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- Alistair Black, Antony Bryant:
Knowledge management and diplomacy: Reflections on the demise of the valedictory despatch in the context of an informational history of the British Diplomatic Service.
- Colleen A. Reilly:
Teaching Wikipedia as a mirrored technology.
- Daniel Ashton:
Awarding the self in Wikipedia: Identity work and the disclosure of knowledge.
- Panayiota Tsatsou:
EU regulations on telecommunications: The role of subsidiarity and mediation.
- Tibor Koltay:
New media and literacies: Amateurs vs. professionals.
- Jennifer Golbeck:
The more people I meet, the more I like my dog: A study of pet-oriented social networks on the Web.
- Michael Stefanone, Kyounghee Hazel Kwon, Derek Lackaff:
The value of online friends: Networked resources via social network sites.
- Martin Feuz, Matthew Fuller, Felix Stalder:
Personal Web searching in the age of semantic capitalism: Diagnosing the mechanisms of personalisation.
- Aziz Douai:
The age of Web diplomacy: Exploration of international broadcasting online.
- Henrik Serup Christensen:
Political activities on the Internet: Slacktivism or political participation by other means?
- Chirag Shah:
Measuring effectiveness and user satisfaction in Yahoo! Answers.
- Michael Gurstein:
Open data: Empowering the empowered or effective data use for everyone?
- Donghee Yvette Wohn, Eun-Kyung Na:
Tweeting about TV: Sharing television viewing experiences via social media message streams.
- Michaël Opgenhaffen:
Multimedia, interactive and hypertextual features in divergent online news platforms: An exploratory study of Flemish online news.
- Anthony Lincoln:
FYI: TMI: Toward a holistic social theory of information overload.
- Anders Olof Larsson, Stefan Hrastinski:
Blogs and blogging: Current trends and future directions.
- Lori Kupczynski, Angela M. Gibson, Linda Challoo:
The role of online learning in the merit and promotion process: Is credit necessary or applied?
- David A. Huffaker:
The impact of group attributes on communication activity and shared language in online communities.
- Alison J. Head, Michael B. Eisenberg:
How college students use the Web to conduct everyday life research.
- Azi Lev-On, Rivka Neriya-Ben Shahar:
A forum of their own: Views about the Internet among ultra-Orthodox Jewish women who browse designated closed fora.
- Sook Lim, Christine Simon:
Credibility judgment and verification behavior of college students concerning Wikipedia.
- Anders Olof Larsson:
"Extended infomercials" or "Politics 2.0"? A study of Swedish political party Web sites before, during and after the 2010 election.
- Finn Brunton, Helen Nissenbaum:
Vernacular resistance to data collection and analysis: A political theory of obfuscation.
- Chris Fullwood, Mike Thelwall, Sam O'Neill:
Clandestine chatters: Self-disclosure in U.K. chat room profiles.
- Gwen Shaffer:
Banding together for bandwidth: An analysis of survey results from wireless community network participants.
- Michael Simeone, Jennifer Guiliano, Rob Kooper, Peter Bajcsy:
Digging into data using new collaborative infrastructures supporting humanities-based computer science research.
- Tiina Malinen, Teemu Mikkonen, Vesa Tienvieri, Tere Vadén:
Community created open source hardware: A case study of "eCars - Now!".
- Jeremy Morris:
Sounds in the cloud: Cloud computing and the digital music commodity.
- Teun Lucassen, Jan Maarten Schraagen:
Evaluating WikiTrust: A trust support tool for Wikipedia.
- Cuihua Shen, Peter Monge:
Who connects with whom? A social network analysis of an online open source software community.
- Kalika Navin Doloswala, Ann Dadich:
The accidental criminal: Using policy to curb illegal downloading.
- Sandy Schumann, Francois Luong:
Tool for or source of action? A social psychological perspective on the influence of virtual worlds on reality.
- Kirsten Foot, Carole Groleau:
Contradictions, transitions, and materiality in organizing processes: An activity theory perspective.
- Barry W. Cull:
Reading revolutions: Online digital text and implications for reading in academe.
- Anne-Mette Albrechtslund:
Online identity crisis: Real ID on the World of Warcraft forums.
- Jinghui Hou:
Uses and gratifications of social games: Blending social networking and game play.
- Dorit Geifman, Daphne Ruth Raban, Sheizaf Rafaeli:
P-MART: Towards a classification of online prediction markets.
- Francesca Romana Seganti, David Smahel:
Finding the meaning of emo in youths' online social networking: A qualitative study of contemporary Italian emo.
- Sheri V. T. Ross, Christina Buckles:
The Health Internetwork Access to Research Initiative (HINARI) in eligible American countries: Benefits, challenges and relationship to Internet use.
- Jing (Annie) Wang, David A. Huffaker, Jeffrey William Treem, Lindsay Fullerton, Muhammad A. Ahmad, Dmitri Williams, Marshall Scott Poole, Noshir S. Contractor:
Focused on the prize: Characteristics of experts in massive multiplayer online games.
- Kelly Bergstrom:
"Don't feed the troll": Shutting down debate about community expectations on Reddit.com.
- Maurice Vergeer, Liesbeth Hermans, Steven Sams:
Is the voter only a tweet away? Micro blogging during the 2009 European Parliament election campaign in the Netherlands.
- Mathias Klang, Jan Nolin:
Disciplining social media: An analysis of social media policies in 26 Swedish municipalities.
- Naomi S. Baron:
Concerns about mobile phones: A cross-national study.
- Amir Hossein Ghapanchi, Aybüke Aurum, Graham Low:
A taxonomy for measuring the success of open source software projects.
- Kevin Lee, Nicolas Kaufmann, Georg Buss:
Trust issues in Web service mash-ups.
- Jana Bradley, Bruce Fulton, Marlene Helm, Katherine A. Pittner:
Non-traditional book publishing.
- Taemin Kim Park:
The visibility of Wikipedia in scholarly publications.
- Ross Purves, Alistair J. Edwardes, Jo Wood:
Describing place through user generated content.
- Kalev Leetaru:
Culturomics 2.0: Forecasting large-scale human behavior using global news media tone in time and space.
- Joan Cowdery, Jeannette Kindred, Anna Michalakis, L. Suzanne Suggs:
Promoting health in a virtual world: Impressions of health communication messages delivered in Second Life.
- David S. White, Alison Le Cornu:
Visitors and Residents: A new typology for online engagement.
- Robert W. Gehl:
Ladders, samurai, and blue collars: Personal branding in Web 2.0.
- Alexander Vuylsteke, Simon Fraser:
The impact of industry structure on e-commerce initiatives in the developing world: Two case studies from Trinidad and Tobago.
- David Zeitlyn:
You can't build a car with just one wheel (why duplication may not be such a bad thing), and some limitations of Internet search/retrieval.
- Stefan Hrastinski, Sofie Sjöström, Jenny Eriksson Lundström, Anders Olof Larsson, Håkan Ozan:
Encouraging participation in an intra-organizational online idea community: A case study of a Swedish municipality.
- Jeroen De Keyser, Annika Sehl:
May they come in? A comparison of German and Flemish efforts to welcome public participation in the news media.
- Helena Bukvova:
Scientists online: A framework for the analysis of Internet profiles.
- Jennifer R. Whitson, Claire Dormann:
Social gaming for change: Facebook unleashed.
- Lee Knuttila:
User unknown: 4chan, anonymity and contingency.
- Thomas P. Mackey:
Transparency as a catalyst for interaction and participation in open learning environments.
- Nikolaos Koumartzis, Andreas A. Veglis:
Internet regulation: The need for more transparent Internet filtering systems and improved measurement of public opinion on Internet filtering.
- danah boyd, Eszter Hargittai, Jason Schultz, John Palfrey:
Why parents help their children lie to Facebook about age: Unintended consequences of the 'Children's Online Privacy Protection Act'.
- Steven J. Jackson, Alok Vimawala:
Tightening the Net: Intellectual property micro-regimes and peer-to-peer practice in higher education networks.
- Paul T. Jaeger, John Carlo Bertot, Christie M. Kodama, Sarah M. Katz, Elizabeth J. DeCoster:
Describing and measuring the value of public libraries: The growth of the Internet and the evolution of library value.
- Brian Wentz, Paul T. Jaeger, Jonathan Lazar:
Retrofitting accessibility: The legal inequality of after-the-fact online access for persons with disabilities in the United States.
- Gabe Ignatow, Jessica Lynn Schuett:
Inter-organizational digital divide: Civic groups' media strategies in the Trinity River Corridor Project.
- Jan Michael Nolin:
Boundaries of research disciplines are paper constructs: Digital Web-based information as a challenge to disciplinary research.
- Royce Kimmons:
Understanding collaboration in Wikipedia.
- Mark Anderson-Wilk, Jeff Hino:
Achieving rigor and relevance in online multimedia scholarly publishing.
- Whitney Phillips:
LOLing at tragedy: Facebook trolls, memorial pages and resistance to grief online.
- Caroline Lego Muñoz, Terri Towner:
Back to the "wall": How to use Facebook in the college classroom.
- Jeffrey Swift:
Cascades and the political blogosphere.
- Yiannis Mylonas:
Accumulation, control and contingency: Towards a critical understanding of intellectual property rights' 'piracy'.
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