[Air-l] suggestions for lurking researcher?

Janne Bromseth janne.bromseth at hf.ntnu.no
Fri Nov 4 05:06:12 PST 2005

At 13:51 03.11.2005 -0600, you wrote:
>Hi all,
>One of my undergraduate students (and, indeed, for another class) would like
>to research message boards (as a lurker - though I've apprised her of the
>AoIR guidelines) to determine what relationship(s), if any, may exist
>between amount/kinds of information under discussion and the emergence of
>hierarchical / power structures.
>I just know that there must be a thousand citations out there that she
>should look at - if you have any to recommend, I'd be grateful if you could
>forward those to me.
>Many thanks!  And cheers,
>Charles Ess

Hi there -
I have an article in NORA (Nordic Journal of Women's Studies) from 2001(no 
2 Volume 9) addressing gender and power structures on mailing lists that 
might be of help:
'Constructions and negotiations on interaction norms an gender on 
electronic discussion lists in Norway'
If she can read Norwegian I have some others too, but I don't count on that 
;) But if she has any other questions, she's welcome to write me!

All the best

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