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Aupers, Stef, Dick Houtman, Peter Pels, and Hent De Vries. 2008. Cybergnosis: Technology, Religion, And The Secular. In Religion: Beyond A Concept, 687-703. Religion: Beyond A Concept. New York: Fordham University Press.
Aupers, Stef, Stef Aupers, and Dick Houtman. 2010. “Where The Zeroes Meet The Ones”: Exploring The Affinity Between Magic And Computer Technology”. In Religions Of Modernity: Relocating The Sacred To The Self And The Digital, 219-238. Religions Of Modernity: Relocating The Sacred To The Self And The Digital. Leiden: Brill.
Aupers, Stef, and Dick Houtman. 2010. Religions Of Modernity: Relocating The Sacred To The Self And The Digital. International Studies In Religion And Society. Vol. 12. International Studies In Religion And Society. Leiden: Brill.
Andrews, Dale K. 2020. “From Digital To Analog: Kaomoji On The Votive Tablets Of An Anime Pilgrimage”. Emoticons, Kaomoji And Emoji: The Transformation Of Communication In The Digital Age. Emoticons, Kaomoji And Emoji: The Transformation Of Communication In The Digital Age. London/New York: Routledge.
Andrews, Dale K. 2022. To Be Seen, Not Just Read: Script Use On The Votive Prayer Tablets Of Anime, Manga, And Game Fans. Japanese Studies 42 (1). Japanese Studies. doi:https://doi.org/10.1080/10371397.2022.2031138.
Anderson, Jon. 1999. The Internet And Islam’s New Interpreters. In New Media In The Muslim World: The Emerging Public Sphere, 41-55. New Media In The Muslim World: The Emerging Public Sphere. Bloomington: Indiana University Press. http://books.google.com/books?id=Moh2l5d85OYC&printsec=frontcover#v=onepage&q&f=false.
Anas, Omair. 2009. Mediated Islam: Media Religion Interface In The Middle East. In Hamrin International Media Conference. Hamrin International Media Conference. Jönköping, Sweden. http://jnu.academia.edu/documents/0043/7626/Mediated_Islam_Paper.pdf.

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