SAGE Handbook of Web History

SAGE Handbook of Web History


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Foreword: The Web as Counterpart - Steve Jones Introduction - Niels Brugger & Ian Milligan Part 01: The Web and Historiography Chapter 1: Historiography and the Web - Ian Milligan Chapter 2: Understanding the Archived Web as a Historical Source - Niels Brugger Chapter 3: Existing Web Archives - Peter Webster Chapter 4: Periodizing web archiving: Biographical, event-based, national and autobiographical traditions - Richard Rogers Part 02: Theoretical and Methodological Reflections Chapter 5: Web History in Context - Valerie Schafer & Benjamin G. Thierry Chapter 6: Science and Technology Studies Approaches to Web History - Francesca Musiani & Valerie Schafer Chapter 7: Theorizing the Uses of the Web - Ralph Schroeder Chapter 8: Ethical considerations for web archives and web history research - Stine Lomborg Chapter 9: Collecting Primary Sources from Web Archives: A Tale of Scarcity and Abundance - Federico Nanni Chapter 10: Network Analysis for Web History - Michael Stevenson & Anat Ben-David Chapter 11: Quantitative Web History methods - Anthony Cocciolo Chapter 12: Computational Methods for Web History - Anat Ben-David & Adam Amram Chapter 13: Visualizing Historical Web Data - Justin Joque Part 03: Technical and Structural Dimensions of Web History Chapter 14: Adding the Dimension of Time to HTTP - Michael L. Nelson & Herbert Van de Sompel Chapter 15: Hypertext Before the Web - or, What the Web Could Have Been - Belinda Barnet Chapter 16: A historiography of the hyperlink: Periodizing the web through the changing role of the hyperlink - Anne Helmond Chapter 17: How Search Shaped and Was Shaped by the Web - Alexander Halavais Chapter 18: Making the Web Meaningful: A History of Web Semantics - Lindsay Poirier Chapter 19: Browsers and Browser Wars - Marc Weber Chapter 20: Emergence of the Mobile Web - Gerard Goggin Part 04: Platforms on the Web Chapter 21: Wikipedia - Andy Famiglietti Chapter 22: A Critical Political Economy of Web Advertising History - Matthew Crain Chapter 23: Exploring Web Archives in the Age of Abundance: A Social History Case Study of GeoCities - Ian Milligan Chapter 24: Blogs - Ignacio Siles Chapter 25: The History of Online Social Media - Christina Ortner, Philip Sinner & Tanja Jadin Part 05: Web History and Users, some Case Studies Chapter 26: Cultural Historiography of the 'Homepage' - Madhavi Mallapragada Chapter 27: Consumers, News and a History of Change - Allie Kosterich & Matthew Weber Chapter 28: Historical studies of national web domains - Niels Brugger & Ditte Laursen Chapter 29: The Origins of Electronic Literature as Net/Web Art - James O'Sullivan & Dene Grigar Chapter 30: Exploring the memory of the First World War using web archives: web graphs seen from different angles - Valerie Beaudouin, Zeynep Pehlivan & Peter Stirling Chapter 31: A History with Web Archives, Not a History of Web Archives: A History of the British Measles-Mumps-Rubella Vaccine Crisis, 1998-2004 - Gareth Millward Chapter 32: Religion and Web history - Peter Webster Chapter 33: Hearing the Past: The Sonic Web from MIDI to Music Streaming - Jeremy Wade Morris Chapter 34: Memes - Jim McGrath Chapter 35: Years of the Internet: Vernacular creativity before, on and after the Chinese Web - Gabriele de Seta Chapter 36: Cultural, political and technical factors influencing early Web uptake in North America and East Asia - Mark McLelland Chapter 37: Online pornography - Susanna Paasonen Chapter 38: Spam - Finn Brunton Chapter 39: Trolls and Trolling History: From Subculture to Mainstream Practices - Michael Nycyk Part 06: The Roads Ahead Chapter 40: Web archives and (digital) history: a troubled past and a promising future? - Jane Winters
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Web History;Methodology;Platforms;Web Historiography;Web users;Web archives