|Portion of title
||Building the Internet across Indian Country
||Network thinking -- Reframing ICTs in Indian Country -- The overlap between technology and sovereignty -- Sociotechnical landscapes -- TDVnet -- Red Spectrum Communications -- Many voices, many solutions at the 2012 Tribal Telecom and Technology Summit -- Lakota network -- Self-determination -- Navajo Nation -- Internet for self-determination -- Network sovereignty -- Decolonizing the technological -- Conclusion.
||"The histories of information and communication technologies (ICTs) are intertwined with U.S. histories of colonization, and the sovereignty and self-determination of Native peoples. This book examines case studies of tribal governments building out broadband infrastructures--the infrastructures that undergird uses of ICTs such as mobile phones, computers, databases, and streaming radio--to reveal how the processes of network design and deployment embed these information and communication infrastructures within the ongoing exercise of tribal sovereignty in the U.S."--Provided by publisher.
|Bibliography note||Includes bibliographical references and index.|
|ISBN||9780295741819 hardcover ; alkaline paper|
|ISBN||0295741813 hardcover ; alkaline paper|
|ISBN||0295741821 paperback ; alkaline paper|