© 2014

Feminist Cyberethics in Asia

Religious Discourses on Human Connectivity

  • Editors
  • Agnes M. Brazal
  • Kochurani Abraham

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xv
  2. Introduction

    1. Agnes M. Brazal, Kochurani Abraham
      Pages 1-12
  3. Exclusion, Inclusion, and Collusion

  4. Women, Work, and Family

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 75-75
    2. Jennifer Villagonzalo
      Pages 77-94
  5. Religion and Cyberspace

  6. Spirituality in the Digital Age

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 159-159
    2. Judette Gallares
      Pages 161-180
    3. Yap Fu Lan
      Pages 181-198
  7. Back Matter
    Pages 221-227

About this book


This anthology hopes to contribute, in particular, to the analysis of the mutually constitutive interaction of the use of cyberspace and Asian cultures, with particular attention to ethical, feminist, and religious perspectives especially within Catholic Christianity.


Christianity ethics feminism gender Internet Praxis religion technology time women

About the authors

Jean Peracullo Shirley Soh Virginia Saldanha Kochurani Abraham Jennifer Villagonzalo Gemma T. Cruz Sharon A. Bong Pauline Hope Cheong Judette Gallares, RC Yap Fu Lan Agnes Brazal

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“This is a cutting-edge collection of essays that brings ethics to the heart of today’s Areopagus. … The book as a whole brings its readers to a whole new realm of discourse, beyond that of traditional theological ethics. Both creative and critical, the articles provoke and evoke fresh insights about the variety of ways of being human in the cyberworld. … this book is groundbreaking, as it will force a reimagination of our previous concepts and images.” (Christina A. Astorga, Horizons - The Journal of the College Theology Society, Issue 1, June, 2016)