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Online Islamic identity and community in Australia and three neighbouring countries

  title={Online Islamic identity and community in Australia and three neighbouring countries},
  author={Ny Bahfen},
VII SECTION ONE: INTRODUCTION 8 Muslim Populations and Media Environments 9 Australia 9 Indonesia 16 Malaysia 21 Singapore 31 Rationale for Research Topic 39 Curiosity about Islam 40 Changing global politics 41 Research Objectives 42 Conclusion 43 SECTION TWO: LITERATURE REVIEW 45 The Internet, Communication Technologies and Society 46 The Clash of Civilisations 52 Muslim Communities’ Adaptation of the Internet 57 E-Revolution in the Ummah 57 Challenging misconceptions about Islam online 61… 
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