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Internet – Bibliography

Internet Studies – Bibliography

Internet/Culture

  • Dodge, M. and Kitchen, R. 2001. Mapping Cyberspace. New York and London: Routledge. Hakken, D. 1999. Cyborgs @ Cyberspace. New York: Routledge.
  • Jones, S. 1998. Virtual Culture: Identity and Communication in Cybersociety. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.
  • Levy, Piere. 1997. Collective Intelligence: Mankind’s Emerging World in Cybersapece. Cambridge: Perseus Books.
  • Lunnefeld, (editor). 2000. The Digital Dialectic: New Essays on the New Media. Cambridge, MA and London: MIT.
  • Mitchell, W. J. 2000. E-topia. Cambridge, MA and London: MIT.
  • Slavin, James. 2000. The Internet and Society. Cambridge, UK: Polity Press.
  • Stefik, M. 1999. The Internet Edge: Social, Technical and Legal Challenges for a Networked World. Cambridge, MA and London: MIT.
  • Stefik, M. 1997. Internet Dreams: Archetypes, Myths, and Metaphors. Cambridge, MA and London: MIT.

 Resources

Theoretical/Experimental

  • New Media, Old Media: A History and Theory Reader (Routledge, 2005)
  • • Chun, Wendy. Control and Freedom: Power and Paranoia in the Age of Fiber Optics.
  • Cambridge, MA: MIT, 2006.
  • • Turkle, Sherry. Alone Together. New York: Basic Books, 2011.
  • • Kittler, Friedrich. There is No Software.
  • • Manovitch, Lev. The Language of New Media.
  • • Gitelman, Lisa. Always Already New.
  • • Nakamura, Lisa. Race and the Visual Culture of the Internet
  • • Jenkins, Henry. Convergence Culture
  • • Lanier, Jaron. You Are Not a Gadget.
  • • Schmitz, J. & Fulk, J. (1991). Organizational colleagues, media richness, and electronic mail:
  • A test of the social influence model. Communication Research, 18, pp. 487-523.
  • • Fulk, J. (1993). “Social construction of communication technology.” Academy of Management
  • Journal 36: 921-950.
  • • Sitkin, S., K. Sutcliffe, et al. (1992). “A dual-capacity model of communication media choice in
  • organizations.” Human Communication Research 18(4): 563-598.
  • • Carlson, J. and R. Zmud (1999). “Channel expansion theory and the experiential nature of
  • media richness perceptions.” Academy of Management Journal 42(2): 153-170.
  • • Walther, J. (1996). “Computer-mediated communication: Impersonal, interpersonal, and
  • hyperpersonal interaction.” Communication Research 23: 3-43.
  • • Spears, R., Lea, M., & Lee, S. (1990). De-individuation and group polarization in computer-
  • mediated communication. British Journal of Social Psychology, 29, 121-134.
  • • Orlikowski, W. 2000. Using technology and constituting structures: A practice lens for studying
  • technology in organizations. Organization Science, 11(4): 404-428.
  • Garton, L., Haythornthwaite, C., Wellman, B. Studying online social networks. Journal of
  • Computer Mediated Communication 3(1), jcmc.indiana.edu/vol3/issue1/garton.html

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