Race and racism in Internet Studies: A review and critique

@article{Daniels2013RaceAR,
  title={Race and racism in Internet Studies: A review and critique},
  author={Jessie Daniels},
  journal={New Media & Society},
  year={2013},
  volume={15},
  pages={695-719}
}
Race and racism persist online in ways that are both new and unique to the Internet, alongside vestiges of centuries-old forms that reverberate significantly both offline and on. As we mark 15 years into the field of Internet studies, it becomes necessary to assess what the extant research tells us about race and racism. This paper provides an analysis of the literature on race and racism in Internet studies in the broad areas of (1) race and the structure of the Internet, (2) race and racism… CONTINUE READING
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