[Air-L] by-lines for online data

Annette Markham amarkham at gmail.com
Sat Jul 2 11:39:29 PDT 2011

Two cases off the top of my head would be:

Terri Senft in interviews for my project Life Online (mid 1990s, published
in 1998 by Alta Mira)

The webcam girls interviewed by Terri Senft for her project (also late
1990s, published in 2009(?) by Peter Lang)

There are many more but these would give you a couple of references, at

On Sat, Jul 2, 2011 at 7:37 PM, Mark D. Johns <mjohns at luther.edu> wrote:

> I know there have been instances in which persons observed in online
> research have not wished to be anonymous, but rather have insisted on
> having their online writing cited and credited to them as authors. But
> for the life of me I can't recall a reference in scholarly literature
> for this phenomenon. Would anyone be willing to provide one? Thanks!
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