Journal Contents: International Journal of E-Politics (IJEP)

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Volume 9 (2018)
Issue 1
Special Issue on Environmental Communication
Guest Editorial Preface
I. Arul Aram (Anna University, Chennai, India)
Article 1
Climate Change Information and Media: A Study Among Youth in India (pages 1-14)
B. N. Neelima (Sri Padmavati Women's University, Tirupati, India)
Article 2
Newspaper Framing of Climate Change and Sustainability Issues in India (pages 15-28)
T Nirmala (Anna University, Chennai, India), I. Arul Aram (Anna University, Chennai, India)
Article 3
A Study on the Environmental Campaigns in Traditional and Social Media (pages 29-47)
Sunitha Kuppuswamy (Anna University, Chennai, India)
Article 4
Mobile Extension in Enhancing the Livelihood of Farmers in India (pages 48-58)
G. Sakthivel Murugan (Vikatan magazine, Chennai, India), I. Arul Aram (Anna University, Chennai, India), S. Amal Raj (Anna University, Chennai, India), A. Arivudai Nambi (World Resources Institute Chennai, India), Nancy J. Anabel (M.S. Swaminathan Research Foundation, Chennai, India)
Issue 2
Article 1
Post-Truth: Hoaxes, Misinformation, Trust and Reputation in the Network Society (pages 1-13)
Luciano Paccagnella (University of Torino, Torino, Italy)
Article 2
Leveraging CIO Power to Enhance the Relationship Between Social Alignment and IT-Business Strategic Alignment (pages 14-34)
Jennifer E Gerow (Virginia Military Institute, Lexington, USA)
Article 3
Exploring Factors Associated With Digital and Conventional Political Participation in the Caribbean (pages 35-52)
Emmanuel Adugu (University of West Indies, Cave Hill, Barbados), Pearson A Broome (University of West Indies, Cave Hill, Barbados)
Volume 8 (2017)
Issue 1
Editorial Preface
Yasmin Ibrahim (Queen Mary, University of London, UK)
Article 1
Mediatized Witnessing and the Ethical Imperative of Capture (pages 1-13)
Sasha A Q Scott (Queen Mary University of London, United Kingdom)
Article 2
Political Participation in the Form of Online Petitions: A Comparison of Formal and Informal Petitioning (pages 14-29)
Janne Berg (Åbo Akademi University, Political Science, Vasa, Finland)
Article 3
Organization Still Matters: Parties' Characteristics, Posting and Followers' Reactions on Facebook (pages 30-49)
Rosa Borge Bravo (Open University of Catalonia, Department of Law and Political Science, Barcelona, Spain), Marc Esteve Del Valle (University of Groningen, Department of Media Studies and Journalism, Groningen, Netherlands)
Article 4
Interaction on Instagram?: Glimpses from the 2014 Swedish Elections (pages 50-66)
Uta Russmann (Department of Communication, Marketing & Sales, FHWien of WKW University of Applied Sciences for Management & Communication, Vienna, Austria), Jakob Svensson (School of Arts & Communication, Malmö University, Malmö, Sweden)
Issue 2
EDITOR'S NOTE
Editorial Preface
Yasmin Ibrahim (Queen Mary University of London, UK), Romm Livermore (Wayne State University, USA)
Article 1
The Politicization of Selfie Journalism: An Empirical Study to Parliamentary Elections (pages 1-16)
Theodora Maniou (Frederick University, Nicosia, Cyprus), Kosmas Panagiotidis (Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Thessaloniki, Greece), Andreas Veglis (Department of Journalism and Mass Communication, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Thessaloniki, Greece)
Article 2
Construction of the Political Other in Citizens' Comments on Politicians' Facebook Pages (pages 17-29)
Oyewole Adekunle Oladapo (University of Ibadan, Department of Communication and Language Arts, Ibadan, Nigeria)
Article 3
An Evidence-Based Approach to the Use of Social Media to Promote Political Literacy among Youth in the Sultanate of Oman (pages 30-39)
Mohammed Nasser Al-Suqri (Sultan Qaboos Univeristy, College of Arts and Social Sciences, Al-Khoud, Oman), Salim Said AlKindi (Sultan Qaboos Univeristy, College of Arts and Social Sciences, Al-Khoud, Oman), Abdullah Khamis Al-Kindi (Sultan Qaboos Univeristy, College of Arts and Social Sciences, Al-Khoud, Oman)
Article 4
Postphenomenological Performance in Interactive Narrative (pages 40-55)
Daniel Paul O'Brien (University of Glasgow, Department of Film and Television Studies, Glasgow, Scotland)
Issue 3
Special Issue on E-Politics of Immersion - Immersive Storytelling in Digital Ecosystems: ‘Down the Rabbit Hole'
Guest Editorial Preface
Christian Stiegler (Brunel University London, United Kingdom)
Article 1
The Politics of Immersive Storytelling: Virtual Reality and the Logics of Digital Ecosystems (pages 1-15)
Christian Stiegler (Brunel University London, United Kingdom)
Article 2
Navigating an Immersive Narratology: Factors to Explain the Reception of Fake News (pages 16-29)
Bradley E. Wiggins (Webster Vienna Private University, Austria)
Article 3
Article 4
An ‘Amuse-Bouche at Best': 360° VR Storytelling in Full Perspective (pages 42-50)
Paul Moody (Brunel University London, United Kingdom)
Issue 4
Article 1
Israeli Representatives' Use of and Attitudes Toward Web Applications (pages 1-20)
Osnat Akirav (Political Science, The Western Galilee College, Acre, Israel)
Article 2
How Have Irish Parliamentarians Adapted to the Age of Web 2.0? (pages 21-33)
Neil Collins (University College Cork, Cork, Ireland), Julie Yu-Wen Chen (University of Helsinki, Helsinki, Finland)
Article 3
Flow as a Framework to Engage Youth in Participatory Politics on Social Media Platforms (pages 34-48)
Sohail Dahdal (Mass Communication Department, American University of Sharjah, Sharjah, United Arab Emirates)
Article 4
Critical Mass of Women Legislators and Oversight for National ICT Policy of Malawi (pages 49-67)
Frank Makoza (Department of Information Systems, University of Cape Town, Cape Town, South Africa)
Volume 7 (2016)
Issue 1
Article 1
Interacting with Whom?: Swedish Parliamentarians on Twitter during the 2014 Elections (pages 1-15)
Jakob Svensson (Department of Informatics and Media, Uppsala University, Uppsala, Sweden), Anders Olof Larsson (Faculty of Management, Westerdals Oslo School of Arts, Communication & Technology, Oslo, Norway)
Article 2
Challenger Networks of Food Policy on the Internet: A Comparative Study of Structures and Coalitions in Germany, the UK, the US, and Switzerland (pages 16-36)
Barbara Pfetsch (Freie Universität Berlin, Berlin, Germany), Daniel Maier (Freie Universität Berlin, Berlin, Germany), Peter Miltner (Freie Universität Berlin, Berlin, Germany), Annie Waldherr (Freie Universität Berlin, Berlin, Germany)
Article 3
Conflict as a Barrier to Online Political Participation?: A Look at Political Participation in an Era of Web and Mobile Connectivity (pages 37-53)
Francis Dalisay (University of Guam, Mangilao, GU, USA), Matthew J. Kushin (Shepherd University, Shepherdstown, WV, USA), Masahiro Yamamoto (University of Wisconsin-La Crosse, La Crosse, WI, USA)
Article 4
The Illusion of Democracy in Online Consumer Restaurant Reviews (pages 54-65)
Morag Kobez (School of Journalism, Media and Communication, Queensland University of Technology, New Farm, Australia)
Issue 2
Article 1
Food, Photography and the Indian Pastoral (pages 1-15)
Aileen Blaney (Srishti Institute of Art, Design, and Technology, Bangalore, India)
Article 2
Women Can't Win: Gender Irony and the E-Politics of The Biggest Loser (pages 16-36)
Michael S. Bruner (Department of Communication, Humboldt State University, Arcata, CA, USA), Karissa Valine (Department of Communication, Humboldt State University, Arcata, CA, USA), Berenice Ceja (Department of Communication, Humboldt State University, Arcata, CA, USA)
Article 3
Embodying Trust in the Electoral System: The Role of Delegated Transferable Voting for Increasing Voter Choice and Representation of Small Political Parties in the Digital Age (pages 37-50)
Jonathan Bishop (Centre for Research into Online Communities and E-Learning Systems, Swansea, UK), Mark Beech (Centre for Research into Online Communities and E-Learning Systems, Swansea, UK)
Article 4
Self-Production through the Banal and the Fictive: Self and the Relationship with the Screen (pages 51-61)
Yasmin Ibrahim (Queen Mary University of London, London, UK)
Trigger Warning: Is the Fear of Being Offensive Killing Free Speech?
Book Review
Jonathan Bishop (Centre for Research into Online Communities and E-Learning Systems, Swansea, UK)
Issue 3
Special Issue on E-Diaspora: Living Digitally
Guest Editorial Preface
Tori Arthur (Bowling Green State University, Bowling Green, OH, USA), Radhika Gajjala (Bowling Green State University, Bowling Green, OH, USA)
Article 1
The Indernet: From Internet Portal to the Social Web (pages 1-14)
Urmila Goel (European University Viadrina, Frankfurt, Germany)
Article 2
Article 3
Feeling (Dis)Connected: Diasporic LGBTQs and Digital Media (pages 35-48)
Alexander Dhoest (University of Antwerp, Antwerp, Belgium)
Article 4
Nollywood Afrogeeks: Nigerian Cinema, Digital Diasporas, and African Immigrants in the United States (pages 49-64)
Tori Arthur (Lawrence University, Appleton, WI, USA)
Article 5
Diasporizing the Digital Humanities: Displacing the Center and Periphery (pages 65-78)
Roopika Risam (Department of English, Salem State University, Salem, MA, USA)
Issue 4
Special Issue on Democratizing Research for Social Justice: The Role of Digital Technologies and Audio-Visual Tools
Guest Editorial Preface
Alejandra Boni (INGENIO (CSIC-UPV), Universidad Politécnica de Valencia, Valencia, Spain), Gynna Millan (Queen Mary University of London, London, UK)
Article 1
PAR and Digital Inclusion, An Analysis Using the Capabilities Approach and Critical Pedagogy (pages 1-15)
Sammia Cristina Poveda Villalba (United Nations University Institute on Computing and Society, Macau)
Article 2
Playing with Participatory Action Research (PAR): The Role of Digital and Audio-Visual Tools (pages 16-25)
Gioel Gioacchino (Institute Development Studies, University of Sussex, Brighton, UK), Kirsten Cheryll Williams (Recrear International, Medellin, Colombia)
Article 3
Grassroots Innovation for Human Development: Exploring the Potential of Participatory Video (pages 26-39)
Alejandra Boni (INGENIO (CSIC-UPV), Universitat Politècnica de València, Valencia, Spain), Monique Leivas (INGENIO (CSIC-UPV), Universitat Politècnica de València, Valencia, Spain), Teresa De La Fuente (INGENIO (CSIC-UPV), Universitat Politècnica de València, Valencia, Spain), Sergio Belda-Miquel (INGENIO (CSIC-UPV), Universitat Politècnica de València, Valencia, Spain)
Article 4
Conducting Video Research in the Social and Solidarity Economy: Empowering the Cinderella Economy Towards Social Justice (pages 40-55)
Sara Calvo (Middlesex University, London, UK), Andres Morales (The Open University, London, UK)
Volume 6 (2015)
Issue 1
Article 1
Using Twitter in Political Campaigns: The Case of the PRI Candidate in Mexico (pages 1-15)
Rodrigo Sandoval-Almazan (Autonomous University of the State of Mexico (UAEM), Toluca, México)
Article 2
Twitplomacy: Social Media as a New Platform for Development of Public Diplomacy (pages 16-29)
Shumin Su (Department of International Politics, School of Law and Politics, Beijing International Studies University, Beijing, China), Mark Xu (Portsmouth Business School, University of Portsmouth, Portsmouth, Hampshire, UK)
Article 3
Tweeting Negative: Determinants of Negative Campaigning in the 2011 Gubernatorial Elections (pages 30-41)
Marija Anna Bekafigo (University of Southern Mississippi, Hattiesburg, MS, USA), Allison Clark Pingley (University of South Carolina, Spartanburg, SC, USA)
Article 4
Issue 2
Article 1
ICTs: Convenient, Yet Subsidiary Tools in Changing Democracy (pages 1-13)
Kerill Dunne (Independent Researcher, Dublin, Ireland)
Article 2
When SNS use Doesn't Trigger e-Participation: Case Study of an African Authoritarian Regime (pages 14-29)
Wairagala Wakabi (Örebro University, Örebro, Sweden), Åke Grönlund (Örebro University Business School, Örebro University, Örebro, Sweden)
Article 3
The Politics of e-Learning: A Play in Four Acts (pages 30-42)
Celia Romm Livermore (Department of Management and Information Systems, School of Business Administration, Wayne State University, Detroit, MI, USA), Mahesh Raisinghani (School of Management, Texas Woman's University, Denton, TX, USA,), Pierluigi Rippa (Department of Industrial Engineering, University of Naples Federico II, Naples, Italy)
Article 4
Communicative and Persuasive Strategies in the Bulgarian Parliamentary Elections 2014 (pages 43-68)
Ognyan Seizov (University of Bremen, Bremen, Germany)
Issue 3
Special issue on E-Politics of Food from Online Campaigning to the Aesthetics of Food Porn
Guest Editorial Preface
Anita Howarth (Brunel University London, Uxbridge, UK)
Article 1
Food Porn and the Invitation to Gaze: Ephemeral Consumption and the Digital Spectacle (pages 1-12)
Yasmin Ibrahim (Queen Mary University of London, London, UK)
Article 2
Hunger Hurts: The Politicization of an Austerity Food Blog (pages 13-26)
Anita Howarth (Brunel University London, Uxbridge, UK)
Article 3
Politicization of the Low-Carb High-Fat Diet in Sweden, Promoted On Social Media by Non-Conventional Experts (pages 27-42)
Christopher Holmberg (University of Gothenburg, Gothenburg, Sweden)
Article 4
Fish Fight: Transmedia Storytelling Strategies for Food Policy Change (pages 43-59)
Renira Rampazzo Gambarato (National Research University Higher School of Economics, Moscow, Russia), Sergei Andreevich Medvedev (National Research University Higher School of Economics, Moscow, Russia)
Issue 4
Special Issue on ICTs in Latin America
Guest Editorial Preface
Toby Miller (Loughborough University London, London, UK)
Article 1
Gender Dimension of ICTs in Latin America (pages 1-14)
Aimée Vega Montiel (Centro de Investigaciones Interdisciplinarias en Ciencias y Humanidades, Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico (CEIICH-UNAM), Mexico City, Mexico)
Article 2
Influence of Social Networks in the Decision to Vote: An Exploratory Survey on the Ecuadorian Electorate (pages 15-34)
Daniel Barredo Ibáñez (Universidad Laica Eloy Alfaro de Manabi, Manta, Ecuador), Carlos Arcila Calderón (Universidad Rey Juan Carlos, Madrid, Spain), Jesús Arroyave (Universidad del Norte, Barranquilla, Colombia), Roxana Silva (FLACSO, Quito, Ecuador)
Article 3
No, it did Not Grow Up because of the Internet: The Emergence of 2011's Student Mobilization in Chile (pages 35-52)
Jorge Saavedra Utman (Goldsmiths College, University of London, London, UK)
Article 4
Reading Online: Young University Students' Experience with Internet Reading (pages 53-69)
Rosalía Winocur (Universidad Autonoma Metropolitana, Mexico City, Mexico)
Volume 5 (2014)
Issue 1
For the Special Issue of the International Journal of E-Politics with the Topic: E-Deliberation, Political Institutions, Online Political Networks and Public Engagement
Guest Editorial Preface
Anastasia Deligiaouri (Department of Digital Media and Communication, TEI of Western Macedonia, Kastoria, Greece)
Article 1
The Challenges for Online Deliberation Research: A Literature Review (pages 1-15)
Magnus E. Jonsson (Department of Political Science, Örebro University, Örebro, Sweden), Joachim Åström (Department of Political Science, Örebro University, Örebro, Sweden)
Article 2
Designing an Online Civic Engagement Platform: Balancing “More” vs. “Better” Participation in Complex Public Policymaking (pages 16-40)
Cynthia R. Farina (CeRI (Cornell eRulemaking Initiative), Cornell University, Ithaca, NY, USA), Dmitry Epstein (CeRI (Cornell eRulemaking Initiative), Cornell University, Ithaca, NY, USA), Josiah Heidt (CeRI (Cornell eRulemaking Initiative), Cornell University, Ithaca, NY, USA), Mary J. Newhart (CeRI (Cornell eRulemaking Initiative), Cornell University, Ithaca, NY, USA)
Article 3
Evolving In Step or Poles Apart?: Online Audiences and Networking During Poland and France 2011-12 Election Campaign (pages 41-60)
Karolina Koc-Michalska (SciencesCom, Audencia Group, Nantes, France), Darren G. Lilleker (Media School, Bournemouth University, Poole, Dorset, UK)
Article 4
Measuring Online Deliberation in Local Politics: An Empirical Analysis of the 2011 Zurich City Debate (pages 61-77)
Ulrike Klinger (Institute for Mass Communication and Media Research, University of Zurich, Zurich, Switzerland), Uta Russmann (Department of Communication, Marketing & Sales, FHWien University of Applied Sciences of WKW, Vienna, Austria)
Article 5
Rational Criticism, Ideological Sustainability and Intellectual Leadership in the Digital Public Sphere (pages 78-90)
Dounia Mahlouly (College of Social and Political Sciences, Faculty of Sociology, University of Glasgow, Glasgow, UK)
Approaching Deliberative Democracy: Theory and Practice
Book Review
Dora Papadopoulou (Democritus University of Thrace, Greece)
Issue 2
Article 1
E-Participation and Deliberation in the European Union: The Case of Debate Europe (pages 1-15)
Roxana Radu (Center for Media and Communication Studies (CMCS), Central European University, Budapest, Hungary)
Article 2
The Impact of Online News Consumption on Young People's Political Participation (pages 16-31)
Hao Xiaoming (Wee Kim Wee School of Communication and Information, Nanyang Technological University, Nanyang, Singapore), Wen Nainan (School of Journalism and Communication, Nanjing University, Nanjing, China), Cherian George (Department of Journalism, Hong Kong Baptist University, Kowloon Tong, Hong Kong)
Article 3
Social Tyranny and Democratic Governance in the Information Age (pages 32-52)
Andrew Ward (Health Services Research, Policy and Administration, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN, USA)
Article 4
The Politics of E-Learning: A Theoretical Model (pages 53-67)
Celia Romm Livermore (Department of Information Systems and Manufacturing, School of Business Administration, Wayne State University, Detroit, MI, USA), Mahesh Raisinghani (School of Management, Texas Woman's University, Denton, TX, USA), Pierluigi Rippa (Department of Business and Managerial Engineering, University of Napoli Federico II, Napoli, Italy)
Issue 3
Article 1
Digital Teens and the ‘Antisocial Network': Prevalence of Troublesome Online Youth Groups and Internet trolling in Great Britain (pages 1-15)
Jonathan Bishop (Centre for Research into Online Communities and E-Learning Systems, Wales, UK)
Article 2
Campaigning Online, Locally (pages 16-32)
Azi Lev-On (School of Communication, Ariel University, Ariel, Israel)
Article 3
Leaders and Followers in Social Networking Environments: A Conceptual Model (pages 33-45)
Celia Romm Livermore (Department of Management and Information Systems, Wayne State University, Detroit, MI, USA), Pierluigi Rippa (Department of Industrial Engineering, University of Napoli Federico II, Napoli, Italy)
Article 4
French Primary Elections and the Internet, the Social Network of the Socialist Party, the Coopol (pages 46-65)
Marino De Luca (Department of Social and Political Science, University of Calabria, Arcavacata, Italy), Anaïs Theviot (Centre Emile Durkheim, Sciences Po Bordeaux, Pessac, France)
Issue 4
Guest Editorial Preface
Jonathan Bishop (The Crocels Trolling Academy, Swansea, Wales, UK)
Article 1
Dealing with Internet Trolling in Political Online Communities: Towards the This Is Why We Can't Have Nice Things Scale (pages 1-20)
Jonathan Bishop (Centre for Research into Online Communities and E-Learning Systems, Swansea, Wales, UK)
Article 2
Trolls Just Want To Have Fun: Electronic Aggression within the Context of e-Participation and Other Online Political Behaviour in the United Kingdom (pages 21-51)
Shefali Virkar (Department of Politics and International Relations, University of Oxford, Oxford, UK)
Article 3
Freedom of Expression On-Line: Rights and Responsibilities of Internet Service Providers (pages 52-65)
Joanna Kulesza (Department of International Law, University of Lodz, Lodz, Poland)
Article 4
Internet Regulation and Online Censorship (pages 66-81)
Nikolaos Koumartzis (Department of Journalism and Mass Communication, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Thessaloniki, Greece), Andreas Veglis (Department of Journalism and Mass Communication, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Thessaloniki, Greece)
Volume 4 (2013)
Issue 1
Article 1
Young Immigrants’ Internet Political Participation in Germany: Comparing German East Europeans and German Turks (pages 1-17)
Viktoria Spaiser (Bielefeld Graduate School in History and Sociology, Bielefeld University, Bielefeld, Germany)
Article 2
E-Migration: A New Configuration of Technological, Geographical and Social Spaces (pages 18-31)
Nihil Olivera (Internet Interdisciplinary Institute, Universitat Oberta de of Catalunya, Barcelona, Spain)
Article 3
Civic and Political E-Participation of Young Immigrants: ‘Digital Hope’ for Inclusion? (pages 32-49)
Carla Malafaia (Faculdade de Psicologia e de Ciências da Educação, Centro de Investigação e Intervenção Educativas, Universidade do Porto, Porto, Portugal), Maria Fernandes-Jesus (Faculdade de Psicologia e de Ciências da Educação, Centro de Investigação e Intervenção Educativas, Universidade do Porto, Porto, Portugal), Norberto Ribeiro (Faculdade de Psicologia e de Ciências da Educação, Centro de Investigação e Intervenção Educativas, Universidade do Porto, Porto, Portugal), Tiago Neves (Faculdade de Psicologia e de Ciências da Educação, Centro de Investigação e Intervenção Educativas, Universidade do Porto, Porto, Portugal), Joaquim Luís Coimbra (Faculdade de Psicologia e de Ciências da Educação, Centro de Investigação e Intervenção Educativas, Universidade do Porto, Porto, Portugal), Isabel Menezes (Faculdade de Psicologia e de Ciências da Educação, Centro de Investigação e Intervenção Educativas, Universidade do Porto, Porto, Portugal)
Article 4
e-Participation and Immigrants: Interview with Edward Andersson, Deputy Director of Involve (pages 50-53)
Itir Akdogan (Department of Social Research, Media and Communication Studies, University of Helsinki, Helsinki, Finland)
Article 5
Media and Participation: A Site of Ideological – Democratic Struggle (pages 54-56)
Itir Akdogan (Department of Social Research, Media and Communication Studies, University of Helsinki, Helsinki, Finland), Celia Romm Livermore (Department of Information, Systems Management School of Business Administration, Wayne State University, MI, USA)
Issue 2
Article 1
Old Media, New Media Sources: The Blogosphere’s Influence on Print Media News Coverage (pages 1-20)
Kevin Wallsten (California State University, USA)
Article 2
Collaborative Cross-Border Security Infrastructure and Systems: Identifying Policy, Managerial and Technological Challenges (pages 21-38)
Luis Felipe Luna-Reyes (Department of Business, Universidad de las Américas Puebla, San Andres Cholula, Puebla, Mexico), Douglas C. Derrick (School of Interdisciplinary Informatics, University of Nebraska at Omaha, Omaha, NE, USA), Brent Langhals (The Air Force Institute of Technology, USA), Jay F. Nunamaker (Center for the Management of Information & National Center for Border Security and Immigration, The University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ)
Article 3
Smart Grid (pages 39-47)
Nikhil Swaroop Kaluvala (Temple University, Philidelphia, PA, USA), Abbe Forman (ECPI University, Virginia Beach, VA, USA)
Article 4
A Tale of Two Cultures: The Political Behavior of CIO’s in the US and India (pages 48-60)
Celia Romm Livermore (Department of Information Systems and Manufacturing, School of Business Administration, Wayne State University, Detroit, MI, USA), Pierluigi Rippa (Industrial Engineering Department, University of Napoli Federico II, Napoli, Italy)
Article 5
Interview with Helen Hasan, Associate Professor and Researcher in Information Systems (pages 61-63)
Abbe Forman (ECPI University, Virginia Beach, VA, USA)
Article 6
Networked: The New Social Operating System (pages 64-66)
Jonathan Bishop (Centre for Research into Online Communities and E-Learning Systems, European Parliament, Brussels, Belgium)
Issue 3
Special Issue on Information Technology and Homeland Security
Guest Editorial Preface
Christopher G. Reddick (Department of Public Administration, The University of Texas at San Antonio, San Antonio, TX, USA)
Article 1
Beyond Counterterrorism: Data Sharing, Privacy, and Organizational Histories of DHS Fusion Centers (pages 1-14)
Priscilla M. Regan (Department of Public and International Affairs,George Mason University, Fairfax, VA, USA), Torin Monahan (Department of Communication Studies, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Chapel Hill, NC, USA)
Article 2
Privacy in the 21st Century: From the “Dark Ages” to “Enlightenment”? (pages 15-29)
Panagiotis Kitsos (UoM ITLaw Team, Department of Applied Informatics, University of Macedonia, Thessaloniki, Greece), Aikaterini Yannoukakou (UoM ITLaw Team, Department of Applied Informatics, University of Macedonia, Thessaloniki, Greece)
Article 3
Information and Communication Technology (ICT) for Emergency Services: A Survey of Texas Emergency Services Districts (pages 30-43)
Dianne Rahm (Department of Political Science, Texas State University, San Marcos, TX, USA), Christopher G. Reddick (Department of Public Administration, The University of Texas at San Antonio, San Antonio, TX, USA)
Article 4
The Gaza Strip as Panopticon and Panspectron: The Disciplining and Punishing of a Society (pages 44-56)
Michael Dahan (Sapir College, Sderot, Israel)
Article 5
Usability Evaluation of Pakistani Security Agencies Websites (pages 57-69)
Saqib Saeed (Department of Computer Science, Bahria University Islamabad, Islamabad, Pakistan), Irfan Ahmed Malik (Department of Computer Science, Bahria University Islamabad, Islamabad, Pakistan), Fazal Wahab (Department of Computer Science, Bahria University Islamabad, Islamabad, Pakistan)
Public Administration and Information Technology
Book Review
Yu-Che Chen (Department of Public Administration, Northern Illinois University, DeKalb, IL, USA)
Issue 4
Special Section on Unions, Information Technology, and Knowledge Workers
Guest Editorial Preface
Marick F. Masters (Wayne State University, Detroit, MI, USA)
Article 1
The Face(book) of Unionism (pages 1-12)
Ray Gibney (School of Business Administration, Pennsylvania State University – Harrisburg, Middletown, PA, USA), Tom Zagenczyk (Department of Management, Clemson University, Clemson, SC, USA), Marick F. Masters (Wayne State University, Detroit, MI, USA)
Article 2
Distrust of Employers, Collectivism, and Union Efficacy (pages 13-26)
Jack Fiorito (Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL, USA), Daniel G. Gallagher (James Madison University, Harrisonburg, VA, USA)
Article 3
The Visibility of Political Websites during Electoral Campaigns (pages 27-38)
J. Paulo Serra (University of Beira Interior, Covilha, Portugal)
Article 4
Mapping Web Interactivity: A Comparative Study of Congressional Campaign Websites (pages 39-55)
Kevin Y Wang (College of Communication, Butler University, Indianapolis, IN, USA), Hyung Min Lee (Department of Media Communication, Sungshin Women's University, Seoul, South Korea), David Atkin (Department of Communication, University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT, USA), Cheonsoo Kim (School of Journalism, Indiana University Bloomington, Bloomington, IN, USA)
Volume 3 (2012)
Issue 1
Article 1
The Politics of Watching: Visuality and the New Media Economy (pages 1-11)
Yasmin Ibrahim (Queen Mary, University of London, UK)
Article 2
DIY Dying: Video Activism as Archive, Commemoration and Evidence (pages 12-25)
Tina Askanius (Lund University, Sweden)
Article 3
Samizdat 2.0: The Dymovsky Case and the Use of Streaming Video as a Political Tool in Contemporary Russia (pages 26-41)
Beth Knobel (Fordham University, USA), Jonathan Sanders (State University of New York at Stony Brook, USA)
Article 4
Mapping Culture and Compromised Art in the Era of Globalization (pages 42-53)
Paula Tavares (Polytechnic Institute of Cávado and Ave, Portugal), Maria João Félix (Polytechnic Institute of Cávado and Ave, Portugal), Pedro Mota Teixeira (Polytechnic Institute of Cávado and Ave, Portugal)
Article 5
Untimely Bollywood: Globalization and India’s New Media Assemblage (pages 54-56)
Gil Toffell (Queen Mary, University of London, UK)
Article 6
Interview with Catarina Carneiro de Sousa: Multimedia Artists and Art Educator (pages 57-61)
Yasmin Ibrahim (Queen Mary, University of London, UK)
Issue 2
Article 1
Public Opinion on YouTube: A Functional Theory Analysis of the Frames Employed in User Comments Following Sarah Palin’s 2008 Acceptance Speech (pages 1-15)
Barbara J. Chambers (Texas Tech University, USA), Shannon L. Bichard (Texas Tech University, USA)
Article 2
Privilege-Seeking Activities in Organizational Politics and Its Effect on More Productive Employees (pages 16-30)
Gil S. Epstein (Bar-Ilan University, Israel), Bruce C. Herniter (DeVry University, USA)
Article 3
The Role of the Internet in Shaping the Political Process in Egypt (pages 31-51)
Nahed Amin Azab (The American University in Cairo, Egypt)
Article 4
A Taxonomy of Censors and Anti-Censors: Part I-Impacts of Internet Censorship (pages 52-64)
Christopher S. Leberknight (Princeton University, USA), Mung Chiang (Princeton University, USA), Felix Ming Fai Wong (Princeton University, USA)
Article 5
Political Discourse in the Media: Cross-Cultural Perspectives (pages 65-67)
Anastasia Deligiaouri (Higher Technological Educational Institution (ATEI) of Western Macedonia, Greece)
Issue 3
Article 1
The Role of Politics in Telecentres: Cases from South Africa (pages 1-20)
Einar Braathen (Norwegian Institute for Urban and Regional Research (NIBR), Norway), Heidi Attwood (University of KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa), Julian May (University of the Western Cape, South Africa)
Article 2
Using ICT to Strengthen the Voices of the ‘Poor’ Without Asking Who Will Listen (pages 21-39)
Charlotte Scarf (University of Sydney, Australia)
Article 3
The Effect of Politics on ICT4D: A Case of Econet Wireless’s Struggle for a License in Zimbabwe (pages 40-60)
Sam Takavarasha (University of Zimbabwe, Zimbabwe), John Makumbe (University of Zimbabwe, Zimbabwe)
Article 4
Interview with Prof. Subhash Bhatnagar, Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad, India (pages 61-64)
Antonio Díaz Andrade (Auckland University of Technology, New Zealand), Cathy Urquhart (Manchester Metropolitan University, UK)
Issue 4
Article 1
Profiling Online Political Content Creators: Advancing the Paths to Democracy (pages 1-19)
Ingrid Bachmann (Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile, Chile), Teresa Correa (School of Journalism, Diego Portales University, Santiago, Chile), Homero Gil de Zúñiga (School of Journalism, University of Texas at Austin, Austin, TX, USA)
Article 2
A Taxonomy of Censors and Anti-Censors Part II: Anti-Censorship Technologies (pages 20-35)
Christopher S. Leberknight (William Paterson University, USA), Mung Chiang (Princeton University, USA), Felix Ming Fai Wong (Department of Electrical Engineering, Princeton University, Princeton, NJ, USA)
Article 3
Perception and Digital Media in India (pages 36-54)
Amit S. Rai (School of Business and Management, Queen Mary University of London, London, UK)
Article 4
Volume 2 (2011)
Issue 1
Article 1
Gender and Anonymity in Virtual Teams: An Exploratory Study (pages 1-16)
Elizabeth Koh (National University of Singapore, Singapore), Na Liu (National University of Singapore, Singapore), John Lim (National University of Singapore, Singapore)
Article 2
ICT as an Enabler for Small Firm Growth: The Case of the Mompreneur (pages 17-29)
Yvonne Costin (University of Limerick, Ireland)
Article 3
Support Structures for Women in Information Technology Careers (pages 30-44)
Ruth A. Guthrie (California State Polytechnic University, Pomona, USA), Louise Soe (California State Polytechnic University, Pomona, USA), Elaine K. Yakura (Michigan State University, USA)
Article 4
Gender Segregation and ICT: An Indo-British Comparison (pages 45-67)
Sunrita Dhar-Bhattacharjee (University of Salford, UK), Haifa Takruri-Rizk (University of Salford, UK)
Article 5
The Effect of Gender on Perceived Benefits of and Drivers for ICT Adoption in Australian Medical Practices (pages 68-85)
Robert C. MacGregor (University of Wollongong, Australia), Peter N. Hyland (University of Wollongong, Australia), Charles Harvie (University of Wollongong, Australia)
Issue 2
Article 1
Beautiful to Me: Identity, Disability, and Gender in Virtual Environments (pages 1-17)
Abbe E. Forman (Temple University, USA), Paul M.A. Baker (Georgia Institute of Technology, USA), Jessica Pater (Georgia Institute of Technology, USA), Kel Smith (Anikto LLC, USA)
Article 2
Article 3
Would Elizabeth Cady Stanton Blog?: Women Bloggers, Politics, and Political Participation (pages 37-54)
Antoinette Pole (Montclair State University, USA)
Article 4
Effects of Perceiver / Target Gender and Social Networking Presence on Web-Based Impression Formation (pages 55-73)
Leslie Jordan Albert (San Jose State University, USA), Timothy R. Hill (San Jose State University, USA), Shailaja Venkatsubramanyan (San Jose State University, USA)
Article 5
Gender, Power, and eDating (pages 74-88)
Celia Romm Livermore (Wayne State University, USA), Toni M. Somers (Wayne State University, USA)
Issue 3
Article 1
Islam, Revolution and Radicalism: The Co-Constitution of Reality and Virtuality (pages 1-13)
M. A. Muqtedar Khan (University of Delaware, USA), Reid T. Smith (University of Delaware, USA), Onur Tanay (University of Delaware, USA)
Article 2
The Unintended Consequence: The Symbiotic Relationship between ICT and a National Transition (pages 14-26)
Hamid Nemati (The University of North Carolina at Greensboro, USA), Amna Latif (Tarbiyah Islamic School of Delaware, USA)
Article 3
Issue 4
Article 1
The Invisible Hand Guiding Technology: Crossing the Boundary of Humanity (pages 1-15)
Nada K. Kakabadse (The University of Northampton, UK), Andrew Kakabadse (Cranfield School of Management, UK), Reeves Knyght (Cranfield School of Management, UK), Linda Lee-Davies (The University of Northampton, UK)
Article 2
ERP Implementation Across Cultures: A Political Perspective (pages 16-28)
Celia Romm Livermore (Wayne State University, USA), Pierluigi Rippa (University of Napoli Federico II, Italy)
Article 3
The Impact of the Internet on Politics: The “Net Effect” on Political Campaigns and Elections (pages 29-40)
Mahesh S. Raisinghani (Texas Woman’s University, USA), Randy Weiss (Verizon Wireless, USA)
Article 4
The Impact of Internet Connectedness on Voluntary Social Activity in UAE (pages 41-60)
Azza Abdel-Azim Mohamed Ahmed (Cairo University, Egypt)
Volume 1 (2010)
Issue 1
Article 1
From the Streets to the Net? The Political Use of the Internet by Social Movements (pages 1-21)
Lorenzo Mosca (University of Roma Tre, Italy)
Article 2
Election Campaigns on the Internet: How are Voters Affected? (pages 22-40)
Jens Hoff (University of Copenhagen, Denmark)
Article 3
Article 4
Internet-Based Protest in European Policymaking: The Case of Digital Activism (pages 57-72)
Yana Breindl (Université Libre de Bruxelles, Belgium)
Article 6
The Way is the Goal Interview with Maqui, Indymedia London / IMC-UK Network Activist (pages 88-91)
Stefania Milan (European University Institute, Italy)
Issue 2
Article 1
Careful What You Say: Media Control in Putin’s Russia – Implications for Online Content (pages 1-15)
Katherine Ognyanova (University of Southern California, USA)
Article 2
The Breastfeeding Controversy and Facebook: Politicization of Image, Privacy and Protest (pages 16-28)
Yasmin Ibrahim (Queen Mary, University of London, UK)
Article 3
Radio-Frequency Identification and Human Tagging: Newer Coercions (pages 29-45)
Nada K. Kakabadse (The University of Northampton, UK), Alexander Kouzmin (Southern Cross University and University of South Australia, Australia), Andrew P. Kakabadse (Cranfield University, UK)
Article 4
"YouTube Debate": A New Era of Internetized Television Politics? (pages 46-64)
Anastasia Deligiaouri (Higher Technological Educational Institution (ATEI) of Western Macedonia, Greece), Panagiotis Symeonidis (Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece)
Issue 3
Article 1
Building and Connecting to Online Communities for Action: Young People, ICT and Everyday Politics (pages 1-18)
Philippa Collin (Murdoch University and Inspire Foundation, Australia)
Article 2
Social Networking Sites and Complex Technology Assessment (pages 19-38)
Christian Fuchs (Unified Theory of Information Research Group (UTI), Austria)
Article 3
Enabling User Participation in Civic Engagement Web Sites (pages 39-51)
Dominic Thomas (Emory University, USA)
Issue 4
Article 1
Acceptance, Use, and Influence of Political Technologies among Youth Voters in the 2008 US Presidential Election (pages 1-21)
Lara Khansa (Virginia Tech, USA), Tabitha James (Virginia Tech, USA), Deborah F. Cook (Virginia Tech, USA)
Article 2
The Influence of Social Networks on the U.S. Senate Roll-Call Voting (pages 22-41)
Jang Hyun Kim (University of Hawaii at Manoa, USA), George A. Barnett (University of California at Davis, USA), K. Hazel Kwon (University of New York at Buffalo, USA)
Article 3
When the Virtual and the Real Clash: Power and Politics in a Social Networking Community (pages 42-54)
Celia Romm Livermore (Wayne State University, USA)
Article 4
Opt In or Tune Out: Email Mobilization and Political Participation (pages 55-76)
Brian S. Krueger (University of Rhode Island, USA)
Article 5
E-Government: Expectations Among People in Bangladesh (pages 77-95)
S. S. M. Sadrul Huda (East West University, Bangladesh), Rumana Parveen (Dhaka University, Bangladesh), Masud Ibn Rahman (Daffodil University, Bangladesh)