List of Accepted Papers

Reducing the negative effects of power distance during asynchronous pre-meeting without using anonymity in Indonesian culture
    Sjarif Abdat, Graham P. Pervan, Curtin University of Technology, Australia

Ethnography and hermeneutics in cybercultural research: Accessing virtual communities
    Jose L. Abdelnour Nocera, Universidad Simón Bolivar, Venezuela

A consideration of culture in national IT and e-commerce plans
    Steve Benson, Craig Standing, Edith Cowan University, Australia

The French's perceptions and uses of virtual museums: Mediating knowledge through the Internet
    Roxane Bernier, University of Montreal, Canada and Universite Jean Monnet, France

Disenfranchisement from the global technoculture: Broadening the conceptual discourse on accessibility
    Dineh Davis, University of Hawaii at Manoa, USA

Patterns of linguistic discrimination in Internet discussion forums
    Luis Fernandez, University of the Basque Country, Spain

Mindscapes and Internet mediated communication
    John G. Gammack, Murdoch University, Australia

Communities of broadcasting and communities of interactivity
    Lelia Green, Edith Cowan University, Australia

How cultural differences affect the use of information and communication technology in Dutch-American mergers
    Frits Grotenhuis, University of Groningen, Netherlands

Dissemination on a global scale? Possibilities and problems in access to Internet-based academic journals
    Sara Gwynn, Peter Thomas, University of the West of England, United Kingdom

Technological Transformations of the Public Sphere: The Role of CMC
    David Holmes, University of New South Wales, Australia

Cyberpower: The culture and politics of cyberspace
    Tim Jordan, The Open University, United Kingdom

Rural secondary school teachers' attitudes towards information technology: A study in the Kelabit highlands of Bario, Borneo
    Elaine Guat Lien Khoo, Tingang Trang, Pong Won Sia, Peter Songan, Roger Harris, Poline Bala, Universiti Malaysia Sarawak, Malaysia

Challenges and opportunities in introducing information and communication technologies to the Kelabit community of North Central Borneo
    Roger Harris, Poline Bala, Peter Songan, Elaine Khoo Guat Lien, Universiti Malaysia Sarawak, Malaysia

Cross-cultural understanding of women's perceptions of the Internet: China and the United Kingdom
    Nai Li, Gill Kirkup, Barbara Hodgson, The Open University, United Kingdom

A theoretical argumentation and evaluation of South African learners' orientation towards and perspectives on the empowering use of information - a calculated prediction of computerised learning for the marginalised
    Louisa Postma, Rand Afrikaan University, South Africa

The Impact of Cultural Values on Computer Mediated Group Work
    Nasrin Rahmati, Monash University, Australia

Explaining community informatics success prospects: The autonomy/harmony model
    Celia Romm, Wal Taylor, Central Queensland University, Australia

The reformation of knowledge through the Internet
    Laszlo Ropolyi, Eotvos University, Hungary

Barangays of IT: Filipinizing mediated communication and digital power
    Peter Sy, University of the Philippines, Philippines

Thai culture and communication of decision making processes in requirements engineering
    Theerasak Thanasankit, Brian Corbitt, University of Melbourne, Australia

Symbiotic interface contingency: The reciprocal emergence of use and abuse
    Steffen Walz, University of Texas at Austin and University of Tuebingen, Germany

Addressing the moral poverty of computing higher education, including the Web
    Mark Williams, Edith Cowan University, Australia

Information systems and organisational culture in a developing country: A critical theory perspective
    Mark C. Williams, R. S. Gunatunge, Edith Cowan University, Australia

Nerdy no more: A case study of early Wired (1993-96)
    Ann Willis, Edith Cowan University, Australia

Internet: Clusters of attractiveness
    Alexander E. Voiskounsky, Moscow University, Russia