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Introduction: Mediatization in Post-Secular Society—New Perspectives in the Study of Media, Religion and Politics

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Affiliations: 1: Faculty of Social Sciences, Media and Communication Studies, University of Helsinki,


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2. Habermas Jürgen, “"Notes on Post-Secular Society",” New Perspectives Quarterly Vol 25/4 (2008), 1729.
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7. Sumiala Johanna, & Valaskivi Katja, “"Introduction Towards Hybrid Media Events of Terrorist Violence?"” Television and New Media (in press, 2018).
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