IR 5.0:SUSSEX: 2004: UBIQUITY?

19-22nd September 2004


The Association of Internet Researchers (aoir.org) is holding its 5th Annual Conference (2004)
Location: University of Sussex, Falmer, Brighton, England in association with the University of Sussex Conference Office

Program and abstracts

 

Full program
(contains full timetable, names, titles, links to abstracts and locations) 19 pages


 
 

Summary table,
small file, only track names, times and locations

 
 

Summary table,
Contains tracks, with first authors and links to abstracts

 
 

List of participants and affiliations, crosslinked

 

 

 

 

 

 

Presentation Slides
  Axel Bruns: Ubiquitous Online News: Content Syndication and the Semantic Web Klaus Bruhn Jensen: Sounding the internet: An interdisciplinary review and research agenda Jeremy Shapiro, Linda Crafts and Rick Daniels: Multiple Realities, Multiple Selves, and Multiple Places among Users of the Ubiquitous Internet  
  Daphne Raban: An Experimental Investigation of Information Sharing Carlo Hagemann: Web Sites in the European Elections Ben Anderson: Just Passing Through Persistent and Transient ICT Poverty  
  Reuven Aviv, Erlich and Gilad Ravid: Virtual Neighborhoods Architecture of Online Communities Gilad Ravid: Scale Free and Small Worlds Networks: Studying A-Synchronous Discussion Groups Brian Loader and Leigh Keeble: Can Community Informatics/Networking ever become an academic subject?  
  Yaron Ariel: Web Site Interactivity & Gratifications Expectations among Users Eimi Lev and Anat Lewinsky: The Presentation of Self in Online Life: The Importance of Nicknames in Online Environments  
   
 

 

 

 

 

 


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