Website Development and Alaska Native Identities: Hunting for Meaning in Cyberspace
Using two cases from a project in Native Alaska, this paper addresses how websites can be used as "spaces" for indigenous identity/identities development and the reaffirmation of cultural heritage.
||Cyberspace, Identity/identities Construction, Alaska Natives, E-commerce, Disneyfication
International Journal of Technology, Knowledge and Society, Volume 2, Issue 1, pp.79-90.
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Dr. Dinero has a PhD in Urban Planning from Rutgers University. His research interests include social and economic change among formerly nomadic peoples,such as the bedouin of the Negev (Israel) and Alaska
Dr. Bhagat has a PhD in Marketing with an MBA and Bachelor of Engineering. His research interests include interpersonal and cross-cultural relationships.
Dr. McGee has a PhD in Rhetoric. His research interests include the intersection of artificial intelligence and language arts education. He is currently
focusing on the impact of state standards upon multi-literacy education.
Dr. Mariotz is Assistant Professor of Fashion Merchandising and Retail Management. She has a BS from West Virginia University and an M.Ed. and Ed.D. from Temple University. She has served in a senior administrative capacity at Philadelphia University.
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