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by Gary Bunt

Author: Gary Bunt
Subcategory: Islam
Language: English
Publisher: University of Wales Press (November 29, 2002)
Pages: 189 pages
Category: Spirituality
Rating: 4.5
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Virtually Islamic is a tiny book packed with more information and insight per page than anything that I have encountered on the subject of religion and the Internet.

Virtually Islamic is a tiny book packed with more information and insight per page than anything that I have encountered on the subject of religion and the Internet. There are many audiences who can benefit from reading this volume, but it is absolutely essential reading for students of religious movements. Undergirded by an enormous amount of information about Islam on the Internet, Bunt’s book is ever probing without sensationalising the subject, cautious without eschewing a personal reflection from time to time.

University of Wales Press-Religion, Culture, and Society. extensive survey of the way Muslims aroundthe world are using the Internet and the effect this may have on the future of Islam. LPSWeekly Newsletter). This is the first broad-ranging academic survey to explore how Islam and the internetcombine and interact.

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Virtually Islamic : Computer-Mediated Communication and Cyber Islamic Environments.

Bunt, a lecturer in Islamic studies at University of Wales, has spent long hours in front of the computer screen (not much leg-work needed here!) and creatively analyzed the phenomenon of Islam online. This helps explain why the Belfast Islamic Center1 has such a major presence online and the Muslim World League2 does not.

Gary Bunt, in his second book-length foray into understanding Islam on. the Web (the first was his Virtually Islamic: Computer-Mediated Communication.

History of Religions, Vol. 46, No. 3 (February 2007), pp. 268-271. Published by: The University of Chicago Press. Gary Bunt, in his second book-length foray into understanding Islam on. and Cyber Islamic Environments ), writes. that if a holistic contemporary understanding of Islam is sought, then part of that. interpretive process has to include. a discussion about the internet (4). The two.

Gary R. Bunt, Virtually Islamic: Computer-Mediated Communication and Cyber Islamic Environments (Cardiff . Peter Mandaville, Communication and Diasporic Islam: A Virtual Ummah? in The Media of Diaspora, ed. Karim H. Karim (London: Routledge, 2003), 135–47. Bunt, Virtually Islamic: Computer-Mediated Communication and Cyber Islamic Environments (Cardiff: University of Wales Press, 2000), 1. oogle Scholar. 16. Peter Mandaville, Global Political Islam (London: Routledge, 2007), 32. 54. Stuart Hall, Cultural Identity and Diaspora, in Identity: Community, Culture, Difference, ed. J. Rutherford (London: Lawrence and Wishart, 1990), 222–37.

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This is the first broad-ranging academic survey to explore how Islam and the internet combine and interact.Information technology is now making a global impact on how Muslims approach and interpret Islam. Given its utilization as a primary source of information, the internet also influences how non-Muslims perceive Islam and matters relating to Muslims. Among the issues addressed are: how multimedia applications are being integrated into websites, enabling surfers to listen to and see ‘sermons’ delivered thousands of miles away and to partake of new opportunities for religious experience; how Muslim organizations are networking globally through the electronic medium, and how that impacts upon understanding of Islam and Muslim identities; how can Muslims and non-Muslims approach the Qur’an in its digital form; how the internet is used to present diverse dialogues relating to Islam, often reaching wide audiences where other forms of communication are heavily censored.