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Doing Internet Research : Critical Issues and Methods for Examining the Net

By: Jones, Steve.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Publisher: Thousand Oaks : SAGE Publications, 1998Description: 1 online resource (328 p.).ISBN: 9781452264660.Subject(s): Cyberspace -- Social aspects -- Research -- Methodology | Internet -- Social aspects -- Research -- Methodology | Internet -- Social aspects -- United States -- Research -- Methodology | Internet (Computer network) | Research | Social aspects | Telematics -- Social aspects -- Research -- Methodology | Telematics -- Social aspects -- United States -- Research -- MethodologyGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Doing Internet Research : Critical Issues and Methods for Examining the NetDDC classification: 004.678072 | 303.4833 LOC classification: ZA4201 .D65 1999Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Cover; Half Title; Title Page; Copyright; Dedication; Contents; Preface; Acknowledgments; Introduction: Forests, Trees, and Internet Research; Chapter 1 - Studying the Net: Intricacies and Issues; Chapter 2 - Complementary Explorative Data Analysis: The Reconciliation of Quantitative and Qualitative Principles; Chapter 3 - Recontextualizing ""Cyberspace"": Methodological Considerations for On-Line Research; Chapter 4 - Studying On-Line Social Networks; Chapter 5 - Cybertalk and the Method of Instances; Chapter 6 - Configuring as a Mode of Rhetorical Analysis
Chapter 7 - From Paper-and-Pencil to Screen-and-Keyboard: Toward a Methodology for Survey Research on the InternetChapter 8 - Measuring Internet Audiences: Patrons of an On-Line Art Museum; Chapter 9 - Analyzing the Web: Directions and Challenges; Chapter 10 - There Is a There There: Notes Toward a Definition of Cybereommunity; Chapter 11 - Researching and Creating Community Networks; Chapter 12 - Beyond Netiquette: The Ethics of Doing Naturalistic Discourse Research on the Internet; Chapter 13 - Thinking the Internet: Cultural Studies Versus the Millennium; Index; About the Contributors
Summary: The Internet is a medium with great consequences for social and economic life. This book is written to help people discern in what ways it has commanded the public imagination, and the methodological issues that arise when one tries to study and understand the social processes occurring within it. The contributors offer original responses in the search for, and critique of, methods with which to study the Internet and the social, political, economic, artistic, and communicative phenomena occurring within and around it.
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Cover; Half Title; Title Page; Copyright; Dedication; Contents; Preface; Acknowledgments; Introduction: Forests, Trees, and Internet Research; Chapter 1 - Studying the Net: Intricacies and Issues; Chapter 2 - Complementary Explorative Data Analysis: The Reconciliation of Quantitative and Qualitative Principles; Chapter 3 - Recontextualizing ""Cyberspace"": Methodological Considerations for On-Line Research; Chapter 4 - Studying On-Line Social Networks; Chapter 5 - Cybertalk and the Method of Instances; Chapter 6 - Configuring as a Mode of Rhetorical Analysis

Chapter 7 - From Paper-and-Pencil to Screen-and-Keyboard: Toward a Methodology for Survey Research on the InternetChapter 8 - Measuring Internet Audiences: Patrons of an On-Line Art Museum; Chapter 9 - Analyzing the Web: Directions and Challenges; Chapter 10 - There Is a There There: Notes Toward a Definition of Cybereommunity; Chapter 11 - Researching and Creating Community Networks; Chapter 12 - Beyond Netiquette: The Ethics of Doing Naturalistic Discourse Research on the Internet; Chapter 13 - Thinking the Internet: Cultural Studies Versus the Millennium; Index; About the Contributors

The Internet is a medium with great consequences for social and economic life. This book is written to help people discern in what ways it has commanded the public imagination, and the methodological issues that arise when one tries to study and understand the social processes occurring within it. The contributors offer original responses in the search for, and critique of, methods with which to study the Internet and the social, political, economic, artistic, and communicative phenomena occurring within and around it.

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