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[CITATION] Surveillance by design: Public networks and the control of consumptionEdit

R Samarajiva - Mansell R. and Silverstone R.(eds.), 1996 Cited by 21 Related articles Cite Save

[CITATION] Communication by design: The politics of information and communication technologiesEdit

R Silverstone - 1996 - Oxford University Pressn Cited by 181 Related articles Cite Save More SIUE Full Text

Regulating “Caller ID:” Emulation and learning in US state-level telecommunication policy processesEdit

R Mukherjee, R Samarajiva - Telecommunications Policy, 1996 - ElsevierAnalysis of the development of Calling Line Identification (CLID) Service (commonly
described as “Caller ID”) policy in all 51 state telecommunication regulatory agencies and
the Federal Communications Commission over time shows state telecommunication ... Cited by 7 Related articles All 7 versions Cite Save[PDF] from SIUE Full Text

Telecommunication networks as social space: implications for research and policy and an exemplarEdit

R Samarajiva, P Shields - Media, Culture & Society, 1997 - Page 2. nv Telecommunication networks as social space: implications for research and policy
and an exemplar Rohan Samarajiva DEPARTMENT OF ... canals, railroads and shipping routes
as a means of understanding the social significance of these Adlerian conceptsnetworks (Sawhney, 1996). ... Cited by 25 Related articles All 2 versions Cite Save [HTML] from SIUE Full Text

The role of competition in institutional reform of telecommunications: Lessons from Sri LankaEdit

 R Samarajiva - Telecommunications Policy, 2000 - Elsevier... In 1996–1997 the legislation was amended to strengthen the regulatory agency,
fixed-access competition 2 was introduced and the incumbent operator was partially
privatized (Jayasuriya & Knight-John, 1998; Samarajiva, 1997). ...  Cited by 45 Related articles All 8 versions=# Save [PDF] from SIUE Full Text

Preconditions for effective deployment of wireless technologies for development in the Asia-PacificEdit

R Samarajiva - Information Technologies & International …, 2006 - PRECONDITIONS FOR EFFECTIVE DEPLOYMENT OF WIRELESS TECHNOLOGIES FOR
DEVELOPMENT Figure 5: Telecom growth in Sri Lanka & the role of wireless & private
investment, 1996–2005 Source: Samarajiva et al. (2005). Page 7. ... Cited by 19 Related articles All 5 versions Cite Savev SIUE Full Text

[CITATION] Establishing the legitimacy of new regulatory agenciesEdit

R Samarajiva - Telecommunications Policy, 2000 - Pergamon Cited by 24 Related articles All 6 versions Cite Save [PDF] from

[PDF] Regulation and investment: Sri Lanka case studyEdit

R Samarajiva, A Dokeniya - Stimulating investment in …, 2005 - would be issued, was contra- dicted by the issuance of the fourth license, in an ad hoc manner
like all previous ones, in 1994 (Samarajiva 1997: 49). The regulatory environment in 1993-96
with regard to market entry is assessed as unsatisfactory. The 1996 policy stated that ...Cited by 26 Related articles All 11 versions Cite Save More

[CITATION] Online Content RegulationEdit

R Samarajiva, P Hadley - … Association of Mass Communication Research, Sydney …, 1996Cited by 2 Related articles Cite Save [PDF] from SIUE Full Text

Telecom, national development and the Indian state: A postcolonial critiqueEdit

- Media, Culture & Society, 2004 - In fact, both advocates and critics of 'telecom for development' seem to agree that the absence
of institutional safeguards results in a predatory politics of populism that hinders a 'rational' policy
process in the developing world (Petrazinni, 1996; Samarajiva, 1997). ...Cited by 52 Related articles All 4 versions Citeas Save