Internet Research: Electronic Networking, Applications and Policy was the first publication to seriously debate the Internet as a powerful resource and still leads the field in fostering understanding of telecommunication networks in society. In addition to looking at the technological developments which facilitate their increasing use, this journal also examines the social, ethical, economic and political implications which arises from mass public access to a wealth of information. If you need to be on the cutting edge of international research and find practical advice on systems capabilities and use, Internet Research: Electronic Networking, Applications and Policy will keep you at the forefront of your profession.
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