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Articles by Takanori Tamura

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Takanori Tamura is a lecturer at Hōsei University in Tokyo. He studies human interaction in computer mediated communication (CMC). Starting from studies of a pre-internet domestic networking system in Japan, he is interested in the self presentation and interaction of people via CMC based on a narrative approach. He has written on religion, privacy and social movements’ use of CMC. He is the author, along with Tamura Daiyu, of “Reflexive Self Identification of Internet Users and the Authority of Soka Gakkai: Analysis of Discourse in Japanese BBS, Ni-Channeru”, pp. 173–195 in Japanese Religions on the Internet: Innovation, Representation, and Authority, New York, Routledge, 2011.