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New Book Reviews in Cyberculture Studies

Each month, the Resource Center for Cyberculture
Studies (RCCS) <otal.umd.edu/~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 http://otal.umd.edu/~rccs/books)
include:

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
http://www.glue.umd.edu/~dsilver

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