Social Science Computer Review

Volume 23, Number 3

Fall, 2005


Symposium on Current Research in Voting, Elections and Information Technology


Current Research in Voting, Elections and Information Technology  

Micah Altman and Gary Klass


Early Appraisals of Electronic Voting

Paul S. Herrnson, Benjamin B. Bederson, Bongshin Lee, Robert M. Sherman, Peter L. Francia, Fred Conrad, Richard G. Niemi, and Michael Traugott


To I-Vote or Not to I-Vote?: Opinions about Internet Voting from

Arizona Voters

Kate M. Kenski


Trust, Identity, and the Effects of Voting Technologies on Voting


Anne-Marie Oostveen and Peter van den Besselaar


Trust Analysis of the UK e-Voting Pilots

Alexandros Xenakis and Ann Macintosh


When Methodology Interferes with Substance: The Difference of Attitudes Towards E-Campaigning and E-Voting in Online and Offline Surveys

Harald Schoen and Thorsten Faas


From Crayons to Computers: The Evolution of Computer use in Redistricting

Micah Altman, Karin MacDonald, and Michael P. McDonald


Number of Parties, Endogenous Partisan Preferences and Electoral Turnout Rates: A Stochastic Equilibrium Analysis

Christian W. Martin and Thomas Plümper

Non-Symposium Articles 


What’s on the Web - And What’s Not

            James W. Tankard, Jr., and Cindy Royal


Survey Measures of Web-Oriented Digital Literacy

            Eszter Hargittai


Email Subject Lines and Their Effect on Web Survey Viewing and Response

            Stephen R. Porter and Michael E. Whitcomb

Book Reviews


Social, Ethical, and Political Implications of Information Technology, by Linda L. Brennan and Victoria E. Johnson, eds. / Reviewed by John W. Murphy


Technology in Counseling and Psychotherapy: A Practitioner’s Guide, by Stephen Goss and Kate Anthony, eds. / Reviewed by James L. Williams