Tuesday, July 20, 2010

The International Handbook of Internet Research

The International Handbook of Internet Research, 2010, Edited by Jeremy Hunsinger, Lisbeth Klastrup and Matthew Allen

Forward: The New Media, the New Meanwhile and the Same Old Stories

Steve Jones


Chapter 1: Are Instant Messages Speech?, Naomi S. Baron

Chapter 2: From MUDs to MMORPGs: The History of Virtual Worlds, Dr. Richard A. Bartle

Chapter 3: Visual Iconic Patterns of IM, Hillary Bays

Chapter 4: Research in e-Science and Open Access to Data and Information, Matthijs den Besten Paul A. David Ralph Schroeder

Towards Information Infrastructure Studies: Ways of Knowing in a Networked Environment, Geoffrey C. Bowker, Karen Baker, Florence Millerand, David Ribes

Chapter 5: From Reader to Writer: Citizen Journalism as News Produceage, Axel Bruns

Chapter 6: The Mereology of Digital Copyright, Dan L. Burk

Chapter 7: Traversing urban social spaces: How online research helps unveil offline practice, Julie-Anne Carroll, Marcus Foth, Barbara Adkins

Chapter 8: Internet aesthetics, Sean Cubitt

Chapter 9: After Convergence: YouTube and Remix Culture, Anders Fagerjord

Chapter 10: The Internet in Latin America, Suely Fragoso, Alberto Efendy Maldonado

Chapter 11: Web Content Analysis: Expanding the Paradigm, Susan C. Herring

Chapter 12: The Regulatory Framework for Privacy and Security, Janine S. Hiller

Chapter 13: Toward Nomadological Cyberinfrastructures, Jeremy Hunsinger

Chapter 14:Toward a Virtual Town Square in the Era of Web 2.0, Andrea Kavanaugh, Manuel Perez, John Tedesco, William Sanders

Chapter 15: "The Legal Bit’s in Russian": Making Sense of Downloaded Music, Marjorie D. Kibby

Chapter 16:Understanding online (game)worlds, Lisbeth Klastrup

Chapter 17:Strategy and Structure for Online News Production – Case Studies of CNN and NRK, Arne H. Krumsvik

Chapter 18: Political Economy, the Internet and FL/OSS Development, Robin Mansell, Professor Evangelia Berdou

Chapter 19: Intercreativity: Mapping Online Activism, Graham Meikle

Chapter 20: Strangers and Friends: Collaborative Play in World of Warcraft, Bonnie Nardi Justin Harris

Chapter 21: Trouble with the Commercial: Internets Theorized and Used, Susanna Paasonen

Chapter 22: (Dis)Connected: Deleuze’s Superject and the Internet, David Savat

Chapter 23: Internet Reagency: The Implications of a Global Science for Collaboration, Productivity, and Gender Inequity in Less Developed, Areas B. Paige Miller ,Ricardo Duque, Meredith Anderson, Marcus Ynalvez, Antony Palackal, Dan-Bright Dzorgbo, Paul Mbatia, Wesley Shrum

Chapter 24: Language deterioration revisited: The extent and function of English content in a Swedish chat room, Malin Sveningsson Elm

Chapter 25: Visual Communication in Web Design-analysing visual communication in web design, Lisbeth Thorlacius

Chapter 26: Feral Hypertext: When Hypertext Literature Escapes Control, Jill Walker Rettberg

Chapter 27: Campaigning in a Changing Information Environment: the Anti-War and Peace Movement in Britain*, Kevin Gillan, Jenny Pickerill and Frank Webster

Chapter 28: The possibilities of network sociality, Michele Willson

Chapter 29: Web Search Studies: Multidisciplinary Perspectives on Web Search Engines, Michael Zimmer

Appendix A: Degree Programs in Internet Research compiled by Rochelle Mazar

Appendix B: Research Centers relating to Internet Research compiled by Rochelle Mazar

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