Volume 12, Number 1, October 2006
Jennifer M. Heisler
, Scott L. Crabill
: Who are "stinkybug" and "Packerfan4"? Email Pseudonyms and Participants' Perceptions of Demography, Productivity, and Personality.
: Wi-Fi Powered WLAN: When Built, Who Will Use It? Exploring Predictors of Wireless Internet Adoption in the Workplace.
Carol B. Schwalbe
: Remembering Our Shared Past: Visually Framing the Iraq War on U.S. News Websites.
: The Online Public Sphere in the Arab World: The War in Iraq on the Al Arabiya Website.
Volume 12, Number 2, January 2007
: Evaluative Feedback: Perspectives on Media Effects.
William P. Cassidy
: Online News Credibility: An Examination of the Perceptions of Newspaper Journalists.
Andrew F. Herrmann
: "People Get Emotional About Their Money: " Performing Masculinity in a Financial Discussion Board.
Dan L. Burk
: Intellectual Property in the Context of e-Science.
: Connective Ethnography for the Exploration of e-Science.
Jeremy P. Birnholtz
, Daniel B. Horn
: Shake, Rattle, and Roles: Lessons from Experimental Earthquake Engineering for Incorporating Remote Users in Large-Scale E-Science Experiments.
, Max Craglia
: Situated Innovation of e-Social Science: Integrating Infrastructure, Collaboration, and Knowledge in Developing e-Social Science.
Frank C. Pappas
, Fred Volk
: Audience Counts and Reporting System: Establishing a Cyber-Infrastructure for Museum Educators.
Volume 12, Number 3, April 2007
: The Social, Political, Economic, and Cultural Dimensions of Search Engines: An Introduction.
Elizabeth Van Couvering
: Is Relevance Relevant? Market, Science, and War: Discourses of Search Engine Quality.
, Yanjun Zhang
: Equal Representation by Search Engines? A Comparison of Websites across Countries and Domains.
: Diaspora on the Electronic Frontier: Developing Virtual Connections with Sacred Homelands.
Rev. Kenshin Fukamizu
: Internet Use Among Religious Followers: Religious Postmodernism in Japanese Buddhism.
, Takanori Tamura
: Online-Religion in Japan: Websites and Religious Counseling from a Comparative Cross-Cultural Perspective.
Mitsuharu M. Watanabe
: Conflict and Intolerance in a Web Community: Effects of a System Integrating Dialogues and Monologues.
: Who's Got the Power? Religious Authority and the Internet.
Rasha A. Abdulla
: Islam, Jihad, and Terrorism in Post-9/11 Arabic Discussion Boards.
: Virtually Sacred: The Performance of Asynchronous Cyber-Rituals in Online Spaces.
Volume 12, Number 4, July 2007
, Philip N. Howard
: A Case of Mistaken Identity? News Accounts of Hacker, Consumer, and Organizational Responsibility for Compromised Digital Records.
, Isao Watanabe
: Ethos in Chaos? Reaction to Video Files Depicting Socially Harmful Images in the Channel 2 Japanese Internet Forum.
: Estimating Linguistic Diversity on the Internet: A Taxonomy to Avoid Pitfalls and Paradoxes.
: Online vs. Face-to-Face Deliberation: Effects on Civic Engagement.
Barbara L. Ley
: Vive Les Roses!: The Architecture of Commitment in an Online Pregnancy and Mothering Group.
: Blogging Practices: An Analytical Framework.
, Kiyomi Yamashita
: Psychological and Social Influences on Blog Writing: An Online Survey of Blog Authors in Japan.