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WILLIAM H. DUTTON

James H. Quello Professor of Media and Information Policy, Michigan State University

Director of the James H. and Mary B. Quello Center at MSU

 

Quello Center, 406 Communication Arts & Sciences Building, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI 48824-1212 USA

www.quello.msu.edu

 

E-mail:             WDutton at mi.msu.edu

Phone:             +1 (517) 432-8001

Fax:                  +1 (517) 432-8065

Web:                        https://billdutton.wordpress.com

SSRN:            http://ssrn.com/author=478025

 

ACADEMIC POSITIONS HELD

 

1972-73            Instructor, Department of Political Science, State University of New York at Buffalo

1973-74            Assistant Professor, Department of Political Science, University of South Florida, Tampa

1974-78            Assistant Research Political Scientist, Public Policy Research Organization (PPRO), UC Irvine

1978-80            Associate Professor, School of Public Administration and Urban Studies, San Diego State University

1980-82            Associate Professor, The Annenberg School for Communication, University of Southern California (USC)

1983-89            Associate Professor (with tenure), The Annenberg School for Communication, USC

1990-2002       Professor, Annenberg School for Communication, USC

2002-14            Professorial Fellow, Balliol College

2002-14            Professor of Internet Studies, University of Oxford

2014-                 James H. Quello Professor of Media and Information Policy, Michigan State University

2014-                 Director of the James H. and Mary B. Quello Center at Michigan State University


VISITING AND TEMPORARY APPOINTMENTS

1979-82            Visiting Research Political Scientist, PPRO, University of California (UC) Irvine

1986-87            Fulbright Scholar and Visiting Professor, Department of Human                         Sciences, Brunel University, UK

1993-95            Visiting Professor, Department of Human Sciences, Brunel University

1993-95            National Director, Programme on Information and Communication Technology (PICT), UK’s ESRC

2002-11            Director, OII, University of Oxford

2013                  Guest Professorship, Department of Politics and Management, Universität of Konstanz, Germany

 

EDUCATION

B.A.            University of Missouri at Columbia, Political Science with Honors (1969)

M.A.            State University of New York (SUNY) at Buffalo, Political Science (1971)

Ph.D.           SUNY at Buffalo, Political Science (1974)

M.A.            Oxford [conferred on appointment to Balliol College] (2002)

 

HONORS, AWARDS AND FELLOWSHIPS

1968: Congressional Internship, Congressman Richard McCarthy

1969: Honorable Mention, Woodrow Wilson Fellowship

1969-72: N.D.E.A. Title IV Fellowship

1986-87: Fulbright Scholar, United Kingdom

1992: Phi Kappa Phi Research Mentorship Award

2000: Professor of the Year Award, Gamma Sigma Alpha Honor Society

2002: M.A. Balliol College, Oxford

2006-8: Non-Resident Fellow of the Annenberg Center for Communication (ACC), University of Southern California

2011: Lifetime Achievement Award as Founding Director of the OII

2012-  : Inaugural CITI Fellow, Columbia Institute for Tele-Information, Columbia                                     University

2013: The first Fred Williams Award for Contributions to the Study of Communication Technology, Communication and Technology Division of the International Communication Association

2013-15: Oxford Martin Fellow, University of Oxford

2014: William F. Ogburn Lifetime Achievement Award from the Communication and Information Technologies Section of the American Sociological Association, July.

 

TEACHING AND RESEARCH INTERESTS

 

Information, Communication and the Social Sciences: Developed a post-graduate curriculum for the OII at the University of Oxford, focused on doctoral and masters level training, but extending to proposals for optional under-graduate papers on Internet studies, research methods and the Internet, and Internet governance. Conceived and launched the OII’s Summer Doctoral Programme, designed for advanced doctoral students from around the world.

 

Digital Policy: Cross-national perspectives on communication and information technology and public policy, focusing most recently on Internet governance and regulation.

 

My teaching has focused on social and political aspects of information and communication technology, including issues of access in government, politics, education, and households. I’ve taught at under-graduate and graduate levels, and designed and taught an online course at the doctoral level.

 

TEACHING EXPERIENCE

 

Internet Studies: Information Communication and the Social Sciences

 

Nature and Impact of Communication (USC); Communication Technology and Social Change (USC, Brunel); Pro-Seminar in Communication Management (USC); Social Dynamics of Communication Technology (USC); Communication Policy (USC); Comparative Communications (USC); Communications and Governance (USC); Politics and Policy of the Internet (University of Konstanz, MSU); and Society and the Internet (MSU).

 

Methods of Inquiry

 

Learning from Case Studies in Communication (USC); Political Statistics (SUNY); Survey Research (UC Irvine and USC); Research Methods and the Internet (Oxford).

 

 

RESEARCH GRANTS (Principal Investigator or Director)

 

1972                        Dissertation grant from the Research Foundation, State University of New York at Buffalo. $2,500.

 

1974                        Principal Investigator, ‘Evaluation of Homemaker Services for Aged, Blind and Disabled Assistance Recipients,’ supported by a grant from the Florida Division of Family Services. $40,000.

 

1975-8            Co-Principal Investigator, ‘Evaluation of Information Technology in Local Government (URBIS),’ supported by a grant from the Research Applied to National Needs Division of the National Science Foundation. $1.2 million.

 

1979-82            ‘Fiscal Impact Budgeting Systems: A Behavioral Assessment,’ supported by a grant from the Applied Science and Research Division of the National Science Foundation. $200,000.

 

1981-82            ‘Organizational Impacts of Video Teleconferencing: A Pilot Study,’ supported by a grant form the Information Impacts Program of the National Science Foundation. $35,000.

 

1983                        ‘Social Implications of Communication Technology,’ developed proposal for a series of forums for the Washington Program of the Annenberg Schools for Communication.

 

1984-85            ‘Public Opinion and Government Information Technology’, supported by a contract from the Office of Technology Assessment, US $10,000.

 

1985-87            ‘Wired Cities of Japan and the United States,’ supported by a grant             from the Tokyu Corporation, Japan.

 

1985-87            ‘Cross-National Comparative Analysis of Advanced Wired Cities,’ supported by a grant from the Cooperative Science Program of the National Science Foundation (INT-8414059) and the French National Center for Scientific Research. $13,000.

 

1987                        Interfoundation grant from the Franco-American Commission for Educational Exchange to lecture at University of Paris I and the École Supérieure de Commerce de Paris.

 

1989-90            ‘Development of Integrated Broadband Networks and Services: US-Japan Cooperative Research,’ supported by Fujitsu America.

 

1991                        ‘State and Local Government Innovations in Electronic Services.’ Project supported by a contract from the Office of Technology Assessment, US Congress. $3,000.

 

1990-92            ‘The Future of Communications: Comparative Visions in Japan and             the United States,’ supported by a series of grants from the Fujitsu Research Institute, Fujitsu Limited, Japan. $ 100,000.

 

1992                        ‘Electronic Service Delivery and the Inner City,’ a community workshop held on September 15, 1992 in Los Angeles, which was organized and held for the Office of Technology Assessment, US Congress. $6,000.

 

1993-95            National Director of PICT, supported by grants from the UK’s Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC). £8 million (1985-95).

 

1995-97            PICT Programme Director Award (L109011003), Brunel University, supported by the UK’s ESRC to complete PICT synthesis.

 

1997-98            ‘Internet Connectivity,’ supported by the National Library of Medicine (NLM), with comparable contracts to USC ($25,000) and Brunel University in London, to study the technical and social aspects of international networking.

 

1998-99            ‘Internet Connectivity: Phase II,’ supported by the NLM to extend the methodologies developed in Phase I.

 

1998-99            Investigator in planning grant to the Advanced BioTelecommunications and BioInformatics Center at USC, entitled ‘Informatics for the National Heart Attack Alert Program,’ supported by the NLM.

 

2000                        Developed a proposal for a new multi-year research programme for the UK’s Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC), entitled ‘The e-Society: Understanding the Restructuring of Practices and Institutions in the Digital Age,’ supported by the ESRC.

 

2000-01            ‘Connecting the Times and the Tribune,’ an Annenberg Research Forum and Project on the Tribune Company’s acquisition of Times Mirror. Organized June 29, 2000 forum and subsequent forum discussion paper.

 

2002-05            e-Democracy, a programme of research for the Oxford Internet Institute, supported by Cisco Systems UK.

 

2002-03            Co-Principal Applicant for ‘Institutional Infrastructures of e-Science: The Scope of the Issues’, a grant supported by the Joint Information Systems Committee (JISC)

 

2003                        Principal, Report on ‘The Social Dynamics of Cybertrust’, for the Foresight Cyber Trust and Crime Prevention Project, Department of Trade and Industry, UK.

 

2004-06            Principal Applicant for ‘Critical Perspectives on the World Summit for the Information Society: Civil Society Participation and Issues’, a seminar series supported by the ESRC. RES-451-26-0295

 

2005-06            Co-Applicant for ‘The World Wide Web of Science’, a research project for                                     the Science in Society Programme of the ESRC with Ralph Schroeder.

 

2005-08            Director, Principal Applicant, ‘Oxford e-Social Science Project: Phase I: Ethical, Legal and Institutional Dynamics of Grid-Enabled e-Sciences (1 October 2005 until 30 November 2008), supported by a grant from the UK Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC): RES-149-25-1022.

 

2005-09            Co-Director, e-Horizons Project, a project supported by the Oxford Martin School, University of Oxford.

 

2006-2009            Co-Investigator, ‘e-Infrastructure for the Social Sciences’, a grant from the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC). RES-149-25-1063

 

2007-2008            Principal Investigator, ‘Distributed Problem Solving Networks’, a collaboration with the McKinsey Technology Initiative, supported by a grant from McKinsey & Company.

 

2007-2011            Principal Investigator, ‘Me, My Spouse, and the Internet’, a research project supported by a grant from eHarmony.com

 

2007-09            Principal Investigator, ‘Networks for Web Science’, with University of Southampton and MIT, supported by a grant from the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC). EP/F013701/1

 

2007-09            Co-Applicant, ‘Democracy in a Network Society’, a grant to organize a                                     Dagstuhl Perspective Workshop, supported by the International                                                 Conference and Research Center of Computer Science Schloss Dagstuhl.

 

2008-12            Director, Principal Applicant, ‘Oxford e-Social Science Project: Ethical,                                     Legal and Institutional Responses to Emerging e-Research Infrastructure                                     Policies and Practices’, a second phase of node of the National Centre for                                    and Social Research Council (ESRC). RES-149-25-1082

 

2010-11            Principal Investigator, ‘Internet Values Project’, conducted in                                                             collaboration with ComScore, INSEAD and the World Economic Forum.

 

2011-13            Co-Applicant, ESRC Research Seminar Series ‘Digital Policy: Connectivity, Creativity and Rights’ (RES-451-26-0849).

 

2012-13            Principal Investigator, ‘Global Perspectives on Freedom of Expression’, supported by ictQATAR, and in collaboration with ComScore, Cornell University Business School, and the World Economic Forum.

 

2013-                        Co-Principal Investigator, Cyber Security Capacity Building Centre, supported by a grant from the UK’s Foreign & Commonwealth Office and Cabinet Office, and based at the Oxford Martin School, Oxford University.

PUBLICATIONS

 

Books

 

Kraemer, K. L., Dutton, W. H., and Northrop, A. (1981), The Management of Information Systems, New York: Columbia University Press.

 

Reviewed by: Turner, J. (1982), Knowledge, 4 (3), 445-7; Novotny, E. J. (1982), Journal of Communications, 32 (2), Spring, 215-17; Weimer, D. (1982), American Political Science Review, 76, 143-4; and Bingham, R. (1984), Urban Affairs Quarterly, 20 (2), 265-72.

Previewed by Shultz, B. (1979), Computer World, January 29, February 12, March 5, and April 9.

 

Danziger, J. N., Dutton, W. H., Kling, R., and Kraemer, K. L. (1982; 1983 paperback), Computers and Politics: High Technology in American Local Governments, New York: Columbia University Press.

 

Reviewed by: Cohen, M. (1983), Knowledge, 4 (3); Van der Slik, J. R. (1983), the American Political Science Review, 77 (3), 755-6; Novotny, E. (1983), Computing Reviews, 24 (1), January, 40-1; Greenberger, M. (1983), American Journal of Sociology, 89 (3), November; Benjamin, G. (1983), Political Science Quarterly, 98 (4), 730-1; and Bingham, R. D. (1984), Urban Affairs Quarterly, 20 (2), 265-72.

Previewed by Shultz, B. (1981), Computer World, March 30, April 6, 13, 20, 27 and May 4.

 

Dutton, W. H. and Kraemer, K. L. (1985), Modeling as Negotiating: The Political Dynamics of Computer Models in the Policy Process, Norwood, NJ: Ablex Publishing Corporation.

 

Reviewed by:DeLeon, R. (1985), Future Survey, 7 (8); DeLeon, R. (1986), American Political Science Review, 80 (1), 313-4; DeLeon, R. (1986), Sage Public Policy Abstracts, 231; Innes de Neufville, J. (1986), Journal of the American Planning Association, Autumn, 512-13; Nelson, R. H. (1987), Journal of Policy Analysis and Management, 6 (2), Winter, 276-7; Carney, T. F. (1987), Journal of Communications, 37 (2), Spring, 162-5.

 

Dutton, W. H., Blumler, J. G., and Kraemer, K. L. (1987) (eds.), Wired Cities: Shaping the Future of Communications, Boston: G. K. Hall.

 

Reviewed by: Ross, D. (1987), SCAG Telecommunity, August/September, 4; Ross, D. (1987), CTIC CableReports, September 30; Stevens, N. (1987), WilsonLibrary Bulletin, November, 75-6; Stevens, N. (1988), Journal of Academic Librarianship, March, 55; Stevens, N. (1987), Intermedia, 15 (6), 46; Murray, M. D., Journal of Communications, 38 (2), Spring, 175-8; Freeman, J. P. (1988), Journalism Quarterly, 540-1; Kelly, M. (1988), European Journal of Communication, 3 (4), 483-90; Kelly, M. (1989), Revue Française de Science Politique, 39 (1), 95-96; Elton, M. C. J., Social Science Computer Review.

 

Dutton, W. H. (1996) (ed.), with the assistance of Malcolm Peltu, Information and Communication Technologies – Visions and Realities, Oxford and New York: Oxford University Press.

 

Reviewed by: Vedel, T. (1997), Communications & Strategies, 27 (3), 175-6; Webster, F. (1997), European Journal of Communication, 12 (3), 403-6; Scott, C. (1998), ‘Old Fingers on Very New Buttons,’ The Times Higher Education Supplement, 22 May, 24; Case, D. (1998), Information, Communication and Society, 1 (3), Autumn, 344-7; Hayes, N. (1998), Organization, 5 (4), 630-3.

Translation: A Japanese translation of Information and Communication Technologies was published in 1998 as a four volume set by Fujitsu Books, Tokyo, in cooperation with Oxford University Press,.

 

Kubicek, H., Dutton, W., and Williams, R. (1997) (eds.), The Social Shaping of the Information Superhighway: European and American Roads to the Information Society, Frankfurt: Campus Verlag and New York: St. Martin’s Press.

 

Reviewed by: Anderson, D. (1998), Information, Communication and Society 1 (3), 349-51; Verhoest, P. (1999), Telecommunications Policy, 23 (6).

 

Dutton, W. H. (1999), Society on the Line: Information Politics in the Digital Age, Oxford and New York: Oxford University Press.

 

Reviewed by: Vedel, T (2000), Communication Strategies, 37, 1st Quarter, 183-4; Tehranian, M. (2000), Information, Communication and Society, 3 (2), 268-71.

 

Translations: Italian edition, La Società on Line: Politica dell Informazione Nell’ Era Digitale, published in 2001 by Baldini & Castoldi, Milan; Japanese edition, published in 2002 by Tokai University Press.

 

Dutton, W. H. and Loader, B. D. (2002) (eds.), Digital Academe: New Media and Institutions in Higher Education and Learning, London: Taylor & Francis/Routledge.

Reviewed by: Salmon, G., Prometheus, 21(3), September, 372-73.

 

Dutton, W. H. (2004), Social Transformation in the Information Society,Paris: UNESCO Publications for the World Summit on the Information Society.

http://portal.unesco.org/ci/en/file_download.php/7364b6dd37bccc23a9038e48cb7f956dcorpus-1-144.pdf

 

Dutton, W. H., Kahin, B., O’Callaghan, R., and Wyckoff, A. W. (2005) (eds), Transforming Enterprise: The Economic and Social Implications of Information Technology, Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.

 

Reviewed by Chronicle of Higher Education, 1 April 2005; Peter H. Salus, UnixReview.com, May 2005 at www.unixreview.com; and Justin Keen, ‘Looking for the Elephant’, Information, Communication and Society, 9(3).

 

Dutton, W. H., and Jeffreys, P. (2010) (eds), World Wide Research: Reshaping the Sciences and Humanities. Cambridge, MA: The MIT Press.

 

Maceviciute, E. (2011). Review of: Dutton, William H. and Jeffreys, Paul W. World wide research: reshaping the sciences and humanities. Cambridge, MA: The MIT Press, 2010. Information Research, 16(1), review no. R400 [Available at: http://informationr.net/ir/reviews/revs400.html]

 

Mervyn Levin, (2011) “World Wide Research: Reshaping the Sciences and Humanities”, Library Review, Vol. 60 (9): 834-836. See: http://www.emeraldinsight.com/journals.htm?articleid=1955887&show=html

 

William H. Dutton, Anna Dopatka, Michael Hills, Ginette Law, andVictoria Nash (2011), Freedom of Connection – Freedom of Expression:The Changing Legal and Regulatory Ecology Shaping the Internet. Paris: UNESCO, Division for Freedom of Expression, Democracy and Peace. Reprinted in 2013; Trans. In French and Arabic.

 

Dutton, W. H. (2013) (ed.), The Oxford Handbook of Internet Studies. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

 

Dutton, W. H. with the assistance of Elizabeth Dubois (2014) (ed.), Politics and the Internet: Volumes I-IV. Abingdon, UK: Taylor & Francis Routledge.

Vol I. Politics in the Digital Age – Reshaping Access to Information and People

Vol II. Campaigns and Elections

Vol III. Netizens, Networks and Political Movements

Vol IV. Networked Institutions and Governance

 

Graham, M., and Dutton, W. H. (2014) (eds), Society and the Internet: How Networks of Information and Communication are Changing our Lives. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

 

Chapters in Books

 

Dutton, W. H. and Kraemer, K. L. (1979), ‘Administrative Reform, Technology and Intra-Organizational Power,’ in Hines, S. M. Jr. and Hopkins, G. (eds.), South Atlantic Urban Studies, Columbia, SC: South Carolina University Press, 173-209.

 

Dutton, W. H., Danziger, J. N., and Kraemer, K. L. (1980), ‘The Selective Use of Automated Information in the Policy Making Process,’ in Ingram, H. and Mann, D. (eds.), Why Policies Succeed or Fail, Beverly Hills, CA: Sage, 1980, 163-84.

 

Dutton, W. H. and Hollis, M. S. (1980), ‘Fiscal Impact Budgeting Systems,’ in Kraemer, K. L. and King, J. L. (eds.), Computers in Local Government Urban and Regional Planning, Pennsaukon, NJ: Auerbach Publishers, Chapter 2.9.1.

Reprinted in Kraemer, K. L. and King, J. L. (1981) (eds.), Computers in Local Government: Finance and Administration, Pennsaukon, NJ: Auerbach Publishers.

 

Dutton, W. H. (1982), ‘Technology and the Federal System,’ in Benjamin, R. (ed.), The Communications Revolution in Politics, New York: American Academy of Political Science, 109-120.

 

Dutton, W. H. (1984), ‘Decision Making in the Information Age: Computer Models and Public Policy,’ in Dervin, B. and Voigt, M. (eds.), Progress in Communication Sciences. Volume V, Norwood, NJ: Ablex, 111-44.

Reprinted in Finnegan, R., Salaman, R. G., and Thompson K. (1987) (eds.), Information Technology: Social Issues, London: Hodder & Stoughton in association with the Open University, 181-89.

 

Dutton, W. H. and Kraemer, K. L. (1984), ‘The Interests Served by Technological Reform: The Case of Computing,’ in Miewald, R. D. and Steinman, M. (eds.), Problems in Administrative Reform, Chicago: Nelson-Hall Publishers, 101-22.

 

Dutton, W. H. (1985), ‘Reflections on the British Experience,’ Greenberger, M. (ed.), Electronic Publishing Plus, White Plains, NY: Knowledge Industries Publications, 201-4.

 

Dutton, W. H. and Meadow, R. G. (1987), in Levitan, K. B. (ed.), ‘A Tolerance for Surveillance: American Public Opinion Concerning Privacy and Civil Liberties,’ Government Infostructures, Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 147-70.

 

Dutton, W. H., Blumler, J. G., and Kraemer, K. L. (1987), ‘Continuity and Change in Conceptions of the Wired City,’ in Dutton, W. H., Blumler, J. G., and Kraemer, K. L. (eds.), Wired Cities: Shaping the Future of Communications, Boston: G. K. Hall, 1987, 3-26.

 

Dutton, W. H., Blumler, J. G., and Kraemer, K. L. (1987), ‘A Comparative Analysis,’ in Dutton, W. H., Blumler, J. G., and Kraemer, K. L. (eds.), Wired Cities: Shaping the Future of Communications, Boston: G. K. Hall, 456-86.

 

Dutton, W. H. (1989), ‘Impact of the Computer in Government,’ in International Encyclopedia of Communications: 1, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 386-8.

 

Dutton, W. H. (1989), ‘Political Communications: The New Media,’ in International Encyclopedia of Communications: 3, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 313-8.

 

Dutton, W. H. (1989), ‘Looking Beyond Teledemocracy: The Politics of Communications and Information Technology,’ in Berger, A. A. (ed.), Political Culture and Public Opinion, New Brunswick, NJ: Transaction Publishers, 79-96.

 

Dutton, W. H. and Blumler, J. G. (1989), ‘A Comparative Perspective on Information Societies,’ in Salvaggio, J. L. (ed.), The Information Society: Economic, Social and Structural Issues, Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum, 63-88.

 

Steinfield, C., Dutton, W. H., and Kovaric, P. (1989), ‘A Framework and Agenda for Research on Computing in the Home,’ in Salvaggio, J. L. and Bryant, J. (eds.), Media Use in the Information Age, Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 61-85.

 

Dutton, W. H. (1990), ‘The Political Implications of Communications Technology: Challenge to Power?,’ in Berleur, J., Clement, A., Sizer, R., and Whitehouse, D. (eds.), The Information Society: Evolving Landscapes, New York: Captus University Publications and Springer Verlag, 173-95.

 

Dutton, W. and Guthrie, K. (1991), ‘Constructing an Electronic City Hall: Santa Monica’s Public Electronic Network,’ in Steinfield, C. W. and Ehlers, T. S. (compilers), ITCA Teleconferencing Yearbook 1991, Washington DC: International Teleconferencing Association, 91-107.

 

Kraemer, K. and Dutton, W. (1991), ‘Survey Research in the Study of Management Information Systems,’ in Kraemer, K. L. (ed.), The Information Systems Research Challenge: Survey Research Methods, Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 3-57.

 

Dutton, W. (1992), ‘The Ecology of Games in Telecommunications Policy,’ in Sapolsky, H. M., Crane, R. J., Neuman, W. R., and Noam, E. M. (eds.), The Telecommunications Revolution: Past, Present and Future, New York: Routledge, 65-88.

 

Dutton, W. and Vedel, T. (1992), ‘Dynamics of Cable Television in the US, Britain, and France,’ in Blumler, J. G., McLeod, J. M., and Rosengren, K. E. (eds.), Comparatively Speaking: Communication and Culture Across Space and Time, Newbury Park, CA: Sage, 70-93.

 

Dutton, W. (1993), ‘Electronic Service Delivery and the Inner City: the Risk of Benign Neglect,’ in Berleur, J., Beardon, C., and Laufer, R. (eds.), Facing the Challenge of Risk and Vulnerability in an Information Society, Amsterdam and New York: North-Holland, 209-28.

 

Dutton, W. H., Wyer, J., and O’Connell, J. (1993), ‘The Governmental Impacts of Information Technology: A Case Study of Santa Monica’s Public Electronic Network,’ in Banker, R. D., Kauffman, R. J., and Mahmood, M. A. (eds.), Strategic Information Technology Management, Harrisburg, PA: Idea Group Publishing, 265-96.

 

Dutton, W. H. (1994), ‘Lessons from Public and Nonprofit Services,’ in Williams, F. and Pavlic, J. (eds.), The Citizen’s Right to Know: Media, Democracy and the Information Highway, Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 105-27.

 

Dutton, W. H. (1995), ‘Information Society,’ in Kuper, A. and Kuper, J. (eds.), The Social Science Encyclopedia, 2nd Edition, London: Routledge.

 

Andersen, K. V. and Dutton, W. H. (1995), ‘Living with Models: the Future of Economic Modeling in Political Decision-Making Processes,’ in Andersen, K. V. (eds.), Information Systems in the Political World, Amsterdam: IOS Press and Tokyo: Ohmsha, 271-81.

 

Dutton, W. H. (1995), ‘Driving into the Future of Communications? Check the Rear View Mirror,’ in Emmott, S. (ed.), Information Superhighways: Multimedia Users and Futures, London: Academic Press, 79-102.

 

Dutton, W. H. (1996), ‘Electronic Service Delivery in the Public Sector: Lessons from Innovations in the United States,’ in Dholakia R. R., Mundorf, N., and Dholakia, N. (eds.), New Infotainment Technologies in the Home: Demand-Side Perspectives, Mahway, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 211-37.

 

Dutton, W. H., Blumler, J. G., Garnham, N., Mansell, R, Cornford, J. and Peltu, M. (1996), ‘The Politics of Information and Communication Policy: The Information Superhighway,’ in Dutton. W. H. (ed.), Information and Communication Technologies – Visions and Realities, Oxford and New York: Oxford University Press, 387-405.

 

Peltu, M., MacKenzie, D., Shapiro, S., and Dutton, W. H. (1996), ‘Computer Power and Human Limits,’ in Dutton. W. H. (ed.), Information and Communication Technologies – Visions and Realities, Oxford and New York: Oxford University Press, 177-195.

 

Raab, C., Bellamy, C., Taylor, J., Dutton, W. H., and Peltu, M. (1996), ‘The Information Polity: Electronic Democracy, Privacy, and Surveillance,’ in Dutton. W. H. (ed.), Information and Communication Technologies – Visions and Realities, Oxford and New York: Oxford University Press, 283-99.

 

Taylor, J., Bellamy, C., Raab, C., Dutton, W. H., and Peltu, M. (1996), ‘Innovation in Public Service Delivery,’ in Dutton. W. H. (ed.), Information and Communication Technologies – Visions and Realities, Oxford and New York: Oxford University Press, 265-82.

 

Dutton, W. H. (1997), ‘Reinventing Democracy,’ in Droge, P (ed.), Intelligent Environments: Spatial Aspects of the Information Revolution, Amsterdam: Elsevier Science, 152-59.

 

Dutton, W. H. (1997), ‘Multimedia Visions and Strategies,’ in Kubicek, H., Dutton, W., and Williams, R. (eds.), The Social Shaping of the Information Superhighway: European and American Roads to the Information Society, Frankfurt: Campus Verlag and New York: St. Martin’s Press, 133-55.

 

Docter, S. and Dutton, W. H. (1998), ‘The First Amendment On-Line: Santa Monica’s Public Electronic Network,’ in Tsagarousianou, R., Tambini, D., and Bryan, C. (eds.), Cyberdemocracy: Technology, Cities, and Civic Networks, London: Routledge, 125-51.

 

Docter, S. and Dutton, W. H. (1999), ‘The Social Shaping of The Democracy Network (DNet),’ in Hague, B. N. and Loader, B. D. (eds.), Digital Democracy: Discourse and Decision Making in the Information Age, London: Routledge, 222-43.

 

Docter, S., Dutton, W. H., and Elberse A. (1999), ‘An American Democracy Network: Factors Shaping the Future of On-line Political Campaigns,’ in Coleman, S., Taylor, J., and van de Donk, W. (eds.), Parliament in the Age of the Internet, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 173-90.

Reprinted version of Docter, S., Dutton, W. H., and Elberse, A. (1999), ‘An American Democracy Network: Factors Shaping the Future of On-line Political Campaigns,’ Parliamentary Affairs, 52 (3), 535-52.

 

Dutton, W. H. (1999), ‘The Virtual Organization: Tele-Access in Business and Industry,’ in DeSanctis, G. and Fulk, J.(eds.), Shaping Organizational Form: Communication, Connection, and Community, Thousand Oaks, CA and London: Sage, 473-95.

 

Dutton, W. H., Blumler, J. G., and Kraemer, K. L. (1999), ‘Continuity and Change in Conceptions of the Wired City,’ in Roberts, G. K. (ed.), The American Cities and Technology Reader: Wilderness to Wired City, London: Routledge 280-88.

Reprinted version of Dutton, W. H., Blumler, J. G., and Kraemer, K. L., ‘Continuity and Change in Conceptions of the Wired City,’ in Dutton, W. H., Blumler, J. G., and Kraemer, K. L. (1987) (eds.), Wired Cities: Shaping the Future of Communications, Boston: G. K. Hall, 3-26.

 

Elberse, A., Hale, M. L., and Dutton, W. H. (2000), ‘Guiding Voters through the Net: The Democracy Network in a California Primary Election,’ in Hacker, K. L. and van Dijk, J. (eds.), Digital Democracy: Issues of Theory and Practice, Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications, 130-48.

 

Dutton, W. H., Elberse, A., Hong, T., and Matei, S. (2001), ‘Beepless in America: The Social Impact of the Galaxy IV Pager Blackout,’ pp. 9-32 in S. Lax (ed.), Access Denied in the Information Age, London: Macmillan.

 

Dutton, W. H. (2001), ‘Computers and Society,’ in Smelser, N. J. and Baltes, P. B. (eds.), The International Encyclopedia of the Social and Behavioral Sciences, Oxford: Elsevier Science Limited, 2480-2487.

 

Dutton, W. H., and Lin, W-Y. (2002), ‘Dotcom Politics in Politics and Public Policy: The Web-Orchestrated “Stop the Overlay” Campaign,’ in Armitage, J. and Roberts, J. (eds.), Living with CyberSpace: Technology and Society in the 21st Century, London: The Athlone Press.

 

Dutton, W. H. (2003), ‘Information Society,’ pp. 407-18 in Johnston, D. H. (editor-in-chief), Encyclopedia of International Media and Communications, Volume 2, London: Academic Press.

 

Dutton, W. H. (2003), ‘The Internet and Society’, pp. 311-22 in C. E. Barfield, G. Heiduk, and P. J. J. Welfens (eds), Internet, Economic Growth and Globalization: Perspectives on the New Economy in Europe, Japan and the US, London: Springer.

 

Dutton, W. H., and Nainoa, F. (2003), ‘The Social Dynamics of Wireless on September 11: Reconfiguring Access’, pp. 69-81 in Noll, A. M. (ed.), Crisis Communications: Lessons from September 11, New York, Oxford: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Inc.

 

Dutton, W. H. (2004). ‘Out of the Dot-com Bubble: A New Opportunity for Internet Research”, pp. 46-54 in Consalvo, M., Baym, N., Hunsinger, J., Jensen, K. B., Logie, J., Murero, M., and Shade, L. R. (eds), Internet Research Annual, 200-2002, Volume I, New York, Oxford: Peter Lang.

 

Dutton, W. H. (2004), ‘Information Society’ in 3rd Edition of the Social Science Encyclopedia, edited by Adam Kuper.

Dutton, W. H. (2005), ‘Continuity or Transformation? Social and Technical Perspectives on Information and Communication Technologies,’ pp. 13-24 in Dutton, W. H., Kahin, B., O’Callaghan R., and Wyckoff, A. W. (eds.), Transforming Enterprise, Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.

 

Dutton, W. H. (2005), ‘The Internet and Social Transformation: Reconfiguring Access,’ pp. 375-97 in Dutton, W. H., Kahin, B., O’Callaghan R., and Wyckoff, A. W. (eds.), Transforming Enterprise, Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.

 

Dutton, W. H., and Shepherd, A., (2005) ‘Confidence and Risk on the Internet’, pp. 207-44 in R. Mansell and B. S. Collins (eds) Trust and Crime in Information Societies, Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing.

 

Dutton, W. H., (forthcoming), Introduction to: Kling, R., Rosenbaum, H., and Sawyer, S. (forthcoming), Social Informatics (Medford, NJ: Information Today, Inc.).

 

Dutton, W. H. (2005), ‘Afterword’, pp. 113-15 in S. de Freitas, and C. Yapp, (eds), Personalizing Learning in the 21st Century. Stafford, UK: Network Education Press.

 

Dutton, W. H., (forthcoming), ‘Rethinking Access to You and the World: Social Transformation in an Information Society’, pp. forthcoming in UNESCO (eds), Towards Knowledge Societies: A Reader for the World Summit on the Information Society, Paris: UNESCO Series of the World Summit on the Information Society.

 

Dutton, W. H., Shepherd, A., and di Gennaro, C. (2007), ‘Digital Divides and Choices Reconfiguring Access: National and Cross-National Patterns of Internet Diffusion and Use’, pp. 31-45 in Anderson, B., Brynin, M., Gershuny, J., and Raban, Y. (Eds), Information and Communications Technologies in Society (London: Routledge).

 

Rice, R. E., Shepherd, A., Dutton, W. H. & Katz, J. E. (2007). ‘Social interaction and the Internet: A comparative analysis of surveys in the US and Britain’, in A. N. Joinson, K.Y.A. McKenna, T. Postmes, & U-D Reips (Eds.), Oxford Handbook of Internet Psychology (pp. 7-30). Oxford: Oxford University Press.

 

Dutton, W. H. (2008), ‘Social Movements Shaping the Internet: The Outcome of an Ecology of Games’, Chapter 19, pp. 499-517 in Elliott, M. and Kraemer, K. L. (eds), Computerization Movements and Technology Diffusion: From Mainframes to Ubiquitous Computing. Medford, NJ: Information Today, Inc. [Recipient of CHOICE 2009 Outstanding Academic Title Award]

 

Dutton, W. H., and Peltu, M. (2008), ‘The New Politics of the Internet:

Multi-stakeholder Policy-making and the Internet Technocracy’, pp. 384-400 inChadwick, A., and Howard, P. N. (Eds.)Routledge Handbook of InternetPolitics. London: Routledge.

Dutton, W. H. (2010), ‘Reconfiguring Access in Research: Information, Expertise and Experience’, pp. 21-39 in Dutton, W. H. and Jeffreys, P. (eds),World Wide Research: Reshaping the Sciences and Humanities.Cambridge, MA: The MIT Press.

Dutton, W. H., and Meyer, E. (2010), ‘Enabling or Mediating the Social Sciences: Opportunities and Risks of Bottom-Up Innovation’, pp. 165-84 in Dutton, W. H. and Jeffreys, P. (eds),World Wide Research: Reshaping the Sciences and Humanities. Cambridge, MA: The MIT Press.

Dutton, W. H., and Piper, T. (2010), ‘The Politics of Privacy, Confidentiality and Ethics: Opening Research Methods’, pp. 223-40, in Dutton, W. H. and Jeffreys, P. (eds),World Wide Research: Reshaping the Sciences and Humanities. Cambridge, MA: The MIT Press.

Dutton, W. H. (2010), ‘The Fifth Estate: Democratic Social Accountability through the Emerging Network of Networks’, pp. 3-18 in Nixon, P. G., Koutrakou, V. N., and Rawal, R. (Eds), Understanding E-Government in Europe: Issues and Challenges. London: Routledge.

Richter, W. R., Bray, D. A., and Dutton, W. H. (forthcoming), ‘Cultivating the Value of Networked Individuals’, pp. forthcoming in Foster, J. (ed.), Collaborative Information Behavior: User Engagement and Communication Sharing. Hershey, PA: IGI Global.

 

Dutton, W. H., Schneider, V., and Vedel, T. (2012), ‘Large Technical Systems as Ecologies of Games: Cases from Telecommunications to the Internet’, pp. 49-75 in Bauer, J. M., et al (Eds), Innovation Policy and Governance in High-Tech Industries. Berlin: Springer-Verlag.

 

Dutton, W. H. (2012), ‘The Fifth Estate: A New Governance Challenge’, pp. 584-98 in Levi-Faur, D. (ed.), The Oxford Handbook of Governance. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

 

Lloyd, J., Doll, H., Hawton, K., Dutton, W. H., Geddes, J., Goodwin, G. M., and Rogers, R. D. (2012), ‘Investigating the Heterogeneity of Problem-Gambling Symptoms in Internet Gamblers’, pp. 212-226 in Williams, R. J., Wood, R. T., and Parke, J. (eds), Routledge International Handbook of Internet Gambling. London and New York: Routledge.

 

Dutton, W. H. (2013), ‘The Internet and Democratic Accountability: The Rise of the Fifth Estate’, pp. 39-55 in Lee, F.L.F., Leung, L., Qui, J. L., and Chu, D.S.C. (eds), Frontiers in New Media Research. Abbingdon: Informa, Taylor and Francis/Routledge.

 

Dutton, W. H. (2013), ‘Internet Studies: The Foundations of a Transformative Field’, pp. 1-23 in Dutton, W. H. (ed.), The Oxford Handbook of Internet Studies. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

 

Blank, G., and Dutton, W. H. (2013), ‘The Emergence of Next Generation Internet Users’, pp. 122-141 in Hartley, J., Burgess, J., and Bruns, A. (Eds), A Companion to New Media Dynamics. London: Wiley-Blackwell.

 

Dutton, W. H., and Dubois, E. (2013), ‘The Fifth Estate of the Digital World’, pp. 131-43 in Youngs, G. (ed.), Digital World: Connectivity, Creativity and Rights. London: Routledge.

 

Huan, S., Dutton, W. H., and Shen, W. (2013), ‘The Semi-Sovereign Netizen: The Fifth Estate in China’, pp. 43-58 in Nixon, P.G., Rawal, R. and Mercea, D. (2013) Politics and the Internet in Comparative Context: Views From the Cloud, London: Routledge.

 

Dutton, W. H., and Graham, M. (2014 forthcoming), ‘Introduction’, pp. forthcoming in Graham, M., and Dutton, W. H. (eds), Society and the Internet. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

 

Blank, G., and Dutton, W. H. (2014 forthcoming), ‘Next Generation Internet Users: A New Digital Divide’, pp. forthcoming in Graham, M., and Dutton, W. H. (eds), Society and the Internet. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

 

Bolsover, G., Dutton, W. H., Law, G., and Dutta, S. (2014 forthcoming), ‘China and the US in the New Internet World: A Comparative Perspective’, pp. forthcoming in Graham, M., and Dutton, W. H. (eds), Society and the Internet. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

 

Dubois, E., and Dutton, W. H. (2014 forthcoming), ‘Empowering Citizens of the Internet Age’, pp. forthcoming in Graham, M., and Dutton, W. H. (eds), Society and the Internet. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

 

Newman, N., Dutton, W. H., and Blank, G. (2014 forthcoming), ‘Social Media and the News: Implications for the Press and Society’, pp. forthcoming in Graham, M., and Dutton, W. H. (eds), Society and the Internet. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

 

Dutton, W. H., and Dubois, E. (forthcoming), ‘The Fifth Estate: A Rising Force of Pluralistic Accountability’, pp. forthcoming in Coleman, S., and Feelon, D. (eds), The Handbook of Digital Politics.

 

Blank, G., and Dutton, W. H. (2014), ‘Next Generation Users: Changing Access to the Internet’, pp. forthcoming in Bechmann, A., and Lomborg, S. (eds), The Ubiquitous Internet: User and Industry Perspectives. Abingdon, UK: Routledge.

 

Dutton, W. H. (2014), ‘Lend Me Your Expertise: Citizen Sourcing Advice to Government’, pp. forthcoming in Desouza, K., and Johnston, E. W. (eds), Policy Informatics Handbook. Abingdon, UK: Routledge.

 

Dutton, W. H. (2014), ‘The Internet’s Gift to Democratic Governance: The Fifth Estate’, pp. forthcoming in Coleman, S., Moss, G., and Parry, K. (eds), Can the Media Save Democracy? Essays in Honour of Jay G. Blumler. London, Abington: Palgrave.

 

Adapted for Dutton, W. H. (2013), ‘The Fifth Estate: The Internet’s Gift to Democratic Governance’, InterMEDIA, Volume 41, October, pp. 20-24.

 

 

 

Professional Journal Articles

 

Dutton, W. H. (1975), ‘The Political Ambitions of Local Legislators,’ Polity 4 (4), 504-22.

 

Kraemer, K. L., Danziger J. N., Dutton, W. H., Mood, A., and Kling, R. (1976), ‘A Future Cities Survey Research Design for Policy Analysis,’ Socio-Economic Planning Sciences, 10 (5), 199-211.

 

Danziger, J. N. and Dutton, W. H. (1977), ‘Technological Innovation in Local Government: The Case of Computers,’ Policy and Politics, 6 (1), 27-49.

 

Danziger, J. N. and Dutton, W. H. (1977), ‘Computers as an Innovation in American Local Government,’ Communications of the ACM, 20 (12), 945-56.

 

Dutton, W. H. and Kraemer, K. L. (1977), ‘Technology and Urban Management: The Power Payoffs of Computing,’ Administration and Society, 9 (3), 305-40.

 

Dutton, W. H. and the URBIS Group (1977), ‘A Survey of Local Government EDP Practices,’ Government Finance, 6 (3), 42-51.

 

Dutton, W. H. and Kraemer, K. L. (1978), ‘Management Utilization of Computers in American Local Governments,’ Communications of the ACM, 21 (3), 206-18.

 

Dutton, W. H. and Kraemer, K. L. (1978), ‘Determinants of Support for Computerized Information Systems,’ Midwest Review of Public Administration, 12 (1), 19-40.

 

Dutton, W. H. and Northrop, A. (1978), ‘Municipal Reform and the Changing Pattern of Urban Party Politics,’ American Politics Quarterly, 6 (4), 429-52.

 

Kraemer, K. L., Danziger, J. N. and Dutton, W. H. (1978), ‘Automated Information Systems and Urban Decision Making,’ Urban Systems, 3 (4), 177-90.

 

Northrop, A. and Dutton, W. H. (1978),’Municipal Reform and Group Influence,’ American Journal of Political Science, 22 (3), 691-711.

 

Dutton, W. H. and Kraemer, K. L. (1979), ‘Urban Technology, Executive Support and Computing,’ The Urban Interest, 1 (2), 35-42.

 

Dutton, W. H. and Kraemer, K. L. (1979), ‘The Automation of Bias: Computers and Local Government Budgeting,’ Information Privacy, 1 (7), 303-11.

 

Kraemer, K. L. and Dutton, W. H. (1979), ‘The Interests Served by Technological Reform: The Case of Computing,’ Administration and Society, 11 (1), 80-106.

Reprinted in Miewald, R. D and Steinman, M. (1984) (eds.), Problems in Administrative Reform, Chicago, Il: Nelson-Hall Publishers; and in Bozeman, B. and Strausmann, J. (1984) (eds.), New Directions in Public Administration. Monterey, CA: Brooks/Cole, 172-84.

 

Dutton, W. H. (1980), ‘Fiscal Analyses in American Local Government,’ The Urban Interest, 2 (2), 43-47.

 

Dutton, W. H. and Kraemer, K. L. (1980), ‘Automating Bias,’ Society, 17 (2), 36-41.

 

Dutton, W. H., Kraemer, K. L. and Martha S. Hollis (1980), ‘Fiscal Impact Models and the Policy-Making Process,’ The Urban Interest, 2 (2), 66-74.

 

Kraemer, K. L., Dutton, W. H., and Northrop, A. (1980), ‘Management Control, the Automated Budget, and Information Handling,’ Information Privacy, 2 (1), 7-16.

 

Dutton, W. H. (1981), ‘The Rejection of an Innovation: The Political Environment of an Information System,’ Systems, Objectives, Solutions, 1 (4), 179-201.

 

Dutton, W. H. (1982), ‘Computer Models in the Policy-Making Process,’ Information Age, 1 (2), 86-94.

 

Dutton, W. H. (1982), ‘Eighty Thousand Information Systems: The Utilization of Computing in American Local Governments,’ Computers, Environments and Urban Systems, 7 (1/2), 21-33.

 

Dutton, W. H. (1982), ‘Politics, Planning, and Modeling,’ International Journal of Policy Analysis and Information Systems, 6 (1), 65-89.

 

Dutton, W. H., Fulk, J., and Steinfield, C. (1982) ‘The Utilization of Videoconferencing,’ Telecommunications Policy, 6 (3), 164-78.

 

Northrop, A., Dutton, W. H., and Kraemer, K. L. (1982), ‘The Management of Computer Applications in Local Government,’ Public Administration Review, 42 (3), 234-43.

 

Peterson, S. A. and Dutton, W. H. (1982), ‘The Responsiveness of Local Legislators,’ The Urban Interest, 4 (2), 18-28.

 

Dutton, W. H. (1983), ‘Computer Modeling and Public Policy,’ Information Resource Management, 1 (3), 32-4.

 

Dutton, W. H. and Kraemer, K. L. (1983), ‘The Politics of Modeling: Computer Models in the Policy Process,’ Systems, Objectives, Solutions, 3 (1), 13-29.

 

Dutton, W. H., Steckenrider, J., Ross-Christensen, D., Lynch, L., Goldfarb, B., Hirschberg, L., Barcroft, T., and Williams, R. (1984), ‘Electronic Participation by Citizens in US Local Government,’ Information Age, 6 (2), 78-97.

 

Fulk, J. and Dutton, W. H. (1984), ‘Videoconferencing as an Organizational Information System: Assessing the Role of Electronic Meetings,’ Systems, Objectives, Solutions, 4, 105-18.

 

Dutton, W. H., Dordick, H., and Phillips, A. (1984), ‘Perspectives on National Cable Policy: Focusing the Issues,’ Telematics and Informatics, 1 (2), 153-70.

 

Dutton, W. H., Kovaric, P., and Steinfield, C. (1985), ‘Computing in the Home: A Research Paradigm,’ Computers and the Social Sciences, 1 (1), 5-18.

 

Dutton, W. H. and Mackinen, H. (1987), ‘The Development of Telecommunications: The Outcome of an Ecology of Games,’ Information & Management, 13 (5), 255-64.

 

Dutton, W. H., Rogers, E. M., and Jun, S-H. (1987), ‘Diffusion and Social Impacts of Personal Computers,’ Communication Research, 14 (2), 219-50.

 

Dutton, W. H., Rogers, E. M., and Jun, S-H. (1987), ‘The Diffusion and Impacts of Information Technology in Households,’ Oxford Surveys in Information Technology, 4, 133-193.

 

Dutton, W. H. and Blumler, J. G. (1988), ‘The Faltering Development of Cable Television in Britain,’ International Political Science Review, 9 (4), 279-303.

 

Dutton, W. H. (1989), ‘Information Technology and Urban Form: New Wine in Old Bottles – Rejoinder to John P. Frendreis,’ Journal of Urban Affairs, 11 (4), 347-54.

 

Dutton, W. H. and Anderson, R. E. (1989) (eds.), ‘Symposium on Computer Literacy: Implications for the Social Sciences,’ Social Science Computer Review, 7 (1), 1-45.

 

Dutton, W. H. and Anderson, R. E. (1989), ‘Computers and Literacy: Differing Perspectives in the Social Sciences,’ Social Science Computer Review, 7 (1), 1-6.

 

Dutton, W. H., Sweet, P. L., and Rogers, E. M. (1989), ‘Socio-Economic Status and the Early Diffusion of Personal Computing in the United States,’ Social Science Computer Review, 7 (3), 259-71.

 

Vedel, T. and Dutton, W. H. (1990), ‘New Media Politics: Shaping Cable Television Policy in France,’ Media, Culture and Society, 12 (4), 491-524.

 

Dutton, W. H. and Guthrie, K. (1991), ‘An Ecology of Games: The Political Construction of Santa Monica’s Public Electronic Network,’ Informatization and the Public Sector, 1 (4), 1-24.

 

Dutton, W. H. (1992), ‘The Social Impact of Emerging Telephone Services,’ Telecommunications Policy, 16 (5), 377-387.

 

Dutton, W. H. (1992), ‘The Ecology of Games Shaping Telecommunications Policy,’ Communication Theory, 2 (4), 303-28.

 

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Revision and expansion of: Dutton, W. (1992), ‘The Ecology of Games in Telecommunications Policy,’ in Sapolsky, H. M., Crane, R. J., Neuman, W. R., and Noam, E. M. (eds.), The Telecommunications Revolution: Past, Present and Future, New York: Routledge, 65-88.

 

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Dutton, W. H. (1992), ‘Political Science Research on Teledemocracy,’ Social Science Computer Review, 10 (4), 505-22.

 

Guthrie, K. and Dutton, W. H. (1992), ‘The Politics of Citizen Access Technology: The Development of Public Information Utilities in Four Cities,’ Policy Studies Journal, 20 (4), 574-97.

 

Dutton, W. H. (1993), ‘The Programme on Information and Communication Technologies,’ Information Technology & Public Policy, 11 (3), 202-10.

Dutton, W. H. (1995), ‘The Ecology of Games and its Enemies,’ Communication Theory, 5 (4), 379-92.

 

Dutton, W. H. (1996), ‘Network Rules of Order: Regulating Speech in Public Electronic Fora,’ Media, Culture, and Society, 18 (2), 269-90.

 

Reprinted in David, M., and Millward, P. (2014) (eds), Researching Society Online. (London: Sage), pp. 269-90.

 

Dutton, W. H. (1999), ‘The Web of Technology and People: Challenges for Economic and Social Research,’ Prometheus, 17 (1), 5-20.

 

Docter, S., Dutton, W. H., and Elberse A. (1999), ‘An American Democracy Network: Factors Shaping the Future of On-line Political Campaigns,’ Parliamentary Affairs, 52 (3), 535-52.

 

Dutton, W. H., Elberse, A., and Hale, M. (1999), ‘Information, Democracy and the Internet,’ Communications of the ACM, 42 (12), 48-52.

 

Dutton, W. H. and Lin, W-Y. (2001), ‘Using the Web in the Democratic Process. The Web-orchestrated “Stop the Overlay” Cyber-campaign’, European Review. Journal of the Academia Europaea, 9 (2), 185-99.

 

Dutton, William. H. and Nainoa, Frank (2002), ‘Say Goodbye … Let’s Roll: The Social Dynamics of Wireless Networks on September 11th’, Prometheus, 20(3): 237-45.

 

Lin, Wan-Ying and Dutton, William. H. (2003), ‘The Net Effect in the ‘Stop the Overlay’ Campaign’, Party Politics, 9(1): pp. 124-36.

 

Dutton, W. H., Cheong, P. H., and Park, N. (2004), ‘The Social Shaping of a Virtual Learning Environment: The Case of a University-wide Course Management System,’ Electronic Journal of E-Learning, 2 (1), March: 69-80. Available at www.ejel.org

 

Dutton, W. H., Cheong, P. H. and Park, N. (2004), ‘An Ecology of Constraints on e-Learning in Higher Education: The Case of a Virtual Learning Environment,’ Prometheus,22 (2), 131-49.

 

Dutton, W. H., Gillett, S. E., McKnight, L. W., and Peltu, M. (2004), ‘Bridging Broadband Internet Divides: Reconfiguring Access to Enhance Communicative Power’, Journal of Information Technology, 19 (1), 28-38.

 

Dutton, W. H., Guerra, G. A., Zizzo, D. J., and Peltu, M. (2005), ‘The Cybertrust Tension in E-government: Balancing Identity, Privacy, Security’, Information Polity, 10: 13-23.

 

di Gennaro, C. and Dutton, W.H. (2006) The Internet and the Public: Online and Offline Political participation in the United Kingdom, Parliamentary Affairs, 59 (2):299-313.

 

Dutton, W. H., Carusi, A., and Peltu, M. (2006), ‘Fostering Multidisciplinary Engagement: Communication Challenges for Social Research on Emerging Digital Technologies’, Prometheus, 24(2): 129-49.

 

Dutton, W. H., and Shepherd, A. (2006), ‘Trust in the Internet as an Experience Technology’, Information, Communication and Society, 9(4): 433-51.

Eynon, R., and Dutton, W. H. (2007), ‘Barriers to Networked Governments: Evidence from Europe’, Prometheus, 25 (3), September, pp. 225-42.

Dutton, W. H., and Peltu, M. (2007), ‘The Emerging Internet Governance Mosaic: Connecting the Pieces’, Information Polity, 12: 63-81.

 

di Gennaro, C., and Dutton, W. H. (2007), ‘Reconfiguring Friendships: Social Relationships and the Internet’, Information Communication and Society, 10 (5): 591-618.

 

Dutton, W. H. (2008), ‘The Wisdom of Collaborative Network Organizations: Capturing the Value of Networked Individuals’, Prometheus, 26(3), September, pp. 211-30.

 

Caldas, A., Schroeder, R., Mesch, G. S., and Dutton, W. H. (2008), ‘Patterns of Information Search and Access on the World Wide Web: Democratizing Expertise or Creating New Hierarchies’, Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication, 13: 769-793.

 

Dutton, W. H. (2009), ‘The Fifth Estate Emerging through the Network of Networks’, Prometheus, Vol. 27, No. 1, March: pp. 1-15.

 

Dutton, W. H., and Eynon, R. (2009), ‘Networked Individuals and Institutions: A Cross-Sector Comparative Perspective on Patterns and Strategies in Government and Research’, The Information Society 25 (3): pp. 1-11.

 

Dutton, W. H., and Meyer, E. T. (2009), Experience with New Tools and Infrastructures of Research: An Exploratory Study of Distance From, and Attitudes Toward, e-Research’, Prometheus, 27(3), September: 223-38.

Meyer, E. T., and Dutton, W. H., (2009),’Top-Down e-Infrastructure Meets Bottom-Up Research Innovation: The Social Shaping of e-Research’, Prometheus, 27(3), September: 239-50.

 

Dutton, W. H., Helsper, E. J., Whitty, M. T., Li, N., Buckwalter, J. G., and Lee, E. (2009), ‘The Role of the Internet in Reconfiguring Marriages: a Cross-national Study’, Interpersona: An International Journal on Personal Relationships, 2(2), December: 3-18.

 

Dutton, W. H. (2010), ‘Aiming at Copyright Infringers and Hitting the Digital Economy’, Prometheus, Vol. 28, No. 4, pp. 385-388, December 2010. Available at SSRN: http://ssrn.com/abstract=1778422

 

Dutton, W. H. (2011), ‘The Politics of Next Generation Research: Democratizing Research-Centred Computational Networks’, Journal of Information Technology, 26, 109–119.

 

Blank, G., and Dutton, W. H. (2011), ‘Age and Trust in the Internet: The Centrality of Experience and Attitudes Toward Technology in Britain’, Social Science Computer Review, 30(2): 135-151. http://ssc.sagepub.com/content/early/2011/02/21/0894439310396186

 

Loader, B. D., and Dutton, W. H. (2012), ‘A Decade in Internet Time’, Information Communication & Society, 15(5): 609-15.

 

Newman, N., Dutton, W. H., and Blank, G. (2012), ‘Social Media in the Changing Ecology of News: The Fourth and Fifth Estates in Britain’, International Journal of Internet Science, 7(1): 6-22.

 

Khatib, L., Dutton, W.H., Thelwall, M. (2012), ‘Public Diplomacy 2.0: A Case Study of the US Digital Outreach Team’, Middle East Journal, 66(3), Summer, pp. 453-472.

 

Seale, J., and Dutton, W. (2012), ‘Empowering the Digitally Excluded: Learning Initiatives for (In)Visible Groups’, Research in Learning Technology 2012, 20: 20214 – http://dx.doi.org/10.3402/rlt.v20i0.20214

 

Dubois, E., and Dutton, W. H. (2012/4), ‘The Fifth Estate in Internet Governance:

Collective Accountability of a Canadian Policy Initiative’, Revue française d’Etudes Américaines RFEA, 4, pp. 81-97.

 

Shadbolt, N., Hall, W., Hendler, J., and Dutton, W. (2013), ‘Web Science: a New Frontier’, Philosophical Transactions of The Royal Society, Vol. 371, No. 1987, March: 20120512.

 

Ess, C., and Dutton, W.H. (2013), ‘Perspectives on a Rapidly Evolving Field’, in New Media and Society: http://nms.sagepub.com/content/early/2013/04/24/1461444812462845.full

 

Dutton, W. H. (2013), ‘Social Shaping of Digital Research’, International Journal of Social Research Methodology, 16(3), 177-195. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/13645579.2013.774171.

 

Dutton, W. H., and Blank, G. (2013), ‘The Emergence of Next Generation Internet Users’, International Economics and Economic Policy, DOI 10.1007/s10368-013-0245-8.

 

Dutton, W. H. (2013), ‘The Fifth Estate: The Internet’s Gift to Democratic Governance’, InterMEDIA, Volume 41, October, pp. 20-24.

 

Zorina, A., and Dutton, W. H. (2014), ‘Building Broadband Infrastructure from the Grassroots: the Case of Home LANs in Belarus’, Journal of Community Informatics, special issue on ‘The First Mile of Broadband Connectivity in Communities’, Vol 10, No. 2: http://ci-journal.net/index.php/ciej/article/view/949.

 

Dutton, W. H. (2014), ‘Putting Things to Work: Social and Policy Challenges for the Internet of Things’, Info, Vol. 16 Iss: 3, pp. forthcoming.

 

 

Other Publications

 

Dutton, W. H. (1975), ‘Management Information Top Problem,’ County News, 7 (40), 8-10.

 

Dutton, W. H. (1975), ‘Has the Computer Lived up to Billing?,’ County News, 7 (40), 11-4.

 

Dutton, W. H. (1975), ‘Major Policy Concerns Facing Chief Executives,’ Nation’s Cities, 13 (10), 33-36.

 

Dutton, W. H. and Pearson, S. (1975), ‘Executives Cite Common Data Problems,’ Nation’s Cities, 13 (10), 28-30.

 

Dutton, W. H., Kraemer, K. L., and Pearson, S. (1975), ‘Chief Executives Views on Information Processing in Local Government,’ in Anochie, O. (ed.), Computers, Local Government and Productivity, 1, Chicago: Urban and Regional Information Systems Association, 454-77.

 

Kraemer, K. L., Dutton, W. H., and Matthews, J. (1975), ‘Municipal Computers: Growth, Usage and Management,’ Urban Data Service Reports, 7 (11).

 

Dutton, W. H., Kraemer, K. L., and Matthews, J. (1976), ‘County Computers: Growth, Usage and Management,’ in National Association of Counties/International City Management Association Joint Data Center (ed.), The County Yearbook 1976, Washington, DC: ICMA, 133-49.

 

Kraemer, K. L., Matthews, J., Dutton, W. H., and Hackathorn, L. (1976), Directory of Municipal Information Systems, Boston: Lexington Books.

 

Matthews, J., Kraemer, K. L., Hackathorn, L., and Dutton, W. H. (1976), Directory of County Information Systems, Boston: Lexington Books.

 

Kraemer, K. L., Dutton, W. H., and Northrop, A. (1979), The Management of Information Systems, Washington, DC: National Technical Information Service.

 

Dutton, W. H. (1984), ‘The Network Perspective,’ Computers and Networks, 23-30, August (a Japanese language publication).

 

Dutton, W. H. (1985), ‘Un-American Activities? Wired City Experiments of Europe and Asia,’ NATOA News, 4 (3), 4-6.

 

Dutton, W. H. (1987), ‘Micropolitics: Modeling as a Negotiating Tool,’ Western City, 63 (2), 21-24.

 

Dutton, W., Guthrie, K., O’Connell, J., and Wyer, J. (1991), State and Local Government Innovations in Electronic Services,’ Report for the US Office of Technology Assessment, December 12.

 

Dutton, W. (1994), ‘Road to the Rational,’ Times Higher Education Supplement, August 12, iv.

 

Dutton, W., Blumler, J., Garnham, N., Mansell, R., Cornford. J., and Peltu, M. (1994), The Information Superhighway: Britain’s Response, PICT Policy Research Paper 29, Uxbridge, UK: Brunel University, Programme on Information and Communication Technologies.

 

Dutton, W., MacKenzie, D., Shapiro, S., and Peltu, M. (1994), Computer Power and Human Limits: Learning from IT and Telecommunication Disasters, PICT Policy Research Paper 33, Uxbridge, UK: Brunel University, Programme on Information and Communication Technologies.

 

Dutton, W. (1994), ‘Trickle-Down Social Science: A Personal Perspective,’ Social Sciences, 22, 2.

 

Dutton, W., Taylor, J., Bellamy, C., Raab, C., and Peltu, M. (1994), Electronic Service Delivery: Themes and Issues in the Public Sector, PICT Policy Research Paper 28, Uxbridge, UK: Brunel University, Programme on Information and Communication Technologies, Economic and Social Research Council.

Reviewed by Brunnen, D. J. (1994), Information Technology & Public Policy, 13 (1), 16-17.

 

PICT (1995), Programme on Information and Communication Technologies, A Profile of Research and Publications 1995, Uxbridge, UK: Brunel University, Programme on Information and Communication Technologies.

 

Dutton, W. (1996), The Virtual Organization: Tele-Access in Business and Industry, Report prepared for the Fujitsu Research Institute (FRI), Tokyo, August.

Presented in Tokyo and promoted and distributed in the US by Fujitsu Business Communication Systems, an American affiliate of FRI.)

 

Dutton, W. (1996), Review of Thematic Priorities: Human Communication and the Social Shaping of Technology, Review for the UK Economic and Social Research Council’s research, December.

 

Dutton, W. H., on behalf of the ESRC (2001), ‘The Economic and Social Research Council’, Prometheus, 19(3): 253-60. [Description of the then forthcoming e-Society Programme.]

 

Dutton, W. H. (2001), ‘The Fax Heard Across L.A. Touched Off a Cyberstorm of Protest’, Public Affairs Report, Summer, 6-9.

 

Cheong, P. H., Park, N., and Dutton, W. H. (2002), “New Technologies, Old Practices: The Traditional Use of Electronic Courseware”, Proceedings of the 2002 International Symposium on Technology and Society (ISTAS’02), Social Implications of Information and Communication Technology, IEEE.

 

Dutton, W. (2002), Understanding the Restructuring of Practices and Institutions in the Digital Age, Report specifying requirements for the ‘E-society’ Research Programme of the UK Economic and Social Research Council, London: Economic and Social Research Council.

 

 

Dutton, W. (2003), ‘Balliol’s Oxford Internet Institute: Understanding the Internet’s Web of Technology and People,’ Balliol College Record, 11-6.

 

Dutton, W. H. (2003), HistoricalSCultural Contexts of Broadband Policy and Practice, Position Paper for OII Forum Broadband Divides,’ Oxford: Oxford Internet Institute, University of Oxford, March.

 

Dutton, W., Wolf, A. and Medhat, S. (2003), ‘Educating e-Ostriches,’ Times Higher Education Supplement, special supplement on ICT in Higher Education, 4, November 21.

 

Dutton, W. H., Gillett, S. E., McKnight, L. W., and Peltu, M. (2003), ‘Broadband Internet: The Power to Reconfigure Access’, Forum Discussion Paper No. 1, Oxford: Oxford Internet Institute.

 

Guerra, G. A., Zizzo, D. J., Dutton, W. H., and Peltu, M. (2003), Economics of

Trust: Trust and the Information Economy, DSTI/ICCP/REG/RD(2003)1, Paris: OECD.

 

Dutton, W. H. and Shepherd, A. (2003), Trust in the Internet: The Social Dynamics of an Experience Technology, Paper prepared for the Foresight Directorate of the Office of Science and Technology, Oxford: Oxford Internet Institute. Available online through: www.dti.uk

An earlier version of this report is available as: OII Research Report No. 3, Oxford: Oxford Internet Institute, University of Oxford. A revision of the report is published as: Dutton, W. H., and Shepherd, A., (2005) ‘Confidence and Risk on the Internet’, pp. 207-44 in R. Mansell and B. S. Collins (eds) Trust and Crime in Information Societies, Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing.

 

Dutton, W. H. (2004), For Want of a New Paradigm, Position Paper for OII Forum The Next Level in e-Learning,’ Oxford: Oxford Internet Institute, University of Oxford, January.

 

Dutton, W. H. (2004), Uncaging e-Democracy, Position Paper for OII Forum ‘A New Agenda for e-Democracy,’ Oxford: Oxford Internet Institute, University of Oxford, May.

 

Dutton, W. H. (2004), Opening Computer Studies and Professions, Position Paper for OII Forum ‘Women in Computing Professions: Will the Internet Make a Difference?,’ Oxford: Oxford Internet Institute, University of Oxford, June.

 

Dutton, W. (2004), ‘Iron Laws of Cyberspace? The Need for Multidisciplinary Perspectives’, Computers & Law, 15(3), August/September, 2004: 17-21.

 

Martin, U., Liff, S., Dutton, W. H., and Light, A., (2004), ‘Rocket Science or Social Science? Involving Women in the Creation of Computing’, OII Forum Discussion Paper No. 3, Oxford: Oxford Internet Institute, University of Oxford, November.

See: http://www.oii.ox.ac.uk/resources/publications/FD3.pdf

 

Dutton, B. (2004 forthcoming), ‘Can the Internet Survive? Why Your Decisions Matter’, Nominet News, December. See: http://www.nominetnews.org.uk/dec04/debate.php

 

Dutton, W. (2005), ‘Understanding the Digital Divide’, pp. 8-14 in eForum (ed.), Proceedings of the Seminar on Industry, CSR and the Digital Divide: Meeting the Challenges (London: The Westminster eForum Series).

 

Dutton, W. (2006), ‘The Social Informatics of the Internet: An Ecology of Games’, presentation and paper presented at the Seventh International Conference on Human Choice and Computers, organized by the International Federation of Information Processing, Maribor, Slovenia, 21-23 September 2006.

 

Dutton, W.H. (2007), ‘e-Democracy: Reconfiguring Participation in Governance and Democracy’, Journal of the Korean Association of Regional Informatization, March, forthcoming.

 

Dutton, W. H. (2007), ‘Reconfiguring Access to Information and Expertise in the Social Sciences: The Social Shaping and Implications of Cyberinfrastructure’, paper presented at the Third International Conference on E-Social Science, Ann Arbor, Michigan, US, 7-9 October.

 

Dutton, W. H. (2007), ‘Through the Network (of Networks) – the Fifth Estate’, Inaugural lecture, Examination Schools, University of Oxford, 15 October. Available online at: http://webcast.oii.ox.ac.uk/?view=Webcast&ID=20071015_208

 

Dutton, W. H. (2008), ‘Harnessing Internet User Power’, eStrategies Europe, Vol. 2, No. 4, pp. 36-37.

 

Dutton, W. H. (2009), ‘Democracy on the Line: The Fifth Estate?’, Oxford Today, Vol. 21, No. 2, pp. 12-15.

 

Dutton, W. H. (2010), ‘Democratic Potential of the Fifth Estate’, PerAda Magazine, http://www.perada-magazine.eu/pdf/003003/003003.pdf

 

Dutton, W. H. (2010), ‘The Fifth Estate Emerging Through the Internet and Freedom of Expression’, pp. 22-25 in A News Future and the Future of the Journalism Profession: An IPI Report. International Press Institute and the Poytner Institute.

 

Dutton, W. H. (2010), ‘The Local Frontiers of the Global Internet’, Compass, International Regulators Forum Publication, November. London: International Institute for Communication.

 

Dutton, W. H. (2010), ‘The Local Impact of the Global Internet: the Impact of New Technology and Global Communication on Individuals and Communities in Britain’, Joseph Rowntree Foundation Paper for the Programme on Globalization, UK Poverty and Communities. York, UK: the Joseph Rowntree Foundation. Available online at: http://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=1673426

 

Dutton, William H. (2010), ‘Networking Distributed Public Expertise: Strategies for Citizen Sourcing Advice to Government’. One of a Series of Occasional Papers in Science and Technology Policy, Science and Technology Policy Institute, Institute for Defense Analyses, Pennsylvania Avenue, Washington D.C., August, 2010. Available at SSRN: http://ssrn.com/abstract=1767870

 

Dutta, S., Dutton, W. H. and Law, G. (2011), The New Internet World: A Global Perspective on Freedom of Expression, Privacy, Trust and Security Online: The Gobal Information Technology Report 2010-2011. New York: World Economic Forum, April. Available at SSRN: http://ssrn.com/abstract=1810005

 

Dutta, S., Dutton, W. H. and Law, G. (2011), The New Internet World: A Global Perspective on Freedom of Expression, Privacy, Trust and Security Online: The Gobal Information Technology Report 2010-2011. INSEAD Working Paper No. 2011/89/TOM. Available at SSRN: http://ssrn.com/abstract=1916005

 

Dutton, W. H., and Blank, G. (2011), Next Generation Users: The Oxford Internet Survey 2011. Oxford: Oxford Internet Institute, University of Oxford.

 

Huan, S., Dutton, W. H., and Shen, W. (in progress), ‘The Semi-Sovereign Netizen: The Politics of the Fifth Estate in China’, OII Working Paper for the 5th Estate Project. Oxford: Oxford Internet Institute, University of Oxford.

 

Dutton, W. H. (2011), ‘A Networked World Needs a Fifth Estate’, Wired Magazine, 22 October, http://www.wired.co.uk/magazine/archive/2011/11/ideas-bank/william-dutton

 

Dutton, W. H. (2013), ‘The Internet of Things’, OII Working Paper, June. Available on SSRN: http://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=2324902

 

Dutton, W. H., and Blank, G. with the assistance of Groselj, D. (2013), Cultures of the Internet: The Internet in Britain: Oxford Internet Survey 2013 Report. Oxford Internet Institute, University of Oxford.

 

Book Reviews

 

Dutton, W. H. (1975), review of Computers and Bureaucratic Reform by Kenneth C. Laudon, in Computers and Society, 6 (3), 10-11.

 

Dutton, W. H. (1983), review of Teleconferencing and Electronic Communications by Lorne A. Parker and Christine H. Olgren, in Telecommunications Policy, September, 255-6.

 

Dutton, W. H. (1983), review of Teleconferencing Technology and Applications by Christine H. Olgren and Lorne A. Parker, in Computer Communications, 6 (5), October, 264.

 

Dutton, W. H. (1984), ‘A Change of Thinking,’ review of Technologies of Freedom by Ithiel de Sola Pool, in Journal of Communications, Winter, 195-8.

 

Dutton, W. H. (1984), ‘Exploring New Territory – and Taking Risks,’ Review of Computer-Mediated Communication by Elaine B. Kerr and Starr Roxanne Hiltz, in Computer Communications, 7 (3), 144.

 

Dutton, W. H. (1988), review of Dossier Society by Kenneth C. Laudon, in The Library Quarterly, 58 (1), 102-5.

 

Dutton, W. H. (2005), review of Network Society, edited by Manuel Castells, in New Media and Society, 7(6): 857-60.

 

Dutton, W. H. (2007), ‘Loyal to the ‘Daily Me’’, review of Republic.com 2.0, by Cass R. Sunstein, in The Times Higher Education Supplement, 19 October. See: http://www.craigbellamy.net/images/Loyal_to_the_daily_me.pdf

 

Dutton, W. H. (2008), Review of The Big Switch: Rewiring the World, From Edison to Google by Nicholas Carr in The Times Higher Education Supplement, 13 March. http://www.timeshighereducation.co.uk/story.asp?storyCode=401031&sectioncode=26

 

Dutton, W. (2010), ‘Programming to Forget’, a review of Delete: The Virtue of Forgetting in the Digital Age by Viktor Mayer-Schönberger in Science, Vol. 327, 19 March: 1456. http://www.sciencemag.org/cgi/content/summary/327/5972/1456-a

 

Dutton, W. (2013), ‘Running in Social Media Circles’, a review of Alice E. Marwick’s Status Update: Celebrity Publicity & Branding in the Social Media Age. New Haven, Connecticut: Yale University Press, for Science, Vol 342, 22 November: 933. Available at: http://www.sciencemag.org/content/342/6161/933.summary.

 

Audio/Video Tapes and Programs

 

Dutton, W. H. (1987), ‘Reinforcement Politics: The Automation of Bias in American Local Governments,’ Audio tape for Open University course ‘Introduction to Information Technology,’ Milton Keynes, UK: BBC Open University Production Centre, July.

 

Dutton, W. H. (1988), ‘New Communication Technologies: Challenge to Power?,’ Video tape of GTE Lecture at Great Hall, Carleton College, Northfield, MN: Northfield Public Access Television, October.

 

Co-Editor with Denis Noble and Sung Hee Kim. (2009 – ) Voices from Oxford (VOX): A Series of Webcasts Featuring Research and Researchers from Oxford University. Oxford Internet Institute, University of Oxford. http://www.voicesfromoxford.org/about

 

Recent Conference Papers

 

Dutton, W. H. and Vedel, T. (1989), ‘The Comparative Politics of Cable Television Policy,’ Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the International Communication Association, San Francisco, May 25-28, 1989.

Published in Blumler, J. G., McLeod, J. M., and Rosengren, K. E. (1992) (eds.), Comparatively Speaking: Communication and Culture Across Space and Time, Newbury Park, CA: Sage, 70-93.

 

Dutton, W. H. and Guthrie, K. (1989), ‘The Political Ecology of a Teledemocracy Experiment: Santa Monica’s Public Electronic Network,’ Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association, Atlanta, Georgia, September.

Published as Dutton, W. H. and Guthrie, K. (1991), ‘An Ecology of Games: The Political Construction of Santa Monica’s Public Electronic Network,’ Informatization and the Public Sector, 1 (4), 1-24.

 

Guthrie, K., Schmitz, J., Ryu D., Harris, J., Rogers, E. M., and Dutton, W. (1990), ‘Communication Technology and Democratic Participation: The PEN System in Santa Monica,’ Paper presented to the ACM Conference on Computers and the Quality of Life, Washington, DC, September 13-16.

 

McGilly, K., Kawahata, M., Dutton, W., and Mitsufuji, T. (1990), Lessons from the Fiber-to-Home Trials, Final Report to the Fujitsu Corporation of America, Inc., November.

 

Dutton, W. in collaboration with Kawahata, M. (1991) (eds.), Visioning Communications and Society, Final Report to the Fujitsu Research Institute, Japan, February.

 

Dutton, W. H. (1991), ‘The Ecology of Games Shaping Telecommunications Policy,’ Paper presented to the Annual Meeting of the International Communication Association, Chicago, Il, May 26.

Published as Dutton, W. H. (1995), ‘The Ecology of Games and its Enemies,’ Communication Theory, 5 (4), 379-92.

 

Dutton, W. H. and Guthrie, K. (1991), ‘An Ecology of Games: The Political Construction of Santa Monica’s Public Electronic Network,’ Paper presented at the 22nd Annual Conference of the International Simulation and Gaming Association, Kyoto, Japan, July 15-19.

Published as Dutton, W. H. and Guthrie, K. (1991), ‘An Ecology of Games: The Political Construction of Santa Monica’s Public Electronic Network,’ Informatization and the Public Sector, 1 (4), 1-24.

 

Guthrie, K. and Dutton, W. H. (1992), ‘The Politics of Citizen Access Technology: The Development of Public Information Utilities in Four Cities,’ Paper presented at the 87th Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association, Washington, DC, August 29-September 1 and the 42nd Annual Conference of the International Communication Association, Miami, Florida, May 21-25.

Published as Guthrie, K. and Dutton, W. H. (1992), ‘The Politics of Citizen Access Technology: The Development of Public Information Utilities in Four Cities,’ Policy Studies Journal, 20 (4), 574-97.

 

Dutton, W. (1993), ‘Electronic Service Delivery and the Inner City,’ Paper presented to the IFIP-WG9.2 Conference on ‘Facing the Challenge of Risk and Vulnerability in an Information Society,’ Namur, Belgium, May 20-22.

Published as Dutton, W. (1993), ‘Electronic Service Delivery and the Inner City: the Risk of Benign Neglect,’ in Berleur, J., Beardon, C., and Laufer, R. (eds.), Facing the Challenge of Risk and Vulnerability in an Information Society, Amsterdam and New York: North-Holland, 209-28.

 

Dutton, W. (1994), ‘Driving into the Future of Communications? Check the Rear View Mirror,’ Paper delivered at ‘POTS to PANS: Social Issues in the Multimedia Evolution from Plain Old Telephony Services to Pictures and Network Services,’ the BT Hintlesham Hall Symposium, Hintlesham, Suffolk, UK, 28-30 March.

Published as Dutton, W. H. (1995), ‘Driving into the Future of Communications? Check the Rear View Mirror,’ in Emmott, S. (ed.), Information Superhighways: Multimedia Users and Futures, London: Academic Press, 79-102.

 

Dutton, W. (1998), ‘The Galaxy IV Pager Blackout,’ Presentation delivered to the conference ‘Access Denied’ at the Institute of Communication Studies, University of Leeds, September.

Published as: Dutton, W. H., Elberse, A., Hong, T., and Matei, S. (2001), ‘Beepless in America: The Social Impact of the Galaxy IV Pager Blackout,’ pp. 9-32 in S. Lax (ed.), Access Denied in the Information Age, London: Macmillan.

 

Hong, T., Matei, S., and Dutton, W. H. (1999), ‘Missing the Pager: The Impact of the Galaxy IV Satellite Blackout,’ Paper delivered to the Annual Meeting of the International Communication Association, San Francisco, May.

 

Dutton, W. H. (1999), ‘Networked Citizens and e-Democracy,’ Paper delivered at Conference on Citizenship and the Information Society, sponsored by the President of the Portuguese Republic, Lisbon, December 10.

Published in Presidêntia da Republica (ed.), Os Cidadãos e a Sociedade da Informação: Proceedings of Conference on Citizenship and the Information Society, Lisbon: Imprensa Nacional-Casa de Moeda, 47-68 in Portugese; 171-187 in English.

 

Lin, W-Y. and Dutton, W. H (2000), ‘Telephone Area Code Politics: The Ecology of Games Shaping a Web-Orchestrated Campaign,’ Paper delivered to the Annual Meeting of the International Communication Association, Acapulco, Mexico, June 1-5.

Published later as: Lin, Wan-Ying and Dutton, William. H. (2003), ‘The Net Effect in the ‘Stop the Overlay’ Campaign’, Party Politics, 9(1): pp. 124-36.

 

Dutton, w. H. (2001), ‘Internet and Society’, Paper presented at an International Symposium, Internet, Economic Growth and Globalization, Duisburg and Postdam/Berlin, August 8-10, 2001.

 

Cheong, P. H., Park, N.K., and Dutton, W. H. (2002), ‘Innovative Courseware in Traditional Courses: a Case Study of the Constraints on New Media in Higher Education’, paper presented to the Internet Research 3.0 Conference, Maastricht, October 13-1, 2002.

 

Dutton, W. H., Cheong, P. H., and Park, N. (2002), “Social and Institutional Factors Shaping e-Learning in Higher Education: A Case Study of a University-wide Course Management System”. Paper presented a the European Conference on e-Learning, Brunel University, UK, 4-5 November 2002.

 

Dutton, W. H., and Shepherd, A. (2003), ‘The Social Dynamics of Cybertrust: Confidence and Risk on the Internet’. Paper presented to the Information, Communication, Society Symposium at the Oxford Internet Institute, Oxford, 17-20 September 2003.

 

Dutton, W. H., and Shepherd, A. (2003), ‘The Social Dynamics of Cybertrust: Confidence and Risk on the Internet’. Paper prepared for the Society for Social Studies of Science (4S) Conference, Atlanta, Georgia, 15 October 2003.

 

Dutton, W.H., (2002), ‘Economics of Trust in the Information Economy: Issues of Identity, Privacy, and Security’, a presentation to the Working Party on the Information Economy, and Working Party on Information Security and Privacy, Committee for Information, Computer and Communications Policy, OECD. Château de la Muette, Paris, 24-25 April 2003.

 

Dutton, W. H. (2003), ‘Networks and Social Networks: The Dynamics of Wireless on September 11”, Presentation to an International Conference on computer Networks and Social Networks, University of Haifa, Israel, 26 August 2003.

 

Dutton, W. H. (2003), ‘Trust in the Internet: The Social Dynamics of an Experience Technology’, OII Research Report No. 3, Oxford: Oxford Internet Institute, University of Oxford.

Dutton, W. (2004), ‘Iron Laws of Cyberspace? The Need for Multidisciplinary Perspectives’, Computers & Law, 15(3), August/September, 2004: 17-21.

 

Nash, V., Dutton, W.H. and Peltu, M. (2004) Innovative Pathways to the Next Level of e-Learning. Oxford Internet Institute Forum Discussion Paper No. 2, University of Oxford.

 

Dutton, W. H. (2005), ‘Social Movements Shaping the Internet: The Outcome of an Ecology of Games’. Presented a a conference entitled the Contributions of Professor Rob Kling to the Analysis of Computerization Movements’, The Berkman Center, UC Irvine, March 11-12, 2005.

 

Di Gennaro, C., and Dutton, W. H. (2006), ‘Reconfiguring Friendships: The Role of the Internet in Meeting New Friends’. Paper prepared for the Annual Meeting of the International Communication Association, Dresden, 20 June.

 

Procter, R., Batty, M., Birkin, M, Crouchley, R., Dutton, W.H., Edwards, P., Fraser, M., and Rodden, T. (2006), ‘The National Centre for e-Social Science’. Paper prepared for presentation to the Fifth Annual e-Science All Hands Conference, East Midlands Conference Centre, Nottingham, UK, 18 – 21 September.

 

Dutton, W. H., and Dimov, M. (2007), ‘The ICT Sector and the Internet’. Presentation for a Conference on Innovation Policy for High Technology in a Comparative Perspective, Working Group on Politics and Technology, German Association of Political Science, Konstanz, Germany, 22-23 June.

 

Dutton, W. H. with the OII-MTI Team, ‘Collaborative Network Organizations: New Technical, Managerial and Social Infrastructures to Capture the Value of Distributed Intelligence’, paper presented at the EPSRC Workshop on ‘Managing for Usability: Challenges and Opportunities for e-Science Project Management’, at the Oxford e-Research Centre, University of Oxford, 10-11 April 2008.

 

Dutton, W. H., Schneider, V., and Vedel, T., ‘Large Technical Systems as Ecologies of Games: Cases from Telecommunications to the Internet’, paper presented at the conference on ‘Complexity and Large Technical Systems’, organized by Michigan State University and the University of Konstanz, Germany, Meersburg, 30-31 May 2008. Available at SSRN: http://ssrn.com/abstract=1141393

 

Dutton, W. H., and Meyer, E. T. (2008), ‘e-Social Science as an Experience Technology: Distance From, and Attitudes Toward, e-Research’. Paper presented at the 4th International Conference on e-Social Science, University of Manchester, 19 June. Available at SSRN: http://ssrn.com/abstract=1150422

 

Meyer, E. T., and Dutton, W. H. (2008), ‘Top-Down e-Infrastructure Meets Bottom-Up Research Innovation: Fitting e-Social Science Visions and Realities’, paper prepared for the UK e-Science All Hands Meeting, Edinburgh, UK, 8-11 September. Available online at: http://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=1262211

 

Dutton, W. H., and Eynon, R. (2008), ‘The Tools of Networked Individuals: Parallel Patterns and Strategies for Governmental and Research Institutions’. Paper prepared for the e-Research 08 Conference, University of Oxford, 11 September. Available online at: http://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=1264425

 

Dutton, W. H., Helsper, E. J., Whitty, M. T., Buckwalter, J. G., and Lee, E. (2008), ‘The Role of the Internet in Reconfiguring Marriages in the Network Society: How Married Couples Met in Australia, the United Kingdom and the United States.’ OII Working Paper. Oxford, UK: Oxford Internet Institute, University of Oxford.

 

Whitty, M. T., Helsper, E. J., and Dutton, W. H. (2008), ‘Netiquette and Surveillance Among Married Couples’, OZCHI 2008, December 8-12, 2008, Cairns, QLD, Australia.

Additional copies are available at the ACM Digital Library (http://portal.acm.org/dl.cfm).

 

Dutton, W. H. (2008), ‘The Fifth Estate through the Network of Networks’. Paper presented to the annual conference of the Association of Internet Researchers, ‘Internet Research 9.0: Rethinking Community, Rethinking Place’, IT University of Copenhagen, Denmark, October 18.

 

Dutton, W. H., Dopatka, A., Hills, M., and Law, G., and Nash. V., ‘Freedom of Connection – Freedom of Expression: The Changing Legal and Regulatory Ecology Shaping the Internet’. Paper prepared for UNESCO’s Division for Freedom of Expression, Democracy and Peace, and presented to the Internet Governance Forum, Vilnius, Lithuania, 14 September 2010. See: http://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=1654464

 

Newman, N., Dutton, W. H., and Blank, G., (2011), ‘Social Media in the Changing Ecology of News Production and Consumption: The Case in Britain’. Oxford Internet Institute Working Paper; Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism Working Paper, presented at the Annual Conference of the International Communication Association (ICA), Boston, May. Available at SSRN: http://ssrn.com/abstract=1826647

 

Dutton, W. H., Dutta, S., and Law, G. (2011), ‘Emerging Contours of a New Internet World: Shifting Patterns of Adoption, Attitudes and Behaviour’. Paper prepared for presentation at the iCS-OII Symposium on ‘A Decade in Internet Time’ an OII-iCS Symposium on the Dynamics of the Internet and Society, University of Oxford, 21-24 September 2011. http://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=1929791

 

Bolsover, G., Dutton, W. H., Law, G., and Dutta, S. (2013), ‘Social Foundations of the Internet in China and the New Internet World: A Cross-National Comparative Perspective’. Draft working paper prepared for presentation at China and the New Internet World, an International Communication Association (ICA) Preconference,

Oxford Internet Institute, University of Oxford, 14 June 2013.

 

Blank, G. and Dutton, W. H. (2013), ‘Next Generation Users’, paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Association for Internet Researchers, Denver, Colorado, October, 2013.

 

SELECTED PRESENTATIONS

 

Invited speaker, ‘Social Issues of Telecommunications,’ Bellcore Public Relations Education Program (PREP), Los Angeles, March 23, 1990.

 

Invited speaker, ‘New Media Trends,’ the Japan-America Institute of Management Science (JAIMS), Los Angeles, June 25, 1991.

 

International invited speaker, ‘Visions of the Future of Communications: A Comparative Perspective on the Intelligent Island,’ the National Computer Board, Republic of Singapore, July 11-12, 1991.

 

Invited panelist, ‘Media, Democracy and the Information Highway: Prospects for a National Information Service,’ The Freedom Forum, Media Studies Center, Columbia University, New York, October 27, 1992.

 

Invited panelist, ‘Rights and Responsibilities of Participants in Electronic Communities’ workshop, Computer Science and Telecommunications Board of the National Academy of Sciences, Washington, DC, November 5-6, 1992.

 

Invited speaker and panelist, ‘New Information Technologies: Panacea or Peril?,’ University of Rhode Island Honors Colloquium, Spring, 1993.

 

Invited speaker, Academic Network on European Telecommunications (ANET), Paris, May 14-16, 1993.

 

Invited speaker, UK Parliamentary Information Technology Committee (PITCOM), London, May 24, 1993.

 

Invited speaker, ‘Information Technology in Schools,’ Labour Party Conference on Education and New Technology, ‘Windows on the Future,’ London, October 18, 1994.

 

Invited lecture, ‘Opportunities for the UK and EU? Information Highways,’ Foundation for Science and Technology Lecture, The Royal Society, London, December 14, 1994.

 

Invited speaker, meeting of the Academic Network on European Telecommunications (ANET), Copenhagen, December 16-17, 1994.

 

Invited speaker, ‘The Information Superhighway: A Study of Technology Transfer,’ symposium on ‘Technology Transfer in Information Technology: A Scottish Perspective,’ organized by The Royal Society of Edinburgh, January 30, 1995.

 

Invited speaker, ‘On the Line: Regulating Access to the Information Society,’ the 1995 Westminster Conference of The Parliamentary Information Technology Committee on ‘The Politics of Multi-Media,’ RICS Westminster Centre, London, March 22, 1995.

 

Invited speaker, ‘Multimedia,’ Alcatel Conference on ‘MultiMedia Mania,’ Zurich, June 14-16, 1995.

 

Invited speaker, ‘Network Rules of Order,’ School of Communication, Michigan State University, October 25, 1995.

 

Invited speaker, ‘Regulating Speech in Public Electronic Forums,’ Center for Research on Information Technology and Organizations, UC Irvine, February 23, 1996.

 

Invited keynote speaker, ‘The Virtual Organization,’ Fujitsu Research Institute’s 1996 Forum, Tokyo, November 29, 1996.

 

Invited speaker, ‘The Virtual Organization,’ Japan-America Institute of Management Science Seminar, Honolulu, Hawaii, July 17, 1997.

 

Invited speaker, ‘Issues and Trends in Information and Communication Technology,’ FCA/FSA Comdex seminar, Los Angeles, November 21, 1997.

 

Invited speaker, ‘New Communication Technology: Economic and Social Implications,’ for the Florida Communications Policy Symposium 1998, Florida State University, Tallahassee, February 2, 1998.

 

Invited speaker, ‘Virtual Organization,’ the Japan-American Institute of Management Science seminar, UC Irvine, July 14, 1998.

 

Invited speaker, ‘Society on the Line,’ Orange County Mensa’s 1998 Regional Gathering, Costa Mesa, California, July 26, 1998.

 

Invited speaker, ‘Information Politics in the Digital Age Seminar,’ the American Chinese Culture and Economic Society, Monterey Park, Los Angeles, April 9, 1999.

 

Invited speaker, ‘The Medium is the Message, Even in the Classroom,’ panel on teaching technology in the classroom, Broadcast Education Association, Las Vegas, April 16-19, 1999.

 

Invited panelist, ‘Open Access,’ the Southern California and Nevada Chapter Meeting of the National Association of Telecommunication Officers and Advisors, Torrance, California, August 26, 1999.

 

Keynote presentation, ‘E-Democracy: Pure Technology?,’ conference on ‘Exploring Cyber Society,’ University of Northumbria, UK, July,1999.

 

Keynote presentation, ‘Electronic Elections,’ International Conference organized jointly by the French Senate and the Center for the Study of French Politics (CEVIPOF), Palais du Luxembourg, Paris, November 18, 1999.

 

Keynote presentation, ‘Digital Government and Politics,’ conference on ‘Digital Diamonds,’ organized by faculty of the Department of Informatics of the Copenhagen Business School, Copenhagen, November 26, 1999.

 

Keynote presentation, ‘Electronic Democracy: The Centrality of Access,’ conference on ‘Citizenship and the Information Society,’ sponsored by the President of the Portuguese Republic, Dr. Jorge Sampaio, Lisbon, December 10, 1999.

 

Invited Presentation, ‘Virtual Democracy: American Politics, Government, and Communities “On-line”,’ Virtuality in Europe Conference organized by the Academia Europaea, Heinz Nixdorf Museums Forum, Paderborn, Germany, March 23-26, 2000.

 

Respondent for presentation by Larry Weber, 10th Annual Kenneth Owler Smith Symposium, USC Annenberg School for Communication, Los Angeles, April 13, 2000.

 

Moderator and speaker, panel on ‘Social Considerations and Implications of Digital Government,’ Digital Government Workshop, National Science Foundation, Los Angeles, May 15-17, 2000.

 

Invited keynote presentation, ‘Tele-Access: Explorations in Society on the Line,’ conference on ‘Electronic Government, Centre for Law, Public Administration and Information,’ Tilburg University, The Netherlands, May 18, 2000.

 

Invited speaker, ‘Electronic Government,’ International Conference on Electronic Government, organized by the Centre for Law, Public Administration and Information, and the COSTA14 Working Group, Tilburg University, May 19, 2000.

 

Invited speaker, ‘e-Society,’ seminar organized by the Japan-American Institute for Management Sciences, UC Irvine, California, October 18, 2000.

 

Invited speaker, ‘Digital Academe’ for U.S.-China Education Symposium 2002, Davidson Executive Center, University of Southern California, May 28-29, 2002.

 

Invited keynote, ‘An Internet Research Bubble?’, Association of Internet Researchers, Internet Research 3.0 Conference, Maastricht, October 15, 2002.

 

Invited speaker, (2003), ‘The Social Impact of the Internet’, Theseus International Management Institute Conference, Sophia Antipolis, France, 4 April 2003.

 

Invited speaker, (2003), ‘Public Services in the Internet Age’. Presented at a Symposium on e-Transformation and Business Change, Four Seasons, Canary Wharf, London, 10-11 April.

 

Invited speaker, “The Internet and Society: Oxford’s New Research Initiative” Sixth Annual Oxford University Society Lecture, Assembly Room, Oxford Town Hall, 3 June 2003.

 

Invited Keynote, (2003), ‘Conceptual Frames for the Information Society’, COST A14, Governance and Democracy in the Information Age, EFTA Building, Brussels, 5-7 June 2003.

 

Invited speaker, ‘Society and the Internet: Issues for Research, Policy and Practice, Master’s in Communication Management Conference, London, 11 June 2003.

 

Invited speaker, ‘the Internet and Society: a Global Vision’, Presentation to former Rhodes Scholars at the Rhodes Centenary Celebrations, Oxford, 3 July 2003.

 

Invited Keynote (2003), “New Media in Higher Education and Learning”, Presentation to an International Conference on Computer Networks and Social Networks, University of Haifa, Israel, 27 August 2003.

 

Invited Speaker, ‘The Politics of Ethics on the Internet’, 4th Worshipful Company of Information Technologists House of Lords Colloquium, 21 October 2003.

 

Invited Presenter on the ‘Community Value of Broadband’ at the Broadband Stakeholder Group’s Broadband Britain Conference 2003, ‘Realizing the Value of Broadband, London, 29 October 2003.

 

Invited Speaker, ‘Broadband Internet’, presented to the STAR (Socio-economic Trends Assessment for the Digital Revolution) Conference 2003 on ‘Getting Europe Ready for the New Age of Networks”, Milan, Italy, 14 November 2003.

 

Invited Keynote, ‘Code is Law? The Need for Social Research’ presented to the Annual Conference of the Dutch National Programme for Information Technology and Law – Nationaal Programma Informatietechnologie en Recht – (IteR) at The Hague, The Netherlands, 27 November 2003.

 

Invited Speaker (2003), ‘Oxford Internet Institute and the European Internet Coregulation Network’. Presentation at the World Summit on the Information Society, Geneva, 11 December 2003.

 

Invited Speaker, Repositioning Information and Communication Technologies in Higher Education. Presented to ‘Thinking about Digital Libraries: Designing the Information Strategy for the Next Decade’, the 7th International Bielefeld Conference, Bielefeld, Germany, 3 February 2004.

 

Invited Speaker, ‘Themes and Issues of the 2003 World Summit on the Information Society: Problems, Opportunities and Prospects’. Presented at ‘Practical Reflections on the Information Society’, a discussion held by the Institute of Business Ethics, London, 19 February 2004.

 

Speaker on Next Generation Policies for the Next Generation Internet, Internet Global Congress, Barcelona, Spain, May 10-14, 2004.

 

Invited Speaker, “Assessing the Lessons from the Digital Age”. Presentation at the Wolfsberg Think Tank on “Rethinking the Digital Future: Impacts, Trends and Challenges”, Wolfsberg, Switzerland, 1-2 July 2004.

 

Invited Speaker, ‘Society and the Internet: a Challenge to the Myth of a Virtual Society”. Presentation delivered at Academy Hills, Mori Tower, Roppongi Hills, Tokyo, 12 July 2004.

 

Keynote, “Ubiquitous Access”, Presentation to the World Internet Project Meeting, Tokyo, 13 July 2004.

 

Invited Speaker, ‘A Global Perspective’, at the University of Highlands and Islands Policy Web Meeting on ‘Uses of Broadband and Relevant Technologies, UHI-Millennium Institute, Inverness, UK, 13-14 September 2004.

 

Keynote, ‘Iron Laws of Cyberspace? The Need for Multidisciplinary Perspectives’, Presentation to the Society for Computers & Law Conference on Contemporary Issues in Global IT Law, 8 July 2004.

Published as: Dutton, W. (2004), ‘Iron Laws of Cyberspace? The Need for Multidisciplinary Perspectives’, Computers & Law, 15(3), August/September, 2004: 17-21.

 

Invited Panelist, ‘Trust and Risk in the E-Environment’, The IEE Summit on Law and Computing, The IEE, Savoy Place, London, 2 November 2004.

 

Distinguished Speaker Series, ‘Social Dynamics of the Internet’, Computer Science, Queen Mary, University College London, 19 January 2005.

 

Invited Keynote Speaker, ‘Social Implications of the Internet’, International Conference on Technology, Knowledge & Society, Common Ground, University of California, Berkeley, USA, 18-20 February 2005.

 

Invited Speaker, ‘Interactive Agenda Setting’, ESRC Workshop, Cosener’s House, Abingdon, 24 February 2005.

 

Distinguished Lecture Series, ‘Social Dynamics of the Internet’, School of Information Sciences and Technology, Pennsylvania State University, 15 March 2005.

 

Chair, Research Panel on ‘Trust in e-business in a Rapidly Changing Economy’, 13th European Conference on Information Systems, Regensburg, Germany, 26-28 May 2005.

 

Invited Speaker, ‘The Social Dynamics of the Internet’, Master of Communication Management, University of Strathclyde, London Conference, 5 September 2005.

 

Invited Speaker, ‘Digital Divides and Choices in Patterns of Internet Use’, James Martin Institute Seminar Series, Saïd Business School, University of Oxford, 18 October 2005.

 

Invited Speaker, ‘The Social Dynamics of the Internet’, Nokia China Programme of the London Business School and Oxford Internet Institute, University of Oxford, 18 October 2005.

 

Invited Speaker, ‘Understanding the Digital Divide’, Westminster eForum Keynote Seminar: Industry, CSR and the Digital Divide, Lewis Media Centre, Millbank, London, 20 October 2005.

 

Moderator, ‘Ruling the Root: Do we need governmental oversight?’, ICANN Studenkreis Annual Conference: Internet Governance at the Crossroads, Hotel Metropole, Brussels, 21-22 October 2005.

 

Invited Speaker, ‘Social Dynamics of the Internet’, Provost Seminar Series, Bentley College, Waltham, Massachusetts, 7 April 2006.

 

Invited Speaker, ‘Trust in the Internet: 2003-2005’, 10th Meeting of the Working Party on Indicators for the Information Society, OECD, Paris 3-4 May 2006.

 

Invited Keynote, ‘New Directions in Research on eGovernance’, International Workshop on Government, Citizens, and Innovation, e-Governence Catalonia Forum 2006, Palau de la Generalitat, Barcelona, 8 June 2006.

 

Invited speaker, ‘Research Issues on Internet Governance’, Joint ICA-IAMCR Symposium on Internet Governance: New Political and Regulatory Frameworks for Global Network Communication, Kurort Rathen, Hotel Rathener, Germany, 15-18 June 2006.

 

Chair, Panel on ‘Social Shaping of Technology’ Speaker, Second International Conference on e-Social Science, Manchester, UK, 30 June 2006.

 

Speaker, ‘A Perspective on the Issues’, Digital Curation Centre and Digital Preservation Coalition Workshop on Policies for Long-term Curation and Preservation, Wolfson College, University of Oxford, Oxford, 3-4 July 2006.

 

Speaker, ‘The Internet in Britain: a Perspective from Europe’. Presentation to the World Internet Project International Meeting, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, Beijing, 12-14 July 2006.

 

Chair, ‘The Ethical, Legal and Institutional Issues of e-Research: the Oxford e-Social Science Project’, a session at the ESRC Research Methods Festival, St. Catherine’s College, Oxford, 18 July 2006.

 

Speaker, ‘Age Stratification of the Internet: Explanations for Patterns of Adoption and Use in Britain’. Presented to the Information Communication & Society 10th Anniversary Conference, University of York, 20 September 2006

 

Speaker, ‘The Social Dynamics of the Internet’, presentation to the Annenberg-Oxford Program, Socio-Legal Studies, St Anne’s College, Oxford, 26 June 2006.

 

Keynote, ‘e-Democracy: Reconfiguring Participation in Governance and Public Policy’, presentation to the opening session of the ‘E-Participation Forum 2007’, Shila Hotel, Seoul, Republic of Korea, 7-9 February 2007.

 

Speaker, ‘Network Democracy 2.0: A History of Innovation in Communication Technologies and Democratic Participation Presentation for the Social Networks Seminar Series, Program on Networked Governance, and the Dubai Initiative, Kennedy School of Government, 26 Feb 2007.

 

Invited Speaker, ‘Summary and Synthesis: Theory and Reality’, concluding synthesis of workshop on ‘Fostering Innovation in eGovernment’, Breaking Barriers to eGovernment Workshop, Open University of Catalonia, Barcelona, 9 March 2007.

 

Keynote, ‘Reaching a Digital Plateau? The Continuing Diffusion of the Internet in Britain’, The National Digital Inclusion Conference 2007, One Great George Street, London, 24 April 2007.

 

Invited Speaker, ‘Next Generation Web in a Nutshell’, Oxford University Regional Liaison Office, Said Business School, 26th April 2007.

 

Invited Speaker, ‘Open Methods: the Politics of Social e-Research Ethics’. Presentation for the Department of Social Policy and Social Work, Barnett House, Wellington Square, University of Oxford, 10 May 2007.

 

Keynote Speaker, ‘The Role of the Internet in Shaping the Future of our Trades’. Presentation for the Stationers’ Hall 450th Anniversary Conference, 2020 Vision, London, Stationers’ Hall, 24 May 2007.

 

Invited Presentation, ‘The Rise of Electronic Democracy and the Fifth Estate: Lessons Learned from Thirty Years of Research’, presented to ‘Electronic Democracy’, a European Science Foundation and Linköping University Conference, Vadstena Klosterhotell, Vadstena, Sweden, 21-25 November 2007.

 

Invited Speaker, Dinner Debate on UK Education and ICTs for Ja.net and Association for Learning Technology (ALT), Christ Church College, Oxford, 12 June 2007.

 

Invited Panelist, ‘Self- and Co-Regulation: A Question of Trust?’. A panel at the Oxford Media Convention, Saïd Business School, Oxford, 17 January 2008.

 

Invited Keynote, ‘e-Government and the Rise of the Fifth Estate’, presentation to the ‘E-Leaders Conference 2008’ on the Future of e-Government – Agenda 2020, Steigenberger Kuhaus Hotel, The Hague, Netherlands, 6-7 March 2008.

 

Invited Keynote, ‘The Next Steps to the Future of the Internet’, presentation to ‘The Future of the Internet: Perspectives Emerging From R&D in Europe’, organized by the Slovenian Presidency with support of the European Commission – DG Information Society and Media, Bled, Slovenia, 31 March 2008.

 

Invited Speaker, ‘Digital Citizen Rights’, at the Ethics and e-Inclusion Workshop, organized by the Slovenian Presidency of the EU, Bled, Slovenia, 12 May 2008.

 

Invited Speaker, ‘The Diffusion of e-Research: Participants, Spectators and the Disengaged’, a seminar for The Manchester Institute of Innovation Research (MIoIR), University of Manchester, Manchester, UK, 20 May 2008.

 

Invited Keynote, ‘Collaborative Network Organizations’, presented at a conference, entitled ‘Digital Culture: New Forms of Living and Organizing’, Informatics Research Institute, University of Salford, UK, 16-17 June 2008.

 

Invited Witness in Debate over the Issue: ‘Good Journalism is in Crisis.’ Workshop for the 25th Anniversary of the Thomson Reuters Foundation Fellowship Programme, St Anthony’s College, Oxford, 27 September 2008.

 

Invited Speaker, ‘The Wisdom of Collaborative Network Organizations’, presented for the Information Systems and Interactive Systems (ISIS) Seminar Series, Manchester Business School, University of Manchester, 28 October 2008.

 

Discussant, ‘e-Participation’, e-Participation Workshop, Advanced Studies and Research in Information and Communication Technologies & Society (ICT&S), University of Salzburg, Austria, 2-3 July 2009.

 

Instructor, Summer Research Institute for the Science of Socio-Technical Systems, at Syracuse University’s Minnowbrook Conference Center, 11-15 June 2009.

 

Keynote, ‘A Tipping Point for the Internet and Policy: New Challenges Facing the World Wide Network of Networks’, World Internet Project Meeting, University of Macau, 8-10 July 2009.

 

Invited Keynote, ‘Experience 2.0: Trust in the Internet’, Cyberworlds International Conference, University of Bradford, Bradford, UK, 11 September 2009.

 

Invited Keynote, ‘The Rise of the Internet and the Fifth Estate’, for the Internet Research Conference, organized by the World Internet Institute, City Conference Centre, Stockholm, Sweden, 4 November 2009.

 

Invited Keynote, ‘Thinking Strategically: Networked Individuals, Organizations and the Quality of Information’, for the Charity IT Conference, Queen Elizabeth Conference Centre, Westminster, London, 11 November 2009.

 

Speaker, ‘Beyond aTipping Point for the Internet and Policy’, presentation for ‘Europeans Online: Empirical Perspectives on the Future of the Internet’, at Google EU, Brussels, Belgium, 3 March 2010.

 

Panelist, ‘Freedom of Expression on the Internet’ at International Symposium on Freedom of Expression, UNESCO, with Swedish National Commission, Paris, 26 January 2011.

 

Keynote, ‘Freedom of Connection – Freedom of Connection’, at the Launch of the W3C UK & Ireland Office, Keble College, Oxford, 18 April 2011.

 

Keynote, ‘The Fifth Estate of the Internet Realm’, Presentation for ‘Networking Democracy: New Media Innovations in Participatory Politics’, Universitatea, Babeş-Bolyai, Cluj-Napoca, Romania, 25 June 2010.

 

Keynote, ‘Internet Studies: Lessons from the World Internet Project’, presentation for the 3rd International ICTs-and-Society Network Meeting, Internet Interdisciplinary Institute, Barcelona, Spain, 1 July 2010.

 

Speaker, ‘Freedom of Expression – Freedom of Connection’, Meeting of the World Internet Policy Project (WIP2), Lisbon, Portugal, 6 July 2010.

 

Speaker, Forum on the Information Society – Internet Governance, ISCTE-IUL – Instituto Universitário de Lisboa, Lisboa, Portugal, 8 July 2010.

 

Invited Talk on the Fifth Estate for the Manchester Literary and Philosophical Society, University of Manchester, 10 May 2011.

 

Presentation for book launch of ‘Freedom of Connection – Freedom of Expression’ at UNESCO Headquarters, Fontenoy Building, Paris, 30 May 2011.

 

Panelist, ‘Technology, Learning and Behaviour’, The Sunday Times Wellington College Festival of Education, 25 June 2011.

 

Keynote, ‘Ecology of Freedom’ for The Future Internet: The Social Nature of Technical Choices, a Seminar and Workshop for SESERV and KNetworks, 28 June 2011.

 

Keynote, ‘The Future of the Internet and the Fifth Estate’, Alpbach Technology Fórum, European Fórum Alpbach, Alpbach, Áustria, 25-27 August 2011.

 

Invited speaker, ‘What is public in the digital age?’, Presentation for the 2011 Oxford Alumni Weekend, Lecture Room XXIII, Balliol College, Friday 16 September 2011.

 

Invited Keynote, ‘Who Controls Cyberspace? Information Politics in the Digital Age’, for a seminar on ‘Cyberspace: The Power of Information Technology in the Modern World’, organized by Friends of Le Monde Diplomatique, The Gallery, Cowcross St, London, 8 October 2011.

 

Invited Speaker, ‘The Next Generation Internet User’, Conference on WIP Poland, Warsaw, Poland, 22 October 2011.

 

Invited Speaker, ‘The Next Generation Internet User’, ictQatar, Doha, Qatar, 28 November 2011.

 

Invited speaker, ‘Informing (In)Stability: The Security Implications of a Shifting News and Media Environment’, A Conference of the Canadian Security Intelligence Service, in partnership with Policy Horizons Canada, Ottawa, Canada, 21-22 February 2012.

 

Invited Panelist, ‘Social Movements and the Fifth Estate’, for Media and Democracy, a Holberg Prize Symposium, University of Bergen, 5 June 2012.

 

Invited Panelist, ‘The Oxford e-Social Science Project’, Digital Social Research Programme Panel at the 5th ESRC Research Methods Festival, Oxford, 2-5 July 2012.

 

Invited Panelist, “Freedom, Rights and Ethics’ and ‘Contested Governance’ Panels, in Towards Knowledge Societies, WSIS+10 Meeting, UNESCO, 25-27 February 2013.

 

Invited Keynote, ‘The Future of the Internet and the Fifth Estate: The Internet’s Gift to Democracy’, General Online Conference, Mannheim, Germany, 6 March 2013.

 

Invited Keynote, ‘Academic-Industry Collaboration on Digital Research’, for conference on Bridging the Digital Research Divide, organized by Oxford Brookes University at St John’s College, Oxford, 21 March 2013.

 

Invited speaker, ‘The Fifth Estate’, for Oxford University Society, Cumbria, 23 March 2013.

 

Invited speaker, ‘The Fifth Estate”, for the 750th Anniversary, Balliol College Master’s Seminar Series on Major Global Issues, San Francisco, CA, USA, 28 June 2013.

 

Invited speaker, ‘The Fifth Estate’, for Citizenship and Social Inclusion: a Multidisciplinary Dialogue’, Kingston University, UK, 5 September 2013.

 

Speaker, ‘Cultures of the Internet’, the launch of the 2013 OxIS Report on the Internet in Britain, held at Ofcom, 1 October 2013.

 

Invited speaker, ‘China and the New Internet World’ at the IIC Annual Conference, Grange St Paul’s Hotel, London, 10 October 2013.

 

Invited speaker & panelist for ‘Ethics and Responsibility in an Interconnected World’, Tenth Anglo-Israel Colloquium, Mishkenot Sha’ananim, Jerusalem, 14-16 Nov 2013.

 

Invited Keynote, ‘Cultures of the Internet’, Annual Conference of Socitm, Wembley, London, 10 December 2012.

 

CONFERENCES/WORKSHOPS/MEETINGS ORGANIZED

 

Chaired and organized, ‘US-Japan Forum on Information Technology and Communication Policy,’ Beckman Center of the National Academies of Sciences and Engineering, Irvine, California, July 31, 1992.

 

Chaired and organized, workshop for the Office of Technology Assessment on ‘Electronic Service Delivery and the Inner City,’ Annenberg School for Communication, USC, Los Angeles, September 15, 1992.

 

Organized, PICT policy research forum, ‘Electronic Service Delivery in the Public Sector,’ London, March 4, 1994.

 

Organized, PICT policy research forum, ‘The Information Superhighway: Britain’s Response,’ London, June 16, 1994.

 

Organized, PICT policy research forum, ‘Learning from ICT Disasters,’ Policy Studies Centre, London, October 20, 1994.

 

Chaired and organized, International Conference, ‘The Social and Economic Implications of Information and Communication Technologies,’ London, May 10-12, 1995.

 

Chaired and organized, ‘A European Information Society,’ The 1995 Charles Read Lecture Dr. Martin Bangemann, Sir Iain Vallance, and Peter Bonfield, London, June 20, 1995.

 

Chaired and organized, ‘Connecting the Times and the Tribune,’ Research Forum, Annenberg School for Communication, USC, June 29, 2000.

 

Organized with Sharon Eisner Gillet and Lee McKnight, ‘Broadband Divides,’ International Forum, University of Oxford, March 27-28, 2003

 

Organized with Brian Loader, ‘Information, Communication, Society,’ Research Symposium for the international journal Information, Communication & Society (iCS), Balliol College and the Oxford Internet Institute, University of Oxford, September 17-20, 2003

 

Organized with Victoria Nash, ‘Innovative Pathways to a More Effective Next Level of (e-) Learning,’ International Forum, OII, University of Oxford, January 22-23, 2004.

 

Organized a wide range of lectures, seminars, forums and other special events as Director of the Oxford Internet Institute from 2002- See: www.oii.ox.ac.uk/collaboration/

 

Organized a Research Ethics Session at the 2008 ESRC Methods Festival, entitled ‘e-Research Ethics in the Social Sciences’, 2 July, 9.15 – 12.45, St. Catherines’ College, Oxford.

 

Co-organizer of e-Research 08 Conference, at the OII and OeRC, University of Oxford, 11-13 September 2008. http://www.oii.ox.ac.uk/microsites/eresearch08/

 

Organized e-Research Ethics Session for Ethics Committees at the University of Southampton, UK, 19 November 2008.

 

Organized ‘A Decade in Internet Time’, a research symposium of the Oxford Internet Institute in Collaboration with Information Communication and Society (iCS), September 2011.

 

Organized ‘China and the New Internet World’, an ICA Preconference held at the Oxford Internet Institute, Oxford, 13-14 June 2013 in collaboration with multiple universities.

 

Organized ‘The Internet in Rural Britain: Speeding Up a Digital Economy’, an OII-dot-rural Workshop, held at Ofcom, London, 1 October 2013.

 

Co-organizing, ‘Innovations in Higher Education’, an ICA Preconference to be held at the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, Seattle, WA, 22 May 2014.

 

RECENT UNIVERSITY AND OTHER ACADEMIC SEMINARS AND LECTURES

 

Brunel University, Department of Social Policy and Social Work (Oxford), James Martin Institute (Oxford), Lisbon University Institute, London Metropolitan University, London School of Economics and Political Science, Magdalen College School Oxford, National University of Ireland – Maynooth, Oxford Martin Institute, Pennsylvania State University, Reuter’s Programme Nuffield College Seminars, University of California at Irvine, University of East London, Westminster University, Essex University, Oxford University, University of Michigan, Denmark Technological University (DTU).

 

CONSULTING

 

Auerbach Publishers • Bellcore • Columbia University • COMEX, School of Public Administration, USC • Economic and Social Research Council, UK • Fujitsu Research Institute for Advanced Information Systems and Economics • Graduate School of Business, Harvard University • Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. • ictQATAR • International City Management Association • Japan-America Institute of Management Science (JAIMS) • Library of Congress • Massachusetts Institute of Technology • McKinsey and Company • National Computer Board, Republic of Singapore • Office of Technology Assessment (former), Congress of the United States • Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) • Pacific Bell • Public Policy Research Organization, UC Irvine • United Nations Education, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) • United States Department of Education • US Office of Personnel Management (Financial Management Division) • Washington Program, Annenberg School for Communication • Washington University, National Library of Medicine

 

SERVICE

 

Member of the Scientific Advisory Committee of the Alexander von Humboldt Institute für Internet und Gesellshaft (HIIG), Berlin, 2010 –

 

Member, Advisory Board, Australian Research Council’s Centre for Excellence in Creative Industries and Innovation (CCI), Queensland University of Technology. 2006-14

 

Member of Scientific Commission, chaired by Professor Manuel Castells, Open University of Catalonia, 2006 – 2011; 2013-20

 

External Assessor of Research to the 2006 Review of Research Quality for the Australian National University’s Research School of Social Sciences, 2006-7

 

University of Oxford

 

Vice-Chair, University’s Information and Communication Technology Committee, 2004-2007 (Acting VC in 2004) • Balliol Member of Board of Electors to the Bodley’s Librarianship and Directorship of University Library Services • Selection Committee for Social Science Representative on University’s Information and Communication Technology Committee, 2002- • Member of ICT Forum, Social Sciences Division, 2003-05 • Member of the Research Committee, Division of Social Sciences, 2002-04 • Observer to OU ICT Strategy Committee, 2005-06 • Member, Management Committee of Oxford e-Research Centre (OeRC), 2007- • Member, Public Affairs Advisory Group, 2011-

 

 

Oxford Internet Institute

 

Founding Director, 2002-2011 • Member of Selection Committees for OII’s Professor of Society and the Internet and Professor of Internet Governance and Regulation • Member of Graduate Studies Committee • Member of Research Committee

 

Annenberg School

 

Associate Director of Annenberg School of Communication, 1998-00 • Director of Communication Management Program, 1992-93, 1998-00 • Chair: Faculty Advisory Council, 1997-98 • Faculty Search Committee, 1980-86, 1988-89, 89-90, 90-91 •

Merit Review Committee, 1997 • Personnel Committee, 1991-92 • Strategic Planning Committee, 1991-92 • Comprehensive Examination Committee, 1988-89, 93 • Learning Resources (Facilities) Committee, 1981-84 • Third Year Review Committee, 1997-98, 2000-01 • Member: Faculty Selection Committee, 1979-80 • Faculty Promotions and Tenure Committee, 1982-88, 89-90 • Academic Program Committee, 1989-90 • Comprehensive Examination Committee, 1986, 1995-96, 1998-2000 • Curriculum Committee, 1981-83; 87-88 • Doctoral Advisory Committee, 1989-91, 2000-2001 • Faculty Advisory Committee, 1989, 1989-90 • Facilities and Equipment Committee, 1985-88 • Merit Review Committee, 1982-86; 1991, 1999, 2000 • Ph.D. Admissions Committee, 1988-89 • Steering Committee, Joint Conference on

Telecommunications and Continuing Education of Health Professionals, 1980 • Washington Program Planning and Search Committee, 1982-85

 

University of Southern California

 

President of the Faculty, Academic Senate, 2000-01 • Elected Academic Vice President, USC Academic Senate, 1999-20000 (President-Elect of the Faculty) • Advanced Technology Advisory Committee (ATAC), 1997-98 • Annenberg Dean Search Committee, 1980-81 • Committee on Information Services, 1999-2000 • Continuing Studies Committee, 1985-89 • Distance Education Committee, 1998-99 • Distance Education and Distributed Learning Committee, 2000-01 • Distance Education and Distributed Learning Task Force (Senate), 1999-2000 • Executive Committee and Vice-Chair of GPSC, 1990-91 • Faculty Senate, 1980-82; 1991-92, 1999-2001 • International Affairs Committee, 1996-97 • President’s Advisory Council, 1980-82 • Senate Task Force on Distance Education and Distributed Learning, 1999-2000 • Undergraduate General Education Committee, 1992-93 • University Budget Advisory Committee, 1990-91 • University Committee on Appointments, Promotions and Tenure, Social Science and Professional Schools Panel, 1983-88 (Chaired panel 1987-88) • University Graduate and Professional Studies Committee (GPSC), 1989-91

 

UK Economic and Social Research Council and PICT

 

Review of ESRC research proposals and advisor on new programmes, including serving on committee advising the Council on the development of a new research programme on ‘Media Culture, Media Economics,’ chaired by Anthony Smith, 1994-95; designing a new research programme on information and communication technologies, 1994-95; reviewing thematic priorities, 1996-97; developing a proposal for the multi-year e-Society programme, 2001; Advisor to a Review of the ESRC Research Ethics Framework, 2009; Advisor to ESRC on research on the Internet of Things, 2012-13; review committee for Research in the Wild on the Internet of Things, 2014.

 

Member of Advisory panels of PICT Centres at Sussex University (SPRU), University of Manchester Institute of Science and Technology (CROMTEC) and Brunel University (CRICT).

 

Hosted on behalf of PICT a Joint Regional Workshop of the Technology Foresight Panels on IT & Electronics and Communications at Brunel University.

 

 

Professional, Public and Community

 

Advisory Committee, Government Information Technology Panel of the Office of Technology Assessment, US Congress, 1985-86 • Advisory Committee, Federal Telecommunications for the 21st Century: Transforming the Delivery of Government Services, Office of Technology Assessment, US Congress, 1991-93 • Advisor and Member of Founding Board of Directors, ReferencePoint, an Information Service for the Non-Profit and Voluntary Sector, 1988-97 • Advisory Board, International Telecommunications Research Institute, University of Houston, 1984-86 • Advisory Panel, Volunteer Computer Project, National Center for Citizen Involvement, 1982-86 • Board of Directors, Toda Institute for Global Peace and Policy Research, 1996-2000 • Elected Member of Founding Board of Directors, International Teleconferencing Association, 1983-84 • External Review Committee on Academic Computing, University of California at Irvine, 1986 • Liaison Committee, International Communications Association, 1990-94 • Assessor for ACSPRI Centre for Social Research for Australian National University, 2006 • Advisory Group for Data Handling Review Team, Chief Scientific Officer to HM Government and Head of the Government Office of Science, 2008; • Member of the World Economic Forum’s Global Agenda Council on the Future of Mobile Communications, 2008 –2010 • Member of Advisory Board, EU Think Tank for Converging Technical and Non-Technical Consumer Needs in ICT Trust, Security and Dependability • Chair, Advisory Committee for England, Ofcom, 2009-11; 11-14 • Member, International Academic Committee (IAC) for Shanghai Jiao Tong University, 2010 – • JISC Advisory Council for Sustainability of Digital Resources, 2010 – • Member, Innovation Committee, Advisory Committee for NHS Direct, 2010 – • Member, Academic Advisory Board of the Internet and Society Research Institute (Berlin), 2011 – • Member of Panel of Advisors to the Scholarship Scholarship Commission, 2012 – • Member of Social Science Panel for the Hong Kong Research Assessment Exercise (RAE) 2014; Member of Scientific Commission of the Open University of Catalonia for Research and Doctoral Programs (SCRD-UOC) 2013-20.

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