Assembling the soul: self and media consumption in alternative spirituality

Hodges, I. 2003. Assembling the soul: self and media consumption in alternative spirituality. in: Blackman, L. (ed.) Spirituality London, UK Lawrence & Wishart.

Chapter titleAssembling the soul: self and media consumption in alternative spirituality
AuthorsHodges, I.
EditorsBlackman, L.
Book titleSpirituality
Year2003
PublisherLawrence & Wishart
Publication dates
Published2003
Place of publicationLondon, UK
SeriesCritical psychology : the international journal of critical psychology
ISBN0853159785
Journal citation(8), pp. 34-54

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