The Internet in everyday life / Edited by Barry Wellman and Caroline Haythornthwaite

Contributor(s): Wellman, Barry [] | Haythornthwaite, CarolineMaterial type: TextTextSeries: The information agePublication details: Oxford : Blackwell, 2002 Description: XXXI, 588 p. ; 23 cmISBN: 0-631-23508-6Subject(s): Internet -- Aspectos sociales | Sociología | Tecnología de la informaciónSummary: The Internet in Everyday Life is the first book to systematically investigate how being online fits into people's everyday lives. Opens up a new line of inquiry into the social effects of the Internet. Focuses on how the Internet fits into everyday lives, rather than considering it as an alternate world. Chapters are contributed by leading researchers in the area. Studies are based on empirical data. Talks about the reality of being online now, not hopes or fears about the future effects of the Internet.
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The Internet in Everyday Life is the first book to systematically investigate how being online fits into people's everyday lives. Opens up a new line of inquiry into the social effects of the Internet. Focuses on how the Internet fits into everyday lives, rather than considering it as an alternate world. Chapters are contributed by leading researchers in the area. Studies are based on empirical data. Talks about the reality of being online now, not hopes or fears about the future effects of the Internet.

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