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Wundermanagement – Gesetz, Autorität und Regulierung religiösen Rundfunks in Nigeria

  • Asonzeh UkahEmail author
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Zusammenfassung

In seinem aus dem Englischen übersetzten und erstmals 2015 erschienenen Beitrag betrachtet Asonzeh Ukah hinsichtlich der autoritativen Regulierung spezifischer Wissenssysteme die aktuelle Situation religiöser Kommunikation in Nigeria anhand des Rundfunks. Als Fallbeispiel dient dafür das Ausstrahlungsverbot von Wundern, welches vor dem Hintergrund der allgemeinen Rundfunkgesetzgebung zu zwischen Liberalisierung und Regulierung diskutiert wird. Im Anschluss daran werden Strategien der Rundfunkübertragung des Senders Nigeria Television Authority (NTA) herangezogen, anhand derer Ukah aufzeigt, welche Problematiken auf dem Rundfunkmarkt bestehen. Diese lägen nicht in der Gesetzgebung begründet, sondern seien Resultate der selektiven und manipulativen Durchsetzung dieser im Sinne ökonomischer und staatlicher Interessen, wodurch religiöse Konflikte verschlimmert würden, statt Gleichberechtigung auf dem Rundfunkmarkt zu schaffen.

Schlüsselwörter

Religiöse Kommunikation Nigeria Medien Pfingstreligionen 

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  1. 1.KapstadtSüdafrika

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