Citations in Religion and Information

Citations in Religion and Information



Agada, John (1999). Inner-city gatekeepers: An exploratory survey of their
Information use environment. Journal of the American Society for
Information Science, 50(1), 74-85.

Alvstad, Erik. (2010). Encounters between believers and non-believers in a symbolic universe: Religious Dialogue and controversy on the Internet. Nordic Journal of Religion and Society, 23(1), 71-86.

Bräuchler, B. (2007). Religious conflicts in cyberage. Citizenship Studies, 11(4), 329-347.

Carr, M. (2004). The use of online information sources as a tool for mission by parish churches.
Journal of Religious & Theological Information, 6(2), 51-85. doi:10.1300/J112v06n02_06

Carrigan, H. L. (2001). Seeking God in cyberspace: Religion and the Internet. Journal of Religious and Theological Information, 4(4), 55-82.

Clements, Ruth. (2005). On the fringe at the center: Close encounters between "popular culture" and the orion center for the study of the Dead Sea Scrolls. Dead Sea Discoveries, 12(1), 52-67.

Coco, Angela (1999). I can’t hear you: Barriers to communication in the Roman
Catholic culture. The electronic journal of communication, 9(2,3,4).

Creider, L. S. (2000). Accessing medieval religious manuscripts on OCLC. Journal of Religious & Theological Information, 3(2), 49–63.

Dubis, M. (2002b). Sermon preparation and the Internet. Journal of Religious & Theological Information, 4(2), 3–10.

Ecklund, Elaine Howard and Scheitle, Christopher P. (2007) Religion among academic scientists: Distinctions, disciplines, and demographics. Social Problems, 54(2), 289-307.

Erdel, Timothy. (1982). Bring also the books: Studies of ministers as readers. Reformed
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Garrett, L. (1996). Religion publishers going digital. Publishers Weekly, 243, 25-8.

Garrett, L. (2009). What's Behind Religion's Fall From (Sales) Grace?. Publishers Weekly, 256(30), 18-19.

Hadaway, C.K. and Marler, P.L. (1998). Did you really go to church this week? Behind the Poll Data. The Christian Century, May 6, 1998, pp. 472-475.

Hahn, T., & Jackson, H. (2008). Library as Sacred Place: Applying the Psychology of Religion to the Academic Library as Sanctified Space and Implications for Measurement and Evaluation. IFLA Conference Proceedings, 1-11.

Huseman, Dwight. (1970). Books, periodicals, and the pastor. Drexel Library Quarterly,
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Kapitzke, C. (2001). Ceremony and cybrary: Digital libraries and the dialectic of place and space. Social Alternatives, 20(1), 33-40.

Kong, Lily. (2001) Religion and technology: reconfiguring place, space, identity, and community. Area, 33(4), 404-413.

Lancour, Harold. (1944). The reading interests and habits of the graduates of the Union
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Linfield, Alan M. (2002).
HUMBUL and PRS-LTSN: Two UK net-based resources for theology and religious studies. Journal of Religious and Theological Information, 5(2), 43.

Mellor, Philip A. (2004) Religion, culture, and society in the “information age”. Sociology of Religion, 65(4), 357-371.

Michels, D. (2009). Dipping into a shallow pool or beginning a deeper conversation: A case study of a minister's engagement with the Internet for preaching. Journal of Religious & Theological Information, 8(3), 164-178. doi:10.1080/10477845.2009.489814

Michels, DH. (2005) The use of people as information sources in biblical studies research. Canadian Journal of Information and Library Science, 29(1) 91-109.

Paris, L. (2009). Faith and Learning in the Reference Interview. Christian Librarian, 52(1/2), 28-45.

Porcella, Brewster. (1973). The information gathering habits of the Protestant ministers of Cedar Rapids, Iowa. Unpublished doctoral thesis, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Urbana, IL.

Sarot, Marcel and Scott, Michael and Wisse, Maarten. (2000) Philosophy of religion: A critical survey of internet resources. Religious Studies, 36(3), 355-366.

Smith, F. (2006). Spiritual Literacy: a New Concept for a New Reality. Christian Librarian, 49(1), 32-3.

Stover, M. (1992). Religious studies and electronic information: a librarian's perspective. Library Trends, 40, 687-703.

Tanner, Thomas M. (1992). The pastor as information professional: An exploratory study of how the ministers of one Midwestern community gather and disseminate information. Unpublished doctoral thesis, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Urbana, IL.

(1993). Bring the books: Results of a national survey on ministerial reading habits. Journal of Religious & Theological Information, Volume 1, number 2, pp. 53-76.

(1994). What ministers know: A qualitative study of pastors as information professionals. American Theological Library Association Monograph Series, Number 34. Metuchen, New Jersey: Scarecrow Press.

Wicks, Donald A. (1999). The information-seeking behavior of pastoral clergy: a study of the interaction of their work worlds and work roles. Library & Information Science Research, 21(2), 205-226.

Wicks, Don A. (1996). A minister's information handling: protections and constraints on a pastor's caregiving. Journal of Religious & Theological Information, 2(2), 29-48.

Young, Glenn. (2004) Reading and praying online: The continuity of religion online and online religion in internet christianity. In Dawson, Lorne L. and Cowan, Douglas E. (Ed.), Religion online: finding faith on the internet, (pp. 93-106). New York: Routledge.