Volume 15, Number 1, 1999
: Sovereignty, Globalism, and Information Flow in Complex Emergencies.
: Can the "Next Generation Internet" Effectively Support "Ordinary Citizens"?
: Internet Digital Libraries: The International Dimension, by Jack Kessler.
Volume 15, Number 2, 1999
Anonymous Communication on the Internet
Gary T. Marx
: What's in a Name? Some Reflections on the Sociology of Anonymity.
Volume 15, Number 3, 1999
The Rhetorics of Gender in Computer-Mediated Communication
: The Gendered Interactional Patterns of Computer-Mediated Chatrooms: A Critical Ethnographic Study.
Beth E. Kolko
: Representing Bodies in Virtual Space: The Rhetoric of Avatar Design.
: Communication Gone Wired: Working Toward a "Practiced" Cyberfeminism.
: Persuasion and Privacy in Cyberspace: The Online Protests over Lotus MarketPlace and the Clipper Chip, by Laura J. Gurak.
Volume 15, Number 4, 1999
Identity, Voice, and Community Formation via the Internet
Hans K. Klein
: Tocqueville in Cyberspace: Using the Internet for Citizen Associations.
: National Identities and Communication Technologies.
L. Jean Camp
: Web Security and Privacy: An American Perspective.
Ronald E. Day
: The Virtual Game: Objects, groups, and games in the Works of Pierre Lévy.