Vol 8, No 2 (2010)

Table of Contents

Articles

Iconics: Icon Evolution in Digitality PDF
Steven John Thompson 351-360

Reflections (Non Peer-Reviewed)

3rd ICTs and Society Meeting; Paper Session - Theorizing the Internet; Paper 1: Toward Trust as Result. A Transdisciplinary Research Agenda for the ‘Future Internet’ PDF
Stefano De Paoli, G. R. Gangadharan, Aphra Kerr, Vincenzo D’Andrea, Martin Serrano, Dmitri Botvich, Jimmy McGibney 121-123
3rd ICTs and Society Meeting; Paper Session - Theorizing the Internet; Paper 3: How to defend the original, multi-criteria theories of Information Society? PDF
Laszlo Z. Karvalics 124-129
3rd ICTs and Society Meeting; Paper Session - Theorizing the Internet; Paper 4: A Methodological Reflection on Converging Technologies and Their Relevance to Informa-tion Ethics PDF
Pak-Hang Wong 130-132
3rd ICTs and Society Meeting; Paper Session - Theorizing the Internet; Paper 5: Shaping the third mode of human existence on the Internet PDF
László Ropolyi 133-135
3rd ICTs and Society Meeting; Paper Session - Theorizing the Internet; Paper 6: Reconstructing the Glass Bead Game. On the Philosophy of Information PDF
Rainer E. Zimmermann, Simon M. Wiedenmann 136-138
3rd ICTs and Society Meeting; Paper Session - Inequalities: social, economic, political; Paper 1: Information Society Policies 2.0. A Critical Analysis of the Potential and Pit-falls of Social Computing & Informatics in the Light of E-inclusion PDF
Pieter Verdegem 139-142
3rd ICTs and Society Meeting; Paper Session - Inequalities: social, economic and political; Paper 2: Media conver-gence and blogging in exposing corruption and fraud in India PDF
C.S.H.N. Murthy 143-148
3rd ICTs and Society Meeting; Paper Session - Inequalities: social, economic, political; Paper 3: Internet in China: Myths and Realities PDF
Robert Bichler, Eva Gaderer 149-154
3rd ICTs and Society Meeting; Paper Session - Inequalities: social, economic and political; Paper 6: Implications and precisions about digital exclusion in the UK and Chile PDF
Ellen J. Helsper, Sergio Godoy-Etcheverry 155-156
Information als Prozess PDF
Diether Elstner 310-350

Theorizing ICTs & Society

Editor's Introduction: Theorizing ICTs and Society PDF
Wolfgang Hofkirchner 157
A Preliminary Inquiry into the Methodologies Employed in Research on ICTs and Society: Prologue (“An Alternate View of Knowledge Negotiation”) PDF
Alice Robbin 158-170
A Taxonomy of Theories about ICTs and Society PDF
Wolfgang Hofkirchner 171-176
A critical analysis of information society conceptualizations from an STS point of view PDF
Eduard Aibar 177-182
The Convergence Theory on ICT, Society and Human Beings – towards the Good ICT society PDF
Gunilla Bradley 183-192

Special Issue: Capitalist Crisis, Communication, & Culture

Capitalist Crisis, Communication, & Culture – Introduction to the Special Issue of tripleC PDF
Christian Fuchs, Matthias Schafranek, David Hakken, Marcus Breen 193-204
Computing and the Crisis: The Significant Role of New Information Technologies in the Current Socio-economic Meltdown PDF
David Hakken 205-220
The Virtual Debt Factory: Towards an Analysis of Debt and Abstraction in the American Credit Crisis PDF
Vincent R. Manzerolle 221-236
Calculating the Unknown. Rationalities of Operational Risk in Financial Institutions PDF
Hajo Greif, Matthias Werner 237-250
Crisis, What Crisis? The Media: Business and Journalism in Times of Crisis PDF
Rosario de Mateo, Laura Bergés, Anna Garnatxe 251-274
Anglo-American Credit Scoring and Consumer Debt in the Subprime Mortgage Crisis of 2007 as Models for Other Countries? PDF
Thomas Fay Ruddy 275-284
Crise, Genre et TIC: Recette pour une Schizophrénie Prononcée - L’Exemple de L’Afrique du Sud PDF
Joelle Palmieri 285-309


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