Gender and Science
Women and Minorities in Science
Feminist Science Studies
- Individual People:
- Lists of People
General Internet and Cyberculture Readings
(These are only tangentially related to the course, but there
nevertheless might be some useful material here.)
Noon on the Electronic Frontier: Conceptual Issues in Cyberspace.
A great collection of links to articles.
Duncan's List of Papers and Research on Cyberculture.
- A great set of links
to Internet and Cyberculter papers assembled and maintained by
Daniel Chandler of the University of Wales, Aberystwyth.
Communities: Abort, Retry, or Fail? by Jan Fernback and Brad
- Sociology of
- A collection of
links to courses on cyberculture. Many, many links to interesting
- A nice collection of cyber
- k.i.s.s. of
the panopticon. This site, run by Dougie Bicket at the University
of Washington is "a quick, user-friendly, one-stop shopping guide to
new media literacy, as well as cultural/critical theory
and its relationship with communications and new
media, including the Internet." Definitely worth checking
- A large, nicely organized list of social science
to/on the work of Donna Haraway.
- Technological or
Media Determinism, an essay by Daniel Chandler.
Internet as a Social Phenonemon, a senior project by Chris Hardie.
- whatis.com. A great place to
look up brief definitions of lots of internet, computer, and
- Kids and Media
@The New Millennium, a report by the Kaiser Family Foundation
about young people's media use.
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