[Air-l] subcultures and the internet

Miguel Afonso Caetano miguel.a.caetano at gmail.com
Thu Jun 8 04:50:52 PDT 2006


You might be interested in Albert Benschop's essay about the
cyberjihad in the Netherlands:
"Chronicle of a Political Murder Foretold   — Jihad in the Netherlands
—", which analyses the cultural and religious context behind the
murder of Theo Van Gogh: http://www.sociosite.org/jihad_nl_en.php

Best Regards,

Miguel Caetano

2006/6/8, jespert <jespert at itu.dk>:
> 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
> grateful
> Best Regards
> Jesper
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