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2009: Volume 25

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Vol. 25, No. 1


Digital Divide: A Discursive Move Away from the Real Inequities [Abstract]
Siobhan Stevenson

Beyond Harmonization: ICT Policymaking in Regional Economic Communities [Abstract]
Carleen Maitland and Annemijn van Gorp

Wikipedia, Critical Social Theory, and the Possibility of Rational Discourse [Abstract]
Sean Hansen, Nicholas Berente, and Kalle Lyytinen


Exploring Qualitative Sharing Practices of Social Metadata: Expanding the Attention Economy [Abstract]
Jörgen Skågeby


Governance and Information Technology, edited by Viktor Mayer-Schonberger and David Lazer. Cambridge, MA: The MIT Press, 2007. 352 pp. $37.00 cloth. ISBN cloth 978-0-262-13483-5
Reviewed by Itir Akdogan

Understanding E-Government: Information systems in public administration, by Vincent Homburg. New York: Routledge, 2008. 144 pp. $39.95 paper/$160.00 cloth. ISBN paper 978-0-415-43094-4/ISBN cloth 978-0-415-43093-7.
Reviewed by Lynne C. Chase

Vol. 25, No. 2

Special Section: Critical Theory of Communication Technology

Editor's Note


Critical Theory of Communication Technology: Introduction to the Special Section [Abstract]
Andrew Feenberg


Phenomenology and Surveillance Studies:  Returning to the Things Themselves [Abstract]
Norm Friesen, Andrew Feenberg, and Grace Smith


Subactivism: Lifeworld and Politics in the Age of the Internet [Abstract]
Maria Bakardjieva

Rationalizing Play: A Critical Theory of Digital Gaming [Abstract]
Sara M. Grimes and Andrew Feenberg


Environmental Communication in the Information Society: The Blueprint from Europe [Abstract]
Piyush Mathur

Low-Carbon Society Scenario: ICT and Ecodesign [Abstract]
Jun Fujimoto, Dean Poland, and Mitsutaka Matsumoto

Vol. 25, No. 3

Special Issue: The Philosophy of Information, its Nature and Future Developments
Guest Editor: Luciano Floridi


The Information Society and Its Philosophy: Introduction to the Special Issue on “The Philosophy of Information, its Nature and Future Developments” [Abstract]
Luciano Floridi


Floridi’s Philosophy of Information and Information Ethics: Current Perspectives, Future Directions
Charles Ess

From the Philosophy of Information to the Philosophy of Information Culture [Abstract]
Adam Briggle and Carl Mitcham

Epistemic Values and Information Management [Abstract]
Don Fallis and Dennis Whitcomb

Developing The Information and Knowledge Agenda in Information Systems: Insights from Philosophy [Abstract]
Leslie Willcocks and Edgar Whitley


Networked Individuals and Institutions: A Cross-Sector Comparative Perspective on Patterns and Strategies in Government and Research [Abstract]
William H. Dutton and Rebecca Eynon

Sizing Up Information Societies: Towards a Better Metric for the Cultures of ICT Adoption [Abstract]
Philip N. Howard, Ken Anderson, Laura Busch, and Dawn Nafus

Use Tax History and its Implications for Electronic Commerce [Abstract]
Mark A. Scanlan

Vol. 25, No. 4


Sociotechnical Interaction and Cyborg-Cyborg Interaction: Transforming the Scale and Convergence of HCI
Kenneth R. Fleischmann

Extracting Core ICT Indicators Using Entropy Method [Abstract]
Payam Hanafizadeh, Mohammad Reza Hanafizadeh, and Mohsen Khodabakhshi

Media Literacy and Universal Access in Europe [Abstract]
Maria Sourbati


Community Informatics and Information Systems: Can they be Better Connected? [Abstract]
Larry Stillman and Henry Linger

Digital Museums and Diverse Cultural Knowledges: Moving Past the Traditional Catalog [Abstract]
Ramesh Srinivasan, Robin Boast, Jonathan Furner, and Katherine M. Becvar


Media Work, by Mark Deuze. Cambridge: Polity Press, 2007. 278 pp. $69.95 cloth/$22.95 paper. ISBN: 978–07456–3924–6 (cloth), 978–07456–3925–3 (paper).
Greg Downey

Beyond Technology: Children’s Learning in the Age of Digital Culture. Cambridge, by David Buckingham. United Kingdom: Polity Press (Wiley), 2007. 224 pp. $24.95 paper. ISBN-13:978-07456-3881-2.
Abby Dress

The Social Construction and Usage of Communication Technologies: Asian and European Experiences, edited by Raul Pertierra. 2007. Diliman, Quezon City : The University of the Philippines Press, xi + 228 pp. $20.00 cloth. ISBN 9789715425373.
Courtenay Honeycutt

Safeguards in a World of Ambient Intelligence (The International Library of Ethics, Law and Technology), edited by David Wright, Serge Gutwirth, Michael Friedewald, Elena Vildjiounaite, and Yves Punie. London: Springer, 2008. 291 pp. Cloth $159.00. ISBN: 978-1-4020-6661-0.
Jennifer King

Vol. 25, No. 5


Special Issue: Geographies of the Information Society Revisited
Guest Editor: Hamid R. Ekbia and Nadine Schuurman


Introduction to the Special Issue on Geographies of Information Society
Hamid R. Ekbia and Nadine Schuurman


The Internet Highway and Religious Communities: Mapping and Contesting Spaces in Religion-Online [Abstract]
Pauline Hope Cheong, Jessie P.H. Poon, Shirlena Huang, and Irene Casas

A Tale of Two Trajectories: How Spatial Data Infrastructures Travel in Time and Space [Abstract]
Vincent Homburg and Yola Georgiadou

Of Boundary Objects and Boundaries: Local Stabilization of the Polish Cadastral Infrastructure [Abstract]
Francis Harvey

Regimes of Information: Land Use, Management, and Policy [Abstract]
Hamid R. Ekbia and Tom P. Evans


WiFi Geographies: When Code Meets Place [Abstract]
Laura Forlano

Seoul Searching: How Do Mobile Communication Technologies Alter Urban Mobility? [Abstract]
Soochul Kim


An interview with Michael Goodchild: GIScience and Social Re-ordering in the New Millennium
Nadine Schuurman

An interview with Eric Sheppard: Uneven Spatialities—The Material, Virtual, and Cognitive
Hamid R. Ekbia


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