[Air-l] Barriers to participation?

Mia Lövheim mia.lovheim at comhem.se
Tue Feb 20 08:57:30 PST 2007

Dear Angelina,

I did some work on the difficulties that young people encounter when 
discussing particularly religion online in my dissertation 
"Intersecting Identities: Young People, Religion and Interaction on the 
Internet". I have also written a chapter on this subject in connection 
to identity construction: Lövheim, M. (2004). Young People, Religious 
Identity, and the Internet. In: Dawson, L. L. & Cowan, E. D. (Eds.) 
Religion Online. Finding Faith on the Internet. New York: Routledge.

Please write to me again at the following address if you would like 
some more information!


Mia Lövheim, TD, researcher sociology of religion
Sigtunastiftelsen/Church of Sweden

mia.lovheim at comhem.se

2007-02-20 kl. 13.02 skrev Angelina Karpovich:

> Could anyone recommend any sources (particularly qualitative) 
> exploring individual barriers to online participation?  I'm aware of 
> Honnecke and Preece's work on lurkers, but I wonder if other kinds of 
> barriers to participation have also been identified.
> Thanks,
> Angelina.
> Angelina Karpovich
> Lecturer in Multimedia
> School of Engineering & Design
> Brunel University
> Uxbridge
> Middlesex
> UB8 3PH
> UK
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