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David Eric John Herbert

Professor

E-post:
david.herbert@uia.no
Telefon:
38 14 18 06
Kontor:
E2031B ( Gimlemoen 25, Kristiansand )
Avdeling:
Institutt for religion, filosofi og historie

Publikasjoner

  • Herbert David Eric John Causes of the Dutch multicultural reversal: A cautionary tale about being too democratic in the media age (2016).
  • Herbert David Eric John Theorising Religious Republicisation in Europe: Religion, Media and Public Controversy in the Netherlands and Poland (2015).
  • Herbert David Eric John Racism in the Netherlands: a social scientific analysis of the dynamics of the Dutch Multicultural Backlash (2014). Frame Journal of Literary Studies . ISSN 0924-7750.
  • Herbert David Eric John Religion, Detraditionalization and Backlashes Against Multiculturalism in Northern Europe: a Comparison of Dutch, Northern Irish and English Cases (2014).
  • Herbert David Eric John, Black Tracey, Aly Ramy, Arguing about religion: BBC World Service Internet forums as sites of postcolonial encounter (2013). Journal of Postcolonial Writing . ISSN 1744-9855. 49 (5), s 519 - 538 doi: 10.1080/17449855.2013.844310
  • Herbert David Eric John, Gillespie Marie, Introduction: Social Media and Religious Change (2013).
  • Herbert David Eric John Paradise Lost? Islamophobia, Post-liberalism and the Dismantling of State Multiculturalism in the Netherlands: the role of mass and socal media (2013).
  • Herbert David Eric John Religion and Civil Society: theoretical reflections (2013).
  • Herbert David Eric John Civil Society (2012).
  • Herbert David Eric John, Black Tracey, What Kind of Global Conversation? Participation, democratic deepening a nd public diplomacy through BBC World Service online forums: an examina tion of mediated global talk about religion and politics (2012).
  • Herbert David Eric John A Sociological Perspective on the Public Signficance of Religion: from Secularization to 'Publicization' (2011).
  • Herbert David Eric John Theorising Religion and Media in Contemporary Societies: an Account of Religious "Publicisation" (2011). European Journal of Cultural Studies . ISSN 1367-5494. 14 (6), s 626 - 648 doi: 10.1177/1367549411419981
  • Herbert David Eric John Why has religion gone public again? Towards a theory of media and religious re-publicization (2011).
  • Herbert David Eric John 'European Enlargement, Secularisation and Religious Republication in Central and Eastern Europe' (2010).
  • Herbert David, Gillespie Marie, Anderson Matilda, The Mumbai attacs and diasporic nationalism: BBC World Service online forums as conflict, contact and comfort zones (2010). South Asian Diaspora . ISSN 1943-8192. 2 (1), s 109 - 129
  • Herbert, David Eric John Gillespie, Marie Webb, Alban (2012). Diasporas and diplomacy: cosmopolitan contact zones at the BBC World Service, 1932-2012. Routledge. ISBN 978-0-415-50880-3. 253 s.
  • Herbert, David Eric John (2013). Creating Community Cohesion: religion, media and multiculturalism. Palgrave Macmillan. ISBN 9780230236455. 278 s.
  • Herbert, David Eric John Gillespie, Marie Greenhill, Anita (2013). Social media and religious change. Walter de Gruyter. ISBN 978-3-11-027045-7. 232 s.
  • Herbert David Eric John Causes of the Dutch multicultural reversal: A cautionary tale about being too democratic in the media age (2016).
  • Herbert David Eric John Political Culture 2.0? Religion, Migration, Social Media and the Public Sphere in Denmark and Norway 2006-16 (2016).
  • Herbert David Eric John Social Media and Multicultural City: A North European Comparison (2016).
  • Herbert David Eric John On Lefebvre and Instagram: Spatial Justice in the Network Society (2016).
  • Herbert David Eric John Theorising Religious Republicisation in Europe: Religion, Media and Public Controversy in the Netherlands and Poland (2015).
  • Herbert David Eric John, Hansen Janna, The Mediatisation of Cultural Conflict in N European Multicultural Cities (2015).
  • Herbert David Eric John Theorising Cultural Conflict 2.0: a Lefebvrian approach to the dynamics of religio-cultural conflict (2015).
  • Herbert David Eric John Racism in the Netherlands: a social scientific analysis of the dynamics of the Dutch Multicultural Backlash (2014). Frame Journal of Literary Studies . ISSN 0924-7750.
  • Herbert David Eric John, Eidhamar Levi Geir, Gay Men’s Interpretation of the Bible. III: Islam (2014).
  • Herbert David Eric John Religion, Detraditionalization and Backlashes Against Multiculturalism in Northern Europe: a Comparison of Dutch, Northern Irish and English Cases (2014).

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