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Ronda Hauben is a researcher, writer and freelance journalist, who has spent the past 14 years studying, writing and participating in online media. Along with Michael Hauben, she wrote 'Netizens: On the History and Impact of Usenet and the Internet' which is a pioneering study of the history and social impact of Internet. A print edition of Netizens appeared in 1997 in English and also in Japanese. The book was put online in 1994. The url for the online version is: http://www.columbia.edu/~hauben/netbook/
No. Article Date
Citizen Model for the Study of the Internet
New technology demands new paradigm, methodology
71
I am proposing that the study of the origin and development of the Internet and of the netizen is a fruitful arena for r... >>more
2006.06.05
Plame Affair Smoking Gun Under Wraps
Truthout.org article reports Karl Rove indicted
72
Since the prosecutor's investigation has been ongoing, there have been serious reorganizations of intelligence operation... >>more
2006.05.15
J'Accuse!
Former CIA analyst McGovern confronts Rumsfeld
73
McGovern began with a statement not carried in most of the transcripts published in the U.S. mainstream corporate media ... >>more
2006.05.08
U.S. Protesters Mark May Day
International holiday has roots in struggle for shorter hours and improved working conditions
74
On the weekend before May 1, which in 2006 falls on a Monday, there were demonstrations against the War in Iraq in vario... >>more
2006.05.01
Conceptual Framework for International Relations
A Tale of Two Ambassadors and the UN: Choi Young-jin and John Bolton
75
I mentioned that earlier that day, I had gone to hear a talk by John Bolton, the U.S. Ambassador to the U.N. I had been ... >>more
2006.04.24
Business Wrong Model for Journalism
Goal of journalism should be to speak to citizens
76
Reporters were willing to become embedded with the U.S. military, to get their food, their water, their protection, and ... >>more
2006.04.17
'All the President's Men' Revisited?
The Libby indictment for perjury and obstruction
77
Plame's undercover identity at the time was leaked to reporters to try to discredit her husband Joseph Wilson's effort t... >>more
2006.04.10
Citizen Journalists and the New 'News'
A response to Samuel Freedman's column on CBS TV's 'Public Eye'
78
According to him, citizen journalism is "part of a larger attempt to degrade, even to disenfranchise journalism as pract... >>more
2006.04.03
GM Buyouts No 'Christmas in March'
Media coverage and Internet dialogue key to empowering workers
79
Despite the large number of news organizations covering this announcement, however, there has been little serious analys... >>more
2006.03.27
Democracy and the Iraq War
Democratic countries can't base policy on lies
80
Another aspect of democracy is that there is toleration and consideration of opposing views and of dissent. There was mu... >>more
2006.03.21
French Youth Up in Arms Over New Labor Law
'First Employment Contract' gives employer right to fire indiscriminately
81
On March 7, up to a million people in France demonstrated in opposition to the French government's plan to pass a new la... >>more
2006.03.13
Automakers and the Voice of the UAW
'I'm a third generation autoworker, and am damn proud of it'
82
Workers explain the $27 per hour wage is barely enough to have a minimum standard of living, consisting of a place to li... >>more
2006.03.06
Only More Democracy Can Save Democracy
The challenge of Danish cartoons to 'freedom of the press'
83
The recent media controversy over the cartoons published in the Danish newspaper Jyllands-Posten raises fundament... >>more
2006.02.27
Cartoon Controversy Not Free Press Issue
[Opinion] 'Freedom of the Press' doesn't include the right to provoke or inflame
84
Whatever the reason for the re-publication and defense of the Muhammad cartoons in the Danish newspaper Jyllands-Post... >>more
2006.02.06
What Will Be the Model for a More Participatory News?
Netizens explore online journalism alternatives
85
Recognizing the deep dissatisfaction with the mainstream news media, especially in the U.S., a number of news reading co... >>more
2006.01.31
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