This peer-reviewed collection represents some of the finest research presented at the 2004 Association of Internet Researchers Conference held in Sussex in 2004. Responding to the theme of ubiquity, papers collected here represent a diverse range of inquiries into the development, as well as perceived development, of the Internet. Offering new and important work about blogs, online games, users, norms and access, to name just a few topics, this collection is a must-read for Internet scholars intent on keeping pace with a rapidly expanding field.Most of all, it looks like a complex wiring diagram with symbols, charts and color- coded squares (see figure 2 and figure 3). ... the view of the galaxy map with its systems is pretty much all the graphics you will encounter during a game session anbsp;...
|Title||:||Internet Research Annual|
|Author||:||Mia Consalvo, Kate O'Riordan|
|Publisher||:||Peter Lang - 2005-01-01|