[Air-L] Air-L Digest, Vol 74, Issue 9
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Tue Sep 7 01:21:11 PDT 2010
maybe you can search for Martha McCaughey and Michael D.Ayers book,
Cyberactivism: Online activism in theory and practice, Routledge, 2003.
Date: Sun, 5 Sep 2010 16:03:44 -0500
From: Holly Kruse <holly.kruse at gmail.com>
To: air-l at aoir.org
Subject: [Air-L] Theories of computer networks
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I'm curious: what are recommended sources for social and cultural theories of
computer networks?: specifically, social theories having to do with the
technology's expansion across space. I'm need to make a fairly explicit analogy
between the social implications of the historical development/organization and
colonization of space of computer networks and another, older communication
technology. I don't need to make analogies to other older communication
technologies (writing, print, telegraph, telephone, radio, TV, etc. ? or
phonograph, on which I've written. I pretty familiar with that literature).
For purposes of this project, I just need sources on computer networks. I
probably need to re-read Castells, because it's been a while. Anything else?
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