Heidi Campbell Associate Professor, Texas A&M University-USA. Religious Digital Creatives as New Cultural Authorities. Studying Networked Religion.
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Associate Professor, Texas A&M University-USA
Religious Digital Creatives as New Cultural Authorities
Campbell, H. (2012). Understanding the relationship between religious practice online and offline in a networked society. Journal of the American Academy of Religion.
Common trends within the practice of religion on the internet highlight characteristics of how religions is lived both online and offline.
Internet contributing to shifting conceptions & practices of religious authority having offline impact
Traditional Authority based on:
New Media Authority based on:
Dawson 2004, Barker 2005, Campbell 2007 & 2010, Lovheim 2008,Cheong & Poon 2009, Cheong 2012
Anderson -The Internet and Islam’s New Interpreter’s (1999)
Web: Network for New Media, Religion and Digital Culture Studies
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