A Socio-cultural Perspective
The Internet is an everyday part of our contemporary lives. This book explores how it is shaped and embedded within society, fostering new social worlds and ways of talking. Using a wide range of examples to examine economic, political and cultural issues, this book is crucial reading for all those studying society, media and technology.
Assessing the Internet as Socio-Cultural Forms The Cultural History of the Internet Cultural Forms and Socio-Technical Change The Socio-Cultural Environment of the Internet Work and the Internet Public Policy and the Internet Exclusions, Inclusion and the Internet Culture, Everyday Life and the Internet Cyber-Cultures and the Internet The Communications Environment and the Internet Conclusion Notes Glossary