Virtual religion during a global pandemic

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dc.contributor.advisor Phillips, Robert F. (Professor of Anthropology) Barcus, Brody 2020-12-17T16:48:14Z 2020-12-17T16:48:14Z 2020-05
dc.description.abstract This thesis is about changed plans and how we work to make the most of inconvenient situations. During the COVID-19 pandemic, everyone has been forced to look at their everyday lives and evaluate which activities must be removed, which can be slightly changed, and which can go as planned. In religious communities around the United States, congregations of all faiths have had to trade a portion of piety for the sake of their members’ safety. In this paper, I observe multiple communities who have had services online and I see how this has altered practices. en_US
dc.description.sponsorship Honors College
dc.title Virtual religion during a global pandemic en_US
dc.type Undergraduate senior honors thesis Thesis (B.?) en_US

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