eChicago: Ethnic communities in space and cyberspace. Kate Williams GSLIS Research Day, April 2009.
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eChicago: Ethnic communitiesin space and cyberspace
GSLIS Research Day, April 2009
With assistance from Abdul Alkalimat, Brooke Bahnsen, Ann Bishop, Paolo Gujilde, Ray Hanania, Héctor Hernandez, Boshra Jamali, Adam Kehoe, Rosa Hyung Kyong Lee, Matt Mani, Eizaburo Okuizumi, Chris Ritzo, Aiko Takazawa, Hui Yan, and the Chinese American Museum of Chicago, and with support from the Institute for Museum and Library Services.
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Ethnic communities across metropolitan Chicago
Where/how/under what conditions are people self-reliant (bonding social capital) rather than relying on outside help (bridging social capital)?
Owners of the URLs
Websites about ethnic communities