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[I have included Africa-related articles (chiefly in the 'PRACTICE section)' ahead of THEORY--ed.] "Mots Pluriels" special issue "The Net: New Apprentices and Old Masters" is just published @ http://www.arts.uwa.edu.au/MotsPluriels/ THE NET: NEW APPRENTICES AND OLD MASTERS INTERNET: NOUVEAUX HORIZONS, VIEILLES HEGEMONIES Guest editor / Mark Pegrum ------------------------------------------------------ EDITORIAL A coming of age? / by Mark Pegrum ARTICLES Practices of the Net=Le Net en pratique =============================== 'Straylight, Mala Mala, Pink Frikkie, Blekgelexy and Rumba Kali @ Africa' by Martin Hall 'New scenarios on Africa, African studies, and the Internet' by Peter Limb 'Tipping the scales? The influence of the Internet on state-society relations in Africa' by Dana Ott and Lane Smith 'Internet, le temps et la tradition orale' de Tanella Boni ''This is what they now call reality': Otherness and the rhetoric of the hyperreal' by Obododimma Oha 'David and Goliath in cyberspace: creative uses of the Net in Mexico' by Gabriela Coronado and Bob Hodge 'The world wide web and rhizomatic identity: Traite du tout-monde by Edouard Glissant' by Kathleen Gyssels 'New media and the end of nationalism: China and the US in a war of words' by Alan R. Kluver 'What it means to be French in a global economy: French managers on Net' by Mette Zolner Theories of the Net=Approches theoriques =============================== 'Democracy and the Internet' by Cass Sunstein 'Freedom from speech' by Andrew Shapiro 'Debating government control of the internet' by Harold Thimbleby 'Citizens, digital media and globalization' by Mark Poster 'Networking dissent: the Internet and the anti-globalisation movement' by Guy Redden 'How imagined are virtual communities?' by Tara Brabazon 'Community with(out) Others' by Michele Willson 'His Napster's voice' by David G. Post 'Paradise gained, paradise re-lost: how the Internet is being changed from a means of liberation to a tool of authoritarianism' by Roger Clarke 'L'Internet entre ecriture, parole et monnaie ou l'etrange cadeau des Anciens' de Clarisse Herrenschmidt INTERVIEWS 'The state of the Net: reflections on New York dogs and Trojan horses. A conversation with John Frow' by Mark Pegrum 'Le cybercafe, lieu de rencontre privilegie: un entretien avec Ali Boumaiza, internaute algerien' propose par Jean-Marie Volet WEB LINKS EMAIL LISTS CONFERENCES