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  • Hoover, Stewart M. (2013). “Evolving Religion in the Digital Media,” in Knut Lundby, ed., Religion Across Media: From Early Antiquity to Late Modernity. London: Peter Lang.
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  • Echchaibi, Nabil (2011). “From Audiotapes to Videoblogs: the Delocalization of Authority in Islam.” Nations and Nationalism,17(1) 1-20.
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  • Echchaibi, Nabil (2010). “Googling Islam and Paranoia,” in The Huffington Post, September 10.

  • Hoover, Stewart M. (2009). “The Media Events Debate: Moving to the Next Stage.” In A. Hepp, N. Couldry, and F. Krotz, eds., Media Events in a Global Age. London: Sage.
  • Hoover, Stewart M. (2009). “Complexities: The Case of Religious Cultures,” in K. Lundby, ed., Mediatization: Theoretical Approaches. New York: Peter Lang.
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  • Hoover, S.M. and L.S. Clark (2008). Children and Media in the Context of the Home and Family, in S. Livingstone and K. Drotner, (Eds.) The International Handbook of Children, Media and Culture, London: Sage.
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  • Clark, L.S. (2007). Introduction: Religion, Media, and Marketplace: Identity, Belonging, and the Emergence of Religious Lifestyle Branding. In L.S. Clark (Ed.), Religion, Media, and the Marketplace. Rutgers University Press.
  • Clark, L.S. (2007). Foreword. In L.S. Clark (Ed.), Religion, Media, and the Marketplace. Rutgers University Press.
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  • Emerich, M. (Forthcoming, 2008). A New American Dream: Taking the Celtic Cure in Mediated Landscapes. In Memory and Place: The Cultural Landscapes of Cornish Identity. G. Tregidga, B. Keys and K. Milden (Eds.). Exeter, UK: University of Exeter Press.
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  • Clark, L.S. (2006). Religion, Twice Removed: Exploring the Role of Media in Religious Understandings among ‘Secular’ Young People. In N. Ammerman (Ed.), Religion and Modern Lives: Ethnographic Interventions. Oxford University Press.
  • Clark, L.S. (Forum Guest Editor) (2006, December). Introduction. Special Issue on Religion, Globalization, and Popular Music. Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion.
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  • Clark, L.S., C. Demont-Heinrich, & S. Webber. (2005, December). Parents, ICTs, and Children’s Prospects for Success: Interviews along the Digital “Access Rainbow.” Critical Studies in Media Communication 22(5): 409-426.
  • Clark, L.S. (2005, September). Globalizing Popular Communication Audience Research: Looking to our Sister Fields for New Directions. Popular Communication3(3). Also served as Special Issue Guest Editor.
  • Clark, L.S. (2005). The Emergence of Religious Lifestyle Branding: Fashion Bibles, Bhangra Parties, and Muslim Pop. In P. Horsfield (Ed.) Papers from the Trans-Tasman Research Symposium, Emerging Research in Media, Religion and Culture. Melbourne: RMIT Publishing, pp. 22-39.
  • Clark, L.S. (2005). The Constant Contact Generation: Exploring Teen Friendship Networks Online. In S. Mazzarella (Ed.), Girl Wide Web. New York: Peter Lang.
  • Hoover, Stewart M. “Islands in the Global Stream: Television, Religion, and Geographic Integration,” Studies in World Christianity (11) no. 1, (2005) pp. 125-143.
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  • Park, J.K. (2005), “‘Are you Christian? I’m the Other: The Demarcation of Christianity and the Other in Popular Korean Television,” Studies in World Christianity 11(1), pp. 106-124.

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  • Alters, D. and L.S. Clark. (2004). Conclusion: The ‘Intentional and Sophisticated’ Relationship. In .S.H. Hoover, L.S. Clark, D. Alters, J. Champ, and L. Hood. Media, Home, and Family (pp. 171-180). New York: Routledge.
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  • Clark, L.S. (2004). Being Distinctive in a Mediated Environment: The Ahmeds and the Paytons. In S.H. Hoover, L.S. Clark, D. Alters, J. Champ, and L. Hood. Media, Home, and Family (pp. 79-102). New York: Routledge.
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  • Clark, L.S. (2004). Religion and Media in a Postnational, Postmodern World. In P. Horsfield, M. Hess, and A. Medrano (Eds.), Belief in Media. London: Ashgate.
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  • Hood, L., L.S. Clark, J. Champ, and D. Alters. (2004). The Case Studies: An Introduction. In .S.H. Hoover, L.S. Clark, D. Alters, J. Champ, and L. Hood. Media, Home, and Family (pp. 69-78). New York: Routledge.
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