A preliminary, Draft Reference List Pertaining to Research Issues in Electronic Environments



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A Preliminary, Draft Reference List Pertaining to Research Issues in Electronic Environments

Charles K. (Chuck) Kinzer,

Teachers College, Columbia University

October, 2004


This is the reference list that I mentioned during my "Methods" presentation at NRC, 2004. Please note that this is a list that is representative, not exhaustive. I'm in the process of putting together a course on this topic and the references below represent draft efforts to date. The compilation is ongoing, and omissions are not intentional. If you have references that you think should be on the list, please share them with me. Thanks! – Chuck
Anderson, T., & Kanuka, Heather (2003). e-Research: Methods, strategies, and issues. Boston, Pearson Education, Inc.

Barnes, S. B. (2003). Issues of attribution and identification in online social research. Online social research: methods, issues, and ethics. M. D. Johns. New York, Peter Lang.

Berkowitz, I. (2004). The effects of new communication and information technologies on academic research paradigms. Internet research annual: Selected papers from the Association of Internet Researchers. M. Consalvo, Baym, N., & Hunsinger, J. 1: 86-94.

Berry, D. M. (2004). "Internet research: Privacy, ethics and alienation: an open source approach." Internet Research 14(4): 323-332.

Bruckman, A. (2002). "Studying the amateur artist: A participation on disguising data collected in human subjects research on the Internet." Ethics and Information Technology 4(3): 217-231.

Chen, S.-L., G. J. Hall, et al. (2003). Research paparazzi in cyberspace: The voices of the researched. Online social research: Methods, issues, and ethics. M. D. Johns. New York, Peter Lang: 157-175.

Dahlberg, L. (2004). "Internet research tracings: Towards non-reductionist methodology." Journal of Computer Mediated Communication 9(3).

Denscombe, M. (2004). Web surveys and school based research: The ethics of on-line data collection in schools. New Research for New Media: Innovative Research Methodologies Symposium, Universitat Rovira i Virgili, Tarragona (Catalonia, Spain).

Denzin, N. K. (1999). Cybertalk and the methods of instances. Doing internet research. S. Jones. Thousand Oaks, CA, Sage: 107-125.

Garton, L., Haythornthwaite, C., & Wellman, B. (1999). Studying on-line social networks. Doing internet research. S. Jones. Thousand Oaks, CA, Sage: 75-105.

Gunter, B. (2002). The quantitative research process. A handbook of media and communication research: Qualitative and quantitative methodologies. K. B. Jensen. London, Routledge: 209-234.

Gurak, L. J., & Silker, C. M. (1997). "Technical communication research: From traditional to virtual." Technical Communication Quarterly 6(4): 403.

Herring, S. C. (2003). Dynamic topic analysis of synchronous chat. Symposium on New Research for New Media, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis.

Herring, S. C. (2004). Content analysis for new media: Rethinking the paradigm. New Research for New Media: Innovative Research Methodologies Symposium, Spain.

Herring, S. C. (2004). Online communication: Through the lens of discourse. Internet research annual: Selected papers from the Association of Internet Researchers. M. Consalvo, Baym, N., & Hunsinger, J. 1: 65-76.

Hewson, C. (2003). Internet research methods : a practical guide for the social and behavioural sciences. London Thousand Oaks, Calif., Sage Publications.

Hine, C. (2000). Virtual ethnography. London ; Thousand Oaks, Calif., SAGE.

Hudson, J. M. and A. Bruckman (2004). ""Go away": Participant objections to being studied and the ethics of chatroom research." The Information Society 20: 127-139.

Jacobs, G. E. (2004). "Complicating contexts: Issues of methodology in researching the language and literacies of instant messaging." Reading Research Quarterly 39(4): 394-406.

Jacobson, D. (1999). Doing Research in Cyberspace. Field Methods, Sage Publications. 11.

Jensen, K. B. (2002). The qualitative research process. A handbook of media and communication research: Qualitative and quantitative methodologies. K. B. Jensen. London, Routledge: 235-253.

Jensen, K. B. (2002). The complementarity of qualitative and quantitative methodologies in media and communication research. A handbook of media and communication research: Qualitative and quantitative methodologies. K. B. Jensen. London, Routledge: 254-272.

Jensen, K. B. (2002). The social origins and uses of media and communication research. A handbook of media and communication research: Qualitative and quantitative methodologies. K. B. Jensen. London, Routledge: 273-293.

Johns, M. D., S.-L. Chen, et al. (2004). Online social research : methods, issues & ethics. Digital formations ; v. 7. New York, P. Lang: x, 273 p.

Johns, M. D., G. J. Hall, et al. (2004). Surviving the IRB review: Institutional guidelines and research strategies. Online social research: methods, issues, and ethics. M. D. Johns. New York, Peter Lang: 105-124.

Kendall, L. (1999). Recontextualizing "cyberspace": Methodological considerations for on-line research. Doing internet research. S. Jones. Thousand Oaks, CA, Sage: 57-74.

Kendall, L. (2004). Participants and observers in online ethnography: five stories about identity. Online social research: methods, issues, and ethics. M. D. Johns. New York, Peter Lang: 125-140.

King, S. A. (1996). "Researching internet communities: Proposed ethical guidelines for the reporting of results." The Information Society 12: 119-127.

Kleinman, S. S. (2004). Researching OURNET: A case study of a multiple methods approach. Online social research: methods, issues, and ethics. M. D. Johns, Peter Lang: 47-62.

LeBesco, K. (2004). Managing visibility, intimacy, and focus in online critical ethnography. Online social research: methods, issues, and ethics. M. D. Johns, Peter Lang: 64-79.

Luppicini, R. J. (2002). "Toward a conversation system modeling research methodology for studying computer-mediated learning communities." Journal of Distance Education 17(2): 87-101.

Mann, S., & Stewart, F. (2000). Internet communication and qualitative research. London, Sage.

Markham, A. N. (1998). Life online : researching real experience in virtual space. Walnut Creek, CA, Altamira Press.

Markham, A. N. (2003). The internet as research context. Qualtitative research practice. C. Seale, J. Gubrium, G. Giampietro and D. Silverman. London, Sage.

Markham, A. N. (2004). Representation in online ethnographies: A matter of context sensitivity. Online social research: methods, issues, and ethics. M. D. Johns. New York, Peter Lang: 141-155.

Markham, A. N. (2004). "Disciplining the future: A critical organizational analysis of the future field of "Internet research"."

Markham, A. N. (2004). Internet communication as a tool for qualitative research. Qualitative research: Theory, methods, and practice. D. Silverman. London, Sage.

Markham, A. N. (2004). Reconsidering self and other: The methods, politics, and ethics of representation in online ethnography. Handbook of Qualitative Research. N. K. Denzin, & Lincoln, Y. S. Thousand Oaks, CA, Sage.

Moss, C. M., & Shank, Gary (2002). "Using qualitative processes in computer technology research on online learning: Lessons in change from "Teaching as Intentional Learning"." Forum: Qualitative Social Research 3(2).

Nentwich, M. (2004). Cyberscience, methodology, and research substance. 2004. M. Consalvo, Baym, N., & Hunsinger, J. 1: 77-85.

Roberts, K. A., & Wilson, R. W. (2002). "ICT and the research process: Issues around the combatability of technology with qualitative data analysis." Forum: Qualitative Social Research 3(2).

Sade-Beck, L. (2004). "Internet ethnography: Online and offline." International journal of qualitative methods 3(2).

Saxon, D., Garrat, D., & Gilroy, P. (2003). "Collecting data in the Information Age: Exploring web-based survey methods in educational research." Research in Education(69): 51.

Sudweeks, F., & Simoff, S. J. (1999). Complementary exploratory data analysis: The reconciliation of quantitative and qualitative principles. Doing internet research. S. Jones. Thousand Oaks, CA, Sage: 29-55.

Thomas, J. (1996). "Introduction: A debate about the ethics of fair practices for collecting social science data in cyberspace." The Information Society 12: 107-117.

Thomas, J. (2003). Reexamining the ethics of internet research: Facing the challenge of overzealous oversight. Online social research: methods, issues, and ethics. M. D. Johns. New York, Peter Lang.



Walstrom, M. K. (2004). "Seeing and sensing" online interaction: An interpretive interactionist approach to USENET support group research. Online social research: methods, issues, and ethics. M. D. Johns. New York, Peter Lang: 81-104.

Williams, M. and K. Robson (2004). Reengineering focus group methodology for the online environment. Online social research: methods, issues, and ethics. M. D. Johns, Peter Lang.
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