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Sabrina Mommolin
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bibliographie, TIC

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bibliography, ICT
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* Membres du Comité de lecture de NETCOM – Members of NETCOM Scientific committee

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Gouvernance – Governance

AL AJEELI A., AL-BASTAKI Y. A. L. (2011), Handbook of research on e-services in the public sector: e-government strategies and advancements. Hershey, PA : Information Science Reference, 523 p.

CHEN Y.-C., CHU P.-Y. (2011), Electronic governance and cross-boundary collaboration : innovations and advancing tools. Hershey, PA : IGI Global, 421 p.

CROPF R. A., KRUMMENACHER W. S. (2011), Information Communication Technologies and the virtual public sphere: impacts of network structures on civil society. Hershey, PA : IGI Global, 286 p.

PIAGGESI D., SUND K., CASTELNOVO W. (2011), Global strategy and practice of E-Governance: examples from around the world. Hershey, PA : IGI Global, 538 p.

RAHMAN H. (2011), Cases on adoption, diffusion and evaluation of global E-Governance systems: impact at the grass roots. Hershey, PA: IGI Global, 342 p.

WEERAKKODY V. (2011), Applied technology integration in governmental organizations: new E-Government research. Hershey, PA : IGI Global, 350 p.

Politiques publiques – Public policies

ADOMI E. E. (2011), Handbook of research on information communication technology policy : trends, issues and advancements. Hershey, PA : Information Science Reference, 900 p.

MENON S. (2011), “The evolution of the policy objectives of South Korea’s Broadband Convergence Network from 2004 to 2007”, Government Information Quarterly, vol. 28, n°2, pp. 280-289.

Fracture numérique – Digital divide

CHANG S.-I., YEN D., CHANG I. C. et al. (2011), “Study of the digital divide evaluation model for government agencies–a Taiwanese local government’s perspective”, Information Systems Frontiers, Paper 136, pp. 1-17.

FERRO E., HELBIG N. C., GIL-GARCIA J. R. (2011), “The role of IT literacy in defining digital divide policy needs”, Government Information Quarterly, vol. 28, n°1, pp. 3-10.

NÄSI M., RÄSÄNEN P., LEHDONVIRTA V. (2011), “Identification with online and offline communities : understanding ICT disparities in Finland”, Technology in Society, vol. 33, n° 1-2, pp. 4-11.

RANDOLPH LEIGH P. (2011), International exploration of technology equity and the digital divide : critical, historical and social perspectives, Hershey, PA: IGI Global, 238 p.

SOAR J., SWINDELL R., TSANG P. (2011), Intelligent technologies for bridging the grey digital divide, Hershey, PA: IGI Global, 362 p.

TELES A., JOIA L. A. (2011), “Assessment of digital inclusion via the actor-network theory: The case of the Brazilian municipality of Piraí”, Telematics and Informatics, vol. 28, n°3, pp.191-203.

VICENTE M. R., LÓPEZ A. J. (2011), “Assessing the regional digital divide across the European Union-27”, Telecommunications Policy, vol. 35, n° 3, pp. 220-237.

Développement durable – Sustainable development

HILTY L. M. (2011), “Information and Communication Technologies for a more sustainable world”, in: Green Technologies: concepts, methodologies, tools and applications, Hershey, PA : IGI Global, pp. 36-45.

KAMANI K., KATHIRIYA D., VIRPARIA P. et al. (2011), “Digital Green ICT”, in: Green Technologies : concepts, methodologies, tools and applications, Hershey, PA : IGI Global, pp. 749-756.

PHILIPSON G. (2011), “A comprehensive and practical green ICT framework”, in: Green Technologies : concepts, methodologies, tools and applications, Hershey, PA : IGI Global, pp. 186-200.

STEYN J., VAN BELLE J.-P., VILLANUEVA MANSILLA E. (2011), ICTs for global development and sustainability: practice and applications. Hershey, PA : Information Science Reference, 451 p.

UNHELKAR B. (2011), Handbook of research on green ICT: technology, business and social perspectives. Hershey, PA : IGI Global, 695 p.

VISWANATH K. (2011), Cyberinfrastructure: an extraordinary opportunity to bridge health and communication inequalities?, American Journal of Preventive Medicine, vol. 40, n°5, supplement 2, S245-S248.

Transport / Mobilité – Transport / Mobility

CRUZ-CUNHA M. M.,MOREIRA F. (2011), Handbook of research on mobility and computing: evolving technologies and ubiquitous impacts. Hershey, PA : IGI Global, 1284 p.

VILHELMSON B., THULIN E., FAHLÉN D. (2011), “ICTs and activities on the move? People’s use of time while traveling by public transportation”, in STANLEY D. (Ed.), Engineering Earth. The impacts of Megaenginireering Projets, Springer Netherlands, pp. 145-154.

Innovations technologiques - Technological innovations

GUSEV M., MITREVSKI P. E. B. (2011), ICT innovations 2010: second international conference, ICT innovations 2010, Ohrid Macedonia, September 12-15, 2010. Revised selected papers, Berlin, New York, Springer, 378 p.

KHALIL I., WEIPPL E. R. (2011), Innovations in mobile multimedia communications and applications : new technologies. Hershey, PA : IGI global, 362 p.

ORDÓÑEZ DE PABLOS P., LEE W. B., ZHAO J. (2011), Regional innovation systems and sustainable development : emerging technologies. Hershey, PA: IGI Global, 350 p.

ZHAO P., DI L. (2011), Geospatial web services : advances in information interoperability. Hershey, PA: IGI Global, 350 p.

Société de l’information – Information society

ABDALLAH S., ALBADRI F. (2011), ICT acceptance, investment and organization : cultural practices and values in the Arab world. Hershey, PA: Information Science Reference, 258 p.

ABDEL-WAHAB A. G., EL-MASRY A. A. A. (2011), Mobile information communication technologies adoption in developing countries: effects and implications. Hershey, PA: Information Science Reference, 303 p.

ABRAHAMS L. (2011), “South Africa’s e-development still a futuristic task”, Journal of the Knowledge Economy, vol. 2, n°1, pp. 145-171.

CHHABRA S., RAHMAN H. (2011), Human development and global advancements through information communication technologies: new initiatives. Hershey, PA: Information Science Reference, 350 p.

LEKOKO R. N., SEMALI L. (2011), Cases on developing countries and ICT integration: rural community development. Hershey, PA : Information Science Reference, 350 p.

MICHAILIDIS A., PARTALIDOU M., NASTIS S. A., et al. (2011), “Who goes online? Evidence of Internet use patterns from rural Greece”, Telecommunications Policy, vol. 35, n°4, pp. 333-343.

OH M. O., LARSON J. F. (2011), Digital development in Korea : building an information society. New York, Routledge, 272 p.

SHARMA S. K. (2011), E-adoption and socio-economic impacts : emerging infrastructural effects. Hershey, PA : IGI Global.

STROUD D. (2011), “The Importance of Web 2.0 to the 50-Plus”, in: KOHLBACHER F., HERSTATT C., The Silver Market Phenomenon, Berlin, Heidelberg, Springer, pp. 263-275.

THAKUR D. (2011), “Market competition and the distributional consequences of mobile phones in Canada”, Technological Forecasting and Social Change, in Press, Corrected Proof.

U.S. DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE NATIONAL,TELECOMMUNICATIONS AND INFORMATION ADMINISTRATION (2011), Digital Nation : expanding Internet usage​reports/​2011/​NTIA_Internet_Use_Report_February_2011.pdf

VU K. M. (2011), “ICT as a source of economic growth in the information age : empirical evidence from the 1996-2005 period”, Telecommunications Policy, vol. 35, n° 4, pp. 357-372.

WALSH K., CALLAN A (2011), “Perceptions, preferences, and acceptance of Information and Communication Technologies in older-adult community care settings in Ireland: a case-study and ranked-care program analysis”, Ageing International, vol. 36, n°1, pp. 102-122.

WEBER D. M., KAUFFMAN R. J. (2011), “What drives global ICT adoption? Analysis and research directions”, Electronic Commerce Research and Applications, In Press, Corrected Proof.

ZAHONOGO P. (2011), « Les déterminants de l’adoption de la téléphonie mobile au Burkina Faso », Mondes en Développement, vol. 1, n°153, pp. 121 à 132.

Villes et TIC – ICT and cities

ASSOCIATION DES VILLES INTERNET (2011). Cités en Réseaux 2011 : villesInternet. Neuilly-sur-Seine: Villes Internet.​uploads/​media/​Cites-en-Reseaux-2011.pdf

FIRMINO R. J., DUARTE F., ULTRAMARI C. (2011). ICTs for mobile and ubiquitous urban infrastructures: surveillance, locative media and global networks, Hershey, PA : IGI Global, 384 p.

*INKINEN T. (2011), The Internet in three Finnish cities: accessing global networks, in BRUNN S.D., Engineering Earth, Dordrecht, Heidelberg, London, New-York, Springer, pp. 131-143.

LOUKIS E., CHARALABIDIS Y., SCHOLL J. H. E. (2011), “Digital Cities”, Telematics and Informatics, vol. 28, n°2, pp. 143-226.

STALLMEYER J. C. (2011), Building Bangalore: architecture and urban transformation in India’s Silicon Valley, New York, Routledge, 137 p.

Géographie économique - Economical geography

GALLIANO D., ROUX P., SOULIÉ N. (2011), “ICT intensity of use and the geography of firms”, Environment & Planning A, vol. 43, n°1, pp. 67-86.

GRAHAM G., HANNA N. (2011), “Re-connect Canada : a Community-based e-development strategy”, Journal of the Knowledge Economy, vol. 2, n°1, pp. 38-76.

HONG Y. (2011), Labor, class formation, and China’s informationized policy of economic development. Lanham, Md.: Lexington Books, 344 p.

LINDGREN P., TARAN Y., SAUGHAUG K. F. (2011), Globalization of mobile and wireless communications: today and in 2020. Emerging global business models 2020, in: Globalization of Mobile and Wireless Communications, Springer Netherlands, pp. 47-69.

Géographie des TIC – Geography of ICTS

*BAKIS H. (2010), TIC et aménagement numérique des territoires, Conférence d’ouverture des Journées « DIGIPOLIS, 2010. Territoires numériques intelligents », Montbéliard, 26 mai. (Egalement sur support video, 30 min.)​fileadmin/​user_upload/​2010/​Presentations/​DigiPolis2010_Ouverture_BAKIS_TICetAmenagmentNumeriqueDesTerritoires.pdf​2010/​digipolis/​digipolis-tv/​seancedouverture.html

*BAKIS H., VIDAL P. (2010), “Geography of the Information Society”, in B. REBER & C. BROSSAUD (eds.), Digital Cognitive Technologies. Epistemology and Knowledge Society, ISTE /Wiley, pp. 71-87.

BARTHÉLEMY M. (2011), “Spatial networks”, Physics Reports, vol. 499, n°1-3, pp. 1-101.

HUBERS C., SCHWANEN T., DIJST M. (2011), „Coordinating everyday life in the Netherlands : a holistic quantitative approach to the analysis of ict-related and other work-life balance strategies”, Geografiska Annaler Series B: Human Geography, vol. 93, n°1, pp. 57-80.

JOHNSON P., SIEBER R. (2011), Motivations driving government adoption of the Geoweb, GeoJournal, pp. 1-14.

MAGGIONI M. A., UBERTI T. E. (2011), “Networks and geography in the economics of knowledge flows”, Quality & Quantity, 21 p.

MAKANGA BALA M. P. (2011), Géopolitique de l’insertion des TIC : épistémologie de la géographie de la société d’information et essai d’explication structurelle à partir du cas du Gabon. Paris,, 976 p.

MURRAY A. (2011), “An overview of network vulnerability modeling approaches”, GeoJournal, pp. 1-13.

TER WAL A. (2011), “Networks and geography in the economics of knowledge flows: a commentary”, Quality & Quantity, 27 march 2011, pp. 1-5.

WARF B. (2011), “Geographies of global Internet censorship”, GeoJournal, vol. 76, n°1, pp. 1-23.

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