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CIT COURSES

Digital Divide

Title: Cybersociety: Race, Class & Gender in a Networked Society.
Instructor: Virnoche, Mary E., Humboldt State University, California
Website: www.humboldt.edu/~mv23
Description: Undergraduate course focused on inequalities and democracy

Social Networks

Title: Social Networks.
Instructor: Keith Hampton, Dept of Urban Studies & Planning, MIT
Website: http://web.mit.edu/knh/www/11531.html
Description: Grad level course, intro to social networks and computer networks as social networks

Other

Title: The History & Structure of Online Communities.
Instructor: J.E. (Ellis) Godard, California State University Northridge
Website: http://www.csun.edu/~egodard/585R
Description: Graduate-level course (a Contemporary Issues seminar) focusing on interactions online

Title: Social Implications of Information and Communication Technologies.
Instructor: Eszter Hargittai, Northwestern University
Website: http://www.eszter.com/teaching/
Description: A look at the social, political, economic and cultural factors that shape ICT.

    COMMUNICATION & INFORMATION TECHNOLOGIES
                          a Section of the American Sociological Association