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Part III: Overview of Peer-Reviewed Scholarship on related topics

Results from Preliminary Searches for NEH Digital Humanities Grant

 

These searches were done last fall for a grant I was writing.  I needed a sense of what was out in general as well as academic publications, so it's much less limited.  The thing to remember is that there are a lot of scholars in all fields doing internet studies who are interested in other areas than fandom, but whose work could be relevant to online fan studies.

 

Internet And Community

 

"Internet Communities: Break Down These Walls." The Economist 386 (2008): 16. Print.

Amougou, Jules. "Comparing Implementation of Internet Diffusion in the United States and France: Policies, Beliefs, and Institutions." The Review of Policy Research 25.6 (2008): 563-78. Print.

Andrew, L. Shapiro. "The Internet." Foreign Policy.115 (1999): 14-27. Print.

Anonymous. "Short(Est) Stories; the Art of Twitterature Means Making 140 Characters Count." The Washington Post; Washington, D.C.  (2009): C.1. Print.

Arthur, Lupia, and S. Philpot Tasha. "Views from inside the Net: How Websites Affect Young Adults' Political Interest." The Journal of Politics 67.4 (2005): 1122-42. Print.

Avi, Santo, and Lucas Christopher. "Engaging Academic and Nonacademic Communities through Online Scholarly Work." 48.2 (2009): 129-38. Print.

Barney, Warf, and Grimes John. "Counterhegemonic Discourses and the Internet." Geographical Review 87.2 (1997): 259-74. Print.

Boddy, Jennifer, et al. "Athena's Legacy: Preparing Women for a Mentoring Program." Social Work with Groups 31.3-4 (2008): 203-4. Print.

Bowen, Tracey. "Romancing the Screen: An Examination of Moving from Television to the World Wide Web in a Quest for Quasi-Intimacy." Journal of Popular Culture 41.4 (2008): 569-90. Print.

Brad, R. Humphreys, and E. Ruseski Jane. "Estimates of the Dimensions of the Sports Market in the Us." International Journal of Sport Finance; Morgantown 4.2 (2009): 94. Print.

Calhoun, T. C., and A. Conyers. "Focus on Deviance and Sociology." Sociological Spectrum 26.6 (2006): 529-631. Print.

Cavanagh, Allison. "From Culture to Connection: Internet Community Studies." Sociology Compass 3.1 (2009): 1-15. Print.

Charland, Louis C. "A Madness for Identitypsychiatric Labels, Consumer Autonomy, and the Perils of the Internet." 11.4 (2004): 335-49. Print.

Chen, Mark G. "Communication, Coordination, and Camaraderie in World of Warcraft." Games and Culture 4.1 (2009): 47-73. Print.

Christopher, G. Reddick. "Factors That Explain the Perceived Effectiveness of E-Government: A Survey of United States City Government Information Technology Directors." International Journal of Electronic Government Research; Hershey 5.2 (2009): 1. Print.

Crawford, A., S. Blackburn, and P. Shepherd. "Filling the Void, Connecting the Pieces: An Evaluation of Neighbourhood and Street Wardens in Leeds." Leeds: University of Leeds  (2005). Print.

Cécile, Petit, and Dounias Edmond. "L'ethnobotanique Sur Internet: Quelles Perpectives Pour Le Réseau Africain D'ethnobotanique?" Systematics and Geography of Plants 71.2 (2001): 765-76. Print.

Davidsson, Robert. "Welcome to the E-Government Library of the Future--Today." Public Management 90.3 (2008): 16-18. Print.

Dijck, Jose van. "Users Like You? Theorizing Agency in User-Generated Content." Media, Culture & Society 31.1 (2009): 41-58. Print.

Dor, Danny. "From Englishization to Imposed Multilingualismglobalization, the Internet, and the Political Economy of the Linguistic Code." 16.1 (2004): 97-118. Print.

Edieal, J. Pinker, Seidmann Abraham, and Vakrat Yaniv. "Managing Online Auctions: Current Business and Research Issues." Management Science 49.11 (2003): 1457-84. Print.

Edward, E. Leamer, and Storper Michael. "The Economic Geography of the Internet Age." Journal of International Business Studies 32.4 (2001): 641-65. Print.

Edward, J. Malecki. "The Economic Geography of the Internet's Infrastructure." Economic Geography 78.4 (2002): 399-424. Print.

Erich, R. Merkle, and A. Richardson Rhonda. "Digital Dating and Virtual Relating: Conceptualizing Computer Mediated Romantic Relationships." Family Relations 49.2 (2000): 187-92. Print.

Estache, Antonio, Marco Manacorda, and Tommaso M. Valletti. "Telecommunications Reform, Access Regulation, and Internet Adoption in Latin America." 2.2 (2002): 153-217. Print.

Everett, Anna. "The Revolution Will Be Digitizedafrocentricity and the Digital Public Sphere." 20.2 (2002): 125-46. Print.

Evertsen, David. "Wi-Fi Rfps and Vendor Evaluation: Ask the Right Questions When You Prepare for Wireless Internet." Public Management 89.6 (2007): 20-4. Print.

Feigelman, William. "Internet Support Groups for Suicide Survivors: A New Mode for Gaining Bereavement Assistance." Omega (Farmingdale, N.Y.) 57.3 (2008): 217-43. Print.

Feil, Edward G., et al. "Expanding the Reach of Preventive Interventions: Development of an Internet-Based Training for Parents of Infants." Child Maltreatment 13.4 (2008): 334-46. Print.

Ferguson, Ross. "Convergent Evolution: The Development of Online Engagement in Westminster and Whitehall through the Use of Online Forums." Parliamentary Affairs 61.1 (2008): 216-25. Print.

Ferriter, Meghan M. ""Arguably the Greatest": Sport Fans and Communities at Work on Wikipedia." Sociology of Sport Journal 26.1 (2009): 127-54. Print.

Fogel, Joshua. "Internet Social Network Communities: Risk Taking, Trust, and Privacy Concerns." Computers in Human Behavior 25.1 (2009): 153-60. Print.

Friedman, Elisabeth J. "The Reality of Virtual Realitythe Internet and Gender Equality Advocacy in Latin America." 47.3 (2005): 1-34. Print.

Fuchs, Christian. "The Role of Income Inequality in a Multivariate Cross-National Analysis of the Digital Divide." Social Science Computer Review 27.1 (2009): 41-58. Print.

Getachew, Milly. "Backing Black." New Statesman (London, England: 1996) 137 (2008): 19-20. Print.

Ghorashi, Halleh. "Paradoxes of Transnational Space and Local Activism: Iranians Organizing across Borders." Focaal.47 (2006): 90-102. Print.

Grant, Anna, Fiona David, and Peter Grabosky. "The Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children." Current Issues in Criminal Justice 12.3 (2001): 269-87. Print.

Hachigian, Nina. "The Internet and Power in One-Party East Asian States." 25.3 (2002): 41-58. Print.

Hall, Gary. "Wikination: On Peace and Conflict in the Middle East." Cultural Politics 5.1 (2009): 5-25. Print.

Harrison, Rodney. "Excavating Second Life: Cyber-Archaeologies, Heritage and Virtual Communities." Journal of Material Culture 14.1 (2009): 75-106. Print.

Hayot, Eric, and Edward Wesp. "Reading Game/Texteverquest, Alienation, and Digital Communities." 14.2 (2004). Print.

Hick, S. "Connecting Aboriginal Learners in Remote Communities: An Online Social Work Course." Journal of Technology in Human Services  (2002). Print.

Hugh, D. Wilson. "Informatics: New Media and Paths of Data Flow." Taxon 50.2 (2001): 381-87. Print.

Hughey, Matthew W. "Virtual (Br)Others and (Re)Sisters: Authentic Black Fraternity and Sorority Identity on the Internet." Journal of Contemporary Ethnography 37.5 (2008): 528-60. Print.

Hunter, Sally V. "Child Maltreatment in Remote Aboriginal Communities and the Northern Territory Emergency Response: A Complex Issue." Australian Social Work 61.4 (2008): 372-88. Print.

Ives, Nicole G., and Oonagh Aitken. "Technology and Access: Responding to the Social Work Education Needs of First Nations and Inuit Communities." Social Work Education 27.6 (2008): 683-92. Print.

Jackson, P. A. "Pre-Gay, Post-Queer: Thai Perspectives on Proliferating Gender/Sex Diversity in Asia." Journal of Homosexuality  (2001). Print.

Jain, Abhijit. "Government as Catalyst: Can It Work Again with Wireless Internet Access?" Public Administration Review (Washington, D.C.) 67.6 (2007): 993-1005. Print.

Janet, Abbate. "Government, Business, and the Making of the Internet." The Business History Review 75.1 (2001): 147-76. Print.

Jerry, C. Johnson, et al. "Building Community Participatory Research Coalitions from the Ground Upthe Philadelphia Area Research Community Coalition." 3.1 (2009): 61-72. Print.

Judson, Janis L., and Donna M. Bertazzoni. "Law, Media, and Culture: The Landscape of Hate." New York: Peter Lang  (2002). Print.

Kelly, K. J. "Utilizing Technology: The Challenges and Opportunities Facing 'Substance Abuse' Professionals in Rural Communities." Substance Use & Misuse  (2002). Print.

Kenneth, L. Hacker, M. Mason Shana, and L. Morgan Eric. "Digital Disempowerment in a Network Society." International Journal of Electronic Government Research; Hershey 5.2 (2009): 57. Print.

Kennison, Peter, and Malcolm Read. ""The Internet and Child Protection (Part 1)."." Community Safety Journal 2.2 (2003): 20-25. Print.

Kim, Younghee, and Sung-Yeon Park. "Reverse Acculturation: A New Cultural Phenomenon Examined through an Emerging Wedding Practice of Korean Americans in the United States." Family and Consumer Sciences Research Journal 37.3 (2009): 359-75. Print.

Konieczny, Piotr. "Governance, Organization, and Democracy on the Internet: The Iron Law and the Evolution of Wikipedia." Sociological Forum 24.1 (2009): 162-92. Print.

Kulkin, Heidi S., June Williams, and Bonnie Ahn. "Exploring Baccalaureate Social Work Students and Web-Based Learning." The Journal of Baccalaureate Social Work 13.2 (2008): 97-113. Print.

Kur, Ed, Daphne DePorres, and Nancy Westrup. "Teaching and Learning Action Research: Transforming Students, Faculty and University in Mexico." Action Research 6.3 (2008): 327-49. Print.

Lars, Fuglsang. "It and Senior Citizens: Using the Internet for Empowering Active Citizenship." Science, Technology, & Human Values 30.4 (2005). Print.

Larsen, Anne Karin, et al. "E-Teacher Challenges and Competences in International Comparative Social Work Courses." Social Work Education 27.6 (2008): 623-33. Print.

Lawrence, Lessig. "The Internet under Siege." Foreign Policy.127 (2001): 56-65. Print.

Levenson, J. S., and L. P. Cotter. "The Effect of Megan's Law on Sex Offender Reintegration." Journal of Contemporary Criminal Justice 21.1 (2005): 49-66. Print.

Loftis, Kenyatha V. "Using the Internet to Create Research Opportunities: The New Virtual Communities of Tess and the American National Election Studies." PS, Political Science & Politics 41.3 (2008): 547-50. Print.

Mark, Griffiths. "Sex on the Internet: Observations and Implications for Internet Sex Addiction." The Journal of Sex Research 38.4 (2001): 333-42. Print.

Mark, P. Whitaker. "Tamilnet.Com: Some Reflections on Popular Anthropology, Nationalism, and the Internet." Anthropological Quarterly 77.3 (2004): 469-98. Print.

Matzat, Uwe. "The Embeddedness of Academic Online Groups in Offline Social Networks: Reputation Gain as a Stimulus for Online Discussion Participation?" International Sociology 24.1 (2009): 63-92. Print.

Mayer, M., and J. E. Till. "The Internet: A Modern Pandora's Box?" Quality of Life Research 5.6 (1996): 568-71. Print.

McCormick, Patricia K. "Internet Access in Africaa Critical Review of Public Policy Issues." 22.1 (2002): 140-44. Print.

McIntosh, Wayne V., and Paul Harwook. "The Internet and America's Changing Sense of Community." 11.3 (2002): 25-28. Print.

McNeill, Laurie. "Teaching an Old Genre New Tricksthe Diary on the Internet." 26.1 (2003): 24-47. Print.

Metzl, Jamie F. "Life: Coming to a Screen near You." World Policy Journal 25.3 (2008): 247-51. Print.

Mitra, Raul. "Queer Blogging in Indian Digital Diasporas: A Dialogic Encounter." Journal of Communication Inquiry 32.4 (2008): 400-23. Print.

Montgomery, K. C. "Children's Media Culture in the New Millennium: Mapping the Digital Landscape." The Future of Children  (2000). Print.

Moore, Brenda. "Using Technology to Promote Communities of Practice (Cop) in Social Work Education." Social Work Education 27.6 (2008): 592-600. Print.

Mossberger, Karen. "Going Online without Easy Access: A Tale of Three Cities." Journal of Urban Affairs 30.5 (2008): 469-88. Print.

Palmer, Nanci, and Mark Kaufman. "The Ethics of Informed Consent: Implications for Multicultural Practice." Journal of Ethnic & Cultural Diversity in Social Work, vol. 12, no. 1, pp. 1-26 12.1 (2003): 1-26. Print.

Paul, DiMaggio, et al. "Social Implications of the Internet." Annual Review of Sociology  (2001): 307-36. Print.

Pierce, John C., and Nicholas P. Lovrich. "Internet Technology Transfer and Social Capitalaggregate and Individual Relationships in American Cities." 1.1 (2003): 49-71. Print.

Pollard, Beth. "Libraries: Partners in Sustaining Communities." Public Management 90.2 (2008): 18-22. Print.

Posfai, Marianna, and Andrea Fejer. "The Ehungary Programme 2.0." Innovation: The European Journal of Social Science Research 21.4 (2008): 407-15. Print.

Prasad, Arvin. "Visit These Web Sites On "Diverse Communities"." Public Management 90.2 (2008): 4. Print.

Pruijt, H. "Social Capital and the Equalizing Potential of the Internet." Social Science Computer Review  (2002). Print.

Puente, Sonia Nunez. "From Cyberfeminism to Technofeminism: From an Essentialist Perspective to Social Cyberfeminism in Certain Feminist Practices in Spain." Women's Studies International Forum 31.6 (2008): 434-40. Print.

Rashley, Lisa Hammond. ""Work It out with Your Wife"Gendered Expectations and Parenting Rhetoric Online." 17.1 (2005): 58-92. Print.

Rau, Pei-Luen Patrick. "Relationship between the Level of Intimacy and Lurking in Online Social Network Services." Computers in Human Behavior 24.6 (2008): 2757-70. Print.

Raven McCrory, Wallace. "A Framework for Understanding Teaching with the Internet." American Educational Research Journal 41.2 (2004): 447-88. Print.

Raymond, Chipeniuk. "Planning for Amenity Migration in Canada: Current Capacities of Interior British Columbian Mountain Communities." Mountain Research and Development 24.4 (2004): 327-35. Print.

Robert, H. Woody. "Popular Music in School: Remixing the Issues." Music Educators Journal 93.4 (2007): 32-37. Print.

Sally, Wyatt. "Danger! Metaphors at Work in Economics, Geophysiology, and the Internet." Science, Technology, & Human Values 29.2 (2004): 242-61. Print.

Samuel, M. Wilson, and C. Peterson Leighton. "The Anthropology of Online Communities." Annual Review of Anthropology  (2002): 449-67. Print.

Sara, Corbett. "Portrait of an Artists as an Avatar." New York Times Magazine; New York  (2009): 22. Print.

Schultz, J. A. "The Community Tool Box: Using the Internet to Support the Work of Community Health and Development." Journal of Technology in Human Services  (2000). Print.

Sekhon, Joti. "Engendering Grassroots Democracyresearch, Training, and Networking for Women in Local Self-Governance in India." 18.2 (2006): 101-22. Print.

Slane, Andrea. "Democracy, Social Space, and the Internet." 57.1 (2007): 81-105. Print.

Stephen, B. Fawcett, et al. "The Community Tool Box: A Web-Based Resource for Building Healthier Communities." Public Health Reports (1974-) 115.2 (2000): 274-78. Print.

Terranova, Tiziana. "Free Laborproducing Culture for the Digital Economy." 18.2 (2000): 33-58. Print.

Theodore, J. Weller, and J. Zielinski William. "Using an Internet Questionnaire to Characterize Bat Survey Efforts in the United States and Canada." Wildlife Society Bulletin 34.4 (2006): 1000-08. Print.

Vaden, Tere, and Juha Suoranta. "A Definition and Criticism of Cybercommunism." Capital & Class.97 (2009): 159-77. Print.

Waldman, Julia, and Jackie Rafferty. "Technology-Supported Learning and Teaching in Social Work in the Uk-a Critical Overview of the Past, Present and Possible Futures." Social Work Education 27.6 (2008): 581-91. Print.

Watson-Thompson, Jomella, Stephen B. Fawcett, and Jerry A. Schultz. "Differential Effects of Strategic Planning on Community Change in Two Urban Neighborhood Coalitions." American Journal of Community Psychology 42.1-2 (2008): 25-2. Print.

Weitzer, R., and C. E. Kubrin. "Breaking News: How Local Tv News and Real-World Conditions Affect Fear of Crime." Justice Quarterly 21.3 (2004): 497-520. Print.

Woolis, D. D. "Human Services Dot Net." Policy & Practice  (2003). Print.

Wright, M. A. "The Requirements of Community: An Online Survey of the Social Work Access Network (Swan)." Journal of Technology in Human Services  (2000). Print.

 

 

Participatory Culture Internet Social Science Databases

 

Anonymous. "Short(Est) Stories; the Art of Twitterature Means Making 140 Characters Count." The Washington Post; Washington, D.C.  (2009): C.1. Print.

Arthur, Lupia, and S. Philpot Tasha. "Views from inside the Net: How Websites Affect Young Adults' Political Interest." The Journal of Politics 67.4 (2005): 1122-42. Print.

Balázs, Vedres, Bruszt László, and Stark David. "Organizing Technologies: Genre Forms of Online Civic Association in Eastern Europe." Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science 597 (2005). Print.

Brad, R. Humphreys, and E. Ruseski Jane. "Estimates of the Dimensions of the Sports Market in the Us." International Journal of Sport Finance; Morgantown 4.2 (2009): 94. Print.

Carpentier, Nico. "The Belly of the City: Alternative Communicative City Networks." The International Communication Gazette 70.3-4 (2008): 237-55. Print.

Christiana, Ochoa. "The Relationship of Participatory Democracy to Participatory Law Formation." 15.1 (2008): 5-18. Print.

Christopher, G. Reddick. "Factors That Explain the Perceived Effectiveness of E-Government: A Survey of United States City Government Information Technology Directors." International Journal of Electronic Government Research; Hershey 5.2 (2009): 1. Print.

Collin, Philippa. "The Internet, Youth Participation Policies, and the Development of Young People's Political Identities in Australia." Journal of Youth Studies 11.5 (2008): 527-42. Print.

David, Novitz. "Participatory Art and Appreciative Practice." The Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism 59.2 (2001): 153-65. Print.

Deery, June. "Tv.Com: Participatory Viewing on the Web." Journal of Popular Culture 37.2 (2003): 161-83. Print.

Dennis, Kingsley. "Keeping a Close Watch- the Rise of Self-Surveillance and the Threat of Digital Exposure." The Sociological Review 56.3 (2008): 347-57. Print.

Flicker, Sarah, et al. "Using Technology and Participatory Action Research to Engage Youth in Health Promotion." Action Research 6.3 (2008): 285-303. Print.

Fox, Ragan. "Sober Drag Queens, Digital Forests, and Bloated 'Lesbians': Performing Gay Identities Online." Qualitative Inquiry 14.7 (2008): 1245-63. Print.

Garry, Rodan. "The Internet and Political Control in Singapore." Political Science Quarterly 113.1 (1998): 63-89. Print.

George, Dafermos, and Serberg Johan. "The Hacker Movement as a Continuation of Labour Struggle." Capital & Class; London  (2009): 53. Print.

Gianpaolo, Baiocchi. "Emergent Public Spheres: Talking Politics in Participatory Governance." American Sociological Review 68.1 (2003): 52-74. Print.

Giles, Mohan, and Stokke Kristian. "Participatory Development and Empowerment: The Dangers of Localism." Third World Quarterly 21.2 (2000): 247-68. Print.

Green, Judith M. "Participatory Democracymovements, Campaigns, and Democratic Living." 18.1 (2004): 60-71. Print.

Guillermo, Gómez-Peña. "The New Global Culture: Somewhere between Corporate Multiculturalism and the Mainstream Bizarre (a Border Perspective)." TDR (1988-) 45.1 (2001): 7-30. Print.

Jin, Dal Yong, and Florence Chee. "Age of New Media Empires: A Critical Interpretation of the Korean Online Game Industry." Games and Culture 3.1 (2008): 38-58. Print.

Jon, Ippolito. "Ten Myths of Internet Art." Leonardo 35.5 (2002): 485-87+89-49. Print.

Jonathan, Weinberg. "Icann and the Problem of Legitimacy." Duke Law Journal 50.1 (2000): 187-260. Print.

Kathryn, C. Montgomery. "Children's Media Culture in the New Millennium: Mapping the Digital Landscape." The Future of Children 10.2 (2000): 145-67. Print.

Kavanaugh*, Andrea, et al. "Net Gains in Political Participation: Secondary Effects of Internet on Community." Information, Communication & Society, vol. 11, no. 7, pp. 933-963 11.7 (2008): 933-63. Print.

Kenneth, L. Hacker, M. Mason Shana, and L. Morgan Eric. "Digital Disempowerment in a Network Society." International Journal of Electronic Government Research; Hershey 5.2 (2009): 57. Print.

Kur, Ed, Daphne DePorres, and Nancy Westrup. "Teaching and Learning Action Research: Transforming Students, Faculty and University in Mexico." Action Research 6.3 (2008): 327-49. Print.

Laura, Gordon-Murnane. "The 51st State: The State of Online." Searcher; Medford 17.5 (2009): 28. Print.

Li, Ying. "Digital Storytelling as Participatory Media Practice for Empowerment: The Case of the Chinese Immigrants in the San Gabriel Valley (California)." Dissertation Abstracts International, A: The Humanities and Social Sciences, vol. 68, no. 10, pp. 4125 68.10 (2008). Print.

Marj, Plumb, et al. "Assessing Process and Outcomesevaluating Community-Based Participatory Research." 2.2 (2008): 87-97. Print.

Marjorie, A. Schaffer. "A Virtue Ethics Guide to Best Practices for Community-Based Participatory Research." 3.1 (2009): 83-90. Print.

Martey, Rosa Mikeal, and Jennifer Stromer-Galley. "The Digital Dollhouse: Context and Social Norms in the Sims Online." Games and Culture 2.4 (2007): 314-34. Print.

Mauro, F. Guillen. "Is Globalization Civilizing, Destructive or Feeble? A Critique of Five Key Debates in the Social Science Literature." Annual Review of Sociology  (2001): 235-60. Print.

Nerone, John. "News Form and the Media Environment: A Network of Represented Relationships." Media, Culture & Society 25.1 (2003): 111-24. Print.

Palmer, Nanci, and Mark Kaufman. "The Ethics of Informed Consent: Implications for Multicultural Practice." Journal of Ethnic & Cultural Diversity in Social Work, vol. 12, no. 1, pp. 1-26 12.1 (2003): 1-26. Print.

Park, Han Woo, and Nicholas W. Jankowski. "A Hyperlink Network Analysis of Citizen Blogs in South Korean Politics." Javnost/The Public 15.2 (2008): 57-74. Print.

Paskaleva-Shapira, Krassimira, Jose Azorin, and Aline Chiabai. "Enhancing Digital Access to Local Cultural Heritage through E-Governance: Innovations in Theory and Practice from Genoa, Italy." Innovation: The European Journal of Social Science Research 21.4 (2008): 389-405. Print.

Puente, Sonia Nunez. "From Cyberfeminism to Technofeminism: From an Essentialist Perspective to Social Cyberfeminism in Certain Feminist Practices in Spain." Women's Studies International Forum 31.6 (2008): 434-40. Print.

Pusnik, Marusa, and Gregor Starc. "An Entertaining (R)Evolution: The Rise of Television in Socialist Slovenia." Media 30.6 (2008): 777-93. Print.

Ricardo, B. Duque, et al. "Collaboration Paradox: Scientific Productivity, the Internet, and Problems of Research in Developing Areas." Social Studies of Science 35.5 (2005). Print.

Robert, H. Woody. "Popular Music in School: Remixing the Issues." Music Educators Journal 93.4 (2007): 32-37. Print.

Samuel, M. Wilson, and C. Peterson Leighton. "The Anthropology of Online Communities." Annual Review of Anthropology  (2002): 449-67. Print.

Sara, Corbett. "Portrait of an Artists as an Avatar." New York Times Magazine; New York  (2009): 22. Print.

Sekhon, Joti. "Engendering Grassroots Democracyresearch, Training, and Networking for Women in Local Self-Governance in India." 18.2 (2006): 101-22. Print.

Shannon, O'Lear. "Networks of Engagement: Electronic Communication and Grassroots Environmental Activism in Kaliningrad." Geografiska Annaler. Series B, Human Geography 81.3 (1999): 165-78. Print.

Shefrin, Elana. "Lord of the Rings, Star Wars, and Participatory Fandom: Mapping New Congruencies between the Internet and Media Entertainment Culture." Critical Studies in Media Communication 21.3 (2004): 261-81. Print.

Spierings, Niels, Jeroen Smits, and Mieke Verloo. "On the Compatibility of Islam and Gender Equality." Social Indicators Research 90.3 (2009): 503-22. Print.

Stacey, Paul. "'Wikivism': From Communicative Capitalism to Organized Networks." Cultural Politics 4.1 (2008): 73-99. Print.

Suarez-Balcazar, Yolanda, Fabricio E. Balcazar, and Tina Taylor-Ritzler. "Using the Internet to Conduct Research with Culturally Diverse Populations: Challenges and Opportunities." Cultural Diversity & Ethnic Minority Psychology 15.1 (2009): 96-104. Print.

Suzanne, F. Jackson. "A Participatory Group Process to Analyze Qualitative Data." 2.2 (2008): 161-70. Print.

Telotte, J. P. "The "Blair Witch Project" Project: Film and the Internet." Film Quarterly 54.3 (2001): 32-39. Print.

Vanessa, Colella. "Participatory Simulations: Building Collaborative Understanding through Immersive Dynamic Modeling." The Journal of the Learning Sciences 9.4 (2000): 471-500. Print.

Washington, William N. "Collaborative/Participatory Research." 15.1 (2004): 18-29. Print.

Wesley, Shrum. "Reagency of the Internet, or, How I Became a Guest for Science." Social Studies of Science 35.5 (2005). Print.

Wright, Scott, and John Street. "Democracy, Deliberation and Design: The Case of Online Discussion Forums." New Media & Society 9.5 (2007): 849-69. Print.

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