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Into the Blogosphere: Rhetoric, community and culture of weblogs

Something I was going to add here for a long time – Into the Blogosphere: Rhetoric, community and culture of weblogs, an online collection of essays edited by Laura Gurak, Smiljana Antonijevic, Laurie Johnson, Clancy Ratliff, and Jessica Reyman.

Next to the great content it’s a good example of innovative academic publishing: peer-reviewed, online, with categories, comments and trackbacks for each essay, released under Creative Commons… It’s in my reading list (after I finish most important things in my writing list 😉

See also: review by Lanette Cadle in Computers and Composition Online (via Clancy Ratliff).

Table of contents:

Foreword. Power Surge: Writing-Rhetoric Studies, Blogs, and Embedded Whiteness by Kathleen Ethel Welch, University of Oklahoma

Introduction: Weblogs, Rhetoric, Community, and Culture by Laura Gurak, Smiljana Antonijevic, Laurie Johnson, Clancy Ratliff, and Jessica Reyman, University of Minnesota

Visual Blogs by Meredith Badger, Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology

Blogs as Virtual Communities: Identifying a Sense of Community in the Julie/Julia Project by Anita Blanchard, University of North Carolina at Charlotte

The Spirit of Paulo Freire in Blogland: Struggling for a Knowledge-Log Revolution by Christine Boese, Independent researcher

Remediation, Genre, and Motivation: Key Concepts for Teaching with Weblogs by Kevin Brooks, Cindy Nichols, and Sybil Priebe, North Dakota State University

Culture Clash: Journalism and the Communal Ethos of the Blogosphere by Brian Carroll, Berry College

Promiscuous Fictions by Tyler Curtain, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Weblog Journalism: Between Infiltration and Integration by Jason Gallo, Northwestern University

Women and Children Last: The Discursive Construction of Weblogs by Susan C. Herring, Inna Kouper, Lois Ann Scheidt, and Elijah L. Wright, Indiana University at Bloomington

The Labyrinth Unbound: Weblogs as Literature by Steve Himmer, Emerson College

Battlecat Then, Battlecat Now: Temporal Shifts, Hyperlinking and Database Subjectivities by Kylie Jarrett, University of South Australia

Imagining the Blogosphere: An Introduction to the Imagined Community of Instant Publishing by Graham Lampa, Hamline University

Moving to the Public: Weblogs in the Writing Classroom by Charles Lowe, Purdue University, and Terra Williams, Arizona State University

Blogging as Social Action: A Genre Analysis of the Weblog by Carolyn R. Miller and Dawn Shepherd, North Carolina State University

Personal Publication and Public Attention by Torill Elvira Mortensen, Volda College

Weblogs and the Public Sphere by Andrew Ó Baoill, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Geography of the Blogosphere: Representing the Culture, Ecology and Community of Weblogs by Nicholas Packwood, Wilfrid Laurier University

Parody Blogging and the Call of the Real by Trish Roberts-Miller, University of Texas at Austin

Links, Lives, Logs: Presentation in the Dutch Blogosphere by Frank Schaap, University of Amsterdam, Amsterdam School of Communications Research

Common Visual Design Elements of Weblogs by Lois Ann Scheidt and Elijah Wright, Indiana University at Bloomington

Formation of Norms in a Blog Community by Carolyn Wei, University of Washington

This post also appears on channel weblog research

Archived version of this entry is available at http://blog.mathemagenic.com/2004/09/09.html#a1337; comments are here.

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