Volume 18, Number 1, 2002
: Letter from the Editor-in-Chief.
: Toward a Typology of Internet Users and Online Privacy Concerns.
, Sundeep Sahay
: An Information-Based Model of NGO-Mediation for the Empowerment of Slum Dwellers in Bangalore.
: Journalism and Democracy: An evaluation of the political public sphere. B. McNair. (Routledge), London and New York (2000).
: Technoromanticism: digital narrative, holism, and the romance of the real. R. Coyne. MIT Press, Cambridge (1999).
: Systems, Experts, and Computers: The Systems Approach in Management and Engineering, World War II and After. A.C Hughes and T.P. Hughes (Eds.). MIT Press, (2000).
John Carlos Rowe
: The World Wide Web and Contemporary Cultural Theory. A. Herman and T. Swiss. Routledge, New York (2000).
Volume 18, Number 2, 2002
Abiodun O. Bada
: Local adaptations to global trends: A study of an IT-based organizational change programme in a Nigerian bank.
: Information Systems and Developing Countries: Failure, Success and Local Improvisations.
: Outsourcing as an Improvisation: A Case Study in Latin America.
Lucy A. Suchman
: Practice-based Design of Information Systems: Notes from the hyper-developed world.
: Ars Electronica: Facing the Future, A Survey of Two Decades. Timothy Druckrey with Ars Electronica (Eds). MIT Press, Cambridge, Massachusetts (1999).
Volume 18, Number 3, 2002
Lorrie Faith Cranor
: Letter from the Special Section Editors, Ten Years of Computers, Freedom and Privacy.
Leonard N. Foner
: Technology and Political Artifacts: The CFP2000 Workshop on Freedom and Privacy by Design.
: ICANN and Internet Governance: Leveraging Technical Coordination to Realize Global Public Policy.
: Failures and successes: Notes on the development of electronic cash.
: net_condition: art and global media. P.Weibel, and T. Druckrey (Eds.). MIT Press, Cambridge, MA (2001).
Volume 18, Number 4, 2002
, Edgar A. Whitley
: Time and information technology: Temporal impacts on individuals, organizations and society.
: Managing Time in a Software Factory: Temporal And Spatial Organisation of IS Development Activities.
, Richard Southwick
: Temporal Issues in Information and Communication Technology-Enabled Organizational Change: Evidence From an Enterprise Systems Implementation.
: On the Move: Technology, Mobility, and the Mediation of Social Time and Space.
, Sasha Barab
: Online Communities: Commerce, Community Action, and the Virtual University. C. Werry & M. Mowbray (Eds.). Prentice Hall, NJ: (2000).
: The Business of Media: Corporate Media and the Public Interest. D. Croteau & W. Hoynes. Pine Forge Press, Thousand Oaks, CA: (2001).
: What's the Matter with the Internet? M. Poster. University of Minnesota Press, Minneapolis, MN: (2001).
Volume 18, Number 5, 2002
Philip E. Agre
: Real-Time Politics: The Internet and the Political Process.
, Harri Melin
, Pasi Pyoria
: Social Contradictions of Informational Capitalism: The Case of Finnish Wage Earners and Their Labour Market Situation.
: "No Artificial Death, Only Natural Death": The Dynamics of Decentralization and Recentralization of Usenet Newsgroups.
Naomi S. Baron
: Who Sets Email Style? Prescriptivism, Coping Strategies, and Democratization of Media Access.
Anthony G. Wilhelm
: The Digital Divide: Facing a Crisis or Creating a Myth. B. M. Compaine (Ed.) The MIT Press, Cambridge and London (2001).
: Accessing and Browsing Information and Communication. Ronald E. Rice. Maureen McCreadie, and Shan-Ju L. Chang. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 2001.