Special issue of Information, Communication & Society

The third Association of Internet Researchers special issue of Information, Communication & Society has recently been published, edited by Caroline Haythornthwaite and Lori Kendall. It includes papers selected from the Internet Research 10.0 conference in Milwaukee, including:

  • Bridging disability divides: A critical history of web content accessibility through 2001, by Elizabeth Ellcessor
  • The interpenetration of technical and legal decision-making for the internet, by Sandra Braman
  • YouTube and Proposition 8: A case study in video activism, by Kjerstin Thorson, Brian Ekdale, Porismita Borah, Kang Namkoong, and Chirag Shah
  • The experience of connectivity: Results from a survey of Australian internet users, by Matthew Allen
  • How offline gatherings affect online communities: When virtual community members ‘meetup’, by Lauren F. Sessions
  • How executives perceive the net generation, by Karine Barzilai-Nahon & Robert M. Mason
  • Citizenship and communication in online youth civic engagement projects, by Chris Wells
  • Getting the whole picture? New information and communication technologies in healthcare work and organization, by
  • Susan Halford, Ann Therese Lotherington, Aud Obstfelder, and Kari Dyb
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