Media and religion in Japan / Erica Baffelli, Ian Reader, and Birgit Staemmler -- Internet and religion in Japan : innovation, representation, and authority / Erica Baffelli, Ian Reader, and Birgit Staemmler -- The situation of Japanese traditional Buddhism in the Web2.0 era : who attacks and who guards the religion? / Fukamizu Kenshin -- Preserving the dignity of Shinto shrines in the age of the Internet : a social context analysis / Kurosaki Hiroyuki -- The Shikoku pilgrimage online : official sites, promotion, commerce, and the replication of authority / Ian Reader -- Pilgrim leadership rendered in HTML : bloggers and the Shikoku Henro / John Shultz -- Charismatic blogger? : authority and new religions on the Web 2.0 / Erica Baffelli -- Caught in the net : celebrity representation and Japanese religion from historical and contemporary perspectives / Benjamin Dorman -- Shaping shamanism online : patterns of authority in Wikipedia / Birgit Staemmler -- Reflexive self identification of Internet users and the authority of Ska Gakkai : analysis of discourse in Japanese BBS, Ni-channeru / Tamura Takanori and Tamura Daiyu -- Conclusions and issues for future research / Erica Baffelli, Ian Reader and Birgit Staemmler.
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