|Figure 1.1. The Level of Interdependence and Social Complexity on the Internet.||19|
|Figure 1.2. Diffusion and Structure of the Internet or Information Technology Networks.||22|
|Figure 4.1. Relationship between the Micro-Macro Continuum and the Degree of Cultural Stability.||81|
|Figure 5.1. Human Rights and the Law.||100|
|Figure 5.2. A Model for Classifying Internet/Technology Skill Levels.||111|
|Figure 6.1. A Model for Comparing Codes of Conduct across Associations.||133|
|Figure 7.1. A Model for Classifying some Important Definite Stakeholders in Domestic and Other Markets.||148|
|Figure 7.2. A Framework for Understanding Web Behavior.||158|
|Figure 8.1. Prevalence of Community Characteristics and Level of Structure of an “Internet Community.”||184|
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Publication information: Book title: The Internet as a Diverse Community: Cultural, Organizational, and Political Issues. Contributors: Urs E. Gattiker - Author. Publisher: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates. Place of publication: Mahwah, NJ. Publication year: 2001. Page number: xix.
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