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Recently I found out that the bulk of my academic work (from another life) was no longer accessible – because my personal files are so old that they either can’t be read by modern software or they’ve simply become corrupted. It’s going to take a while to recreate the content, but it was more than a decade of my life that I want to preserve, so I’ll be trying to reconstruct that work.

When I get them done, I’ll post them here. (Note: Some of the material may be missing critical passages, such as bibliographies which in many cases are extremely important. For that I apologize in advance). Many of the journal articles are copyright, unfortunately, so I can’t post the full text here. The conference papers, however, are fair game. 🙂

Published Book Chapters

Lievrouw, L. A., Bucy, E. P., Finn, T. A., Frindte, W., Gershon, R. A., Haythornthwaite, C., Kohler, T., Metz, J. M. and Sundar, S. S. 2001. Bridging the subdisciplines: An overview of communication and technology research. W. B. Gudykunst, Ed. Communication Yearbook, 24. Sage Publications, Thousand Oaks, CA, pp. 271–296.

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Published Articles (peer-reviewed)

Computer-Mediated Communication: Literature Review of a New Context. Journal of Organizational Computing and Electronic Commerce 04/1994; 2(2):31-49

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Balancing Act: Orality and Linearity in Computer-Mediated Communication. New Jersey Journal of Communication, v4 n1 p61-70 Spr 1996. [Full Text]

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Clash of the Cybercultures: The ‘Ugly American’ OnLineMid-Atlantic Almanack, 4, 1995, pp. 61-71.

Computer-Mediated Communication and the Question of Culture. New Jersey Journal of Communication, 3 (1), 1995, pp. 1-25.

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“Frederick Jackson Turner And The Democratization Of The Electronic Frontier.” (with Rod Carveth) American Sociologist. The American Sociologist 03/1996; 27(1):72-90. DOI: 10.1007/BF02691999 [Preview]

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Conference Papers (peer-reviewed)

“Social Group Formation and Computer Network Messaging Systems.” Paper presented at the annual Eastern Communication Association conference, New York, NY, April 1996.

“Sexual Antics On-line: Gender and (Virtual) Reality.” Paper presented at the annual Eastern Communication Association conference, New York, NY, April 1996.

Misunderstanding Cyberculture: Martin Rimm and the ‘Cyberporn’ Study.” (with Rod Carveth). Paper presented at the annual Popular Culture Association conference, Las Vegas, NV, March 1996.

“Turner’s Frontier Hypothesis and the Internet.” (with Rod Carveth). Paper presented at the annual Speech Communication Association conference, San Antonio, TX, November, 1995.

“Balancing Act: The Struggle Between Isolation and Unification Through Computer-Mediated Communication.” Paper presented at the annual Eastern Communication Association conference, Pittsburgh, PA, May, 1995.

A Brief History of the Internet.” Paper presented at the American Historical Association, October, 1995.

“Computer-Mediated Communication Cultures: An Ethnographic Examination.” Paper presented at the annual Speech Communication conference, New Orleans, LA, November, 1994.

“Video Via the Internet: Usenet Images.” (with Scott Shamp). Paper presented at the Visual Communication Association conference, Sacramento, CA, June, 1994.

“The Homology of Compusex.” Paper presented at the annual Eastern Communication Association conference, Washington, DC, May, 1994.

“Star Trek and the Battle Between Technocracy and Technopoly.” (with Rod Carveth). Paper presented at the 1993 annual New England American Studies Association conference, Waltham, MA, May 1993.

“Videotex Trends.” Paper presented at the annual Eastern Communication Association conference, New Haven, CT, May, 1993.

“Computer-Mediated Communication and Medium Theory.” Paper presented at the annual Eastern Communication Association conference, New Haven, CT, May, 1993. Top 3 papers in Applied Communication Division.

“Computer-Mediated Communication: Perceptions of a New Context.” Paper presented at the annual Speech Communication Association conference, Chicago, IL, October, 1992.

Napkins Dialogues

Life of a Packet (Walk), Part 1. Published June 30, 2015.

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