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New Book Reviews in Cyberculture Studies

Each month, the Resource Center for Cyberculture
Studies (RCCS) <> publishes two or
three full-length book reviews. The reviews reflect a
modest attempt to locate critically various contours
of the emerging and interdisciplinary field of
cyberculture studies. To date, RCCS has reviewed over
80 books, covering a range of topics, from online
culture, communities, and identities to hypertext,
digital literacy, and online pedagogy to Internet
policy, the digital divide, and online privacy.

New reviews (found at

Matt Drudge, Manifesto (New American Library, 2000).
Reviewed by James Broderick;

David Gauntlett, editor, Web.studies: Rewiring Media
Studies for the Digital Age (Arnold & Oxford
University Press, 2000). Reviewed by Ryan Burns, Cesar

Basanta, and Patrick Finn, with a brief rejoinder from

David Gauntlett;

Wendy Harcourt, editor, women@internet: Creating New
Cultures in Cyberspace (Zed Books, 1999). Reviewed by
Kali Tal with a response from Wendy Harcourt.

If you are interested in reviewing books for RCCS,
contact us directly at <[log in to unmask]>.  As
always, please feel free to forward this message.

david silver

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