Young People, Religions and Technology in Catalonia

Editors: Míriam Díez Bosch and Josep-Lluís Micó.

Plot: Two-thirds of young Catalans assert that they subscribe to one of the 13 religions present in the territory. 93% of these young people have mobile phones; 8 out of 10 own a computer and half of them own a tablet. And yet, digital interreligious dialogue is practically non-existent among them. The work, based on nearly 2,000 surveys filled out by adolescents, plus complementary interviews, confirms that virtual communities of a religious nature are closely linked to the tangible physical activities carried out by the organizations to which the young people belong.

Authors: Míriam Díez Bosch and Josep-Lluís Micó.

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