Corpus ID: 17777456

"Race In/For Cyberspace: Identity Tourism and Racial Passing on the Internet" by

@inproceedings{Nakamura2005RaceIC,
  title={"Race In/For Cyberspace: Identity Tourism and Racial Passing on the Internet" by},
  author={Lisa Nakamura},
  year={2005}
}
A cute cartoon dog sits in front of a computer, gazing at the monitor and typing away busily. The cartoon's caption jubilantly proclaims, "On the Internet, nobody knows you're a dog!" This image resonates with particular intensity for those members of a rapidly expanding subculture which congregates within the consensual hallucination defined as cyberspace. Users define their presence within this textual and graphical space through a variety of different activities‹commercial interaction… Expand
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