Documentary Film as Interreligious Dialogue
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  • Release Date: 2023-03-30
  • interreligious dialogue
  • documentary film
  • parasocial contact hypothesis
  • stereotypes
  • cognitive bias
  • cognitive theory of film
  • intercultural competence
  • interreligious competence
  • audiovisual information
  • interfaith dialogue
  • religious diversity
Video Introduction

This video is adapted from 10.3390/rel14030293

Research and personal experience affirm that watching a movie can change the way someone lives their life. Documentary storytelling is a multidimensional change agent, a digital media artifact that is rooted in real communities, real lives, and real stories. Because documentary is rooted in the human social world, watching it is a cognitively, psychologically, emotionally, socially, and politically complicated act.

This video is a visual abstract for the article "Documentary Film as Interreligious Dialogue: A Cognitive Perspective" by Jenn Lindsay, published February 2023 in Religions journal.

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Lindsay, J.; Lindsay, J. Documentary Film as Interreligious Dialogue. Encyclopedia. Available online: https://encyclopedia.pub/video/video_detail/675 (accessed on 22 April 2024).
Lindsay J, Lindsay J. Documentary Film as Interreligious Dialogue. Encyclopedia. Available at: https://encyclopedia.pub/video/video_detail/675. Accessed April 22, 2024.
Lindsay, Jenn, Jenn Lindsay. "Documentary Film as Interreligious Dialogue" Encyclopedia, https://encyclopedia.pub/video/video_detail/675 (accessed April 22, 2024).
Lindsay, J., & Lindsay, J. (2023, March 30). Documentary Film as Interreligious Dialogue. In Encyclopedia. https://encyclopedia.pub/video/video_detail/675
Lindsay, Jenn and Jenn Lindsay. "Documentary Film as Interreligious Dialogue." Encyclopedia. Web. 30 March, 2023.