Computers, Phones, and the Internet: Domesticating Information Technology

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Contributorsvii
ISocial Studies of Domestic Information and Communication Technologies Malcolm Brynin and Robert Kraut3
1Information Technology and Social Change
2Portraits of American Internet Use: Findings from the Pew Internet and American Life Project John B. Horrigan21
3Passing By and Passing Through Ben Anderson32
4Older People and New Technologies Yoel Raban and Malcolm Brynin43
5Information Technology and Family Time Displacement John P. Robinson and Jos De Haan51
6Examining the Effect of Internet Use on Television Viewing: Details Make a Difference Robert Kraut, Sara Kiesler, Bonka Boneva, and Irina Shklovski70
7The Neutered Computer Malcolm Brynin84
IITechnology in Context: Home, Family, and Community
8The Consumption Junction Revisited: Networks and Contexts Maria Bakardjieva97

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