by Byung Lee and Janna Anderson will be presented by Lee at the
19th annual conference of the International Society for the Scientific
Study of Subjectivity Oct. 2-4, 2003 at Kent State University in
The title of
the research is "Internet Use: Comparison of Adults with College
Students." Anderson assisted Lee, the primary author of the
work, which is based on two earlier research efforts at Elon University:
"One Neighborhood, One Week on the Internet," led by Anderson;
and "An Analysis of Internet Adopters," written by Lee
with assistance from Anderson, which was published in Operant Subjectivity
in October 2001.
ISSSS conference will feature 50 participants from North and South
America, Europe, Asia, and Australia. Their presentations will illuminate
such diverse topics as creativity, municipal planning, medicine
and health, politics, media and communication, education, psychotherapy
and counseling, poverty and economic development, non-profit strategic
planning, risk assessment, consumer behavior, euthanasia, and women's
issues among others.
The ISSSS was
originally formed by scholars interested in the ideas of William
Stephenson, a British physicist and psychologist who developed systematic
and scientific procedures (called "Q methodology") for studying
Lee is an accomplished
Q researcher, with many peer-reviewed works published and presented.
For more information
about Q methodology, go to http://www.qmethod.org.