The Routledge Encyclopedia of Religion, Communication, and Media is a book edited by Daniel A. Stout, a professor of sociology and social theory. The book was published in 2006 by Routledge as part of the Religion and Society series. The book provides a comprehensive introduction to the field of religion, communication, and media, with a special emphasis on comparative and historical approaches. It covers major topics such as theory and concepts in religious communication, forms of verbal and written communication in religion, other forms of communication in religion such as art, film, and music, religious communication in public life, communication processes and their effects on religious communication, and biographies of major religious communicators. The book consists of 39 chapters, each written by an expert in the field. The book is intended for students and scholars of sociology, cultural studies, and religious studies. You can find more information about the book and its editor at the following links: Encyclopedia of Religion, Communication, and Media – Google Books, The Routledge Encyclopedia of Religion, Communication, and Media (Religion and Society) : Stout, Daniel A.: Amazon.in: Books, Routledge Encyclopedia Religion Communication – AbeBooks, Review of: Encyclopedia of Religion, Communication and Media, by Daniel A. Stout (Ed.), Media and Religion: Foundations of an Emerging Field – Google Books.