Title

Cultural, Political and Technical Factors Influencing Early Web Uptake in North America and East Asia

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132050

Publication Details

McLelland, M. (2018). Cultural, Political and Technical Factors Influencing Early Web Uptake in North America and East Asia. In N. Brugger & I. Milligan (Eds.), Sage Handbook of Web History (pp. 537-550). Thousand Oaks: Sage Reference. https://au.sagepub.com/en-gb/oce/the-sage-handbook-of-web-history/book252251

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Abstract

Today internet histories is a developing field with more attention being paid to regional histories (Goggin and McLelland, 2017) as well as pre-internet developments in computer mediated communication (CMC). As Carey and Elton (2010) argue, there is a growing acknowledgement of the many alternate developments in online services that prefigured and prepared the ground for the internet applications that became ubiquitous with the roll-out of the World Wide Web in the mid-to-late 1990s.

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