[Air-l] New book: e-Living - Life in a Digital Europe

Ben Anderson benander at essex.ac.uk
Fri Feb 23 07:17:19 PST 2007


unashamed self-publicity...

I hope to persuade the publisher to send samples etc to aoir8.

"Information and Communications Technologies in Society: E-living in  
a Digital Europe"
by Ben Anderson (Editor), Malcolm Brynin (Editor), Yoel Raban  
(Editor), Jonathan Gershuny (Editor)
Routledge
ISBN-10: 0415383846
ISBN-13: 978-0415383844

Content/author list:

Introduction	
	Brynin, Anderson & Raban

Trends in ICTs and future forecasts	
	Yoel Raban

Digital Divides and Choices Reconfiguring Access: National and Cross- 
National Patterns of Internet Diffusion and Use	
	Bill Dutton and Adrian Shepherd

The social impact of broadband internet in the home
	Yoel Raban and Ben Anderson

The Mysterious East: Pluses and Minuses in the E-Europe Equation
	Maria Bakardjieva

Gender and ICTs: implications for policy and strategy
	Tal Sofer and Yoel Raban

ICT use and the elderly - cohort, lifestage or just irrelevant?	
	Deborah Diduca, Caroline Partridge, Jeroen Heres

UK Children Go Online: A child-centred approach to the experience of  
using the internet	
	Sonia Livingstone

Web use & Net nerds
	J Gershuny

Telework Transitions and the Quality of Life	
	Ben Anderson and Birgitte Yttri

Informal Social Capital and ICTs	
	Rich Ling

Social Capital, Quality of Life and Information and Communication  
Technologies	
	Ben Anderson

Civic participation and ICTs	
	Jeroen Heres and Frank Thomas

ICTs and growth potential	
	Jochen Dehio

The Relative Gains From Computer Usage And Skills: A Gender Perspective	
	Malcolm Brynin

The use of ICT in the workplace: opening the black box	
	Bram Steijn & Kea Tijdens

What does telework tell us about teleworkers?
	Leslie Haddon and Malcolm Brynin

Have Information and Communication Technologies Changed the Patterns  
of High-Skilled Migration?
	Michael Rothgang and Christoph M. Schmidt

Electronic waste and dematerialisation	
	Alberto Pasquini and Lorenzo Vicario

Sustainable business in the digital society
	Vidhya Alakeson and James Goodman

Conclusion: A slow start?
	J Gershuny



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Dr Ben Anderson
Deputy Director,
Chimera, the Institute for Social and Technical Research
University of Essex
+44 (0) 7710 187 806
blog: http://istr.wordpress.com/
web: http://www.essex.ac.uk/chimera/






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