Information sharing as embodied practice

Elysia Guzik

Abstract


This paper works toward extending two areas in information scholarship: religious practice and
embodiment. Reporting on completed ethnographic research about information practices among
Muslim converts in the Greater Toronto Area, this paper reveals how information is shared
through non-written sources in the context of religious transitions that take place within a
contentious political landscape.

 

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