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Antonio Spadaro, Web 2.0. Reti di relazione, Milano, Paoline, 2010, pp. 168. Le comunicazioni si fanno rapide e semplici e le possibilità di essere informati e di relazionarsi si moltiplicano. Come orientarsi in questo universo sempre più complesso? Nel libro l’autore offre una analisi dei singoli fenomeni comunicativi, definendone la tipologia, descrivendone la storia e […]
The Journal of Religion and Popular Culture is a web-based, peer-reviewed journal committed to the academic exploration, analysis and interpretation, from a range of disciplinary perspectives, of the interrelations and interactions between religion and religious expression and popular culture, broadly defined as the products of contemporary mass culture. The journal is based in Canada, but […]
Ciberteologia is a theology and culture electronic journal. It means a resolute option to intensify a process always present in this Publishing House: improving more and more the dialogue with the new media in the complex mission of communication in the globalized world. In order to accomplish that, adding to the efforts of other sector […]
Theologians and theorists interested in religion are beginning to address technology on their own terms as a community-enabling tool. Community has surfaced through a variety of different dimensions, including online church opportunities, digitized diaspora, and the application of diverse modes of theological criticism to new technologies. JTTR‘s articles in the first six months will reflect popular […]
ENCOUNTER 22nd August, 2010 Kerry Stewart: Welcome to Encounter. I’m Kerry Stewart, and this week we’re starting up the computer and going online to find out what religions are represented there, and how their traditions are being changed by the experience.
DIGITALETHICS – The Center for Digital Ethics and Policywas founded through the School of Communication at Loyola University Chicago in an effort to foster more dialogue, research, and guidelines regarding ethical behavior in online and digital environments.
Cybertheology.net has been created by my friend Debbie Herring. It’s intended as a resource for those interested in the study of theology in cyberspace, theology of cyberspace and theology for cyberspace. You’ll find collections of links under each of these headings. There’s also a section of links concerned with research method in this environment. There […]