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Hybrid Identity: Youth in Digital Networks

A Model of Contextualisation for Christian Youth Ministry

Tobias Faix

Internet to us is not something external to reality but a part of it: an invisible yet constantly present layer intertwined with the physical environment. We do not use the Internet; we live on the Internet and along it. 10 2 Hybrid Identity: The Youth in Digital Networks The lives of

Eveliina Ojala

sense of community: Voice and power in community contexts .” Journal of Community Psychology 35 ( 2007 ): 693 – 709 . doi:10.1002/jcop.20173. Faix Tobias . “ Hybrid identity: Youth in Digital Networks .” Journal of Youth and Theology 15 ( 2016 ): 65 – 87 . doi: 10

Harmen van Wijnen Regulating the Empirical in Practical Theology: On Critical Realism, Divine Action, and the Place of the Ministerial  44 Andrew Root Hybrid Identity: Youth in Digital Networks: A Model of Contextualisation for Christian Youth Ministry  65 Tobias Faix

Jos de Kock

. In the fourth contribution, ‘Hybrid Identity: The Youth in Digital Networks. A Model of Contectualisation for Christian Youth Ministry’, Tobias Faix argues that global and digital developments have resulted in new opportunities but also often ambivalent forms of identity for adolescents. He asks

Harmen van Wijnen

environment? I believe we can effectively learn from the different traditions in more hybrid and mixed forms of youth ministry. This book touches on the ( philosophical ) debate of exclusivism, inclusivism and pluralism, but there is much more to say and to think about this in relation to the theological