New Media & Society 1 February 2011; Vol. 13, No. 1


Ten years and onwards
Nicholas Jankowski, Steve Jones, and David Park
New Media Society 2011;13 3-6

The norm of the 'good' netizen and the construction of the 'proper' wired self: The case of Chinese urban youth
Fengshu Liu
New Media Society 2011;13 7-22

News in the interstices: The niches of mobile media in space and time
John Dimmick, John Christian Feaster, and Gregory J. Hoplamazian
New Media Society 2011;13 23-39

Communicating thin: A grounded model of Online Negative Enabling Support
Groups in the pro-anorexia movement
Stephen M. Haas, Meghan E. Irr, Nancy A. Jennings, and Lisa M. Wagner
New Media Society 2011;13 40-57

To come to a correct understanding of Buddhism: A case study on
spiritualizing technology, religious authority, and the boundaries of
orthodoxy and identity in a Buddhist Web forum
Laura Busch
New Media Society 2011;13 58-74

Augmented deliberation: Merging physical and virtual interaction to engage
communities in urban planning
Eric Gordon and Edith Manosevitch

New Media Society 2011;13 75-95

Contingent communication in a hybrid multi-media world: Analysing the
campaigning strategies of SHAC
Andrew Upton
New Media Society 2011;13 96-113

I tweet honestly, I tweet passionately: Twitter users, context collapse,
and the imagined audience
Alice E. Marwick and Danah Boyd

New Media Society 2011;13 114-133

Tools of the trade: Drugs, law and mobile phones in Canada
Rhonda N. McEwen
New Media Society 2011;13 134-150

ICT as cultural capital: The relationship between socioeconomic status and
the computer-use profile of young people
Jo Tondeur, Ilse Sinnaeve, Mieke van Houtte, and Johan van Braak
New Media Society 2011;13 151-168

Review article: Post network, post broadcast: Television's third age:
Graeme Turner and Jinna Tay (eds) Television Studies After TV:
Understanding Television in the Post-broadcast Era
, Abingdon; Oxon:
Routledge, 2009; x + 214 pp. 9780415477697, {pound}65 (hbk), 9780415477703,
{pound}19.99 (pbk) Amanda Lotz (ed.), Beyond Prime Time: Television
Programming in the Post-network Era
, New York: Routledge, 2009; xiii + 209
pp. 9780415996686, {pound}80 (hbk), 9780415996693, {pound}20.99 (pbk)
Mary Debrett
New Media Society 2011;13 169-175

Book review: Hubert L. Dreyfus, On the Internet (2nd edn). New York:
Routledge, 2009 (2001); xi + 168 pp.: ISBN 0415775167, $21.95 (pbk)
Brady Robards
New Media Society 2011;13 176-178

Book review: Jesper Juul, A Casual Revolution: Reinventing Video Games and Their Players. Cambridge, MA: The MIT Press, 2010. viii + 252 pp.: ISBN
9780262013376, $24.95 (hbk)
Heath Row
New Media Society 2011;13 178-180

Book review: Sharon Kleinman (ed.), The Culture of Efficiency: Technology
in Everyday Life.
New York: Peter Lang, 2009. 416 pp.: ISBN: 1433104202,
$34.95 (pbk)
Rachel Avon Whidden
New Media Society 2011;13 180-181