Insights into France's Relationship to Religion(s) and Spirituality

Crozet, C 2018, 'Insights into France's Relationship to Religion(s) and Spirituality', The International Journal of Civic, Political, and Community Studies, vol. 16, no. 1, pp. 27-39.


Document type: Journal Article
Collection: Journal Articles

Title Insights into France's Relationship to Religion(s) and Spirituality
Author(s) Crozet, C
Year 2018
Journal name The International Journal of Civic, Political, and Community Studies
Volume number 16
Issue number 1
Start page 27
End page 39
Total pages 13
Publisher Common Ground
Abstract This is the first article of a research project based on the analysis of the French magazine "Le Monde des Religions" (literally "The World of Religions"). Both Critical Discourse Analysis (CDA) and French Discourse Analysis theory are used as theoretical frameworks. "Le Monde des Religions" is approached as one form of public discourse on religion(s) and spirituality in contemporary France. It represents a window into how France, or at least the producers and to an extent the readership of the magazine, currently relate to both. The analysis of the data selected for this article focuses on the names given to the magazine, from 1953 until 2003 when it became "Le Monde des Religions," and the titles of the thematic dossiers as they appear as the main coverlines on the front-covers of the eighty-three issues published between 2003 and May-June 2017.
Subject Philosophy and Religious Studies not elsewhere classified
Discourse and Pragmatics
Cultural Studies not elsewhere classified
Keyword(s) France
Religion(s)
Spirituality
Media
DOI - identifier 10.18848/2327-0047/CGP/v16i01/27-39
Copyright notice © 2018 Common Ground Research Networks, Chantal Crozet, All Rights Reserved.
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