Tuesday, July 15, 2008

Chapter 12

Science and the Internet: Its most appealing, usable, and integrating component, the World Wide Web, came from its laboratories. Fifteen years after the invention of the web, it has become such an integral part of the infrastructure of modern societies that young people cannot imagine a world without it. It has become even easier to imagine a world without roads and cars than a world without the World Wide Web...

To cite this chapter please use:
Reips, U.-D. (2008). How Internet-mediated research changes science. In A. Barak (Ed.), Psychological aspects of cyberspace: Theory, research, applications (pp. 268-294). Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press.