[CITASA] CITASA 2012 issue of iCS online
cotten at uab.edu
Tue Apr 3 17:07:11 EDT 2012
Looks like a great selection of articles!
Shelia R. Cotten, PhD
Department of Sociology
University of Alabama, Birmingham
460N Heritage Hall
1530 3rd Ave S.
Birmingham, AL 35294-1152
cotten at uab.edu
From: citasa-bounces at list.citasa.org [mailto:citasa-bounces at list.citasa.org] On Behalf Of Gina Neff
Sent: Tuesday, April 03, 2012 11:59 AM
Subject: [CITASA] CITASA 2012 issue of iCS online
I am very pleased to announce that the special issue of Information, Communication & Society that features articles presented at the 2011 ASA meetings is now available online through Taylor & Francis' iFirst service.
This annual issues is sponsored by CITASA. Here is the link and below I list the Table of Contents. http://www.tandfonline.com/action/showAxaArticles?journalCode=rics20
On behalf of myself and Laura Robinson, the co-editor on the issue, I would like to thank everyone for participating. Thanks to the authors for their contributions and for their help in showcasing some of the excellent work that is happing across our entire section.
INFORMATION, COMMUNICATION & SOCIETY
Volume 15, Number 4, May 2012
Special Issue: Communication and Information Technologies Section (ASA) Special Issue
Editorial Comment: The Social Matrix of the Emergent Web: Governance, Exchange, Participation, & Engagement. Introduction to the ASA Communication and Information Technologies Section 2012 Special Issue
Gina Neff and Laura Robinson
SECTION 1: Structures of Governance and Exchange
Digital formations of the powerful and the powerless: the case of informal political knowledge
Caring capital websites
Hacking the global: constructing markets and commons through free software
The exchange of material culture among rock fans in online communities
Andrea J. Baker
SECTION 2: Participation, Movements & Engagement
The participatory web: a user perspective on Web 2.0
Grant Blank & Bianca C. Reisdorf
The trend of class, race and ethnicity in social media inequality: who still can't afford to blog?
Communicating injustice? Framing and online protest against Chinese government land expropriation
Qiongyou Pu & Stephen J. Scanlan
Private protest? Public and private engagement online
Dr. Gina Neff
Department of Communication
University of Washington
Chair, Communication and Information Technologies Section, American Sociological Association
Author, Venture Labor: Work and the Burden of Risk in Innovative Industries
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