3 edition of Theoretical Explorations and Empirical Investigations of Communication and Prayer (Studies in Religion and Society) found in the catalog.
by Edwin Mellen Press
Written in English
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The idea that prayer can affect living organisms is an ancient belief spanning ideology, religion, culture, and race. As anthropologist Stephan A. Schwartz states, "The shamanic cave art of Altamira, Tres Freres, and Lascaux presents compelling testimony that our genetic forebears had a complex view of spiritual and physical renewal, one that has survived to the present unchanged in at least Cited by: 2. Part 1 provides a theoretical foundation and a conceptual rationale for MBSR as a useful intervention for patients with chronic pain. Part 2 presents a clinically rich case study that illustrates how the core principles and practices of mindfulness are able to target the physical, cognitive, emotional, behavioral, and spiritual elements Cited by: 7.
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Recommended Citation. Baesler, E. James, "Theoretical Explorations and Empirical Investigations of Communication and Prayer" (). Communication & Theatre Arts Faculty by: Nearly every definition of prayer refers to some type of communication phenomenon, yet most scholars, especially those in the field of communication, have not pursued the study of prayer as communication.
This work brings the relational characteristics of communication into contact with the spiritual life of prayer. It employs quantitative and qualitative methodologies to legitimize the study Pages: Theoretical explorations and e Description; Cite this; Text this; Export to EndNote; Save to List; Add to Book Bag Remove from Book Bag.
Saved in: Theoretical explorations and empirical investigations of communication and prayer / Bibliographic Details; Main Author: The encyclopedia of prayer and praise / Published: ( Theoretical Explorations and Empirical Investigations of Communication and Prayer. Lewiston, NY: Edwin Mellen Press.
Book Chapters Baesler, E. J., and Derlega, V. Positive religious/spiritual coping among African-American men with HIV in jails and/or positive side of interpersonal communication (pp. Peter Lang Press. Communication as organizing: empirical and theoretical approaches into the dynamic of text and con versation / edited by François Cooren, James T aylor, Elizabeth J.
V an Ev ery. Communication as Organizing: Empirical and Theoretical Explorations in the Dynamic of Text and Conversation. Edited by François Cooren, James R. Taylor, & Elizabeth J. Van Every. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, pp. ISBN: X. Karl Weick described James R. Taylor and Elizabeth Van Every’s last book, The Emergent.
The journal seeks to provide a regular channel for the exchange of information on methods, findings and uses of religious research. It contains a variety of articles, book reviews and reports on research projects. As detailed in our recent book devoted to the scientific study of prayer (Spilka & Ladd, ) early in the American psychology of religion, prayer was a central topic, emphasizing the ''self.
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The theory of self-determination is an evidence-based theory that has been shifted from a conceptual perspective to practical implementation for the past four decades. The theory is grounded within positive psychology and has the basic assumption that every human being has the motivation and potential to be psychologically sound.
Empirical and Theoretical Explorations in the Dynamic of Text and Conversation Book Description. Communication as Organizing unites multiple reflections on the role of language under a single rubric: the organizing role of communication. Stemming from Jim Taylor's earlier work, The Emergent Organization: Communication as Its Site and.
Prayer is a form of communication between fellow believers as well as between believer and God, which can be appropriated by believers. If the beliefs of worshippers (lex credendi) is the subject, then the act of prayer (lex orandi) will be the object.
By exploring the act of prayer, it should be possible to develop a theory. Communication as Organizing: Empirical and Theoretical Explorations in the Dynamic of Text and Conversation (Lea's Communication (Paperback)) (Paperback) - Common [Edited by James R.
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Provides a synthesis of the various lines of research on Author: Edited by Senem Guney Edited by Francois Cooren, Edited by James R. Taylor, Edited by Elizabeth J. Van Every. The first section of the book explores theoretical issues underpinning the main methods of obtaining empirical data, and the use of these data within theology.
The other two sections display the role both of qualitative studies, and of the analysis of quantitative data, in exploring a range of theological beliefs and religious, social and Author: Michael Wilkinson.
Communication as artful public address. - Plato, Aristotle, Cicero, Quintilian 1. A conviction that speech distinguishes humans from animals. A confidence that public address delivered in a democratic forum is a more effective way to solve political problems than rules by decree or by force.
The structure and variety of prayer — An empirical study of Dutch youth, Journal of Empirical Theology, 13(2), pp. 29– CrossRef Google Scholar Jauréguiberry, F. and Proulx, S., Author: David Myles, Florence Millerand.
Theoretical explorations and empirical investigations of communication and prayer E James Baesler Studies in religion and society (New York, N.Y.), v. NEICE-Related Publications NEICE - Leslie J.
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