Call for Chapters: Digital Methodologies in the Sociology of Religion
We are currently editing a book on Digital Methodologies in the Sociology of Religion or Belief: Theory, Practice and Methods. We envisage this as a paperback publication aimed at students and academics working in the Sociology of Religion.
We are seeking a few more methodology-focussed chapters to complete our anthology, and are particularly encouraging chapters that examine research around online expressions of Hinduism, Buddhism, Paganism and other NRMs, Non-religious movements and / or Judaism. It would be great if you could consider contributing a chapter on your work that reflects on the methodologies that you use.
The book is currently under-review with Bloomsbury / Continuum and the deadline for chapters in 1st October 2013. If you are interested, please write to the editors (Sariya and Suha) at the first instance with a short proposal.
Final chapters will be 5000 words long and must include the following sections:
Research contexts and findings.
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