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The Internet and The Perfect Tender Rule
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This 3 page paper examines this rule as it applies to Internet sales. Research is provided to support the assumptions. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
Filename: SA801rul.rtf

The Internet as a Tool for Increased Political Participation
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This 4 page paper provides information on this subject in addition to a proposal for further research. The topic is discussed and results reveal that the Internet does increases political participation. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: SA318par.rtf

The Internet as a Tool for Transformation.
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(6 pp includes outline) The internet is an essential factor in the transformation of society from the "industrial age" to the "information age." We have started to witness fundamental changes in society at large resulting from this "information highway" and other advance information technologies, that directly facilitate creations, organizations and transactions within our current global structure. Alvin Toffler (1981) calls this "dawn of a new civilization" as the "single most explosive fact in our lifetimes." Bibliography lists 12 sources.
Filename: Bbwave3R.doc

The Internet as an Effective Medium to Challenge the Hegemony of Global Corporate Communications Giants
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This is an 8 page paper discussing the Internet as an effective challenge to the hegemony of global corporate communication giants. Within the last thirty years, the monopoly of the global communication corporations has increased in addition to their continued ability to merge into larger and more powerful hegemonic corporations. When first introduced, it was believed that the Internet would give more democratic freedom in regards to the content which could be accessed globally. This was true however in may ways there were still restrictions based on the decisions by corporations and governments as to where, when and who would receive the technological developments relating to Internet access. In addition, many critics believed that Internet technology would still be determined by the American perspective of globalization since most of the global communication corporations were American-based and therefore created a biased Western perspective. Within the last five years however, since the development of mobile wireless Internet communication, the power of the Internet has shifted in many ways. Firstly, technologically, the American communication corporations are behind in regards to global mobile technologies and alliances and this has allowed for smaller international networks to create an independent and unrestrictive base. The new mobile Internet access has also given areas previously dismissed by the larger corporations the ability to join the Internet world. Regardless of access however, whether remote or local, the content of the Internet has remained unrestricted and communications corporations are unable to control the content as traditionally done in the newspaper, radio and television industries. Within the last five years, researchers have come to believe that the Internet is now an effective medium in which to challenge the hegemony of the global corporate communication giants and by the rate at which smaller industries have begun to grow, it looks as if this trend may continue. Bibliography lists 11 sources.
Filename: TJintch1.rtf

The Internet at Napier
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This 8 page paper outlines the functionality of the Napier University web site. The paper is written as if it is advising new students of the facilities they can access and how to access them. The paper also includes some advice regarding connecting from home. The bibliography cites 4 sources.
Filename: TEnapier.rtf

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This 20 page paper gives an expansive overview of the Internet gaming industry, including newest technologies used, forecast for the marketplace, other applications, and moral/ethical concerns,as well as basic information on what it is and how it can be used. Bibliography lists 15 sources.
Filename: MBGamb.rtf

The Internet in a Nutshell
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This 14 page paper look at the internet. Starting with the development of the internet form its origins in the 1960's the paper moves on to look at the abilities and range of the internet's current capabilities, including e-mail and chat programmes, ftp and web browsers. The paper then considers some of the current problems and the way these may develop in line with the increasing use of peer to peer (P2P) connections and the way in which the internet may evolve on the future. The bibliography cites 12 sources.
Filename: TEinter1.wps

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This 5 page paper gives a brief overview of the development of the internet and why it became so popular so fast. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: MBntrnett.rtf

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