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Religion Online: Finding Faith on the Internet

@inproceedings{Dawson2004ReligionOF,
  title={Religion Online: Finding Faith on the Internet},
  author={Lorne L. Dawson and Douglas Edward Cowan},
  year={2004}
}
1. Introduction, Lorne L. Dawson and Douglas E. Cowan 2. Cyberfaith: How Americans Pursue Religion Online, Elena Larsen Part I: Being Religious in Cyberspace 3. Popular Religion and the World Wide Web: A Match Made in (Cyber) Heaven, Christopher Helland 4. Cyberspace as Sacred Space: Communicating Religion on Computer Networks, Stephen D. O'Leary 5. Young People, Religious Identity, and the Internet, Mia Lovheim 6. Religion and the Quest for Virtual Community, Lorne L. Dawson Part II… Expand
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