islambritain.net: ‘British Muslim' identities in Cyberspace

The Internet represents a significant communication tool for the expression of Islamic concepts and notions of identity, on web pages ranging from the constructs of organizations through to the pronouncements of individuals. Cyber Islamic Environments provide indicators of what it means to be a ‘Mus...

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Published in:Islam and Christian-Muslim relations
Subtitles:islam at britain.net
Main Author: Bunt, Gary R.
Format: Electronic/Print Article
Language:English
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Published: [1999]
In:Islam and Christian-Muslim relations
Year: 1999, Volume: 10, Issue: 3, Pages: 353-362
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Summary:The Internet represents a significant communication tool for the expression of Islamic concepts and notions of identity, on web pages ranging from the constructs of organizations through to the pronouncements of individuals. Cyber Islamic Environments provide indicators of what it means to be a ‘Muslim' in Britain that augment other sources of knowledge. This paper presents an overview of prominent sites, and introduces issues connected with studying Islam and Muslims through this electronic medium.
ISSN:0959-6410
Contains:Enthalten in: Islam and Christian-Muslim relations
Persistent identifiers:DOI: 10.1080/09596419908721192