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2005: Volume 21

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Vol. 21, No. 1


Information and Communication Technology Challenges to Scientific Professional Identity [Abstract]
Roberta Lamb and Elizabeth Davidson

Cultured Technology: Internet and Religious Fundamentalism [Abstract]
Karine Barzilai-Nahon and Gad Barzilai

Is Body-to-body Communication still the Prototype? [Abstract]
Leopoldina Fortunati

Digital Divide and Increasing Returns: Contradictions of Informational Capitalism [Abstract]
Govindan Parayil


Technology and Copyright in 1735: The Engravers’ Act [Abstract]
Mark Rose

Social Engineering in the Information Age [Abstract]
Alistair S. Duff


Critical European Perspectives on the Information Society
Bart Cammaerts

Studying the Information Society
Neil Selwy

Vol. 21, No. 2

Special Issue: IT and the Relational Base of Communities
Guest Editors: Marleen Huysman and Volker Wulf


The Role of Information Technology in Building and Sustaining the Relational Base of Communities
Marleen Huysman and Volker Wulf


Relations in Practice: Sorting through practice theories on knowledge sharing in complex organizations [Abstract]
Carsten Østerlund and Paul Carlile

"The Art of Knowing": Social and Tacit Dimensions of Knowledge and the Limits of the Community of Practice [Abstract]
Paul Duguid

Weak Ties in Networked Communities [Abstract]
Andrea L. Kavanaugh, Debbie Denise Reese, John M. Carroll, and Mary Beth Rosson

Email as Spectroscopy: Automated Discovery of Community Structure within Organizations [Abstract]
Joshua R. Tyler, Dennis M. Wilkinson, and Bernardo A. Huberman

Coping with Illness Online: The Case of Patients’ Online Communities [Abstract]
Ulrika Josefsson

Vol. 21, No. 3


Network Organizations: Symmetric Cooperation or Multivalent Negotiation
Hamid R. Ekbia and Rob Kling

Contested Codes: The Social Construction of Napster [Abstract]
David Spitz and Starling D. Hunter

On Media Concentration and the Diversity Question [Abstract]
Robert B. Horwitz


Embedded Technical Expression: Code and the Leveraging of Functionality [Abstract]
Matt Ratto

Understanding Collaboration using New Technologies: A Structurational Perspective [Abstract]
James Evans and Laurence Brooks


Gender and Computers: Understanding the Digital Divide, by Joel Cooper and Kimberlee D. Weaver. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 2003. xi + 168 pp., $19.95 paper. ISBN 0-8058-4427-9.
Reviewed by Cornelia Brunner

The Digital Sublime: Myth, Power, and Cyberspace, by Vincent Mosco. Cambridge, MA: The MIT Press, 2004. ix + 218 pp., $27.95 cloth. ISBN 0-262-13439-X.
Reviewed by Ronald E. Day

Ruling the Root: Internet Governance and the Taming of Cyberspace, by Milton L. Mueller. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 2002. vii + 317 pp., $35.00 cloth. ISBN 0-262-13412-8.
Reviewed by Hans Klein

Hacking Cyberspace, by David J. Gunkel. Boulder, CO: Westview Press, 2001. 240 pp., $31.00 paper. ISBN 0813336694.
Reviewed by K. Ravi Srinivas

Vol. 21, No. 4

Special Issue: ICT Research and Disciplinary Boundaries: Is "Internet Research" a Virtual Field, a Proto-Discipline, or Something Else?
Guest Editor: Nancy K. Baym


Internet Research as is Isn’t, Is, Could Be, and Should Be
Nancy K. Baym


Fizz in the Field: Toward a Basis for an Emergent Internet Studies
Steve Jones [Abstract]

Internet Research and the Sociology of Cyber-Social-Scientific Knowledge [Abstract]
Christine Hine

Digital Media and Disciplinarity [Abstract]
Jonathan Sterne

Disciplining the Future: A Critical Organizational Analysis of Internet Studies [Abstract]
Annette N. Markham

Who Wants to be a Discipline? [Abstract]
Naomi S. Baron

Internet Indiscipline: Two Approaches to Making a Field [Abstract]
Wesley Shrum

Towards a Transdisciplinary Internet Research [Abstract]
Jeremy Hunsinger

Science and Technology Studies Approaches to Internet Research [Abstract]
John Monberg

New Media/Internet Research Topics of the Association of Internet Researchers [Abstract]
Ronald E. Rice

The Internet in China: A Meta-review of Research [Abstract]
Randolph Kluver and Chen Yang

Making Space for Religion in Internet Studies [Abstract]
Heidi Campbell

ICT Research, the New Economy, and the Evolving Discipline of Economics: Back to the Future? [Abstract]
Hans-Jürgen Engelbrecht

Vol. 21, No. 5


Impacts of Globalization on E-Commerce Use and Firm Performance: A Cross-Country Investigation [Abstract]
Kenneth L. Kraemer, Jennifer Gibbs, and Jason Dedrick

Which Internet Policy? Assessing Regional Initiatives in Spain [Abstract]
Jacint Jordana, Xavier Fernández, David Sancho, and Yanina Welp

Explaining Internet Connectivity [Abstract]
Daniel C.H. Mah


Authentication, Privacy, and the Federal E-Government
Stephen H. Holden and Lynette I. Millett [Abstract]

Making a Community Network Sustainable: The Future of the Wired High Rise [Abstract]
Liza Hopkins


Asia.Com: Asia Encounters the Internet, edited by K.C. Ho, Randolph Kluver, and Kenneth C. C. Yang. London: RoutledgeCurzon, 2003. xvii+270 pp., $30.95 paper/$100.00 cloth. ISBN 0-415-31504-2.
Reviewed by Zaheer Baber

The Government Machine: A Revolutionary History of the Computer, by Jon Agar. Cambridge, MA: The MIT Press, 2003. viii + 554 pp., $50.00 cloth. ISBN 0-262-01202-2.
Reviewed by Christine Bellamy

Cyberactivism: Online Activism in Theory and Practice, edited by Martha McCaughey and Michael D. Ayers. New York: Routledge, 2003. ix + 310pp., $21.95 paper. ISBN 0-415-94320-5.
Reviewed by Noriko Hara

IT Experience in India: Bridging the Digital Divide, edited by Kenneth Keniston and Deepak Kumar. New Delhi: Sage Publications, 2004. 194 pp., $44.95 cloth. ISBN 0761998306.
Reviewed by Shirin Madon

Cyberstalking: Harassment in the Internet Age and How to Protect Your Family, by Paul Bocij. Westport, CT: Praeger, 2004. xiv + 268 pp., $39.95/£22.99 cloth. ISBN 0-275-98118-5.
Reviewed by Herman T. Tavani

Digital Library Use: Social Practice in Design and Evaluation, edited by Ann Peterson Bishop, Nancy A. Van House, and Barbara P. Buttenfield. Cambridge, MA: The MIT Press, 2003. ix + 341 pp., $40.00 cloth. ISBN 0-262-02544-2.
Reviewed by Hong (Iris) Xie

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