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Campbell, Heidi. 2007. Who’s Got The Power? The Question Of Religious Authority And The Internet. Journal Of Computer-Mediated Communication 12 (3). Journal Of Computer-Mediated Communication. http://jcmc.indiana.edu/vol12/issue3/campbell.html.
Campbell, Heidi. 2006. Texting The Faith: Religious Users And Cell Phone Culture. In The Cell Phone Reader. Essays In Social Transformation, 139-154. The Cell Phone Reader. Essays In Social Transformation. New York: Peter Lang. http://books.google.com/books?id=U8uOkAp998IC&printsec=frontcover#v=onepage&q&f=false.
Campbell, H. 2018. Religion And The Internet . Mapping The Rise Of The Study Of Religious Practice Online. Vol. 1. Mapping The Rise Of The Study Of Religious Practice Online. London: Routledge. https://www.crcpress.com/Religion-and-the-Internet/Campbell/p/book/9781138093669.
Campbell, Heidi. 2003. A Review Of Religious Computer-Mediated Communication Research. In Mediating Religion: Conversations In Media, Culture And Religion, 213-228. Mediating Religion: Conversations In Media, Culture And Religion. Edinburgh: T & T Clark/Continuum. http://books.google.com/books/about/Mediating_religion.html?id=X6uEQgAACAAJ.
Cantoni, L, E Rapetti, S Tardini, S Vannini, and D Arasa. 2012. Picture: The Adoption Of Ict By Catholic Priest. In Digital Religion, Social Media And Culture. Perspectives, Practices And Futures, 131–149. Digital Religion, Social Media And Culture. Perspectives, Practices And Futures. New York: Peter Lang. https://books.google.com/books/about/Digital_Religion_Social_Media_and_Cultur.html?id=I7GqtgAACAAJ.
Cantoni, Lorenzo, and Slawomir Zyga. 2007. The Use Of Internet Communication By Catholic Congregations: A Quantitative Study. Journal Of Media And Religion 6 (3). Journal Of Media And Religion: 291-309.
Cantoni, L, M Stefania, and S De Ascanis. 2012. Online Communication Of The Catholic World Youth Days. In Reflecting On Religious Tourism And Pilgrimage, 130–144. Reflecting On Religious Tourism And Pilgrimage. Arnhem: ATLAS. http://www.atlas-webshop.org/Reflecting-on-Religious-Tourism-and-Pilgrimage.
Careaga, Andrew. 1999. E-Vangelism: Sharing The Gospel In Cyberspace. Lafayette, LA: Huntington House Publishers. www.e-vangelsim.com.
Carvajal, Pablo Ignacio Aburto. 2009. The Basilica Of Guadalupe On The Internet: The Diffusion Of Religious Practices In The Era Of Information Technologies. Renglones, Revista Arbitrada En Ciencias Sociales Y Humanidades 61. Renglones, Revista Arbitrada En Ciencias Sociales Y Humanidades: 27-36. http://renglones.iteso.mx/upload/archivos/pablo_aburto.pdf.
Casey, Cheryl Anne. 2006. Virtual Ritual, Real Faith : The Revirtualization Of Religious Ritual In Cyberspace. Online – Heidelberg Journal Of Religions On The Internet 02.1 (Special Issue on Rituals on the Internet). Online – Heidelberg Journal Of Religions On The Internet. http://archiv.ub.uni-heidelberg.de/ojs/index.php/religions/article/view/377/353.
Cejka, M. 2009. Making The Internet Kosher: Orthodox (Haredi) Jews And Their Approach To The World Wide Web. Masaryk University Journal Of Law And Technology 3 (1). Masaryk University Journal Of Law And Technology. https://mujlt.law.muni.cz/storage/1267475339_sb_06-cejka.pdf.
Cesari, Jocelyn. 2009. “Islamophobia” In The West: A Comparison Between Europe And America. Islamophobia And The Challenges Of Pluralism In The 21St Century. Islamophobia And The Challenges Of Pluralism In The 21St Century. Washington, DC: Prince Alwaleed Bin Talal Center for Muslim-Christian Understanding, Georgetown University. http://www12.georgetown.edu/sfs/docs/ACMCU_Islamophobia_txt_99.pdf.

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