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Volume 15, Number 8 - 2 August 2010 Government and e-participation programs: A study of the challenges faced by institutional projects Abstract   HTML
Francisco Paulo Jamil Almeida Marques
 
Volume 20, Number 12 - 7 December 2015 Green light for interaction: Party use of social media during the 2014 Swedish election year Abstract   HTML
Anders Olof Larsson
 
Volume 9, Number 10 - 4 October 2004 Grey Tuesday, online cultural activism and the mash–up of music and politics Abstract   HTML
Sam Howard–Spink
 
Special Issue #1: Music and the Internet — 4 July 2005 Grey Tuesday, online cultural activism and the mash-up of music and politics (originally published in October 2004) Abstract   HTML
Sam Howard-Spink
 
Volume 6, Number 4 - 2 April 2001 Growing a National Learning Environments and Resources Network for Science, Mathematics, Engineering, and Technology Education Abstract   HTML
Lee L. Zia
 
Volume 10, Number 9 - 5 September 2005 Habermas’ heritage: The future of the public sphere in the network society Abstract   HTML
Pieter Boeder
 
Volume 1, Number 3 - 2 September 1996 Habits of mind and a new technology of freedom Abstract   HTML   PDF
Lloyd Morrisett
 
Volume 14, Number 7 - 6 July 2009 Hacking and power: Social and technological determinism in the digital age Abstract   HTML
Tim Jordan
 
Volume 10, Number 9 - 5 September 2005 Hacking for a cause Abstract   HTML
Brian Still
 
Volume 4, Number 10 - 4 October 1999 Hacking memes Abstract   HTML
Stephen Downes
 
Volume 21, Number 1 - 4 January 2016 Hacking the streets: ‘Smart’ writing in the smart city Abstract   HTML
Spencer Jordan
 
Volume 7, Number 10 - 7 October 2002 Hacktivists or Cyberterrorists? The Changing Media Discourse on Hacking Abstract   HTML
Sandor Vegh
 
Volume 2, Number 6 - 2 June 1997 Haiti and Internet Governance Abstract   HTML
John S. Quarterman
 
Volume 20, Number 8 - 3 August 2015 Haitian resiliency: A case study in intermittent infrastructure Abstract   HTML
Donald J. Patterson
 
Volume 15, Number 10 - 4 October 2010 Has green news reporting gone green? An analysis of geographically diverse newspapers' online and print coverage of climate change Abstract   HTML
Marguerite J. Watt
 
Volume 22, Number 9 - 4 September 2017 Hashtags as online communities with social support: A study of anti-sexism-in-science hashtag movements Abstract   HTML
Jennifer Golbeck, Summer Ash, Nicole Cabrera
 
Volume 8, Number 12 - 1 December 2003 Hate and peace in a connected world: Comparing MoveOn and Stormfront Abstract   HTML
Noriko Hara, Zilia Estrada
 
Volume 22, Number 9 - 4 September 2017 Have we finally bridged the digital divide? Smart phone and Internet use patterns by race and ethnicity Abstract   HTML
Robert W. Fairlie
 
Volume 17, Number 10 - 1 October 2012 Health information politics: Reconsidering the democratic ideal of the Web as a source of medical knowledge Abstract   HTML
Astrid Mager
 
Volume 5, Number 10 - 2 October 2000 Hello, out there: A look at distance education in Alaska Abstract   HTML
Maria Elena Reyes, Claudette Bradley
 
Volume 5, Number 5 - 1 May 2000 Helpmate: A multimedia Web teaching framework Abstract   HTML
Kevin Curran, Barry Devine
 
Volume 19, Number 6 - 2 June 2014 Heteromation and its (dis)contents: The invisible division of labor between humans and machines Abstract   HTML
Hamid Ekbia, Bonnie Nardi
 
Volume 20, Number 9 - 7 September 2015 Heuristic evaluations of the accessibility of learning management systems (LMSs) as authoring tools for teachers Abstract   HTML
Weiqin Chen, Norun Christine Sanderson, Siri Kessel, Aleksandra Królak
 
Volume 19, Number 5 - 5 May 2014 Hidden participation in the public sphere: Understanding Malaysian university students’ public discourse practices in cyberspace Abstract   HTML
Mei-Yuit Chan, Shameem Rafik-Galea, Ngee-Thai Yap
 
Volume 3, Number 9 - 7 September 1998 Higher education: From craft-production to capitalist enterprise? Abstract   HTML
Kit Sims Taylor
 
Special Issue #4: Urban Screens: Discovering the potential of outdoor screens for urban society Hijacking the urban screen: Trends in outdoor advertising and predictions for the use of video art and urban screens Abstract   HTML
Raina Kumra
 
Volume 13, Number 3 - 3 March 2008 History, Hype, and Hope: An Afterward Details   HTML
David Silver
 
Volume 7, Number 8 - 5 August 2002 Hoax E-mails and Bonsai Kittens: Are You E-literate in the Docuverse? Abstract   HTML
Angela Lewis
 
Volume 17, Number 2 - 6 February 2012 Home computer ownership and Internet use in China: Trends, disparities, socioeconomic impacts, and policy implications Abstract   HTML
Qingbin Wang, Minghao Li
 
Volume 18, Number 10 - 7 October 2013 Home made big data‽ Challenges and opportunities for participatory social research Abstract   HTML
Alexander Halavais
 
Volume 19, Number 3 - 3 March 2014 Homelessness, wirelessness, and (in)visibility: Critical reflections on the Homeless Hotspots Project and the ensuing online discourse Abstract   HTML
Jes A. Koepfler, Christopher Mascaro, Paul T. Jaeger
 
Volume 3, Number 10 - 5 October 1998 Homesteading the Noosphere Abstract   HTML
Eric S. Raymond
 
Special Issue #2: Open Source — 3 October 2005 Homesteading the Noosphere (originally published in Volume 3, Number 10, October 1998) Abstract   HTML
Eric Raymond
 
Volume 4, Number 8 - 2 August 1999 Honest news in the Slashdot decade Abstract   HTML
Matthew Priestley
 
Volume 5, Number 8 - 7 August 2000 Horses to water: Student use of course newsgroups Abstract   HTML
Fatemeh Bagherian, Warren Thorngate
 
Volume 16, Number 4 - 4 April 2011 How college students use the Web to conduct everyday life research Abstract   HTML
Alison J Head, Michael B. Eisenberg
 
Volume 22, Number 5 - 1 May 2017 How do Saudi youth engage with social media? Abstract   HTML
Nigel Stanger, Noorah Alnaghaimshi, Erika Pearson
 
Volume 21, Number 11 - 7 November 2016 How does the front page of the Internet behave? Readability, emoticon use, and links on Reddit Abstract   HTML
Andrew Tsou
 
Volume 22, Number 11 - 6 November 2017 How geopolitical conflict shapes the mass-produced online map Abstract   HTML
Sterling D. Quinn, Doran A. Tucker
 
Volume 9, Number 7 - 5 July 2004 How public opinion polls define and circumscribe online privacy Abstract   HTML
Kim Sheehan
 
Volume 21, Number 5 - 2 May 2016 How relevant is copyright to online artists? A qualitative study of understandings, coping strategies, and possible solutions Abstract   HTML
Liz Dowthwaite, Robert J. Houghton, Richard Mortier
 
Volume 20, Number 2 - 2 February 2015 How to control the Internet: Comparative political implications of the Internet's engineering Abstract   HTML
Steven Lloyd Wilson
 
Volume 18, Number 10 - 7 October 2013 How to do things with data: Meta–data, meta–media, and meta–communication Abstract   HTML
Klaus Bruhn Jensen
 
Volume 15, Number 3 - 1 March 2010 How today’s college students use Wikipedia for course-related research Abstract   HTML
Alison J. Head, Michael B. Eisenberg
 
Volume 5, Number 5 - 1 May 2000 How will the music industry weather the globalization storm? Abstract   HTML
Wilfred Dolfsma
 
Volume 12 Number 11 - 5 November 2007 Hub and terminal: Developing a method for textual analysis on the World Wide Web Abstract   HTML
Christopher Paul
 
Special Issue #7: Command Lines: The Emergence of Governance in Global Cyberspace Hypermedia and governance in Saudi Arabia Abstract   HTML
Marwan M. Kraidy
 
Volume 7, Number 10 - 7 October 2002 Hypertext Links: Whither Thou Goest, and Why Abstract   HTML
Claire Harrison
 
Volume 3, Number 11 - 2 November 1998 Hypertext, the Next Generation: A Review and Research Agenda Abstract   HTML
Alex Soojung-Kim Pang
 
Volume 15, Number 8 - 2 August 2010 I am a blogging researcher: Motivations for blogging in a scholarly context Abstract   HTML
Sara Kjellberg
 
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