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1996: Volume 12

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Vol. 12, No. 1

Letter from the Editor-in-Chief 12(1)

Internet: Which Future for Organized Knowledge, Frankenstein or Pygmalion? [Abstract]
Luciano Floridi.

Informational Imnperatives and Sociall Mediated Relationships. [Abstract]
Roberta Lamb.

Defending the Boundaries: Identifying and Countering Threats in a Usenet Newsgroup. [Abstract]
David J. Phillips

Who Will We Be in Cyberspace? [Abstract]
Langdon Winner.


The Durango Declarations Forum. [Abstract]
Francis Harvey, Ben Gross and others

Durango Declarations. (Discussed in Final Plenum Meeting).

The Student Fellows' Durango Declarations.

The Durango Imperatives.
Phil Agre

Durango Declarations Forum Commentaries.
Ben Schneiderman.

Durango Declarations Forum Commentaries.
Charles Bownstein.

Durango Declarations Forum Commentaries.
Langdon Winner.

Durango Declarations Forum Commentaries.
Marsha Woodbury.

A Biotechnology Web Site: Toward 'Electronic Democracy.' [Abstract]
Patricia Radin.

Dystopia on the Health Superhighway. [Abstract]
Simon Davies.

Book Reviews

The Trouble with Computers: Usefulness, Usability, and Productivity, by Landauer.
Reviewed by Paul Attewell

Fatal Defect: Chasing Killer Computer Bugs, by Peterson.
Computer-Related Risks, by Neumann.
Safeware: System Safety and Computers, by Leveson
Reviewed by John C. Cherniavsky

Computer Technology and Social Issues, by Garson.
Reviewed by Williams Sims Bainbridge

Does Technology Drive History?: The Dilemma of Technological Determinism, by Smith and Marx.
Reviewed by Rob Kling

Vol. 12, No. 2

Letter from the Editor-in-Chief 12(2)

Special Section: The Ethics of Fair Practices for Collecting Social Sciences Data in Cyberspace

Introduction: A Debate about the Ethics of Fair Practices for Collecting Social Science Data in Cyberspace. [Abstract]
Jim Thomas

Researching Internet Communities: Proposed Ethical Guidelines for the Reporting of Results. [Abstract]
Storm A. King

Considering the Electronic Participant: Some Polemical Observations on the Ethics of On-Line Research. [Abstract]
Dennis Waskul. and Mark Douglass

Doing the Right Thing: Ethical Cyberspace Research. [Abstract]
Sharon Polancic Boehlefeld

Linguistic and Critical Analysis of Computer-Mediated Communication: Some Ethical and Scholarly Considerations. [Abstract]
Susan Herring

Informed Consent in the Study of On-Line Communities: A Reflection on the Effects of Computer-Mediated Social Research. [Abstract]
Elizabeth Reid.

What's Wrong with the `Golden Rule'? Conundrums of Conducting Ethical Research in Cyberspace. [Abstract]
Christina Allen.

When Cyberresearch Goes Awry: The Ethics of the Rimm 'Cyberporn' Study. [Abstract]
Jim Thomas.

Commentary on Responses to the Proposed Guidelines. [Abstract]
Storm A. King

Book Reviews

American Technological Sublime, by David Nye.
Reviewed by Geoffrey Bowker

Software by Design, by Harold Salzman and Stephen Rosenthal.
Reviewed by Stuart Shapiro

"Who Owns Information? From Privacy to Public Access, by Ann Wells Branscomb.
Reviewed by Sheizaf Rafaeli

The Jobless Future: Sci-Tech and the Dogma of Work, by Stanley Aronowitz and William DiFazio
Reviewed by Rebecca Grant

Vol. 12, No. 3

Letter from the Editor-in-Chief 12(3)

Entrepreneurship, Flexibility, and Policy Coordination: Taiwan's Computer Industry. [Abstract]
Kenneth L. Kraemer, Jason Dedrick, Chin-Yeong Hwang, Tze-Chen Tu and Chee-Sing Yap.

Utopianism and National Competitiveness in Technology rhetoric: The Case of Japan's Information Infrastructure. [Abstract]
Joel West.

Universal Service from the Bottom Up: A Study of Telephone Penetration in Camden, New Jersey. [Abstract]
Milton L. Mueller. and Jorge Reina Schement.

Forum: The Magna Carta

Introduction to the Forum on 'A Magna Carta for the Knowledge Age': Cyberspace and the American Dream.
Mark Poster

Cyberspace and the American Dream: A Magna Carta for the Knowledge Age (Release 1.2, August 1994).
Dyson Esther, George Gilder, George Keyworth, and Alvin Toffler.

Cybercowboys on the New Frontier: Freedom, Nationalism, and Imperialism in the Postmodern Era. [Abstract]
John Carlos Rowe

Cyberspace Inc. and the Robber Baron Age: An Analysis of PFF's 'Magna Carta'. [Abstract]
Richard Moore.

Book Reviews

The Future Does Not Compute: Transcending the Machines in our Midst, by Stephen L. Talbott.
Reviewed by Kevin Hunt

The Future Does Not Compute: Transcending the Machines in our Midst, by Stephen L. Talbott
Reviewed by James Dalziel

The Future Does Not Compute: Transcending the Machines in our Midst, by Stephen L. Talbott.
Reviewed by William Bainbridge

Wyman: Democracy and Technology, by Richard Sclove.
Reviewed by Steven K.

Information Superhighways: Multimedia Users and Futures, edited by S.J. Emmott.
Reviewed by Andrew Dillon

Resisting the Virtual Life, edited by James Brooks and Ian Boal.
Reviewed by Karen Ruhleder

Space Place and the Infobahn, by William Mitchell
Reviewed by Linda Wall: City of Bits

Vol. 12, No. 4

Letter from the Editor-in-Chief 12(4)

The Virtual College: Computer-Mediated Communication and Scientific Work. [Abstract]
John P. Walsh. and Todd Bayma.

If I Want it, It's OK: Usenet and the (Outer) Limits of Free Speech. [Abstract]
Bryan Pfaffenberger.

Engendering Democratic Participation via the Net: Access, Voice and Dialogue. [Abstract]
Kurland, Nancy., and Terri Egan.

Understanding Communication Privacy: Unlisted Telephone Subscribers in the United States. [Abstract]
Katz, James E

Regulatory Reform and the Promise of New Telecommunications Infrastructure in New Jersey. [Abstract]
Jan L. Youtie. and William Read.


Short-term memories: A Death in the Information Age. [Abstract]
Van Korenegay.

The End of University.
Majid Tehranian.

The Demise of Meaning-Making and Social Agency as Critical Concepts in the Rhetoric of an Information Age. [Abstract]
Suzanne Iacono.

Book Reviews

In Search of the Virtual Class: Education in an Information Society, by J. Tiffin and L. Rajasingham.
Reviewed by Deborah Sprague

The Dynamics of Service: Reflections on the Changing Nature of Customer/Provider Interactions, by Barbara Gutek.
Reviewed by George Ritzer


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