[Air-L] New media and public vs. private space

Janet Sternberg janet.sternberg at nyu.edu
Tue Jun 23 06:31:58 PDT 2009


I reviewed literature on space and place from a media ecology 
perspective in my 2001 PhD dissertation, "Misbehavior in Cyber Places: 
The Regulation of Online Conduct in Virtual Communities on the Internet" 
(see Chapter 2 in particular). The dissertation is available from 
ProQuest/UMI in both printed and electronic form (PDF file) at

Regards to all,

Janet Sternberg, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor
Communication and Media Studies
Latin American and Latino Studies
Fordham University
Bronx, NY 10458-9993 USA
718-817-4855 voice | 718-817-4868 fax
jsternberg at fordham.edu | janet.sternberg at nyu.edu
President, Media Ecology Association

Holly Kruse wrote:
> A query on my own behalf...
> The last chapter of the book that I'm writing (I'm currently revising this
> chapter of the manuscript) deals with issues of private vs. public space and
> new media technologies.  I want to make sure that I'm not missing any key
> texts or insights.  Is there anything that I really must read?  I am
> focusing on fairly particularly on the notion of space.  TIA ­
> Holly
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