Table of contents for Internet inquiry : conversations about method / edited by Annette N. Markham, Nancy K. Baym.

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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
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Internet research.