the promises and contradictions of new media in catholic religious education
Catholic Religious Educators the world over—from so-called advanced democracies to newly emerging countries—find ourselves steeped in digital media (Zuckerman in Rewire: Digital cosmopolitans in an age of connection. W. W. Norton and Co., New York, 2013). Increasingly, these media come to us via mobile devices, and range from highly produced commercial pieces to photos and stories shared amongst friends (Rheingold Netsmart: How to thrive online. MIT Press, Cambridge, MA, 2012).
Hess, M. E. (2019)., Storying faith: the promises and contradictions of new media in catholic religious education, in A. M. Gellel (ed.), Global perspectives on catholic religious education in schools II, Dordrecht, Springer, pp. 357-368.
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