Marcus Moberg

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Areas of expertise
sociology of religion; marketization of religion, religion and media, discursive study of religion; religion and popular music


I am a sociologist of religion,
and I am specialised in religion and socioeconomic change, the discursive study
of religion, and religion, media and culture. My main recent publications
include Church, Market, and Media: A Discursive Approach to Institutional
Religious Change
(2017), The Bloomsbury Handbook of Religion and Popular
(2017, co-edited with Christopher Partridge), Religion, Media, and
Social Change
(2015, co-edited with Kennet Granholm and Sofia Sjö), and Christian
Metal: History, Ideology, Scene


My research is characterised
by the combination of theoretical and methodological perspectives from
different disciplines in the Humanities and Social Sciences. My current Academy
Research Fellow’s project (2018–2023) explores the spread of discourse related
to market and new public management, as well as terminology used among
contemporary religious communities in Finland. 


Sociology of Religion;
Religion, Media and Culture; Religion and Discourse

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