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.
Table of Contents
1. Introduction 2. Literature Review 3. Web Epistemology 4. Web Theory 5. Web Methodology 6. Conclusions Bibliography
Anastasia Karaflogka, SOAS, London