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Qty :. Over the past ten years there has been an explosion of interest in how religion and the sacred connect with the media and cultures of everyday life. How are religious communities, identities and rituals being transformed by new media such as the internet? What is the significance of the media when for many people it becomes the primary source of images and of an encounter with religious traditions? Do the media and popular culture themselves take on religious significance, and how do people make use of these popular resources to 'do' religion in the contemporary world? As researchers have tried to answer these and other questions, a growing body of literature has begun to develop.
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Russell W. Belk, Melanie Wallendorf, John F. Sherry, Jr. Two processes at work in contemporary society are the secularization of religion and the sacralization of the secular. Consumer behavior shapes and reflects these processes.
The profane , however, involves mundane individual concerns. Durkheim explicitly stated that the sacred—profane dichotomy is not equivalent to good-evil , as the sacred could be either good or evil, and the profane could be either as well. Durkheim's claim of the universality of this dichotomy for all religions and cults has been criticized by scholars such as the British anthropologist Jack Goody. Any cosmology without a sacred—profane binary was rendered invisible by the field of religious studies , because the binary was supposed to be "universal". From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Sociological concept.