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"Swart, Wernard" <[log in to unmask]>
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Please see below for the top 10 most downloaded articles for New Media & Society in 2003.

To access the abstracts of each article, please click on the links below.

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New Media & Society

The <>  kinder, gentler gaze of Big Brother: Reality TV in the era of digital capitalism

Mark Andrejevic

Communication <>  research about the internet: a thematic meta-analysis

Sung Tae Kim and David Weaver

The <>  virtual sphere: the internet as a public sphere

Zizi Papacharissi

Interactivity: <>  a concept explication

Spiro Kiousis

Network <>  ethnography and the hypermedia organization: new media, new organizations, new methods

Philip N. Howard

A <>  four-part model of cyber-interactivity: Some cyber-places are more interactive than others

Sally J. McMillan

Theorizing <>  cyberspace: the idea of voice applied to the internet discourse

Ananda Mitra and Eric Watts

Music <>  in electronic markets: An empirical study

Martin Kretschmer, George Michael Klimis and Roger Wallis

Constructing <>  the meaning of digital television in Britain, the United States and Australia

Ian Weber and Vanessa Evans

Children's <>  Use of the Internet: Reflections on the Emerging Research Agenda

Sonia Livingstone

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