Special Issue #8: A Web site with a view — The Third World on First Monday

Table of Contents

Introduction HTML
Eduardo Villanueva Mansilla
Towards a national telecommunications strategy in Morocco (originally published in January 2004) HTML
Mohammed Ibahrine
e-Government, e-Society and Jordan: Strategy, theory, practice, and assessment (originally published in November 2003) HTML
Michael Blakemore, Roderic Dutton
A review of national information and communication technologies and a proposed National Electronic Initiative Framework (originally published in May 2006) HTML
Alan R. Peslak
Towards a national telecommunications strategy in Morocco (originally published in September 2003) HTML
Mohammed Ibahrine
The Internet in developing nations: Grand challenges (originally published in April 2004) HTML
Larry Press
Refuting objections to a Global Rural Network (GRNet) for developing nations (originally published in August 2004) HTML
Larry Press
E-media in development: Combining multiple e-media types (originally published in February 2003) HTML
Robin Koert
Collaborative development of open content: A process model to unlock the potential for African universities (originally published in February 2003) HTML
Derek Keats
Licence fees and GDP per capita: The case for open source in developing countries (originally published in December 2003) HTML
Rishab Haaland
Open access to law in developing countries (originally published in December 2004) HTML
Daniel Poulin
A study of Internet usage in Nigerian universities: A case study of Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife, Nigeria (originally published in February 2003) HTML
Kofoworola Jagboro
Problems and the epistemology of electronic publishing in the Arab world: The case of Lebanon (originally published in September 2001) HTML
Ramzi Nasser, Kamal Abouchedid
Using the Internet to enable developing country universities to meet the challenges of globalization through collaborative virtual programmes (originally published in October 2003) HTML
Derek Keats, Maria Beebe, Gunnar Kullenberg
The Internet and state control in authoritarian regimes: China, Cuba and the counterrevolution (originally published in August 2001) HTML
Shanthi Kalathil, Taylor C. Boas
Digitisation and Its Asian Discontents: The Internet, Politics and Hacking in China and Indonesia (originally published in September 2002) HTML
Jeroen Kloet
Censoring the Internet: The Situation in Turkey (originally published in June 2002) HTML
Kemal Altintas, Tolga Aydin, Varol Akman
The use of the Internet for political action by non-state dissident actors in the Middle East (originally published in November 2003) HTML
W. Sean McLaughlin
Communicative practice and transgressive global politics: The D’ua of Sheikh Muhammed Al Mohaisany (originally published in July 2005) HTML
Michael Dartnell
Negotiating the global and the local: How Thai culture co-opts the Internet (originally published in August 2000) HTML
Soraj Hongladarom
Africa Connected (originally published in November 1998) HTML
Martin Hall
WSIS: Whose vision of an information society? (originally published in May 2005) HTML
Ajit Pyati
Who benefits from the digital divide? (originally published in August 2004) HTML
Brendan Luyt
Zones of silence: A framework beyond the digital divide (originally published in May 2006) HTML
Amelia Bryne Potter
Effective use: A community informatics strategy beyond the Digital Divide (originally published in December 2003) HTML
Michael Gurstein
Digital divide or digital development?: The Internet in Mexico (originally published in March 2006) HTML
James Curry, Martin Kenney
The impact of the Internet on Myanmar (originally published in May 2001) HTML
Viola Krebs
The impact of cybercafes on information services in Uganda (originally published in April 2003) HTML
Samuel Gitta, J.R. Ikoja-Odongo
Internet in Sierra Leone: Way forward (originally published in February 1997) HTML
John A. Kargbo
Internet in the Lives of Turkish Women (originally published in March 2002) HTML
Ayisigi Sevdik, Varol Akman
Ethnic media and politics: The case of the use of the Internet by Uyghur diaspora (originally published in July 2005) HTML
Kilic Kanat


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