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Spiritual religiosity in the Workplace between Media and Organizational Logics: A French Perspective

Abstract : This exploratory research focuses on how mainstream media apprehends religion in the workplace in the specific French socio-cultural and ideological framing through the media coverage analysis of the French Observatory of Religious Phenomenon in Organization's annual survey, published in September 2018. Findings reveal that media operates with a meaning of religion still subject to a conception of laicity that corroborate antagonism between science and religion on the one hand, and, secularization as an indicator of transition from traditional society to modern society on the other hand. Managers and companies implicitly use a more elastic meaning, in accordance with the specificities of the workplace and labor market that has integrated a more deinstitutionalizing vision of religion, in the context of the emergence of new religious representations in touch with alternative spiritualities.
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Mihaela Alexandra Tudor. Spiritual religiosity in the Workplace between Media and Organizational Logics: A French Perspective. KOME − An International Journal of Pure Communication Inquiry, Hungarian Communication Studies Association, inPress, ⟨10.17646/KOME.75672.58⟩. ⟨hal-03149393⟩

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