Browse by Author "Kendall, Lori"
Now showing items 1-8 of 8
Colin Mochrie vs. Jesus H. Christ: Messages About Masculinities and Fame in Online Video Conversations Kendall, Lori (IEEE, 2007-01-07)With the availability of relatively easy-to-use tools for online video creation and distribution, people are increasingly producing videos not just for artistic expression, but also as a form of communication. This article ...
Hansen, Derek L.; Bonzi, Susan M.; Kendall, Lori; McDonald, David W. (2008-02-28)Undergraduate education is an important component of many i-Schools and of potential interest to many others. The nature of undergraduate education within the i-School movement will, no doubt, have a significant effect ...
James Bond, Peter Pan, and "A Sticky Night of Love": Irony and Masculinities in Amateur Animated Videos Kendall, Lori (The Men's Studies Press, LLC, 2008)This paper analyzes a genre of videos created and distributed online mostly by young men. These videos use a variety of playful and decontextualized images to present messages about masculinities. They both celebrate and ...
Kendall, Lori (JAI Press, Inc., 1998)This article explores issues of gendered, classed and raced identities using examples drawn from my research on a type of online forum known as a mud. I critique previous accounts of research regarding identity online that ...
Kendall, Lori (Inderscience Publishers, 2008)Researchers interested in knowledge communication within communities of practice tend to focus on tasks, skills, or the shared interests of the group, while relegating other aspects of interaction and communication to ...
Kendall, Lori (Graduate School of Library and Information Science. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign., 2011)The relatively recent study of personal archiving has tended to come from one of two perspectives: that of archivists, whose interest has primarily been in the personal documents and manuscripts likely to end up in archives; ...
application/vnd.ms-powerpointMicrosoft PowerPoint (2MB)
Kendall, Lori; Haythornthwaite, Caroline A.; Fisher, Karen; Kelly, Diane; Tapia, Andrea (2009-02-08)
application/vnd.openxmlformats-officedocument.wordprocessingml.documentMicrosoft Word 2007 (14kB)
Kendall, Lori (2007-08-09)The nerd stereotype portrays nerds as white males and thus acts as a "gatekeeper" to the acquisition of computer expertise and employment. This article examines three popular culture representations of nerds: the Geek Squad ...
text/richtextRTF file (69kB)