[Air-l] subcultures and the internet

paul teusner paul.teusner at rmit.edu.au
Thu Jun 8 02:21:25 PDT 2006

Hi Jesper,

Heidelberg Online is an electronic journal which looks at online religion
and the formation of online religious communities. There is one article
there by Göran Larsson focussing on a Muslim email group in Sweden which is
very interesting.


paul teusner

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Dear list members,

I am looking for references related to the question of how internet 
influences on the formation of subcultures in western societies, or how 
internet is the medium for such formations. I am interested in parallel 
cultures, especially in Muslim parallel cultures in Denmark or in other 
western countries growing via the internet, but other examples on how 
subcultures develops and maintain them selves on the internet also have 
my strong interest.

If you have references for me or other input, on or off list I'll be 

Best Regards

Jesper Tække: http://home16.inet.tele.dk/jesper_t/
Dansk Luhmann Forum: http://home16.inet.tele.dk/jesper_t/luhmann.htm
Forum for Internetforskning: http://home16.inet.tele.dk/jesper_t/cfi.htm
Sociocybernetics: http://groups.yahoo.com/group/sociocybernetics/

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