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Journal cover: Journal of Information, Communication and Ethics in Society

Journal of Information, Communication and Ethics in Society

ISSN: 1477-996X

Online from: 2003

Subject Area: Information and Knowledge Management

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Volume 7 issue 2/3

Published: 2009, Start page: p96
Special Issue: ICTs and social inclusion
Guest editor(s): Cathy Urquhart, Yvonne Underhill-Sem

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1790010 Power relations in IT education and work: the intersectionality of gender, race, and class
Lynette Kvasny, Eileen M. Trauth, Allison J. Morgan (pp. 96 - 118)
Keywords: Communication technologies, Gender, Race, Social class, Social inclusion, United States of America
Article type: Research paper
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1790011 Pushed to the abyss of exclusion: ICT and social exclusion in developing countries
Richard I.C. Tambulasi (pp. 119 - 127)
Keywords: Communication technologies, Developing countries, Public policy, Social exclusion
Article type: Conceptual paper
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1790012 Gender, access to community telecenter and livelihood asset changes
Sani Naivinit (pp. 128 - 135)
Keywords: Communication technologies, Gender, Internet, Thailand
Article type: Case study
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1790013 The non-formal business of cyber cafés: a case-study from India
Nimmi Rangaswamy (pp. 136 - 145)
Keywords: Ethnography, India, Internet, Management strategy, Small enterprises
Article type: Case study
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1790014 Reassessing social inclusion and digital divides
Saheer Al-Jaghoub, Chris Westrup (pp. 146 - 158)
Keywords: Digital communication systems, Information society, Jordan, Knowledge management, Social inclusion
Article type: Research paper
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1790015 Refugee youth, social inclusion, and ICTs: can good intentions go bad?
Raelene Wilding (pp. 159 - 174)
Keywords: Australia, Communication technologies, Immigrants, Social inclusion, Youth
Article type: Research paper
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1790016 Indigenous communities and new media: questions on the global Digital Age
Suneeti Rekhari (pp. 175 - 181)
Keywords: Australia, Communication technologies, Social exclusion
Article type: Conceptual paper
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1790017 Biculturalism online: exploring the web space of Aotearoa/New Zealand
Catharina Muhamad-Brandner (pp. 182 - 191)
Keywords: Ethnic groups, Internet, Language, National cultures, New Zealand
Article type: Case study
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1790018 Are socially exclusive values embedded in the avatar creation interfaces of MMORPGs?
Tyler Pace, Aaron Houssian, Victoria McArthur (pp. 192 - 210)
Keywords: Computer graphic equipment, Intergroup relations, Role play, Social dynamics, User studies
Article type: Research paper
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Book Review

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1790009 Wired Shut, Copyright and the Shape of Digital Culture
pp. 213 - 213
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1790008 The Medicalization of Cyberspace
pp. 211 - 211
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Guest editorial

1790019 Special issue on “ICTs and social inclusion”
Cathy Urquhart, Yvonne Underhill-Sem
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