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Title Cyberghetto or cybertopia? : race, class, and gender on the Internet / edited by Bosah Ebo
Published Westport, Conn. : Praeger, 1998


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Description x, 240 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
Contents 1. Internet or Outernet? / Bosah Ebo -- 2. Exposing the Great Equalizer: Demythologizing Internet Equity / Alecia Wolf -- 3. Ensuring Social Justice for the New Underclass: Community Interventions to Meet the Needs of the New Poor / John G. McNutt -- 4. The Challenge of Cyberspace: Internet Access and Persons with Disabilities / Mark Borchert -- 5. Cyber-Soldiering: Race, Class, Gender, and New Media Use in the U.S. Army / Morten G. Ender and David R. Segal -- 6. How the Web Was Won: The Commercialization of Cyberspace / James L. McQuivey -- 7. Challenging the Mandarins: Comparing City Characteristics and Nationwide Newspaper Coverage of the Internet, 1993-95 / John C. Pollock and Elvin Montero -- 8. Domination and Democracy in Cyberspace: Reports from the Majority Media and Ethnic/Gender Margins / Meta G. Carstarphen and Jacqueline Johnson Lambiase -- 9. Equity and Access to Computer Technology for Grades K-12 / Paulette Robinson
10. On the Electronic Information Frontier: Training the Information-Poor in an Age of Unequal Access / Rebecca Carrier -- 11. Democratizing Internet Access in the Lesbian, Gay, and Bisexual Communities / Nadine S. Koch and H. Eric Schockman -- 12. Communicative Style and Gender Differences in Computer-Mediated Communications / Kevin Crowston and Ericka Kammerer -- 13. Netsex: Empowerment Through Discourse / Charlene Blair -- 14. Embracing the Machine: Quilt and Quilting as Community-Building Architecture / Andrew F. Wood and Tyrone L. Adams
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Subject Cyberspace -- Social aspects -- United States.
Internet -- Social aspects -- United States.
Minorities -- United States -- Social conditions.
Author Ebo, Bosah L. (Bosah Louis)
LC no. 97023881
ISBN 0275959937 (alk. paper)
Other Titles Race, class, and gender on the Internet