Deciphering Cyberspace has one goal: to demystify digital communication technology. By examining its subject matter from the three perspectives of technology, markets, and policy, Deciphering Cyberspace provides an impressively comprehensive view of the technical nature of cyberspace, its social impact, and legal significance for individuals, institutions, and society. The book: offers complete coverage of key topics while leaving room for variations in approach; contains interviews with experts in their fields; and covers a broad scope of material in a simple, clear fashion. Deciphering Cyberspace is a must have volume for anyone interested in keeping connected in our increasingly mediated world.
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Author Biography - Leonard C. Shyles
Leonard Shyles (Ph.D., Communication, Ohio State University) is Associate Professor of Communication at Villanova University. His publications include journal articles and book chapters dealing with the content and impact of televised political advertising in presidential campaigns. He is co-editor and co-author of The 1000 hour war: communication in the gulf (1994) for Greenwood Press, dealing with the use of telecommunications technologies to conduct the war in the Persian Gulf and to provide journalistic coverage of the conflict. Most recently, Shyles has published a comprehensive television production textbook, Video production handbook (1997) for Houghton Mifflin Company. Shyles' current research focuses on understanding digital technology in the contexts of markets and policy.