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2006: Volume 22

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Vol. 22, No. 1


Impact and Sustainability of E-Government Services in Developing Countries: Lessons Learned from Tamil Nadu, India [Abstract]
Rajendra Kumar and Michael L. Best

Access to Public Sector Information in Europe: Policy, Rights and Obligations [Abstract]
Michael Blakemore and Max Craglia

Focused Activities and the Development of Social Capital in a Distributed Learning “Community” [Abstract]
Y. Connie Yuan, Geri Gay, and Helene Hembrooke


Is Korea a Strong Internet Nation? [Abstract]
Pyungho Kim

Internet Galaxy Meets Postnational Constellation: Prospects for Political Solidarity after the Internet [Abstract]
Catherine Frost


The Information Revolution and Developing Countries, by Ernest J. Wilson, III. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 2004. xiv + 431 pp., $49.95 cloth. ISBN 0-262-23230-8.
Reviewed by Jennifer Bussell

Social Thinking--Software Practice, edited by Yvonne Dittrich, Christiane Floyd, and Ralf Klischewski. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 2002. xii + 481 pp., $60.00 cloth. ISBN 0-262-04204-5.
Reviewed by Lisa Covi

Computer Mediated Communication: Social Interaction and the Internet, by Crispin Thurlow, Laura Lengel, and Alice Tomic. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications, 2004. vii + 256 pp., $39.95 paper. ISBN 0761949542.
Reviewed by John Monberg

Mediating the Human Body: Technology, Communication, and Fashion, edited by Leopoldina Fortunati, James E. Katz, and Raimonda Riccini. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 2004. xix + 230 pp., $29.95 paper. ISBN 0-8058-4481-3.
Reviewed by Lisa Jean Moore

Addressing the World: National Identity and Internet Country Code Domains, by Erika Schlesinger Wass. Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield, 2003. 160 pp., $22.95 paper. ISBN 0-742-52810-3.
Reviewed by Sharon Strover

Information Systems and Global Diversity, by Chrisanthi Avgerou. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2002. 267 pp., $89.50 cloth/$29.50 paper. ISBN 0199263426.
Reviewed by Michael Tyworth

Vol. 22, No. 2


Participation, Remediation, Bricolage: Considering Principal Components of a Digital Culture [Abstract]
Mark Deuze

Boundary Objects with Agency: A Method for Studying the Design-Use Interface [Abstract]
Kenneth R. Fleischmann

The Role of Learning-by-using in the Design of Healthcare Technologies: A Case Study [Abstract]
Sampsa Hyysalo

The Internet and Daily Life in Australia: An Exploration [Abstract]
Dirk HR Spennemann


Xerox Project: Photocopy Machines as a Metaphor for an “Open Society” [Abstract]
Endre Dányi


An Informational vs. Network Perspective on the Information Society
Pernilla Gripenberg

Vol. 22, No. 3


Optimization and Its Alternative in Media Choice: A Model of Reliance on Social-Influence Processes [Abstract]
Bairj Donabedian

The Quality of Online and Off-line Relationships: The Role of Multiplexity and Duration of Social Relationships [Abstract]
Gustavo Mesch and Ilan Talmud

A Global Investigation of Granger Causality between Information Infrastructure Investment and Service-Sector Growth [Abstract]
Pratim Datta and Victor W. Mbarika


New Barbarians at the Gate: The New Spirit Emerging in India
Ian O. Angell and Jonathan Ezer [Abstract]

Collective Consuming: Consumers as Subcontractors in Electronic Markets [Abstract]
Wilfred Dolfsma


Information and American Democracy: Technology in the Evolution of Political Power, by Bruce Bimber. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press, 2003. xv + 268 pp., $22.00/£16.99 paper. ISBN 0521804922.
Reviewed by Alice Robbin

The Information Ecology of E-Government: E-Government as Institutional and Technological Innovation in Public Administration, edited by Victor Bekkers and Vincent Homburg. Amsterdam: IOS Press, 2005. xi + 193 pp., $99 cloth. ISBN 1-58603-483-9.
Reviewed by Kris Snijkers

Building Diaspora: Filipino Cultural Community Formation on the Internet, by Emily Noelle Ignacio. New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Press, 2005. xvi + 176 pp., $21.95 paper. ISBN 0-8135-3514-X.
Reviewed by Loong Wong

Vol. 22, No. 4

Special Issue: ICT In Everyday Life: Home and Personal Environments
Guest Editor: Alladi Venkatesh


Introduction to the Special Issue on ��ICT in Everyday Life: Home and Personal Environments��
Alladi Venkatesh


The Contribution of Domestication Research to In-Home Computing and Media Consumption [Abstract]
Leslie Haddon

Household Technology Use: Integrating Lifecycle and the Model of Adoption of Technology in Households [Abstract]
Susan A. Brown, Viswanath Venkatesh and Hillol Bala

Drawing Conclusions from New Media Research: Reflections and Puzzles Regarding Children's Experience of the Internet [Abstract]
Sonia Livingstone

Gender and IT in the Household: Evolving Patterns of Internet Use in the United States [Abstract]
Ruby Roy Dholakia

Controlling Smart Devices in the Home [Abstract]
Lynne Hamill


The Changing World of Home Technology: A Microsoft Case Study
Pam Heath and Nancy Bell [Abstract]

Vol. 22, No. 5

Special Section: Towards a Coherent Metrology of Information Societies
Guest Editor: Michel J. Menou


A "Grand Challenge": Measuring Information Societies
Michel J. Menou and Richard D. Taylor


Gaps and Bits: Conceptualizing Measurements for Digital Divide/s [Abstract]
Karine Barzilai-Nahon

Methodological Challenges of Digital Divide Measurements [Abstract]
Vasja Vehovar, Pavle Sicherl, Tobias Hüsing, and Vesna Dolnicar

Conceptualizing and Measuring the Social Uses of the Internet: The Case of Personal Web Sites [Abstract]
Gregor Petrič


Exploring Social Theory as a Framework for Social and Cultural Measurements of the Information Society [Abstract]
Pille Pruulmann-Vengerfeldt


Always Articulating: Theorizing on Mobile and Wireless Technologies [Abstract]
Steve Sawyer and Andrea Tapia

Power, Cash and Convenience: Translations in the Political Site of the ATM [Abstract]
Lucas D. Introna and Louise Whittaker

Broadband Utilization in Space: Effects of Population and Economic Structure [Abstract]
John B. Horrigan, Chandler Stolp, Robert H. Wilson


Where Information Society and Community Voice Intersect [Abstract]
Ramesh Srinivasan


Knowledge Power: Intellectual Property, Information, and Privacy, by Renée Marlin-Bennett. Boulder, CO: Lynne Rienner Publishers, 2004. xii + 274 pp., $59.95 cloth/$23.50 paper. ISBN 1-58826-281-2.
Reviewed by Ian Hosein

The Information Revolution & Ireland: Prospects and Challenges, by Lee Komito. Dublin: University College Dublin Press, 2004. ix + 222 pp. $35.95. (paper). ISBN 1 904558 07 0.
Reviewed by Eileen M. Traut

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