By Michel S. Laguerre
This research seeks to provide an explanation for 3 versions of community governance embedded in electronic practices that the mainstream monotheistic religions―Judaism, Catholic Christianity, and Islam―have used to steer and deal with the global distribution in their neighborhood nodes, exploring the relationship among community governance and its electronic embeddedness and displaying how the latter complements the functionality of the previous.
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