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2007: Volume 23

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Vol. 23, No. 1


IT Education and Workforce Participation: A New Era for Women in Kenya? [Abstract]
Victor W. A. Mbarika, Fay Cobb Payton, Lynette Kvasny, and Antieno Amadi

ICT Inclusion and Gender: Tensions in Narratives of Network Engineer Training [Abstract]
Hazel Gillard, Nathalie Mitev and Susan Scott

Civil Society and Cyber Society: The Role of the Internet in Community Associations and Democratic Politics [Abstract]
Michael J. Jensen, James N. Danziger and Alladi Venkatesh


Reflections on the academic policy analysis process and the UK Identity Cards Scheme [Abstract]
Edgar A. Whitley, Ian R Hosein, Ian O. Angell, Simon Davies

A look into the future impact of ICT on our lives [Abstract]
Luciano Floridi


Universities in transition: Commercialization and the 21st Century University
Rebecca Eynon

Phones R Us
Jonathan P. Allen

Vol. 23, No. 2

Letter from the Editor-in-Chief


A Cross-National Study of Computer News Sites: Global News, Local Sites [Abstract]
Nathaniel D. Poor

Appreciating the Contribution of Broadband ICT with Rural and Remote Communities: Stepping Stones towards an Alternative Paradigm [Abstract]
Ricardo Ram��rez

Exploring E-commerce Benefits for Businesses in a Developing Country [Abstract]
Alemayehu Molla and Richard Heeks


Bridging the Divide: Building Asia-Pacific Capacity for Effective Reforms [Abstract]
Rohan Samarajiva and Sujata Gamage

Surveillant Institutional Eyes in Korea: From Discipline to a Digital Grid of Control [Abstract]
Kwang-Suk Lee

Computer Supported Argument Maps as a Policy Memory [Abstract]
Alistair Renton and Ann Macintosh


Information Politics on the Web, by Richard Rogers. Cambridge MA: MIT Press, 2004. 200 pp., $35.00 cloth. ISBN 0-262-18242-4.
Reviewed by W. Lance Bennett

CODE: Collaborative Ownership and the Digital Economy, edited by Rishab Aiyer Ghosh. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 2005. x + 345 pp., $37.50 cloth. ISBN 0-262-07260-2.
Reviewed by Gabriella Coleman

Cyberasia: The Internet and Society in Asia, edited by Zaheer Baber. Leiden, The Netherlands: Brill Academic Publishers, 2005. ix + 241 pp., US$77.00/EUR 59 paper. ISBN 90 04 14625 3.
Reviewed by Helen Johnson

Vol. 23, No. 3

Special Issue: Accessibility, Disability, and Inclusion in Information Technologies
Guest Editors: Gary Annable, Gerard Goggin, and Deborah Stienstra


Accessibility, Disability, and Inclusion in Information Technologies: Introduction
Gary Annable, Gerard Goggin, and Deborah Stienstra


A Three-Way Dance: The Global Public Good and Accessibility in Information Technologies [Abstract]
Deborah Stienstra, James Watzke, and Gary Birch

The Business of Digital Disability  [Abstract]
Gerard Goggin and Christopher Newell

Engaging the Business/Industrial Sector in Accessibility Research: Lessons in Bridge Building  [Abstract]
Aldred H. Neufeldt, James Watzke, Gary Birch, and Denise Buchner


Accessibility and Product Ecologies [Abstract]
Jim Tobias

Crossing the Digital Divide: Possibilities for Influencing the Private Sector Business Case [Abstract]
Helen Maskery

Working for Barrier Removal in the ICT Area: Creating a More Accessible and Inclusive Canada [Abstract]
April D��Aubin

Vol. 23, No. 4

Special Issue: The Legacy of Rob Kling: Social Informatics as a Research Discipline
Guest Editors: Margaret S. Elliott and Kenneth L. Kraemer


Introduction to the Special Issue on ��The Legacy of Rob Kling: Social Informatics as a Research Discipline��
Margaret S. Elliott and Kenneth L. Kraemer


What is Social Informatics and Why Does it Matter?
Rob Kling

Peers and Spheres of Influence: Situating Rob Kling  [Abstract]
Blaise Cronin and Debora Shaw

Rob Kling In Search of One Good Theory  [Abstract]
Alice Robbin

Going Critical: Perspective and Proportion in the Epistemology of Rob Kling [Abstract]
John Leslie King, Suzanne Iacono, and Jonathan Grudin


From Findings to Theories: Institutionalizing Social Informatics [Abstract]
Steve Sawyer and Andrea Tapia


Rob Kling Bibliography
Debora Shaw and John Morriberon


Book Review Editor��s Note

Understanding and Communicating Social Informatics: A Framework for Studying and Teaching the Human Contexts of Information and Communication Technologies, by Rob Kling, Howard Rosenbaum, and Steve Sawyer. Medford , NJ: Information Today, 2005. 240 pp. $39.50 (cloth). ISBN 1-57387-228-8.
Reviewed by Keith Horton

Understanding and Communicating Social Informatics: A Framework for Studying and Teaching the Human Contexts of Information and Communication Technologies, by Rob Kling, Howard Rosenbaum, and Steve Sawyer. Medford , NJ: Information Today, 2005. 240 pp. $39.50 (cloth). ISBN 1-57387-228-8.
Reviewed by Quan Zhou

Vol. 23, No. 5

Letter from the Editor-in-Chief


Reflections on Roberta Lamb, Social Actor
Elizabeth Davidson

The Social Actor Traveling the World
Helena Karsten

Roberta Lamb: Mentor and Friend
Nilmini Wickramasinghe

Roberta Lamb, On the Way
Steve Sawyer


Standardisation of Work: Co-constructed Practice [Abstract]
Gunnar Ellingsen, Eric Monteiro, and Glenn Munkvold

E-government Policy and Health Information Systems Implementation in Andhra Pradesh, India: Need for Articulation of Linkages between the Macro and the Micro [Abstract]
Shirin Madon, Sundeep Sahay, and Randeep Sudan

The Internet, Spatial Data Globalisation and Data Use: The Case of Tibet [Abstract]
Nathan J. Engler and G. Brent Hall

The Evolution of Agency: Spectrums of Bioagency and Cyberagency [Abstract]
Kenneth R. Fleischmann

The Myths of E-Government: Looking Beyond the Assumptions of a New and Better Government
Victor Bekkers and Vincent Homburg [Abstract]


Who Searches the Searchers? Community Privacy in the Age of Monolithic Search Engines
Jonathan A. Poritz

Searching for the Great Chain of Being using Google Print [Abstract]
Shai Ophir

Return to Babel: Emergent Diversity, Digital Resources, and Local Knowledge [Abstract]
Robin Boast, Michael Bravo, and Ramesh Srinivasan

Democratic and Anti-Democratic Regulators of the Internet: A Framework [Abstract]
Michael L. Best and Keegan W. Wade


The Social Study of Information and Communication Technology: Innovation, Actors, and Contexts, edited by Chrisanthi Avgerou, Claudio Ciborra, and Frank Land. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2004. 312 pp. $59.95 paper/$124.50 cloth. ISBN 978-0-19-925352-4 paper/978-0-19-925356-2 cloth.
Reviewed by Hamid R. Ekbia

Consumer Health Informatics: Informing Consumers and Improving Health Care, edited by Deborah Lewis, Gunther Eysenbach, Rita Kukafka, P. Zoe Stavri, Holly Jimison. New York: Springer Publishing, 2005. xxi + 258 pp., $69.95 cloth. ISBN 0-387-23991-X.
Reviewed by Jacqueline Low

Hollywood's Road to Riches, by David Waterman. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 2005. xvi + 393 pp., $29.95 cloth. ISBN 0674019458.
Reviewed by Stephen McElhinney

Gender, Ethics and Information Technology, by Alison Adam. Hampshire, UK: Palgrave Macmillan, 2005. vi + 196 pp., $74.95 cloth. ISBN 1-4039-1506-7.
Reviewed by Krista Scott-Dixon

Cyberspaces of their Own: Female Fandoms Online, by Rhiannon Bury. New York: Peter Lang Publishing, 2005. x + 242 pp. $29.95 paper. ISBN 0-8204-7118-6.
Reviewed by Mary E. Virnoche

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