Social Science Computer Review

Volume 20, No. 2

Summer, 2002

Social Capital and the Equalizing Potential of the Internet / Hans Pruijt

Perceptions of University Students Regarding the Digital Divide / Mike Crews and Martin Feinberg

Citizen Surveys on the Web: General Population Surveys of Community Opinion / Thomas I. Miller, Michelle Miller Kobayashi, Erin Caldwell, Sarah Thurston, and Ben Collett

A Computer Application for Research on Gender: Using Online Context as a Mediating Variable in the Investigation of Sex-Role Orientation and Care-Oriented Moral Reasoning / Lynn M. Mulkey and Tasha D. Anderson

Motivating Online Performance: The Influences of Goal Setting and Internet Self-Efficacy / Lori Foster Thompson, John P. Meriac, and John G. Cope

Computer Modeling and the Politics of Greenhouse Gas Policy in Australia / Paul Henman

Agent-Based Modeling: What I Learned from the Artificial Stock Market / Paul E. Johnson

Reports and Communications

 Comparing Trade Instruments Using Spreadsheets / Souomaya M. Tohamy and J. Wilson Mixon, Jr.

Lessons for Managing Information Technology in the Public Sector / Alana Northrop

News and Notes / G. David Garson

Book Reviews

Review Essay: The Human-Machine Interface, by Joseph Behar, treating Evan J. Bibbee and Olliver Dyens, Metal and Flesh: The Evolution of Man - Technology Takes Over; Paul Dourish, Where the Action Is: The Foundations of Embodied Action; and Cynthia K. West, Techno-Human Mesh: The Growing Power of Information Technologies.

Reinventing Government in the Information Age: International Practice in IT-Enabled Public Sector Reform, by Richard Heeks, ed. / reviewed by Amy L. Fletcher

Beyond Our Control? Confronting the Limits of Our Legal System in the Age of Cyberspace, by Stuart Biegel / reviewed by Carl Grafton

The Digital Dialectic: New Essays on New Media, by Peter Lumenfeld, ed. / reviewed by Ted Goertzel

e-Sphere: The Rise of the World-Wide Mind, by Joseph N. Pelton / reviewed by Ted Goertzel