The Handbook of Internet Studies
April 2011, Wiley-Blackwell
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“Summing Up: Highly recommended. Upper-division undergraduates, graduate students, and faculty.” (Choice, 1 April 2012)
"The editors of the Handbook of Internet Studies are to be congratulated on creating a state-of-the art collection that represents and celebrates the diversity of theoretical and disciplinary approaches marking this brave new field. A new must-have reference book for Internet Studies." Caroline Haythornthwaite, University of Illinois
"This indispensable volume reflects the complexity of Internet studies--indeed, the Internet itself--by bringing together a diverse set of voices, geographies, disciplines, and arguments. It is not only an important resource for practitioners, but will also spark the curiosity of those on the edges of the field, including humanists, social scientists, and engineers alike." Michael Zimmer, University of Wisconsin
"The Handbook of Internet Studies is a comprehensive and useful volume that will appeal to students, teachers and researchers. It provides a welcome survey of the still-emerging field of Internet Studies and can readily serve as a jumping-off point for further exploration. I highly recommend it to those who have been following the field since its emergence in the 1990s as well as to those new to the field." Steve Jones, University of Illinois at Chicago
“Of all media, the internet holds the most wide-ranging, deep and complex depiction of contemporary society. If you want to understand today’s society, you need to study the internet. This handbook is landmark, documenting that internet studies have now come of age.” Niels Ole Finnemann, Aarhus University, Denmark