Social Science Computer Review

Volume 22, No.1

Spring, 2004



Symposium on Digital Government

Digital Government Research: Investigations at the Crossroads of Social and Information Science / Sharon S. Dawes, Valerie Gregg, and Peggy Agouris

E-Government Visual Accessibility for Older Adult Users / Shirley Ann Becker

Technology Implementation Management in Law Enforcement: COPLINK System Usability and User Acceptance Evaluations / Chienting Lin, Paul Jen-Hwa Hu, and Hsinchun Chen

A Case Study in Digital Government: Developing and Applying UrbanSim, A System for Simulating Urban Land Use, Transportation, and Environmental Impacts / Paul Waddell and Alan Borning

Learning from Crisis: Lessons in Human and Information Infrastructure from the World Trade Center Response / Sharon S. Dawes, Anthony M. Cresswell, and Bruce B. Cahan

Information Sharing in and across Government Agencies: The Role and Influence of Scientist, Politician, and Bureaucrat Subcultures / David B. Drake, Nicole A. Steckler, and Marianne J. Koch

Information and Regulatory Policy: New Directions for Digital Government Research / Cary Coglianese

The Role of Metadata in the Statistical Knowledge Network: An Emerging Research Agenda / Carol A. Hert, Shelia Denn, and Stephanie W. Haas


Continuation of Symposium on Jane Fountain’s Building the Virtual State

Innovation in Innovation?:: The Technology Enactment Framework / James N. Danziger


Non-Symposium Articles

What they see is what we get: response options for web surveys / Mick P. Couper, Roger Tourangeau, Frederick Conrad, and Scott Crawford

A comparison between responses from a propensity weighted web survey and an identical RDD survey / Matthias Schonlau et al.


Book Reviews

Information Technology and World Politics, by Michael J. Mazarr, ed. / Reviewed by Nathalia Rogers

Dark Fiber: Tracking Internet Culture, by Geert Lovink / Reviewed by Evangelos Milios