[Air-L] Online Research Methods Texts

Pam Brewer brewerpe at appstate.edu
Thu Aug 28 06:15:36 PDT 2008


Alecea--

I, too, would like a copy of the final list.

Best!
Pam

Pamela Estes Brewer
Assistant Professor
Department of English
Appalachian State University
phone 828-262-2351
fax  828-262-2133
email  brewerpe at appstate.edu



Koen Leurs wrote:
> Dear Alecea,
>
> I'm interested in the final list when you have put it together. Works 
> I can think of at the moment are (both how-to-do books as well as 
> illustrative actual research work:)
>
> Burkhalter, B. (1999). Reading race online: discovering racial 
> identity in Usenet discussions. Communities in cyberspace. P. Kollock 
> and M. A. Smith. London / New York, Routledge.
> Hine, C. (2000). Virtual Ethnography. London, Sage Publications.
> Hine, C. (2005). Virtual Methods and the Sociology of 
> Cyber-Social-Scientific Knowledge. Virtual Methods: Issues in Social 
> Research on the Internet. C. Hine. Oxford, Berg.
> Landow, G. P. (2006). Hypertext 3.0. Critical theory and new meda in 
> an era of globalization. Baltimore, John hopkins University Press.
> Leung, L. (2005). Virtual ethnicity: race, resistance and the World 
> Wide Web. Hants / Burlington, Ashgate Publishing Limited.
> Livingstone, S. (2008). "Taking risky opportunities in youthful 
> content creation: teenagers' use of social networking sites for 
> intimacy, privacy and self-expression." New media & society 10(3): 
> 393-411.
> Mackay, H. (2005). New Connections, Familiar Settings: Issues in the 
> Ethnographic Study of New Media Use at Home. Virtual Methods: Issues 
> in Social Research on the Internet. C. Hine. Oxford, Berg.
> Nakamura, L. (2002). Cybertypes. Race, ethnicity and identity on the 
> internet. New York
> London, Routledge.
> Nakamura, L. (2008). Digitizing Race. Visual Cultures of the Internet. 
> Minneapolis, University of Minnesota Press.
>
> Hope this is helpful,
>
> Kind regards,
>
> Koen Leurs | Aio / PhD student OGC (Research Institute for Culture and 
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> Op Aug 27, 2008, om 11:40 PM heeft Alecea Standlee het volgende 
> geschreven:
>
>> Hey all,
>> I am in the process of putting together a list of books and articles 
>> to be used as a resource for students interested in studying 
>> self-representation and community building in cyberspace using 
>> qualitative methods. I have a list of some work but I would love r 
>> any suggestions or recommendations from all of you. I would also be 
>> willing to share the final list with any interested parties. Any 
>> suggestions?
>>
>> Alecea Standlee
>> Syracuse University
>> Department of Sociology
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