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Race in Cyberspace.

By: Kolko, Beth.
Contributor(s): Nakamura, Lisa | Rodman, Gilbert.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Publisher: London : Taylor and Francis, 2013Description: 1 online resource (257 p.).ISBN: 9781135266752.Subject(s): Computer networks -- Social aspects | Cyberspace -- Social aspects | Internet -- Social aspects | Race discrimination -- Computer network resources | Social interaction -- Computer network resourcesGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Race in CyberspaceDDC classification: 204 LOC classification: HT1523 -- .R252 2000ebOnline resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Cover -- Race in Cyberspace -- Copyright -- Contents -- Acknowledgments -- 1. Race in Cyberspace: An Introduction -- 2. ""Where Do You Want to Go Today?"" Cybernetic Tourism, the internet, and Transnationality -- 3. The Appended Subject: Race and Identity as Digital Assemblage -- 4. The Rewenge of the Yellowfaced Cyborg: The Rape of Digital Geishas and the Colonization of Cyber-Coolies in 3D Realms Shadow Warrior -- 5. Sexy SIMS, Racy SIMMS -- 6. In Medias Race: Filmic Representation, Networked Communication, and Racial Intermediation
7. I'll Take My Stand in Dixie-Net White Guys, the South, and Cyberspace -- 8. Margins in the Wires: Looking for Race, Gender, and Sexuality in the Blacksburg Electronic Village -- 9. Language, Identity, and the Internet -- 10. Babel Machines and Electronic IJniwereaSisra -- 11. The Computer Race Goes to Class: How Computers in Schools Helped Shape the Racial Topography of the Internet -- 12. Erasing @race: Going White in the (Inter)Face -- Contributors -- Index
Summary: Groundbreaking and timely, Race in Cyberspace brings to light the important yet vastly overlooked intersection of race and cyberspace.
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Cover -- Race in Cyberspace -- Copyright -- Contents -- Acknowledgments -- 1. Race in Cyberspace: An Introduction -- 2. ""Where Do You Want to Go Today?"" Cybernetic Tourism, the internet, and Transnationality -- 3. The Appended Subject: Race and Identity as Digital Assemblage -- 4. The Rewenge of the Yellowfaced Cyborg: The Rape of Digital Geishas and the Colonization of Cyber-Coolies in 3D Realms Shadow Warrior -- 5. Sexy SIMS, Racy SIMMS -- 6. In Medias Race: Filmic Representation, Networked Communication, and Racial Intermediation

7. I'll Take My Stand in Dixie-Net White Guys, the South, and Cyberspace -- 8. Margins in the Wires: Looking for Race, Gender, and Sexuality in the Blacksburg Electronic Village -- 9. Language, Identity, and the Internet -- 10. Babel Machines and Electronic IJniwereaSisra -- 11. The Computer Race Goes to Class: How Computers in Schools Helped Shape the Racial Topography of the Internet -- 12. Erasing @race: Going White in the (Inter)Face -- Contributors -- Index

Groundbreaking and timely, Race in Cyberspace brings to light the important yet vastly overlooked intersection of race and cyberspace.

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Beth Kolko is Assistant Professor of English at the University of Texas at Arlington. Lisa Nakamura is Assistant Professor of Communication Arts at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Gilbert B. Rodman is Assistant Professor in the Department of Communication at the University of South Florida.

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