Church, Communication and Culture
Published on an open access basis by the Pontifical University of the Holy Cross’ School of Church Communications in partnership with Routledge, Taylor & Francis.
Church, Communication and Culture is dedicated to deepening knowledge and understanding about the dialogue between religion, communication and culture in the public arena. As a fully open access journal, it offers an international forum for researchers to advance quality communication research on the Catholic Church and other religious communities.
We invite articles that apply critical thought to the communicative dimension of the Catholic Church’s efforts to engage society and promote dialogue with cultures, and that are based on on comprehensive data analysis and theoretical inquiry. More information on the aims and scopes of Church, Communication and Culture can be found at the journal homepage.
Tourism, Religious Identity and Cultural Heritage
Special Issue 2019
Our special issue deals with this subject in a double dimension: the first section , has been followed by guest editor Ralf van Bühren and focuses on the promotion and reception of identity of the Christian heritage; the second section has been supervised by Silvia De Ascaniis and Lorenzo Cantoni as guest editors, and is dedicated to the role and use of Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) in the tourism and religious experience at sites of religious heritage.
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“Church, Communication and Culture (CC&C) is dedicated to deepening knowledge and understanding about the dialogue between religion, communication and culture in the public arena.
Communication is an essential dimension of the Church’s mission and reaches all levels of society and culture. And an important dimension of culture is academia, in which we are opening a new forum of discussion and reflection with this journal.”
Daniel Arasa, Editor
Pontificia Università della Santa Croce, Italy