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2012
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.
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.
Cheong, Pauline Hope, and Charles Ess. 2012. Religion 2.0? Relational And Hybridizing Pathways In Religion, Social Media And Culture. In Digital Religion, Social Media And Culture: Perspectives, Practices, Futures, 1-24. Digital Religion, Social Media And Culture: Perspectives, Practices, Futures. New York: Peter Lang. http://www.paulinehopecheong.com.
Cheong, Pauline Hope. 2012. Twitter Of Faith: Understanding Social Media Networking And Microblogging Rituals As Religious Practices. In Digital Religion, Social Media And Culture: Perspectives, Practices, Futures, 191-206. Digital Religion, Social Media And Culture: Perspectives, Practices, Futures. New York: Peter Lang.
Campbell, Heidi. 2012. Understanding The Relationship Between Religious Practice Online And Offline In A Networked Society. Journal Of The American Academy Of Religion 80 (1). Journal Of The American Academy Of Religion: 64-93. http://jaar.oxfordjournals.org/content/80/1/64.short.
Connelly, L. 2012. Virtual Buddhism: Buddhist Ritual In Second Life. In Digital Religion: Understanding Religious Practice In New Media Worlds. Digital Religion: Understanding Religious Practice In New Media Worlds. 2012: Routledge.
Connelly, L. 2012. Virtual Buddhism: Buddhist Ritual In Second Life. In Digital Religion: Understanding Religious Practice In New Media Worlds. Digital Religion: Understanding Religious Practice In New Media Worlds. 2012: Routledge.
Wagner, R. 2012. You Are What You Install: Religious Authenticity And Identity In Mobile Apps. In Digital Religion: Understanding Religious Practice In New Media Worlds. Digital Religion: Understanding Religious Practice In New Media Worlds. London: Routledge.
2011
Cheong, Pauline Hope, Shirlena Huang, and Jessie Poon. 2011. Cultivating Online And Offline Pathways To Enlightenment: Religious Authority In Wired Buddhist Organizations. Information, Communication & Society 14 (8). Information, Communication & Society: 1160-1180. doi:10.1080/1369118X.2011.579139. http://www.paulinehopecheong.com.
Clark, Lynn Schofield. 2011. Exploring Religion And Mediatization Through A Case Study Of J + K’s Big Day: A Response To Stig Hjarvard. Journal Of Religion And Culture 12 (June 2011). Journal Of Religion And Culture.
Ess, C, and M Consalvo. 2011. Introduction: What Is Internet Studies?. In The Handbook Of Internet Studies. The Handbook Of Internet Studies. Oxford: Blackwell. http://www.wiley.com/WileyCDA/WileyTitle/productCd-1405185880.html.
Kaburuan, Emil R, Chien-Hsu Chen, and Tay-Sheng Jeng. 2011. "Let's Meet In Holy Land": The Pilgrimage In Virtual Worlds. International Conference On Religion And Spirituality In Society. International Conference On Religion And Spirituality In Society. Chicago, USA: CG Publisher . http://2011.religioninsociety.com/sessions/index.html.
Campbell, Heidi, and Paul Teusner. 2011. Religious Authority In The Age Of The Internet. In Virtual Lives: Christian Reflection , 59-68. Virtual Lives: Christian Reflection . Baylor University Press. doi:http://www.baylor.edu/content/services/document.php/130947.pdf. http://www.baylor.edu/content/services/document.php/130950.pdf.

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