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Cyber sisters: Buddhist women’s online activism and practice

Tomalin, Emma, Starkey, Caroline and Halafoff, Anna 2015, Cyber sisters: Buddhist women’s online activism and practice. In Enstedt, Daniel, Larrson, Goran and Pace, Enzo (ed), Religion and internet, Brill, Leiden, The Netherlands, pp.11-33.

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Title Cyber sisters: Buddhist women’s online activism and practice
Author(s) Tomalin, Emma
Starkey, Caroline
Halafoff, Anna
Title of book Religion and internet
Editor(s) Enstedt, Daniel
Larrson, Goran
Pace, Enzo
Publication date 2015
Series Annual review of the sociology of religion: volume 6
Chapter number 1
Total chapters 12
Start page 11
End page 33
Total pages 23
Publisher Brill
Place of Publication Leiden, The Netherlands
Keyword(s) Religion
Online activism
Buddhist women
Cyber
Summary While the churches are emptying, other virtual religious places as the religious websites seem to be filling up. The researcher focusing on religion and internet or digital religion as an object of study must seek answers to a number of questions. Is computer-mediated religious communication a particular communication process whose object is what we conventionally call religion? Or is it a modern, independent form of religious expressiveness that finds its new-born status in the web and its particular language? To examine the questions above, and others, the book collects more empirical data, claiming that the Internet will have a specific or novel impact on how religious traditions are interpreted. The blurring of previous boundaries (offline/online, virtual/local, illegitimate/legitimate religion) is another theme common to all the contributions in this volume.
ISBN 9789004297951
9004297952
Language eng
Field of Research 220405 Religion and Society
220406 Studies in Eastern Religious Traditions
Socio Economic Objective 950404 Religion and Society
HERDC Research category B1 Book chapter
ERA Research output type B Book chapter
Copyright notice ©2015, Brill
Persistent URL http://hdl.handle.net/10536/DRO/DU:30084514

Document type: Book Chapter
Collection: School of Humanities and Social Sciences
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