A Cross-National Study of Computer News Sites: Global News, Local Sites

@article{Poor2007ACS,
  title={A Cross-National Study of Computer News Sites: Global News, Local Sites},
  author={Nathaniel D. Poor},
  journal={The Information Society},
  year={2007},
  volume={23},
  pages={73 - 83}
}
The Internet is not only an object of and a tool for study; it is also both simultaneously global and local. In order to address how global and how local it is, this study compares the news content of 1 week from four different computer news web sites in four different countries (using four different languages). These sites use the same code base and all strive to be the same in terms of computer culture. They are global in their reach and in the news they cover, yet they are all local in terms… Expand
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