Religion and Cyberspace ePub download by Morten Hojsgaard

Religion and Cyberspace

Publication date: September 2005
ISBN: 9781134246991
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"Religion and Cyberspace" explores how religious individuals and groups are responding to the opportunities and challenges that cyberspace brings. It asks how religious experience is generated and enacted online, and how faith is shaped by factors such as limitless choice, lack of religious authority, and the conflict between recognized and non-recognized forms of worship. Combining case studies with the latest theory, its twelve chapters examine topics including the history of online worship, virtuality versus reality in cyberspace, religious conflict in digital contexts, and the construction of religious identity online. Focusing on key themes in this groundbreaking area, it is an ideal introduction to the fascinating questions that online religion presents.
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Religion and Cyberspace ePub download by Morten Hojsgaard
Routledge, September 2005
ISBN: 9781134246991
EAN:  2370005216354
List Price: $45.95 eBook price: $42.99
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Routledge, October 2012
ISBN: 9781134246991
EAN:  9781134246991
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