Online Communication: Linking Technology, Identity, and Culture

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AUTHOR INDEX
Page numbers in italics denote full bibliographic references.
A
A. T. Kearney (Consulting Firm) 160, 164
Adams, H., 196, 220
Adams, T. L, 113, 121, 187, 193
Aden, R., 196, 201, 210
Ahrenberg, S., 198, 210
Alighieri, D., 21
Allison, C, 96, 99
Alstyne, M. V, 138, 142
American Management Association, 152, 164
American Psychological Association, 110, 115, 118
Anderson, B., 125, 142
Anselmo, J. C., 139, 142
Anti-Defamation League, 189, 192
Apple Computer, 204, 210

B
Badham, J., 211
Balsamo, A., 197, 211
Baran, B., 167, 177
Bargh, J. A., 60, 75
Barker, J. R., 150, 164
Barlow, J. P., 21, 26, 78
Baym, N. K., 12, 26, 129–131, 142
Beard, K. W, 108, 118
Bechar-Israeli, H., 65, 75
Belton, B., 148, 164
Benedikt, M., 21, 26
BenigerJ. R., 148, 164
Bennahum, 35, 47
Berman, B., 206, 211
Bernhardt, J. M., 115, 115
Bertman, S., 201, 211
Bethke, B., 198, 211
Bier, M, 170, 177
Bilstad, B. T., 105, 118
Binik, Y. M., 110, 114, 118
Biocca, R, 207, 212
Birdwhistle, R. L., 79, 98
Birnie, S. A., 88, 98
Birsch, D., 105, 118
Black, G., 166, 177
Blackburn, N., 151, 164
Blair, C., 181, 193
Boaz, D., 170, 177
Bornstein, K., 61, 75
Bosky, B., 125, 142
Botan, C, 152, 164
Bowles, S., 209, 211
BoydJ., 123, 142
Brasher, B. E., 20, 27
Bressand, A., 78
Bricking, T., 102, 119
Bromberg, H., 19, 26
Brown, A., 101
Bruckheimer, J., 150, 164
Bruckman, A., 58, 61, 75
Brummett, B., 194, 211
Brynjolfsson, E., 138, 142
Bugeja, M. J., 7, 26
Bush, V, 35, 47
Buten, J., 61, 75

C
CantorJ., 110, 114, 118
Carmody, D., 210
Cathcart, R. S., 184–185, 193
Chandler, D., 66, 75
Chang, G., 102, 121
Chaplin, C., 147, 164
Cheney, G., 150, 164
Chester, A., 66, 75
Christie, B., 80, 99
Clark, L. S., 93–94, 98
Cleaver, H. M., 183, 193
Cody, M. J., 16, 26
Cole, J. 1, 108, 119
Conklin, E. J., 199, 211
Coombs, W. T., 179, 193
Cornelliussen, R. A., 86, 99
Costigan, J. T., 222–223, 226

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  • Title Page *
  • Brief Contents vi
  • Detailed Contents vii
  • Preface xiv
  • Part I - The Internet as Social Technology 1
  • Chapter 1 - Using Technology to Communicate in New Ways 3
  • References *
  • Chapter 2 - Understanding How New Communication Technologies Work 29
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  • Part II - The Self Among Others 49
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  • Chapter 3 - Forming Online Identities 51
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  • Chapter 4 - Relating Online 78
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  • Chapter 5 - Seeking Therapy Online 101
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  • Chapter 6 - Communicating in Virtual Communities 122
  • References 142
  • Part III - Internet Culture and Critique 145
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  • Chapter 7 - Rebuilding Corporations Online 147
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  • Chapter 8 - Accessing the Machine 166
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  • Chapter 9 - Carving Alternative Spaces 179
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  • Chapter 10 - Pop Culture and Online Expression 194
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  • Appendix A - Introduction to Hypertext Markup Language 213
  • Appendix B - Researching the Internet Experience 222
  • References 226
  • Glossary 227
  • Author Index 235
  • Subject Index 240
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