Online Communication: Linking Technology, Identity, and Culture

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SUBJECT INDEX
Page numbers in italics denote terms appearing in glossaries.1984 advertisement, 38, 204 2001: A Space Odyssey,195, 202–203, 208 9/11 see September 11, 2001
A
A Nation Online,168–170, 176
ACE model, 104, 117, 227
Ad hoc communities, 182, 191, 227
Addiction, 101–102, 104–105, 107–108, 111, 117, 222, seealso Internet Addiction Disorder
Agonistic communication, 184–186, 191, 227
Agora, 20, 24, 227
Al: Artificial Intelligence,206
AIDS Memorial Quilt, 113
AintItCoolNews.com, 209
Alcoholics Anonymous, 111
All's Well That Ends Well,57
Amateur press associations (apas), 125, 140, 227
Amazing Stories,125
Amazon.com, 70
America Online (AOL), 11, 60, 127, 137, 139, 159
American Psychiatric Association, 103
American Psychological Association, 110, 115
American Standard Code for Information
Interchange (ASCII), 83
Analytical engine, 30–31, 34, 46, 227
Anonymity, 63–64, 66, 74, 82, 86, 106, 111, 135, 227
Anticipatory conformity, 152–153, 162, 227
Anti cybersquatting Consumer Protection Act, 73
Apple Computer, 38, 160, 162
Apple Safari, 214
ARPANET, 34–37, 46, 227
Artifacts, 194, 209, 227
As You Like It,57–58
Asynchronous communication, 42, 46, 89, 130, 227
AT & T, 149
Avatars, 60–61, 74, 75, 227

B
Bain, Alexander, 10
Bandwidth, 135, 140, 227
Being There,45
Bell, Alexander Graham, 10
Bentham, Jeremy, 151–152
Berners-Lee, Tim, 37
Big Brother, 96
BlackPlanet.com, 92
Blade Runner,204, 205–206, 210
Blogs, 53, 74, 179, 227
Bowling Alone,122
British Telecommunications PLC,46
Browsers, 15, 24, 37, 214, 227
Bulletin Boards Systems, 12–13, 24, 227
Burke, Kenneth, 184
Bush Doctrine, 9

C
Cafeé Herpeé, 132–133
Carnegie Mellon University, 102, 107
Celebration, Florida, 122
Celebrity, 52–53, 64
Celestial Railroad, The,196
Chain mail, 11–12
Chaplin, Charlie, 147–148
Chat rooms, See Internet relay chat(IRC)
Chiapas, 183
Children's Internet Protection Act of 2000, 105
China, 174
Chronemics, 42, 46, 227
Citizen's Band (CB)radio, 49, 65
Clue,73
Coffee houses 132
Columbine High School, 116
Columbus, Christopher, 22
Columbus Dispatch, The,105
Comic books, 110

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