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2017: Volume 33

No. 1 No. 2
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Vol. 33, No. 1


Challenges of Conducting Survey Research Related to a Social Protest Movement: Lessons Learned from a Study of Gezi Protests Involving the Turkish Diaspora in Three European Countries
Christine Ogan, Roya Imani Giglou, and Leen d’Haenens [Abstract]

Information Determinism: The Consequences of the Faith in Information
Janaki Srinivasan, Megan Finn, and Morgan Ames [Abstract]

Silk Road: The Market Beyond the Reach of the State
Rita Zajácz [Abstract]

Big Data as Governmentality in International Development: Digital Traces, Algorithms, and Altered Visibilities
Mikkel Flyverbom, Anders Koed Madsen, and Andreas Rasche [Abstract]


Contextualizing the Failure of Mobile TV Service in Korea
Pyungho Kim [Abstract]


How Not to Network a Nation: The Uneasy History of the Soviet Internet, by Benjamin Peters. Cambridge, MA: The MIT Press, 2016. ix + 298 pp. $38.00 hardcover. ISBN 9780262034180 (hardcover).
Andreas Kuersten

Signal Traffic: Critical Studies of Media Infrastructures, edited by Lisa Parks & Nicole Starosielski. University of Illinois Press, 2015. 292 pp. $28.00 paper. ISBN 9780252080876 (paper).
Cole Stratton

Vol. 33, No. 2


News Media, Social Media, and Hyperlink Networks: An Examination of Integrated Media Effects
Jiawei Sophia Fu and Michelle Shumate [Abstract]

Being Old in an Always-on Culture: Older People’s Perceptions and Experiences of Online Communication
Marika Lüders and Edith Roth Gjevjon [Abstract]

Ready to Forget: American Attitudes toward the Right to be Forgotten
Leticia Bode and Meg Leta Jones [Abstract]

Innovators and innovated: Newspapers and the postdigital future beyond the “death of print”
John O'Sullivan, Leopoldina Fortunati, Sakari Taipale & Kevin Barnhurst [Abstract]


Computing as Writing, by Daniel Punday. Minneapolis, MN: University of Minnesota Press, 2015. 232pp. $27.00 paper. ISBN 9780816697021 (paper).
Allison D. Carr

Civic Media: Technology, Design, Practice, edited by Eric Gordon and Paul Mihailidis. Cambridge, MA: The MIT Press, 2016. 664 pp. $53.00 hardcover. ISBN 9780262034272 (hardcover).
Marisol Brito and Alexander Fink

Reading the Comments: Likers, Haters, and Manipulators at the Bottom of the Web, by Joseph M. Reagle, Jr. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 2015. 240pp. $28.95 cloth. ISBN 9780262028936 (cloth).
Carolyn M. Clini

Vol. 33, No. 3


Internet Freedom and Copyright Maximalism: Contradictory Hypocrisy or Complementary Policies?
Blayne Haggart and Michael Jablonski [Abstract]

Digital and Analog Logics: An Analysis of the Discourse on Property Rights and Information Goods
Karim Jetha, Nicholas Berente, and John Leslie King [Abstract]

The Technology Mismatch Paradox of Mobile Email Access: When Changed Norms of Responsiveness Meet Technology Under-Supply
Isabell Loeschner [Abstract]

Between Class and Status? Examining the Digital Divide in Finland, UK, and Greece
Taru Lindblom and Pekka Räsänen [Abstract]

Am I my IP address’s keeper? Revisiting the boundaries of information privacy
Jockum Hildén [Abstract]


How Video Games Impact Players: The Pitfalls and Benefits of a Gaming Society, by Ryan Rogers. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books, 2016. Xvii + 153 pp. $80.00 hardcover. ISBN 9781498513081 (hardcover).
Christopher D. Lehman and Nicholas J. Rowland

Vol. 33, No. 4


Computing the everyday: Social media as data platforms
Cristina Alaimo and Jannis Kallinikos [Abstract]

Undermining anarchy: Facebook’s influence on anarchist principles of organisation in occupy Wall Street
Thomas Swann and Emil Husted [Abstract]

The Library Before Print and after the Computer: The Similarities between String Search Algorithms and Mnemonic Retrieval in Pre-print Libraries
Ole Olesen-Bagneux [Abstract]

An empirical test of stage models of e-government development: Evidence from Dutch municipalities
Gerrit Rooks, Uwe Matzat and Bert Sadowski [Abstract]

A Framework for the Successful Implementation of Food Traceability Systems in China
Yanqing Duan, Meiyin Miao, Ruimei Wang, Zetian Fu, and Mark Xu [Abstract]

Vol. 33, No. 5


The tale of the snake and the elephant: Intellectual property expansion under informational capitalism
Mariano Zukerfeld [Abstract]

A different glimpse into mobilities: On the interrelations between daily spatial mobility and social mobility
Leopoldina Fortunati and Sakari Taipale [Abstract]

Beyond individual-centric privacy: Information technology in social systems
Wolter Pieters [Abstract]

The media of high-resolution time: Temporal frequencies as infrastructural resources
Dylan Mulvin [Abstract]

“Losers” and “Winners”: Framing of Online Self-disclosure in Online News Media
Tamar Ashuri and Ruth Halperin [Abstract]


Weapons of Math Destruction: How Big Data Increases Inequality and Threatens Democracy, by Cathy O’Neil. New York: Crown Publishers, 2016. 272 pp. $26.00 hardcover. ISBN 9780553418811 (hardcover).
Reviewed by Tony Doyle

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