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Religion has flourished in cyberspace, bringing individuals together, helping to consolidate fringe religions, promoting activism and evangelism, and providing sites for the promotion and examination of specific issues. 'E-Religion' is one of the first systematic scholarly studies of religion on the Web. Providing a clear outline of Web epistemology and theory, the book outlines the key methodologies for the study of e-religions. The book will be invaluable to students of religion, sociology and technology.
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Anastasia Karaflogka, SOAS, LondonReview:
"A truly excellent reference work with its extensive review of recent studies related to a number of disciplines, upon which many scholars will undoubtedly build." - Studies in Religion "A welcome update on the different approaches and methodologies for the study of e-religions and other forms of religions on the Internet." - Numen "...Karaflogka's book is a valuable contribution to the field in that it addresses important issues touched upon by previous researchers, but not analysed further, and it presents tools for a more accurate analysis of religious web sites." - Journal of Contemporary Religion
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Book Description Routledge, 2014. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1904768830