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CIRSDIG Working papers

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CITASA NewsThe Interuniversity Center for the Research on Sociology of Law, Information and Legal Institutions (CIRSDIG), created by the Universities of Messina and Macerata, has started a new season of publications and research on socio-legal and communicative issues.

From the website http://www.cirsdig.it/3engl.html it is possible to download the most recent publications and to have access to the complete catalogue of Working Papers, including those which are not available on-line but which can be ordered via regular mail.
 
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Candidates needed

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CITASA NewsAs current two-year terms are coming to an end, CITASA is currently accepting nominations, including self-nominations for:

CITASA Chair
CITASA Secretary/Treasurer
CITASA Council (2 openings)


Here’s your chance to play a more active role in CITASA – and what better use of your professional time?

Please send all names­and any questions--by December 21, 2006 to jwitte@clemson.edu .
 
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THE FOURTH CONFERENCE ON INNOVATION JOURNALISM 2007 cfp

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CITASA NewsCall for papers

THE FOURTH CONFERENCE ON INNOVATION JOURNALISM:
THE KEYS TO SUCCESS

MAY 22-23 2007
STANFORD UNIVERSITY, CALIFORNIA

The Innovation Journalism programme at Stanford University invites you to The Fourth Conference on Innovation Journalism


 
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CITASA Wiki Online

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CITASA NewsThe CITASA Wiki is now online and has a great deal of content related to MC 2.0, which was sponsored by Microsoft's Open Source Software Lab and included participants from Microsoft Research's Community Technologies Team . The CITASA Wike is hosted by The Clemson Linux User Group.

If you have a valid user ID on CITASA.org, you can already log in to the wiki. Your username and password for the wiki are the same as your username and password on this site. If you have any trouble logging in please let me know.
 
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CITASA Section Awards 2006

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CITASA NewsClick Read More to see the full list of award recipients.
 
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CITASA MC 2.0 - August 10, 2006 in Montreal and Online

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CITASA NewsThe onsite location will be at:

Hyatt Regency Montréal
Alfred-Rouleau B Room on level 4
1255 Jeanne-Mance, CP 130
Montréal (QC) Canada H5B 1E5

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CITASA Reception -- August 12, 2006

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CITASA NewsDear CITASA Section Members,
We would like to invite you to join us for a get-together after the Saturday meetings of the section. We have booked for the event a room on the 3rd floor of the Fairmont Queen Elizabeth Hotel overlooking the cathedral. This will give us an opportunity to catch up with friends and welcome new members of the section. We will provide hors d'oeuvre (warm and cold) and a variety of drinks.
We look forward to seeing you all at the event.

Date: Saturday, August 12, 2006
Time: 7-10 PM
Location: Fairmont Queen Elizabeth Hotel, Downtown Montreal
Address: 900 Rene Lavesque Blvd. The hotel is located on your right at the corner of René-Lévesque and Mansfield.
Room: Saint Maurice

ALSO: As part of our membership drive we need volunteers to sit at our section table Saturday and Sunday. If you can help, send me an email or just show up after 8am at the section tables near the registration desk. THANKS!
 
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SAVE THE DATE: Montreal, August 10, 2006

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For many of us some of the most productive conference experiences happen at roundtables. The roundtable format offers a degree of collaboration, openness and spontaneity that other formats often lack. As productive as these exchanges can be, this format also has a significant drawback. The collective intelligence of such sessions is ephemeral, located in the handwritten notes, remembered comments and flashes of insight of a limited number of participants.

CITASA MC 2.0 will be an experiment to see if online collaborative technology (most likely a site combining features of a forum and a Wiki) affords a means to preserve the strengths of a roundtable format, while at the same time providing a measure of permanence and record.
 
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Winter 2005-2006 CITASA Newsletter

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CITASA NewsThe latest CITASA newsletter is up for download via the Downloads link (Newsletter section) at the top of the site.
 
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CITASA -- The Middle Years

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CITASA NewsCommunication and Information Technologies:
A History of the Middle Years
Grant Blank
American University

Abstract: The American Sociological Association section on Sociology and Computing, as it was named from 1995-2002, faced repeated challenges during the decade of the 1990s. This paper traces changes in the sociological audiences concerned with computing during that decade and discusses how they influenced the way the section coped with the routinization of computer use in sociology, the rise of Microsoft Windows, the increasing use of computers in teaching, and the rise of the Internet.
 
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