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James Spickard

. Jay Demerath. Thousand Oaks, ca : Sage Publications, 2007; that work focuses on hermeneutic interviewing, phenomenological interviewing, ethnography, and critical discourse analysis. On phenomenology, specifically, see Spickard, James V. “Phenomenology.” pp. 333–45 in Handbook of Research Methods in


Soraya Barreto Januário

). Influenced by the French School of Discourse Analysis, ( Maingueneau 2006 ) defines ethos within the field of Rhetoric studies, but extends it to any oral or written text. According to Maingueneau (1997: 46), “the ancient Rhetoric was centered around the living word and consequently integrated, on its


Michael Wilkinson and Peter Althouse

products and services linked to the prosperity gospel and the Universal Church. The author’s purpose is to describe and explain the ethos of the “intellimen” using discourse analysis and theoretical developments in gender studies to explain how Pentecostalism and masculinity/femininity is embodied. Chapter

J. Aaron Simmons

politics should even be framed and, in so doing, the dialogue that emerges in the book is productive for helping this important issue figure as central, not only to contemporary political philosophy, but also to philosophy of religion, social theory, global ethics and discourse analysis. The book is

Selina Palm

range of interdisciplinary lenses, from religious studies, anthropology, cultural studies to media ethics, law and discourse analysis, each held alongside public theological reflection. The three pillars of the book are laid out well in the helpful introduction, but would have benefited from a brief

Marco Derks

discourse analysis approach. It assumes an understanding of discourse as ‘a way of speaking that does not simply reflect or represent things “out there”, but “constructs” or “constitutes” them.’ 6 My interest is in discursive constructions of religion and homosexuality, not—at least not directly—in the