Asia.Com: Asia Encounters the Internet

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Index

a
Abacus 76
Abbate, Janet 68
Acxiom 77
Aditi 60
Aditjondro, George 122 , 123 , 126 n3
adolescents:
friendships 251-6 ;
identity 258 ;
Internet use 16 , 259-60 ;
virtual communities 256
agenda-setting theories 143
Akita News218
alt.religion.hindu232 , 234 , 236-7 , 243-4
alt.religion.vaisnava232-3 , 234 , 236-7 , 243-4
American Patriot Donors List 75
Andersen Consulting 76
anonymity 196-7 , 213
anti-globalization protests 72
anti-Hindu propaganda 241
anti-Semitism 84-5
Anwar Ibrahim 131 , 139
Aoki, Kumiko 228
Apakabar122
Arquilla, J. 179-80 , 187 , 189
ASEAN 5
Asia Computer Weekly105
Asian diaspora:
digital divide 45-6 ;
entrepreneurs 61 ;
professionals 48
Associated Press147
Association for Progressive Communications Women's Networking Support Program 223 , 224 , 225 n2
Australia:
Broadcasting Services Amendment (Online Services) Act 83 , 84 , 87 , 88-90 , 90 ;
Internet content regulation 86 , 87-90
Australian Broadcasting Authority 88-9
authoritarianism 114 , 129

b
Bakker, P. 178
Bangalore 49-50 , 60
banking 120
Bargh, J.A. 14
Barlow, John Perry 85
Baym, N.K. 228 , 230 , 245
Beal, Tim 8
behavioral norms 201-3
Beijing Women's Conference 223
body shopping 51
Bougainville Freedom Movement 177
Brand, Stewart 85
Brasher, Brenda 231
Broadcasting Services Amendment (Online Services) Act 83 , 84 , 87 , 88-9 , 90
Builder, C.H. 189
bulletin board services:
China 15 , 195-6 , 197-203 ;
home-bound people 215-16 ;
lurkers 203 ;
moderator 206 ;
self-realisation 206-7 ;
as virtual community 202-3 , 205-6
Burkeman, O. 34
Burmese expatriates 177
Bush, George W. 150 , 155
business surveillance 76

c
Canada 186
capitalism 48 , 62
care for elderly 214-15
Castells, Manuel 67 , 115 , 117 , 181
censorship:
China 13 , 74 , 78 , 224 ;
Indonesia 116 ;
Internet 84 , 190 ;
Malaysia 129-30
Chalk, Peter 186
Chan, Brenda 16
childcare 214
Chin, James 12
China:
bulletin board services 15 , 195-6 , 197-203 ;
censorship 13 , 74 , 78 , 200 , 224 ;
e-commerce 76 ;

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