Electronic Journal of Sociology: Volumes

Yuliang Liu What Does Research Say about the Nature of Computer-mediated Communication: Task-Oriented, Social-Emotion-Oriented, or Both? [HTML]

Jason Powell and M. Edwards Policy Narratives of Aging: The Right Way, the Third Way or the Wrong Way? [HTML]

Herb Thompson Cyberspace and Learning [HTML]

Volume Five

Loet Leydesdorff & Henry Etzkowitz The Transformation Of University-industry-government Relations [HTML]

Number Three (March 01)

Al Bellamy, Cheryl Hanewicz An Exploratory Analyses Of The Social Nature Of Internet Addiction: A Research Paper Submitted To The Electronic Journal Of Sociology [HTML]

Norman Dubeski Durkheim’s Altruism As The Source Of His Social Holism: A Discussion Of The Viability Of A Social Basis For Moral Principles [HTML]

David R. Heise Project Magellan: Collecting Cross-cultural Affective Meanings Via The Internet [HTML]

Kathleen Korgen, Patricia Odell & Phyllis Schumacher Internet Use Among College Students: Are There Differences By Race/ethnicity? [HTML]

Number Two (May 00)

Linda A. Mooney & Kevin R. Ousley – Homelessness In A Small Southern City [HTML]

William Cummings – Interdisciplinary Social Science [HTML | PDF]

Number One (April 00)

G. Coates – Experiencing Performance Appraisal in a Trust Hospital [HTML]

John Garrick and Robin Usher – Flexible Learning, Contemporary Work And Enterprising Selves [HTML]

Emanuel Smikun – Timeless Moral Imperatives in Causal Analysis of Social Functioning [HTML]

Herman W Smith and Takako Nomi – Is Amae the Key to Understanding Japanese Culture? [HTML]

Volume Four

Nadejda Stahovski – On Structural and Functional Status of Culture in the Social System [HTML]

Reinald Döbel – Power and Powerlessness in the Global Village: Stepping into the “Information Society” as a “Revolution From Above.” [HTML]

Mark P. Worrell – The Veil of Piacular Subjectivity: Buchananism and the New World Order. [HTML]

François Larose, et. al – Information and Communication Technologies in University Teaching and in Teacher Education: Journey in a Major Québec University’s Reality. [HTML]

Number Two (April 1999)

An Interactive Poll – Science and Emotion

Joseph D. Diaz – Blood Money: Life, Death, and Plasma on the Las Vegas Strip [HTML]

Andreas Schneider – Emergent Clusters of Denotative Meaning [HTML]

Roberto Rodriguez Gomez and Mike Sosteric – Higher Education in Transition: An Agenda for Discussion [HTML]

Number One (January 1999)

David Locher – Unacknowledged Roots and Blatant Imitation: Postmodernism and the Dada Movement [HTML] [IXML]

Mike Sosteric – The EJS and SGML Production: A New Era in Scholarly Communication [HTML] [IXML]

Alexander Thomas – Untowning Harwick: Restructuring a Rural Town [HTML] [IXML]

Al Bellamy and Cheryl Hanewicz – Social Psychological Dimensions of Electronic Communication [HTML] [IXML]

Volume Three

Thomas J. Scheff & Suzanne M. Retzinger – Shame, Anger, and the Social Bond: A Theory of Sexual Offenders and Treatment [HTML] [IXML]

John Sandlos – Purple Loosestrife and the “Bounding” of Nature in North American Wetlands [HTML] [IXML]

Michael D. Mehta – The Public and the Re-licensing of Nuclear Facilities in Canada: The ‘Risk Society’ in Action [HTML] [IXML]

Denna Harmon & Scot B. Boeringer – A Content Analysis of Internet-Accessible Written Pornographic Depictions [HTML] [IXML]

Number Two(December, 1997)

Evelyn Kallen FRSC – Hate on the Net [HTML] [IXML]

Crystal Hepburn & Ronald Hinch – Researching Serial Murder: Methodological and Definitional Problems [HTML] [IXML]

Number Three (April, 1998 (Special Issue))

Peter Roberts – Rereading Lyotard: Knowledge, Commodification and Higher Education. [HTML] [IXML]

David Beckett – Disembodied Learning: How Flexible Delivery Shoots Higher Education In The Foot: Well, Sort Of. [HTML] [IXML]

Janet Atkinson-Grosjean – Illusions of Excellence and the Selling of the University: A Micro- Study. [HTML] [IXML]

Mike Sosteric, Gina Ratkovic and Mike Gismondi – The University, Accountability, and Market Discipline in the Late 1990s. [HTML] [IXML]

T.A. Callister and Nicholas C. Burbules – Paying the Piper: The Educational Cost of the Commercialization of the Internet [HTML] [IXML]

Number Four (August, 1998)

Timothy McGettigan – Redefining Reality: Epiphany as a Standard of Postmodern Truth [HTML] [IXML]

Oz Almog – The Problem of Social Type: A Review [HTML] [IXML]

Linda A. Mooney and Sarah C. Brabant – Off the Rack: Store Bought Emotions and the Presentation of Self [HTML] [IXML]

Alexander R. Thomas – Ronald Reagan and the Commitment of the Mentally Ill: Capital, Interest Groups, and the Eclipse of Social Policy [HTML] [IXML]

Volume Two

EDITORIAL – A Response To Sociological Research Online. The Rigour of Peer Review and Other Myths of Science. [HTML] [IXML]

Greg Smith: Gender Advertisements Revisited: A Visual Sociology Classic? [HTML] [IXML]

Rich Ling: Cyber McCarthyism: Witch Hunts in the Living Room [HTML] [IXML]

Number Two(November, 1996)

Steve Mainprize – Elective Affinities in the Engineering of Social Control: The Evolution of Electronic Monitoring [HTML] [IXML]

Mike Sosteric – Electronic Journals: The Grand Information Future? [HTML] [IXML]

Fran Collyer – Frankenstein Meets The Invisible Man: Science, Medicine and a Theory of Invention [HTML] [IXML]

Number Three (March, 1997)

Michelle Proulx and Brian Campbell – The Professional Practices of Faculty and the Diffusion of Computer Technologies in University Teaching [HTML] [IXML]

Juan M. Delgado-Moreira – Cultural Citizenship and the Creation of European Identity [HTML] [IXML]

James Curry – The Dialectic of Knowledge-in-Production: Value Creation in Late Capitalism and the Rise of Knowledge-Centered Production [HTML] [IXML]

Volume One

Carl H.A. Dassbach – Where is North American Automobile Production Headed: Low-Wage Lean Production [HTML] [IXML]

Mauri P. Collins and Zane L. Berge – Professional and Technical Moonlighters [HTML] [IXML]

Number Two(March, 1995)

Nicholas J. Fox – Intertextuality and the Writing of Social Research. [HTML] [IXML]

Carl H.A. Dassbach – Comment on Fox [HTML] [IXML]

Number Three (August, 1995)

Carl Cuneo – The Withering of Trade Union Patriarchy
**Windows Multimedia Version** [HTML]

Bradley Nash – Sociology Resources on the Internet [HTML] [IXML]