Table of contents for Personal, portable, pedestrian : mobile phones in Japanese life / edited by Mizuko Ito, Daisuke Okabe, and Misa Matsuda.

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I   The Social and Cultural Construction of Technological Systems
1   Discourses of Keitai in Japan  19
Misa Matsuda
2   Youth Culture and the Shaping of Japanese Mobile Media: Personalization and
the Keitai Internet as Multimedia  41
Tomoyuki Okada
3   A Decade in the Development of Mobile Communications in japan
(1993-2002)   61
Kenji Kohiyama
II  Cultures and Imaginaries
4   The Third-Stage Paradigm: Territory Machines from the Girls' Pager Revolution
to Mobile Aesthetics  77
Kenichi Fujimoto
5   Japanese Youth and the Imagining of Keital  103
Haruhiro Kato
III  Social Networks and Relationships
6   Mobile Communication and Selective Sociality  123
Misa Matsuda
7   The Mobile-lzing Japanese: Connecting to the Internet by PC and Webphone in
Yamanashi   143
Kakuko Miyata, Jeffrey Boase, Barry Wellman, and Ken'ichi Ikeda
8   Accelerating Reflexivity  165
Ichiyo Habuchi
9   Keitai and the Intimate Stranger  183
Hidenori Tomita
IV  Practice and Place
10  Keital in Public Transportation  205
Daisuke Okabe and Mizuko Ito
11  The Gendered Use of Keitai in Domestic Contexts  219
Shingo Dobashi
12  Design of Keitai Technology and Its Use among Service Engineers  237
Eriko Tamaru and Naoki Ueno
13  Technosocial Situations: Emergent Structuring of Mobile E-mail Use  257
Mizuko Ito and Daisuke Okabe
V   Emergent Developments
14  Keitai Use among Japanese Elementary and junior High School Students  277
Yukiko Miyaki
15  Uses and Possibilities of the Keitai Camera  300
Fumitoshi Kato, Daisuke Okabe, Mizuko Ito, and Ryuhei Uemoto

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Technology Social aspects Japan, Cellular telephones, Mobile phonesJapanese life