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|This book discusses how religion is being presented, represented and discussed on the Japanese Internet.|
Douglas E. Cowan, Jeffrey K. Hadden - 2000 - No preview
|Contributors to this volume include leading social scientists engaged in systematic studies of how organizations and individuals are presenting religion on the Internet.|
|Religion Online provides an accessible and comprehensive introduction to this burgeoning new religious reality, from cyberpilgrimages to neo-pagan chatroom communities.|
|A new dimension of unknown significance has been added to the study of |
religion: cyberspace. The Internet offers startling new opportunities to scholars of
religion for research, the dissemination of information, collaboration with
|Virtual Faith: The Irreverent Spiritual Quest of Generation X. San Francisco: |
Jossey-Bass. Beckerlegge, G., (2001). “Computer-Mediated Religion: Religion
on the Internet at the Turn of the Twenty-First Century.” In From Sacred Text to
|11. Internet. and. Religion. Heidi. Campbell. Since the 1980s, there has been a |
steady rise in the performance and practice of religion within online environments
. Starting with the formation of religious sub-groups on Usenet and email-based ...
|Barzilai-Nahon, K. and Barzilai, G. (2005) “Cultured Technology: Internet and |
Religious Fundamentalism,” The Information Society, 21(1). Online. Available:
www.indiana.edu/~tisj/ 21/1/ab-barzilai.html (accesssed May 18, 2012). Bauwens
|2nd European Christian Internet Conference (ECIC 2), Lancaster. Retrieved |
October 20, 2002, from http:// www.lutheran.hu/infochurch/ecic2pap.htm Brasher,
B. E. (2001). Give me that online religion. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass. Bunt, G.
|In Digital Religion: Understanding Religious Practice in New Media Worlds, |
edited by H. Campbell, 128–135. London: Routledge. Dawson, L.L., and D.
Cowan, eds. 2004. Religion Online: Finding Faith on the Internet. London:
|In D. Porter (ed.), Internet culture (pp. 219–32). New York: Routledge. Lövheim, M|
. and Linderman, A. 2005. 'Constructing religious identity on the internet'. In M. T.
Højsgaard and M. Warburg (eds), Religion and cyberspace (pp. 121–37).