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Internet Research Annual

Selected Papers from the Association of Internet Researchers Conferences 2000-2002, Volume 1


Mia Consalvo, Nancy Baym, Jeremy Hunsinger and Klaus Bruhn Jensen

Contents: Mia Consalvo: Internet Research: There and Back Again – Steve Jones: Imagining an Association – Klaus Bruhn Jensen/Monica Murero: Section One: The Internet as an Area of Research – Dan L. Burk: Legal Consequences of the Cyberspatial Metaphor – Philip E. Agre: Internet Research: For and Against – Barbara Warnick: Dangerous Futures: Artificial Intelligence and Scientific Argument – William H. Dutton: Out of the Dot-com Bubble: A New Opportunity for Internet Research – Sheizaf Rafaeli: Constructs in the Storm – Susan C. Herring: Online Communication: Through the Lens of Discourse – Michael Nentwich: Cyberscience, Methodology, and Research Substance – Irene Berkowitz: The Effects of New Communication and Information Technologies on Academic Research Paradigms – Charles Ess: The Cathedral or the Bazaar? The AoIR Document on Internet Research Ethics as an Exercise in Open Source Ethics – Nancy Baym/Jeremy Hunsinger: Section Two: Places, Politics, and Policies of the Internet – Alain d’Iribarne: «IMAGINE»: A Structural Analysis of the Use of the Internet by Households in Four European Towns – James Witte/John Ryan: Musical Taste and Sociability: Evidence from Survey2000 – Gitte Stald: Global Reach, Local Roots: Young Danes and the Internet – Doreen Starke-Meyerring: Questing on the Global Stage: Brain Gain, Market Gain, and the Rhetoric of the Internet in German and U.S. Higher Education Policy – David Palfreyman: Learning to Use ICTs in a Gulf Arab Context – Karen Gustafson: Virtual Consumption: The Commercial Discourse of the Web – Christopher Bodnar: Redlining and Redefining High-Speed Internet Access: Policy, Practice, and Patchwork in Urban Development – Robin Mansell: The Internet, Capitalism, and Policy – Philip N. Howard/Tema J. Milstein: Spiders, Spam, and Spyware: New Media and the Market for Political Information – John Logie/Leslie Regan Shade: Section Three: Net / Working Communities – Smiljana Antonijevic: Virtual Otherness: An Example of In-Group and Out-Group Online Interaction in Yugoslavia During the NATO Bombing – Nils Zurawski: Because It’s Important and Out There: From Real-Life Identity to Virtual Ethnicities – Stine Gotved: Newsgroup Interaction as Urban Life – Jan Fernback: Community as Commodity: Empowerment and Consumerism on the Web – Shani Orgad: Just Do It! The Online Communication of Breast Cancer as a Practice of Empowerment – Sorin Adam Matei: The Internet’s «Magnifying Glass» Effect on Offline Ties in the General Social Survey – Andrea Kavanaugh/Joseph Schmitz: Talking in Lists: The Consequences of Computer-Mediated Communication on Communities – T. L. Taylor: The Social Design of Virtual Worlds: Constructing the User and Community through Code.