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

In: Journal of Religion in Europe
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The way the media handle religion is deeply embedded in a set of historical, cultural, and political perceptions about religion’s natural, proper, or desirable place in democratic public life.1

At the time of this introduction’s writing, European news media is recurrently producing news about allegedly religiously motivated terror attacks in different European cities. In many of the recent attacks, the news media has brought to the forefront the complex interplay among Islam, terrorism and politics.2 In this special issue, we wish to investigate religion and politics in the European public sphere by extending our scholarly

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