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					IR 5.0:SUSSEX: 2004: UBIQUITY?
19-22nd September 2004

     Last update 9 September – 10:00



     Sunday
     Sunday 19.9
     9.00-12.00           Pre-conference workshops 5-6 (see web site)
                         Registration
     12-13.30            Lunch
                         Registration
     13.00-14.15         Birds of a Feather opening network sessions
                         Game Studies, Mia Consalvo
                         Feminists and Queers Doing Internet Research, M White
                         AoIR Journal, Monica Murero
                         Any Anthropologists? Mario
                         Communications and Transportation, John Laprise
                         E-Democracy
                         Internet Studies in 3 Minutes, Tarleton Gillespie
     14:30-16:00
     Academic Discipline?         Pevensey lecture theatre 1A7 [Sun-A-1]
     Gaston Heimeriks   Digital Disciplinary Differences: Field Differences in Computer
                        Mediated Science [abstract]
     L‫ב‬szl‫ ף‬Ropolyi     Four fundamental contexts for the Internet [abstract]
     Brian Loader       Can Community Informatics/Networking ever be an academic field? [abstract]
     Denise Rall        Exploring the breadth of disciplinary backgrounds in internet scholars
                        participating in AoIR meetings, 2000-2003 [abstract]

     Presence          Pevensey lecture theatre 1A6        [Sun-A-2]
     Rebecca Bond        Determination of "presence" within virtual space [abstract]
     Holly Kruse         Communication technology and co-presence in wired markets [abstract]

     Mobile Phones and Wireless Access Pevensey seminar room 1A3 [Sun-A-3]
     Kakuko Miyata     The Internet use through mobile phones [abstract]
     Gitte Stald       You‟ve got the whole wide world in your hand - or do you? [abstract]
     Lisa Lee          Mobility, Connectivity and the Need (or Otherwise) for Ubiquity:
                       The Case of Public Wireless Internet Access Hotspots [abstract]
     Wendy Robinson    Euro-American Ubiquitous Mobilization: Considering Internet Access
     David Robison      through Mobile Phones in Europe and the U.S.A. [abstract]

     Terror and Hate    'Chichester Lecture Theatre'         [Sun-A-4]
     Maura Conway      From FARC to the Far-Right: A Comparison of Terrorist with Hate Web
                        Sites [abstract]
     Cassandra Van Buren Animating Orientalism: Post-9/11 Web Cartoons [abstract]
     Heather Gorgura   The War on the Terror Consensus: Anti-War Blogs as an Online
                       Sphere of Dissensus [abstract]
     Daniel D. Meir    Trafficking in Nazi Collectibles on the Internet:
                       What is Being Auctioned, and How on eBay.de? [abstract]

     Perceptions of Time and Responsiveness Pevensey seminar room 2A12 [Sun-A-5]
     Yoram Kalman       Response times in email correspondence [abstract]
     Stine Gotved       Ubiquity Double Up – Time in Cybersocial Communication [abstract]
     Jennifer Kurkoski  Email communication and "infusion" of responsibility [abstract]
Sunday 19.9 14:30-16:00
Privacy/Surveillance       Engineering 1: lecture theatre AS1 [Sun-A-6]
Stephanie Coopman Resistance is Futile: Assimilating into the Surveillance Workplace
Myria Watkins Allen,  [abstract]
Joy Hart
David Phillips       Wireless E9-1-1: a case study of an infrastructure of surveillance
                     and visibility [abstract]
Rivka Ribak          The Meanings of Privacy: On the Cultural Inflections of Surveillance
                     Discourse [abstract]

Community Computing          Engineering 1: lecture theatre AS2 [Sun-A-7]
Cecelia Merkel    The Civic Nexus Project: Putting community computing in context
                   [abstract]
Nadezhda Kaneva   Constructing Communities and Identities Online: Toward a Conceptual
Edward Lenert     Framework for the Study of New Media [abstract]
Andrew Cox        Virtual community and occupational identity [abstract]
Helen Kennedy     Affective, effective production? The World Wide Web and self-advocacy
Andy Minnion       in learning disability communities [abstract]
Jan Fernback      Information Technology, Networks, and Community Voices: Inclusive
                   Strategies for Urban Regeneration [abstract]

Everyday Life             Arundel 1 b: seminar room [Sun-A-8]
Patrik Hernwall        Virtual Society – The emergence of everyday life in cyberspace.
Claudijo Borovic,      [abstract]
Annica Johansson,
Arvid L‫צ‬fberg
Deborah Fallows        Integration of the Internet in Everyday Life [abstract]
Caroline Haythorn-     CMC: Revisiting Conflicting Results [abstract]
thwaite
Anna Nielsen
Jocelyn Williams       Everywhere, with everyone: The implications of Internet presence
Frank Sligo PhD,       in novice user settings [abstract]
Catherine Wallace

The Role of the Ordinary in Online Research        Pevensey seminar room 1A1 [Sun-A-8]
Kate Orton-Johnson The Role of the Ordinary in Online Research [abstract]
Kris Cohen           The Role of the Ordinary in Online Research [abstract]
Jenny Sunden         The Role of the Ordinary in Online Research [abstract]
Sunday 19.9
16.00 - 16.45        Break
16.45-18.15          Ted Nelson Keynote Session [Ted Nelson], Designer,
                       Generalist, Contrarian, Poet, Philosopher and Rogue.
                       Fellow, Oxford Internet Institute.
18.30                  Conference Reception
                       Downs Restaurant, Bramber House
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Monday 20.9
8:30-10:00

Commerce (1)
Pevensey lecture theatre 1A7 [Mon-A-1]
Vytautas Kedaitis Web commerce: the definition, the buyers, the barriers [abstract]
Benjamin Bates    Searching for a Viable Copyright in a Digital World: The Social Economics
                   of Digital Rights Management [abstract]
Katherine Hughes E-loyalty in e-commerce [abstract]
Eleftheria        Introducing email in organisations: appropriating settings and reinforcing
Vasileiadou       structures [abstract]
Politics and E-Democracy (1)         Pevensey lecture theatre 1A6 [Mon-A-2]
Anne-Marie           No More Looking At The World Thru Rose-Colored Glasses.
Oostveen             Five non-technical reasons why remote electronic voting is not desirable.
Peter van den        [abstract]
Besselaar
Zizi Papacharissi    Campaigning online: The American Presidency meets the Internet
                     [abstract]
Endre Danyi          Critical Mass and the Mass of Critical Citizens: The structure of e-
Szilvia Altorjai     democratic attitudes in Hungary [abstract]

Games (1)            Pevensey seminar room 2A12            [Mon-A-3]
Jonas Smith          Playing dirty – understanding conflicts in multiplayer games [abstract]

Claudijo Borovic     Informal Learning in Online Games [abstract]
Daniel Pargman

Methodology (1)
Engineering 1: lecture theatre AS1        [Mon-A-4]
Carolyn Wei          Developing methods and tools for online experiments [abstract]
Jen Barrick, Jan
H. Spyridakis
Lisa Byers           Strategies for Researching Sensitive Topics on the Internet [abstract]
Blair Nonnecke
Dorine Andrews
Adam Joinson         Personalization, Power, and socially desirable responding to Internet-
Ulf-Dietrich Reips   based Questionnaires [abstract]
Monica Bouaru-       User Trace Employed For E-Commerce [abstract]
Turinici

Inter/National       'Chichester Lecture Theatre'           [Mon-A-5]
Systems (1)
Bojana Lobe          Adopting e-business in slovenian companies 1996-2002 [abstract]
Vasja, Vehovar
Vinita Agarwal        Silent songs in a quiet place: Voices from cybermohalla. [abstract]
Oren Livio           Web of Meanings: Dilemmatic Aspects of Ultra-Orthodox Jewish Women‟s
Keren Tenenboim      Discourse Concerning the Internet [abstract]
Marta Torres         The use of the Internet for the linguistic revitalization: the case of the
                     Catalan Language [abstract]
Monday 20.9
8:30-10:00
Discourse Analysis and Uses, Collaborative Writing, Wikis (1)
Engineering 1: lecture theatre AS2 [Mon-A-6]

Yaron Ariel         Web Site interactivity and gratifications expectations among users
                    [abstract]
Susan Herring       Collaborative Authoring on the Web: Quality vs. Democracy? [abstract]
Will Emigh
Moon-Ki Hong        Interactivity; is it for Readers or Composers?
Youngrak Park       A Content Analysis of Online Versions of Korean and U.S. Newspapers
                    [abstract]

Roundtable          Pevensey seminar room 1A3         [Mon-A-7]
Julien Masanes      Research without trace? Importance of archive for internet research.
                    [abstract]

Internet Relating: Presentation of Self and Communication in Therapeutic and Intimate
Relationships Online         Pevensey seminar room 1A1 [Mon-A-8]
Kate Anthony        The Therapeutic Relationship Between Counsellor and Client When
                    Working with Email, Chatrooms and Texting [abstract]
  Andrea Baker      The Expression of “Love” After Meeting Online University USA
                                                               Ohio [abstract]
Monica Whitty       Paying for love: An examination of some Australian‟s experiences of using
                    an online dating service [abstract]

Links, Search (1)   Arundel 1 b: seminar room        [Mon-A-9]
Lina Hellsten       Re-Writing the Past: How Do Search Engines Construct Time? [abstract]
Loet Leydesdorff,
Paul Wouters
Anne Beaulieu       Sociable Hyperlinks: an ethnographic approach to connectivity
                    [abstract]
Judit Bar-Ilan      The ease or difficulty of locating non-English documents on the Web
Esther              [abstract]
Guggenheim

Monday 20.9
10.30 - 12.00
Commerce (2)
Pevensey lecture theatre 1A7      [Mon-B-1]
Daphne Raban        An Experimental Investigation of Information Sharing [abstract]
George              Efficient web sites can foster consumers to trust e-commerce [abstract]
Tsourvakas,
Adreas Veglis
Angele              Statistics of the Internet: what is going on in Europe? [abstract]
Kedaitiene

Politics and E-Democracy (2) Pevensey lecture theatre 1A6 [Mon-B-2]
Mattia Miani      Electronic Democracy in Co-operative enterprises [abstract]
Jakob Jensen      Towards a theory of deliberative democracy online [abstract]
Ildiko Kaposi     Online Petitions in Democracies New and Old [abstract]
John Kelly        Political Discourse Online: The Role of Selective Exposure [abstract]
Monday 20.9
10.30 - 12.00
Games (2)            Pevensey seminar room 2A12            [Mon-B-3]
Drew Ross            How 'woof woof woof' and 'quack quackity quack' create pseudo-
                     community: online gaming without the fringe benefits [abstract]
Tim Jordan           Online Play: cyberpower, heidegger and mmporgs [abstract]
Ren Reynolds         Is it wrong to cheat on-line ? [abstract]

Methodology (2)
Engineering 1: lecture theatre AS1         [Mon-B-4]
Bruce Mason          The Hype and the Hope: Assessing the possibilities for hypermedia in
                     virtual Ethnography [abstract]
Kylie Greene         Online GIFT: How to Prepare Your Students to Interview Millions
Shing-Ling Sarina    [abstract]
Chen, Mark D.
Johns
Claire McAvinia      Are they receiving us – and how would we know? Towards a methodology
Dr Martin Oliver     for evaluating university websites [abstract]

Inter/National       'Chichester Lecture Theatre'          [Mon-B-5]
Systems (2)
Eunjung Sung         What causes diffusion of broadband?: A comparison study of adoption of
Jang Hyun Kim,       broadband between the U.S. and Korea [abstract]
George A. Barnett
Gorny Eugene         Russian LiveJournal: The national specifics in the development of a virtual
                     Community [abstract]
Michael Dahan        The Political Economy of CMC and ICTs in Israel and Palestine [abstract]
Alejandro            Real Internet Ubiquity: "Cacerolazos" as the end of vacuum in the
Artopoulos           information age and the start of a new kind of development in Argentina
                     [abstract]

Discourse Analysis and Uses, Collaborative Writing, Wikis (2)
 Engineering 1: lecture theatre AS2 [Mon-B-6]
Simeon Yates      Digital discourses: The limits of inter and multi disciplinary work in Internet
                  research [abstract]
Jennifer Stromer- Coherent Argument or Fragmented Flaming: Comparing Entertainment
Galley            and Political Chat Online [abstract]
Anna M.
Martinson
Eli Dresner       Visual Space and Interactive Written Discourse [abstract]


Net Governance and Information Policy (1) Pevensey seminar room 1A3 [Mon-B-7]
Andres Gallo     An empirical reappraisal of icann/udrp decisions [abstract]
Jay Kesan
Richard Collins  Internet Governance in the UK. A fourth way? [abstract]
Sandra Braman    The Processes of Emergence: Global Information Policy Regime
                 Formation and Features [abstract]
Timothy W. Luke Alternative "E"s in E-Science: Neither Everyone or Everything in the
Jeremy           European Science Policy's Conception of Citizenship on the Internet
Hunsinger        [abstract]
Monday 20.9
10.30 - 12.00
Sout East Asia      Pevensey seminar room 1A1 [Mon-B-8]
Ian Weber           Handing over the Internet to the Corporations:
                    China‟s Strategy for Controlled Commodification [abstract]
Kavita Karan        Cyber Communities in Rural Asia: A Comparative study of seven Asian
                    countries [abstract]
Shyam Tekwani       Terrorism and the Internet - Ubiquity along Parallel Lines. [abstract]
Wai Peng Lee        Uncertainty as a Motivator for Online Health Information Search and Use
                    among Singaporeans [abstract]

Links, Search (2)
Arundel 1 b: seminar room [Mon-B-9]
Gordon Fletcher     Contemporary Culture and Web Search Terms: one in the same?
                    [abstract]
Elizabeth           New Media? The Political Economy of Internet Search Engines
VanCouvering        [abstract]
Mike Thelwall       Hyperlink Analysis: Merton & Garfield vs. Malinowski & MacRoberts
                    [abstract]

12.15 -13.30
                    Sara Kiesler Keynote Session Professor Sara Kiesler                   is
                    with the Human-Computer Interaction Institute at Carnegie Mellon
                    University.
00:11-03:01         Birds of a Feather
Monday 20.9
14.30-16.00
Identity Online
Engineering 1: lecture theatre AS1 [Mon-C-1]
Maria Simone        Technology or context? A comparison of identity presentation across
Jan Fernback,       online and offline contexts    [abstract]
Andy Mendelson
Eimi Lev            The Presentation of Self in Online Life:
Lewinsky Anat       The Importance of Nicknames in Online Environments. [abstract]
Miguel Sicart       The Other Self: Layers of the Subject and Internet Ethics [abstract]
Lori Kendall        The Narrated Self: Self-Presentation and Image Management on Live
                    Journal [abstract]
Naomi Baron         You Are What They Post: Third-Party Identity Construction on the Internet
                    [abstract]

Politics and E-Democracy (3)      Pevensey lecture theatre 1A6 [Mon-C-2]
Danielle Wiese    The Rhetorical Construction of Cyber-Politics: Reading the 2004
                  American Primaries [abstract]
Roman             Differences in E-Democracy Traditions Between the US and the UK:
Gerodimos         How Internet Research and Practice Mirrors a Country's Political Culture
                  [abstract]
Jenny Pickerill   Interaction, participation, mobilisation: Inventive strategies in on-line
                  activism [abstract]
Andrew Clement    Everyday Internet(s): Situating Internet Use and Value [abstract]
Tracy Kennedy,
Ana Viseu,
Jane Aspinall

Games (3)           Pevensey seminar room 2A12 [Mon-C-3]
T.L. Taylor         Raising the Stakes: The Professionalization of Online Gaming [abstract]
Daniel Pargman      Law and order in online games [abstract]
Thomas Malaby       Ethical Code: Engagements and Evasions in the Design of Virtual Worlds
                    [abstract]
Monday 20.9
14.30-16.00
Linguistics         Engineering 1: lecture theatre AS2         [Mon-C-4]
Janez Strehovec     The Internet Verbal      [abstract]
Raquel Renno        Logcam - http://www.influenza.etc.br/logcam [abstract]
Rafael Marchetti

Inter/National Systems (3)
'Chichester Lecture Theatre' [Mon-C-5]
Maria Bakardjieva   The Internet in Central and Eastern Europe: The Case of Bulgaria
                    [abstract]
Mahmoud Eid         The Arabic Internet Features: Challenges and Satisfactions [abstract]
Eran Toch           A Single Fa‫ח‬ade? SHIL – Consistent Service for Multicultural Audience
Asmaa Ganayem       [abstract]
Anna Przybylska     Municipal websites in Poland: prospects for more partcipation of citizens in
                    political communication? [abstract]

Roundtable
E-Health
Pevensey seminar room 1A1 [Mon-C-6]
Monica Murero       Is Doctor Internet there? Roundtable of the Int. Network of Excellence in
                    E-Health Research [abstract]

Monday 20.9 14.30-16.00
Net Governance and Information Policy (2) Pevensey seminar room 1A3 [Mon-C-7]
Victor Pickard    Who Governs the Internet? State Power, Neoliberal Policy and the World
                  Summit on the Information Society (WSIS) [abstract]
Junhao Hong       China's Internet Policies: Characteristics, Problems, and Implications for
                  Democratization. [abstract]
Rajiv Shah        Theorizing Code: A Recursive Regulatory Model for Code [abstract]
Jay Kesan
Matthew Allen     Towards a governed Internet: Australian regulation of the Internet through
                  discourses of family and nation [abstract]

Online Political    Pevensey lecture theatre 1A7 [Mon-C-8]
Discourse
Eugenia Siapera     Towards an Online Umma? Varieties of European Islam Online [abstract]
Lincoln Dalhberg    The Fragmentation of the Cyber-Public? [abstract]
Joss Hands          Civil Society, Local Governance and the Web       [abstract]
Tamara Witschge     Talking immigration: An evaluation of online discussions and their
                    democratic Potential [abstract]

Election Campaigns
Arundel 1 b: seminar room [Mon-C-9]
Carlo Hagemann      The Content of Web sites in the Campaign for the European Elections
                    2004 [abstract]
Janelle Ward        The Internet and Election Campaigns: A Cross-National Comparison of
                    Slovenia and the UK during the 2004 European Parliamentary Elections
                    [abstract]
Katja Zeljan        Internet and the 2004 EU Parliament Elections in Slovenia [abstract]
Nicholas
Jankowski
16:30-18:00
AoIR AGM Chichester Lecture Theatre
19:30
Conference Dinner Downs Restaurant Bramber House
Tuesday
Tuesday 21.9
8:30-10:00
Education and Learning (1) Pevensey lecture theatre 1A7 [Tue-A-1]
Rachel Harris     Online learning community research – an interdisciplinary approach [abstract]
Alison Muirhead
Sonia Livingstone UK Children Go Online: National survey findings on the opportunities and risks
                  of internet use [abstract]
Magdalena Bober   Children‟s Voices on the Net: A creative presentation of qualitative findings
                  from the „UK Children Go Online‟ project [abstract]
Barbara           E-Learning as Policy as Practice [abstract]
Crossouard

Inter/National        'Chichester Lecture Theatre' [Tue-A-2]
Systems (4)
Mary Evans            Factors That Differentiate Internet Users and Non-users in Uzbekistan
Carolyn Wei, Jan      [abstract]
Spyridakis, Beth
Kolko
Thomas Guignard       Internet in Senegal, a paradoxal development     [abstract]
Xianhong Hu           A Case Study: Diffusion, Use and Impact of the Internet in a Chinese Small
                      Town Yima [abstract]
Sunyi Lee             The effects of Internet romance sites on romance novels and women‟s fiction
                      in Korea          [abstract]

Health (1)            Pevensey lecture theatre 1A6         [Tue-A-3]
Sandra Bell           The Nature of Support in Internet-based Self-help Groups for People Living
                      with a Chronic Health Condition [abstract]
Sally McMillan        Ubiquity Extends to Senior Citizens: A Qualitative Exploration of How Seniors‟
                      Use the Internet for Health-Related Information [abstract]
Chris Hagar           Down on the Farm: Internet Support During the UK Foot-and-Mouth Crisis
                      [abstract]

Gender (1)            Pevensey seminar room 1A1            [Tue-A-4]
Malin                 Young women‟s gender- and identity work in a Swedish Web community.
Sveningsson           [abstract]
Veronika Kalmus       Will the girls catch up? Current trends and perspectives on gender-based
                      digital divide in Estonia [abstract]
Jenny Sunden          Typing Monsters: (Re)production and Consumption of Hypertext Fiction
                      [abstract]

Blogs, Journals, Diaries (1) Pevensey seminar room 1A3 [Tue-A-5]
Lena Karlsson       “It‟s like a little book club of sorts except it‟s an online journal club”: Acts of
                    Reading Online Diaries [abstract]
Carolyn Miller      The Ubiquity of the Blog: A Genre Analysis [abstract]
Dawn Shepherd
Frank Schaap        Multimodal interactions and singular selves: Dutch weblogs and home pages
                    in the context of everyday life [abstract]
Gregor Petric       Personal web site in the context of late(post) modernity [abstract]
Troels Johansson    Internet Ubiquity in Cybernetic Geography: A Classification of Cyber-Places,
                    or How the Internet Happened to Be Everywhere [abstract]
Tuesday 21.9
8:30-10:00
Digital Divide, Adoption, Access and Ubiquity (1) Pevensey seminar room 2A12 [Tue-A-6]
Jasjit Sangha       Computer Literacy for Action: Bridging the „Digital Divide‟ with a Learner
Hongxia Shan        Centered Approach to Computer Education            [abstract]
Michael Oden        Beyond the Digital Access Divide: Toward Meaningful Measures of Information
Kathy Rock          and Communications Technology Gaps [abstract]
Ana Vasconcelos     The Internet, Ubiquity and the Right to Choose [abstract]
Shoshana Magnet Ubiquity in Internet Advertisements: Representations of Race, Sexuality,
                    Gender and Ability [abstract]

Space and Geographies (1) Engineering 1: lecture theatre AS1 [Tue-A-7]
Paul Bevan        Symptoms of a Ubiquitous Spatiality? Insights into Web Design Companies
                  [abstract]
Teodora     Erika Trading flows and internet hyperlinks: A network analysis [abstract]
Uberti
George Barnett    An examination of the determinants of international internet structure
Seung Joon Jun    [abstract]
Kathleen          The Myth of the Global: Imagined Geographies of Cyberspace [abstract]
Fitzpatrick

Death and Grief
Engineering 1: lecture theatre AS2 [Tue-A-8]
Tasha Buch          Death and grief on www.Mindet.dk - an affirmative webcommunity [abstract]
Louise Holm
Pedersen
Na'ama Shapira      Online Websites in Memory of Terror Victims:An Inter-Cultural Comparison
Tali Ran-Priel      [abstract]
Lisbeth Klastrup    “Damn, I died today”- death and the good life in the online entertainment
                    worlds [abstract]

Social Networks and Online Communities (1)      Arundel 1 b: seminar room [Tue-A-9]
Gilad Ravid       Scale Free and Small Worlds Networks: Studying A-Synchronous Discussion
                  Groups [abstract]
Moses             Evaluating Web Sites of Online Activism [abstract]
Boudourides
Dominik Batorski  Social networks of Instant Messaging communication     [abstract]
Brian Dennis      Analyzing a Network of RSS Subscribers for Social Navigation Clues
                  [abstract]

Tuesday 21.9
10.30 - 12.00
Education and Learning (2) Pevensey lecture theatre 1A7 [Tue-B-1]
Rebecca Eynon     The use of the Internet in teaching and learning in Higher Education [abstract]
Juliet Eve        Power and Identity in Online Learning Environments [abstract]
Camille Johnson   College Faculty and Internet Use: How online communication is redefining
Steve Jones       teaching, administration, and scholarship in the academe [abstract]
Franz Barjak      On the integration of the Internet into science communication [abstract]
Najib Harabi
Tuesday 21.9
10.30 - 12.00
Inter/National Systems (5)
'Chichester Lecture Theatre'          [Tue-B-2]
Laurence Claeys      Internet use in the daily life of „new internet citizens‟ in Flanders [abstract]
Louise Clark         Participation and Ownership: Farmer-friendly Agricultural Information Systems
                     in Bolivia         [abstract]
Isa Ducke            Use of the Internet by NGO umbrella organizations in Japan, Korea, and
                     Germany – a comparative study [abstract]
Dmitry Epstein       The New Road Map: NGO's in the Internet Age [abstract]
Sharon
Ashkenazy
Neide Osada          Satellite of Information in Pipa: the doorway of Technology of Information and
Gilson Schwartz      Communication [abstract]

Health (2)
Pevensey lecture theatre 1A6         [Tue-B-3]
Maude Frances        Conversations with science and medicine: perspectives of people with
Carla Treloar        hepatitis C. [abstract]
Sarah Stewart        Delivering the goods: an exploration of the implications of the Internet for
                     midwives [abstract]

Tuesday 21.9
10.30 - 12.00
Gender (2)
Pevensey seminar room 1A1         [Tue-B-4]
Joon Lee             Mediated Confession and the Discourse of Sexuality in Korea: Empowerment
                     of Women in Online Communities [abstract]
Catherine Ridings    A Gender Perspective of Virtual Community Use [abstract]
Bonnie Montano
Anoush Simon         Perceptions of access and exclusion in the information society [abstract]


Blogs, Journals, Diaries (2)    Pevensey seminar room 1A3 [Tue-B-5]
K.D. Trammell       Rzeczpospolita blog‫ף‬w: Identifying the uses & gratifications of Polish bloggers
Justyna Hofmokl,    [abstract]
Alek Tarkowski
Lois Scheidt        Addressing the Unseen: The Audience Envisioned for Adolescent Diary
                    Weblogs [abstract]
Christine Ogan      Confession, Revelation and Story telling: Patterns of Use on a Popular Turkish
Kursat Cagiltay     Web Site [abstract]

Digital Divide, Adoption, Access and Ubiquity (2) Pevensey seminar room 2A12 [Tue-B-6]
Margaret            Where Does It End?: Education, Software, and the Digital Divide [abstract]
Gonzales
Liz Sutton          Live Wires: Negotiating Internet Participation and Exclusion [abstract]
Antonia Ivaldi,
Karen Kellard,
Ruth Lister,
Graham Murdock
Ellen Helsper       Lower social status groups and the internet: differences and similarities
                    [abstract]
Catherine           Should the Internet be Everywhere? Canadian Perspectives on Ubiquitous
Middleton           Internet Access [abstract]
Teresa Ritter,
Alison Powell
Tuesday 21.9
10.30 - 12.00
Space and Geographies (2)       Engineering 1: lecture theatre AS1 [Tue-B-7]
Clifford Tatum   Vancouver Chinatown: An exploration of spatiality online and offline [abstract]
Michael Nentwich Ubiquitous cyberscience? On the limits to the virtualisation of research in the
                 digital Age [abstract]
Laura Forlano    Wireless Time, Space, Freedom: The Social and Cultural Impact of Wireless
                 Technology in Tokyo, Berlin and New York [abstract]
Tau Lenskjold    Digital Unitary Urbanism- Investigating the role of the Internet in the
Nicolas          emergence of mobile and location based technologies in urban spaces
Cederstr‫ר‬m, Rune [abstract]
Huvendick Jensen
Jeremy Shapiro,  Multiple Realities and Multiple Selves Among Users of the Ubiquitous Internet
Linda F. Crafts,  [abstract]
Rick Daniels

Religion, Ethics and Spirituality   Engineering 1: lecture theatre AS2 [Tue-B-8]
Stewart Hoover      Personal Religion Online [abstract]
Lynn Schofield
Clark
Heidi Campbell      Postcyborg Ethics: A New Way to Speak of Technology? [abstract]

Tuesday 21.9 10.30 - 12.00
Social Networks and Online Communities (2) Arundel 1 b: seminar room [Tue-B-9]
Scott Golder      Social Roles in Online Communities [abstract]
Judith Donath
Blair Nonnecke    Online Lurking: Current and Past [abstract]
Jenny Preece,
Dorine Andrews
Vladimir Soroka   Can Cultural Capital be Measured in Virtual Communities? [abstract]
Uwe Matzat        The Quality of Information in Knowledge Exchanging Online Groups: A higher
                  User Satisfaction with Online Discussions via Offline Social Networks?
                  [abstract]

12.15-13.30
                     Nina Wakeford Keynote Session Professor Nina Wakeford
                     of the Incubator for Critical Inquiry into Technology and Ethnography
                     (INCITE) research centre in the Department of Sociology, University
                     of Surrey.
00:11-03:01          Birds of a Feather

14.30-16.00
Education and Learning (3)     Pevensey lecture theatre 1A7 [Tue-C-1]
Lari Garrison      iStudy: An Indepth Look at a Student Constructed Online Community of
                   Learners
                    [abstract]
Micheline Frenette University students‟ appropriation of the internet: An international study – part
                   1
                    - quebec [abstract]
Ulla    Johnsson- University students‟ appropriation of the internet:
Smaragdi           An international study – part 2 - quebec [abstract]
John Pryor         Formative assessment, the internet and academic identity [abstract]
Tuesday 21.9
14.30-16.00
Bridging the two sides of the screen: Online information, production and consumption
Pevensey seminar room 1A1 [Tue-C-2]
Shani Orgad         Making Sense of Information: Breast Cancer Patients‟ Storytelling Online and
                    Offline [abstract]
Elizabeth     Van New Media? The Political Economy of Internet Search Engines [abstract]
Couvering
Joelle Kivits       Researching information practices and information seekers:
                    Making sense of online health information.      [abstract]
Robin Mansell       Information Provenance, Mediation and the Structuring of the Internet
                    [abstract]

Internet Art (1)
Pevensey lecture theatre 1A6          [Tue-C-3]
Elizabeth Coulter-     Ubiquitous Visions: The Art and Science of the Next Generation Semantic
Smith                  Web [abstract]
Tim Roth               100 Days - 100 Imachinations an exploration of the materiality and the
                       placement of images [abstract]
Caterina Davinio       Beyond Net.Art. Real Things Across the Cyberspace        [abstract]
in collaboration
with 150
international
artists
Claudia Vieira         transindividualism? problematising the transindividualist cybersoma [abstract]

Tuesday 21.9       14.30-16.00
Sexuality, Gay/Lesbian/Queer         Engineering 1: lecture theatre AS1 [Tue-C-4]
Sharif             Being seen to be gay: User profiles and the construction of gay male
Mowlabocus         identity in cyberspace. [abstract]
Mary Bryson        When Jill Jacks In: Queer Women and the Net [abstract]
Alison Evans       Factors motivating participation in an online survey of sexual behaviour
Dick Wiggins,       [abstract]
Graham Bolding,
Mark Davis,
Jonathan Elford
Kate O'Riordan     Transgender Activism And The Internet: Theories And Practices [abstract]
Susanna            A personal message from Monica Sweetpoo: Power, affect and online
Paasonen           pornography [abstract]

Blogs, Journals, Diaries (3)    Pevensey seminar room 1A3 [Tue-C-5]
Karen Gustafson     Blog Sites and the Creation of Community [abstract]
Paul Hodkinson      Subcultural Blogging? Individual, Community and Communication [abstract]
Jill Walker         Distributed Narrative: Telling Stories Across Networks [abstract]
Sarah       Michele Public and Private on LiveJournal: An Investigation of Bloggers' Opinions and
Ford                Practices [abstract]

Digital Divide, Adoption, Access and Ubiquity (3) Pevensey seminar room 2A12 [Tue-C-6]
Peter Hyland        Two Australian Portals to increase Internet use [abstract]
Adrian Collins,
Sim Kim Lau
Irina Shklovski     From ability to purpose: insights into different uses of the Internet by different
Katherine           populations. [abstract]
Bessiere
Yogesh Dwivedi      Broadband adoption: A UK residential consumers perspective [abstract]
Dr. Jyoti Choudrie
Tuesday 21.9
14.30-16.00
Teens and Youth Online
Engineering 1: lecture theatre AS2         [Tue-C-7]
Rebekah Willett      „What exactly is a paedophile?‟: Children talking about Internet risk [abstract]
Andrew Burn
Lynn Clark           The Constant Contact Generation: Exploring Teen Friendship Networks Online
                       [abstract]
Gustavo Mesch        Homophily and Social Networks in Computer Mediated Communication:
Ilan Talmud          A Study of Adolescents in Israel. [abstract]
Victor Thiessen      Internet access inside and outside the home – effects on youth [abstract]
Dianne Looker
Nadia Kutscher       Education versus Inequality on- and offline - The socially stratified virtual
Hans-Uwe Otto,       space
Alexandra Klein,     as a challenge for formative offers [abstract]
Stefan Iske

Collaboration, Open Source, P2P (1) 'Chichester Lecture Theatre' [Tue-C-8]
Andrew Lih         Wikipedia: A Case Study in Networked Collaboration for Participatory
                   Journalism [abstract]
Matt Ratto         Why is this penguin angry? Linux, social values and emotional attachments.
                   [abstract]
Adrian Mackenzie Java™: the practical virtuality of Internet programming    [abstract]

Tuesday 21.9 14.30-16.00
Social Networks and Online Communities (3)             Arundel 1 b: seminar room [Tue-C-9]
Reuven Aviv         Virtual Neighborhoods Architecture of Online Communities [abstract]
Zippy Erlich, Gilad
Ravid
Marcus Foth         Working Towards Continuity in a Highly Volatile Community Network
                    [abstract]
Cristian Bogdan     Neither Young, nor Dead: Sustainability of Internet Communities [abstract]
Daniel Pargman
Mark Gaved          Grassroots initiated networked communities: a viable method of overcoming
Paul Mulholland     multiple digital inequalities within communities of locality? [abstract]
Tuesday 21.9
16.30-18.00
Mapping the Self Online: A Discussion on Approaches and Practices Considering online
autobiographical narratives            Pevensey lecture theatre 1A7 [Tue-D-1]
Heidi Campbell     the construction of communal identity [abstract]
Stewart Hoover     "Plausible Narrative of the Self" [abstract]
Mia L‫צ‬vheim       the construction of religious identity online in youth on discussion lists in
                  Sweden. [abstract]
Jin Kyu Park      the social and cultural potentials of the Internet for expression / presentation of
                  identity as part of its construction process. [abstract]
Studying Online Conversational Communities: Tools and Techniques.
Pevensey seminar room 1A1 [Tue-D-2]
Marc Smith        Studying Online Conversational Communities: Tools and Techniques.
                  [abstract]
Jeremy Hunsinger Understanding the Importance of Barriers in Group Development [abstract]
Wes Shumar        Framing A Virtual Ethnography: Studying Teachers at the Math Forum
                  [abstract]
Tuesday 21.9
16.30-18.00
Internet Art (2)
Pevensey lecture theatre 1A6      [Tue-D-3]
Jorunn Borgen       Artworks, communication and learning processes among youngsters age 16-
                    22 [abstract]
Jirayu              Fragments of me [abstract]
Uttaranakorn
Daryl Hepting,
Sheila Petty

Online Games
Engineering 1: lecture theatre AS1      [Tue-D-4]
Tetsuro Kobayashi   •gClan•h as a source of trust: Ferment of social capital through involvement
Ken'ichi Ikeda      in an online game [abstract]
Ken'ichi Ikeda      Japanese Lineage Users in Group Context [abstract]
Makoto
Shimura,Katy Wu,
and Eri
Shigemasu
Geun Young          Lifestyles in On-line Game World: The Emergence of Cyber-Behavior Patterns
Chang               in Two Different Cultural Context of Korea and Japan [abstract]
Jee Yeon Kim
Leo Sang-Min        The Comparative Cultural Analysis of On-line Game Addiction: Consuming
Whang               Behavior Psychology of Digital Images in Different Cultural Context [abstract]
Se-Jin Heo

Tuesday 21.9 16.30-18.00
Blogs, Journals, Diaries (4)    Pevensey seminar room 1A3 [Tue-D-5]
Alexander          Linking weblog neighborhoods: between "small pieces" and "winner-take-all"
Halavais           [abstract]
Kaye Trammell      Blogging from a Pedagogical Perspective [abstract]
Richard Ferdig
Taejin Jung        Individaul motivations and self-presentation strategies on hosting weblog
Hyunsook Youn      format Homepage [abstract]

Digital Divide, Adoption, Access and Ubiquity (4) Pevensey seminar room 2A12 [Tue-D-6]
Alison Norris       Library Website Usability Assessment [abstract]
Pille Vengerfeldt   The Role of Information Environment in Internet Adoption and Use [abstract]
Vesna Dolnicar      When the Digital Divide Truly Decreases? New Developments in
Vasja Vehovar,      Digital Divide Measurements [abstract]
Pavle Sicherl

Collaboration, Open Source, P2P (2)       'Chichester Lecture Theatre' [Tue-D-7]
Lee Salter        The Ontology of the Internet: An Open Source Approach to Online Research
David Berry        [abstract]
Thomas Streeter   "Self-Motivating Exhilaration": on the Role of Culture in the Origins of Open
                  Computing [abstract]
Genevi‫ט‬ve Vidal   P2P users : a capacity for ubiquity ? [abstract]
Vincent Mabillot

Auctions
Engineering 1: lecture theatre AS2        [Tue-D-8]
Ken Hillis          Auctioning the Authentic: eBay and the Superfluity of Memory      [abstract]
Nathan Epley        eBay as Arbiter of Value [abstract]
Michele White       Buy It Now: The Articulation of Objects and Identities through eBay [abstract]
                 Tuesday 21.9 16.30-18.00
Couch Student Award
Arundel 1 b: seminar room [Tue-D-9]
Lee Han          "Race in yberqueer space: Looking at race in online personal
                 advertisements for men seeking men."
Shawn McIntosh   "Moving Fw: Theoretical perspectives on the role of email joke forwarding in
                 maintaining online social relationships."
Justin Goarcke   "Formation and reinforcement of Goth identity online."
anndndnoy
Wednesday 22.9 8.30 -10.00
Online News and Journalism/Internet vs. Traditional Media (1)
Pevensey lecture theatre 1A7 [Wed-A-1]
Axel Bruns           Ubiquitous Online News: Content Syndication and the Semantic Web
                     [abstract]
Sabryna Cornish      Framing of the internet by traditional U.S. mass media [abstract]
David Park           Webcasting‟s Importance to the Radio Underdogs: Noncommercial
                     Radio, Local Scenes, & the Absorption of the Internet-accessible
                     Audience [abstract]
Fernanda Pizzi       The telegraph and the Internet: a history of similarities [abstract]

Metaphors, Phenomenologies, Philosophies and Conceptualizations (1)
Pevensey lecture theatre 1A6 [Wed-A-2]
Tarleton Gillespie   Manufacturing a Principle: 'End-to-End' in the Design of the Internet
                     [abstract]
Ted Coopman          Ubiquitous Resistance: Complex Systems and the Infrastructures of
                     Dissent [abstract]
Pille Runnel         Lived online environments: conceptualising public and private online
                      [abstract]
Joost Van            Viral Hauntings: A Phenomenology of Cyberrisks             [abstract]


Domestic Use
Pevensey seminar room 1A1         [Wed-A-3]
Sue Cranmer            Families' uses of the internet: how access at home reinforces existing
                       social inequalities for children and young people [abstract]
Ben Anderson           Just Passing Through – does persistent and transient „domestic ICT
                       poverty‟ mean that the Internet (and the mobile phone) may never be
                       ubiquitous? [abstract]
Tracy L. M. Kennedy    The Domestic Internet: Cyber-Freedom or Virtual Chains? [abstract]

Planning and Space
Pevensey seminar room 1A3            [Wed-A-4]
Christian Sandvig      Hotspot move, countermove: Invisible chess games to price the
                       Internet in public spaces [abstract]
Dawn Nafus             Who‟s got an E-Business? Small Businesses, Innovation Policy and
                       the New Geographic Othering [abstract]
John Monberg           Building Systems: Planning Metropolitan Regions in a Global Context
                       [abstract]
Rajiv Shah             Delineating the Politics of Architecture [abstract]

Wednesday 22.9         8.30 -10.00
Social + Online Relationships
'Chichester Lecture Theatre' [Wed-A-5]
Ben Oldfield           Loneliness, Social Support and Internet Use
Dennis Howitt           [abstract]
Ronald Rice            The Internet And Social Interaction: Comparative Results From The
Adrian Shepherd,       U.S. 1995 & 2000 And Britain 2003        [abstract]
James E. Katz,
William Dutton
Online Relationships
Stephanie Tuszynski    For Life: Long-Term Emotional Consequences of Online Social
                       Interaction [abstract]
Helen Cho              Asian Women Get Personal: Responses by U.S. men to Personals by
                       subjects depicing 5 Asian Nationalities and 5 goals for personal contact
                       [abstract]
Wednesday 22.9         8.30 -10.00
Politics, Elections and Campaigns
Engineering 1: lecture theatre AS2         [Wed-A-6]
Steven Schneider       Web Campaigning by US Presidential Primary Candidates in 2000 and
Foot, Kirsten          2004: The Evolution of Strategic Deployment of Online Structure for
                       Political Action [abstract]
Han Woo Park           Political Web linking practice in South Korea [abstract]
Shahiraa Binti Sahul   Online Campaigns he 2004 Indonesian Elections [abstract]
Rameed, Randolph
Kluver
Moses Boudourides      Evaluating Online Campaigning in the 2004 Greek National Elections
                       [abstract]

Roundtable - Is There a There There?
Pevensey seminar room 2A12 [Wed-A-7]
Rhiannon Bury         Is There a There There? Perceptions and Conceptualizations of
(Co-organizer)        Cyberspace and Internet [abstract]
Andrew Herman

Faculty Support
Arundel 1 b: seminar room         [Wed-A-8]
Nicholas Bowskill      A Virtual Faculty Mentoring Project for Creating Online Curriculum
                       [abstract]
Maggie McVay-Lynch     The Realities of Technical Implementation and Support for a
                       Worldwide Online Community of Faculty [abstract]
Michael Warner         Building Communication and Support Avenues through Technologies
                       [abstract]
Steve McCarty          Meeting a Worldwide Need for Community and Faculty Support for
                       Online Education [abstract]

Wednesday 22.9
10.30 - 12.00
Online News and Journalism/Internet vs. Traditional Media (2)
Pevensey lecture theatre 1A7 [Wed-B-1]
Martha McCaughey     Can Unscrewed be Unskewed? Television Coverage of the Internet
                     [abstract]
Alison Bambridge     State of Play: An Analysis of the Effect of Cyberculture on Lewes Town
                     Football Club [abstract]
John Killoran        resume.html: A Survey of New Practices for an Old Genre [abstract]
Klaus Jensen           Sounding the Internet [abstract]

Metaphors, Phenomenologies, Philosophies and Conceptualizations (2)
Pevensey lecture theatre 1A6 [Wed-B-2]
Maren Hartmann       From the information to the network society: Ubiquitous metaphors?
                     [abstract]
Christine Hine       Ethnography within ICT-laden cultures and the development of
                     research relationships [abstract]
David Teh            From Utility to Ubiquity: Paul Valery and the Economy of Content
                     [abstract]
Jacques Ibanez       Esth‫י‬tico - phenomenological approach of bodily involvement in
                     personal Web Sites [abstract]
Wednesday 22.9        10.30 - 12.00
Resistance?
Pevensey seminar room 1A1         [Wed-B-3]
Taso Lagos            Parallel Societies: The Emerging Microsized Online Public Sphere and
                      Its Ramifications in Emerging Politically Deliberative Bodies [abstract]
Andrew Baoill         MoveOn - a postmodern democracy : rethinking public participation in
                      the laptop Age [abstract]
Victor Pickard        Co-opting the Internet to Cooperate: Models of Digital Democracy,
                      Cyber-resistance and Technological Dissent [abstract]
Clifford Tatum        Resistance for the Rest of Us: Apple, File Sharing, and the Transversal
Ted M. Coopman        Paradox [abstract]

Internet Research Ethics
Pevensey seminar room 1A3          [Wed-B-4]
Elizabeth Buchanan    Internet Research Ethics: Theories, Best Practices, Emerging Issues
                      [abstract]
Maria Bakardjieva     Internet Research Ethics: Theories, Best Practices, Emerging Issues
                      [abstract]
Mark Johns            The Institutional Review:" Research Ethics, the Law, and Power
                      Politics [abstract]
Caroline              Minding your practices: Exposure and Anonymity in Social Network
Haythornthwaite       Data [abstract]
Jeremy Hunsinger      Privacy? What Privacy?Cultural expectations vs. technological
                      realities [abstract]
Charles Ess           Eastern Perspectives on Human SubjectsProtections: New Challenges
                      for a Global Online Research Ethics [abstract]

Wednesday 22.9        10.30 - 12.00
Metaphors
Pevensey seminar room 2A12          [Wed-B-5]
Camille Johnson       From Computing to Surfing: Tracking the conceptual development of
                      the internet through computer technology advertisements [abstract]
Sabryna Cornish       Metaphorical Framing in Online Advocacy Web sites: Case Study of
                      Moveon.org [abstract]
Kevin Q. Harvey       Online Universities: The Commoditization of Education [abstract]
Claudia Ivon Rivera   The superhighway to “the Electronic Frontier” and “the Internet
de Blanco             Weather” …
                      How metaphors of the internet fertilize our fears, expectations and
                      experiences of this phenomenon            [abstract]

Localities
Engineering 1: lecture theatre AS1 [Wed-B-6]
Henrike Schmidt       Virtual (re)unification? Diasporic culture(s) and their representations on
Katy Teubener, Nils   the Russian Internet [abstract]
Zurawski
Heike Greschke        First and second order localities: Latin American migrants and
                      communicative constructions of identity. [abstract]
Diane Potts           “From literacies to (multi)literacies” Korean youth and Internet in
                      Canada. [abstract]
Shyam Tekwani         The Tamil Diaspora, Tamil Militancy, and the Internet [abstract]
Mei Wu                Re-contextualize the “Chineseness” outside China: Chinese diaspora
                      on the Internet [abstract]
Don Slater            Discussant [abstract]
Wednesday 22.9        10.30 - 12.00
Youth, Cyberactivism, Cybergeography
Engineering 1: lecture theatre AS1      [Wed-B-7]
Robert Ramsay       The Internet and its Geographic Dilemma: Constructing the Digital
                    Divide [abstract]
Jason Gallo         Cross-platform media activism: the 'Bush in 30 Seconds' Campaign
                    [abstract]
Christine Feldman   The Internet-ional Jetset: Mod Culture Online [abstract]
D. Linda Garcia     Discussant

(Chicago)
Engineering 1: lecture theatre AS2     [Wed-B-8]
Daniel Weisberg     The hidden demographics of the Internet: Accounting for race, gender,
                    age and class in netnographic research [abstract]
Han Lee             Race in cyberqueer space: Looking at race in online personal ads for
                    men seeking men [abstract]
Elaine Yuan         The economic and cultural factors in the adoption of the Internet in
                    China [abstract]

Fantasy and Games
Arundel 1 b: seminar room       [Wed-B-9]
Jeroen Jansz        Fan sites for Final Fantasy X and its direct successor Final Fantasy
Mirjam Vosmeer      X/2: Female performance on fan-sites concerning FFX (FFX/2)
                    [abstract]
Olli Sotamaa        Mapping the contexts of modder agency
                     [abstract]
Hector Postigo      Of Mods and Modders: Chasing Down the Value of Fan Based Video
                    Game Modifications [abstract]
Mia Consalvo        Get your cheat codes here: Online help, offline play, and the structure
                    of the “support side” of the digital game industry [abstract]