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Religion and Social Communication, Vol. 22, No. 2 (2024)

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Vol. 22 No. 2, 2024

EDITOR’S COLUMN                                                                    

An Eclectic Research Agenda for Asia (Anthony Le Duc SVD) 249-253


Spirituality of Communication as Foundation for a Missional Approach to Digital Culture (Daniella Zsupan-Jerome) 254-277                                                                                                                  

Embracing Peace Education for Interreligious Awareness in Myanmar: A Case Study of the Judson Research Center (Saw Than Htut Lynn) 278-306

Examining the Cases Involving Jehovah’s Witnesses in the Philippines: An Insight for Religious Freedom and Church-State Relations (Kurt Zeus L. Dizon) 307-335

A Case Study of Web-Based Communication for Online Teaching and Learning at a Christian University in Buddhist Thailand (Benya Lertsuwan, Rey Ty, Wutthichula Khunpatwattana, and Benjamaporn Mekara) 336-371

AI in the Academe: Opportunities and Challenges for Religious Education (Leo-Martin Angelo R. Ocampo and Ivan Efreaim A. Gozum) 372-394

Christian Witness and Proclamation through Migration (vănThanh Nguyễn, SVD) 395-415

Sorcery and Witchcraft: A Critical Challenge in Papua New Guinea (Tuan Viet Cao, CM) 416-443

Kasiyana as Religious Communication among the Kankanaeys in the Philippines (Brandon Cadingpal) 444-469


Yoel Cohen. Rabbis, Reporters, and the Public in the Digital Holyland (Carl Jayson D. Hernandez) 470-473

Steven Bouma-Prediger and Nathan P. Carson. Ecoflourishing and Virtue: Christian Perspectives Across the Disciplines (Ivan Efreaim A. Gozum) 474-477

Chad R. Diehl. Shadows of Nagasaki: Trauma, Religion, and Memory after the Atomic Bombing (Niño Randy C. Flores) 478-480

Sara Docan-Morgan. In Reunion: Transnational Korean Adoptees and the Communication of Family (Charles Aldrin A. Delgado) 481-483