Mia Lövheim asks what we have learnt about the possibility of Computer Mediated Communication (CMC) providing this space? When, where, how, and for whom can this become a reality? Her article discusses this issue, starting from an area of central importance to these issues: religion and young people in the process of constructing self-identity in the transition from childhood to adulthood. Studies of religion in post-modern society have shown that the function of religious beliefs, practices, and institutions in providing a transitional space for such processes is changing. Lövheim presents her recent study of young men and women using a Swedish Web community for discussing both established and alternative religious discourses, and for forging what Nancy Ammerman terms ”religious autobiographies”.
|Date Deposited:||29. Sep 2005 06:55|
|Faculties / Institutes:||Philosophische Fakultät > Institut für Religionswissenschaft|
|Controlled Keywords:||Religion, Internet|
|Uncontrolled Keywords:||Religion , InternetReligion , Internet|