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Martin Slama and Bart Barendregt

technologies, the affordances they provide nowadays, and especially the way in which internet(-related) technologies have boosted the many new (inter)faces of public religion (De Vries 2001; Meyer & Moors 2006). Southeast Asia, a region in which all so-called world religions have been present for many

Eva F. Nisa

. Throughout its development, young Muslim activists, who are digital natives, were among the first parties that used diverse social media platforms to conduct daʿwa . Through the use of Instagram, the activists believe they can conduct daʿwa by creatively employing social media to present their religious

Jin Xuelian and Yang Deshan

question to write down their answers and then presented their answers one by one. After the presentation, they were asked to discuss the questions further. The group discussion lasted 101 minutes. The data from the focus group went through the same analysis process as the interviews. In short: six in