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Contents Introduction: Making Smart Choices on Shifting Ground Nancy Baym and Annette Markham QUESTION ONE: How Can Qualitative Internet Researchers Define the Boundaries of Their Projects? Christine Hine Lori Kendall danah boyd QUESTION TWO: How Can Researchers Make Sense of the Issues Involved in Collecting and Interpreting Online and Offline Data? Shani Orgad Maria Bakardjieva Radhika Gajjala QUESTION THREE: How Do Various Notions of Privacy Influence Decisions in Qualitative Internet Research? Malin Sveningsson Elm Elizabeth A. Buchanan Susannah R. Stern QUESTION FOUR: How Do Issues of Gender and Sexuality Influence the Structures and Processes oOf Qualitative Internet Research? Lori Kendall Jenny Sund¿n John Edward Campbell QUESTION FIVE: How Can Qualitative Researchers Produce Work That Is Meaningful Across Time, Space, and Culture? Annette N. Markham Elaine Lally Ramesh Srinivasan QUESTION SIX: What Constitutes Quality in Qualitative Internet Research? Nancy Baym Annette Markham References Index About the Contributors
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