New Virtual Frontiers

Religion and Spirituality in Cyberspace


  • Roxanne D. Marcotte University of Queensland






Author Biography

Roxanne D. Marcotte, University of Queensland

Lecturer, School of History, Philosophy, Religion and Classics


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How to Cite

Marcotte, R. D. (2011). New Virtual Frontiers: Religion and Spirituality in Cyberspace. Journal for the Academic Study of Religion, 23(3).

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