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- Shaojung Sharon Wang:
China's Internet lexicon: Symbolic meaning and commoditization of Grass Mud Horse in the harmonious society.
- Yu-Wen Chen:
Internet and interest articulation in China: A theoretical re-examination.
- June Ahn:
Teenagers and social network sites: Do off-line inequalities predict their online social networks?
- Kamakshi Rajagopal, Desirée Joosten-ten Brinke, Jan van Bruggen, Peter B. Sloep:
Understanding personal learning networks: Their structure, content and the networking skills needed to optimally use them.
- Johan Jessen, Anker Helms Jørgensen:
Aggregated trustworthiness: Redefining online credibility through social validation.
- Olle Sköld:
The effects of virtual space on learning: A literature review.
- Qingbin Wang, Minghao Li:
Home computer ownership and Internet use in China: Trends, disparities, socioeconomic impacts, and policy implications.
- Joyojeet Pal:
The machine to aspire to: The computer in rural south India.
- Beth St. Jean, Soo Young Rieh, Yong-Mi Kim, Ji Yeon Yang:
An analysis of the information behaviors, goals, and intentions of frequent Internet users: Findings from online activity diaries.
- Esther Weltevrede, Anne Helmond:
Where do bloggers blog? Platform transitions within the historical Dutch blogosphere.
- Maria Murumaa, Andra Siibak:
The imagined audience on Facebook: Analysis of Estonian teen sketches about typical Facebook users.
- Graeme Baxter Bell:
Strengthening CAPTCHA-based Web security.
- David Bamman, Brendan O'Connor, Noah A. Smith:
Censorship and deletion practices in Chinese social media.
- Itai Himelboim, Stephen McCreery:
Free interactions, hierarchical structure: Factors explaining replies attraction in online discussions.
- Shunsuke Nozawa:
The gross face and virtual fame: Semiotic mediation in Japanese virtual communication.
- Victoria L. Rubin, Niall Conroy:
Discerning truth from deception: Human judgments and automation efforts.
- Arif Raza, Luiz Fernando Capretz:
Do open source software developers listen to their users?
- Hui-Jung Chang, Wan-Zheng Ian:
Instant messaging and interruption in organizational settings: A social presence's perspective.
- Edward J. Valauskas:
Book review of George Dyson's Turing's cathedral: The origins of the digital universe. First Monday 17(3) (2012)
- Ruth Halperin, James Backhouse:
Risk, trust and eID: Exploring public perceptions of digital identity systems.
- Alberto Pepe, Spencer Wolff, Karen Van Godtsenhoven:
One, none and one hundred thousand profiles.
- Yuli Patrick Hsieh:
Online social networking skills: The social affordances approach to digital inequality.
- Axel Bruns, Yuxian Eugene Liang:
Tools and methods for capturing Twitter data during natural disasters.
- Annie Murray, Jared Wiercinski:
Looking at archival sound: Enhancing the listening experience in a spoken word archive.
- Bradley Carl Freeman, Julia Klapczynski, Elliott Wood:
Radio and Facebook: The relationship between broadcast and social media software in the U.S., Germany, and Singapore.
- Christina Aperjis, Bernardo A. Huberman:
A market for unbiased private data: Paying individuals according to their privacy attitudes.
- Seeta Peña Gangadharan:
Digital inclusion and data profiling.
- Hua Wang, Jingbo Meng, Fan Dong:
Sharing as "frands": Personified branding strategies on social network sites in China.
- Harry van Vliet, Erik Hekman:
Enhancing user involvement with digital cultural heritage: The usage of social tagging and storytelling.
- Alexander Ly, Bertrum H. MacDonald, Sandra Toze:
Understanding the net neutrality debate: Listening to stakeholders.
- S. Mo Jang, Yong Jin Park:
The Internet, selective learning, and the rise of issue specialists.
- W. Wayne Fu, Jaelen Teo, Seraphina Seng:
The bandwagon effect on participation in and use of a social networking site.
- Roy Krøvel:
New media and identity among fans of a Norwegian football club.
- Pamela J. McKenzie, Jacquelyn A. Burkell, Lola Wong, Caroline Whippey, Samuel E. Trosow, Michael B. McNally:
User-generated online content 1: overview, current state and context.
- Michael B. McNally, Samuel E. Trosow, Lola Wong, Caroline Whippey, Jacquelyn A. Burkell, Pamela J. McKenzie:
User-generated online content 2: Policy implications.
- Jenna Burrell:
Technology hype versus enduring uses: A longitudinal study of Internet use among early adopters in an African city.
- Georg Singer, Pille Pruulmann-Vengerfeldt, Ulrich Norbisrath, Dirk Lewandowski:
The relationship between Internet user type and user performance when carrying out simple vs. complex search tasks.
- Heather Martyn, Linda M. Gallant:
Over 50 and wired: Web-based stakeholder communication.
- Anne Shelley:
Book review of Eli Pariser's The filter bubble: What the Internet is hiding from you. First Monday 17(6) (2012)
- Bibi van den Berg, Simone van der Hof:
What happens to my data? A novel approach to informing users of data processing practices.
- Erik Borra, Ingmar Weber:
Political Insights: Exploring partisanship in Web search queries.
- Kimberley Spreeuwenberg, Thomas Poell:
Android and the political economy of the mobile Internet: A renewal of open source critique.
- Sean Lawson:
Putting the "war" in cyberwar: Metaphor, analogy, and cybersecurity discourse in the United States.
- Andre Oboler, Kristopher Welsh, Lito Cruz:
The danger of big data: Social media as computational social science.
- Patryk Galuszka:
Netlabels and democratization of the recording industry.
- Matt Ratto, Robert Ree:
Materializing information: 3D printing and social change.
- Sam Gregory, Elizabeth M. Losh:
Remixing human rights: Rethinking civic expression, representation and personal security in online video.
- Joo-Young Jung:
Social media use and goals after the Great East Japan Earthquake.
- Jessa Lingel:
Occupy Wall Street and the myth of technological death of the library.
- Sandra L. De Groote:
Promoting health sciences journal content with Web 2.0: A snapshot in time.
- Sky Croeser:
Contested technologies: The emergence of the digital liberties movement.
- Liguo Yu:
An empirical study of software market share: Diversity and symbiotic relations.
- Chris Hagar:
Book review of From social butterfly to engaged citizen: Urban informatics, social media, ubiquitous computing, and mobile technology to support citizen engagement. First Monday 17(8) (2012)
- Teun Lucassen, Roald Dijkstra, Jan Maarten Schraagen:
Readability of Wikipedia.
- Andrew Famiglietti:
The pentad of cruft: A taxonomy of rhetoric used by Wikipedia editors based on the dramatism of Kenneth Burke.
- Marcos Pereira Dias:
Australia's project for universal broadband access: From policy to social potential.
- Abbe E. Forman, Rebecca Kern, Gisela Gil-Egui:
Death and mourning as sources of community participation in online social networks: R.I.P. pages in Facebook.
- James P. Purdy:
Why first-year college students select online research resources as their favorite.
- Kim Barbour, David Marshall:
The academic online: Constructing persona through the World Wide Web.
- Piotr Konieczny:
Wikis and Wikipedia as a teaching tool: Five years later.
- Joi L. Moore, Camille Dickson-Deane, Krista Galyen, Christiana Kumalasari, Kyungbin Kwon:
The ZONE learning community: Gaining knowledge through mentoring.
- Yijun Gao:
Book review of Web 2.0 and beyond: Principles and technologies. First Monday 17(9) (2012)
- Robert Gellman:
Book review of Privacy impact assessment. First Monday 17(9) (2012)
- Zachary O'Leary:
Book review of Studying mobile media: Cultural technologies, mobile communication, and the iPhone. First Monday 17(9) (2012)
- Susan Landau, Tyler Moore:
Economic tussles in federated identity management.
- Jiyoung Cha, Sylvia Chan-Olmsted:
Relative advantages of online video platforms and television according to content, technology, and cost-related attributes.
- Adrienne Massanari:
DIY design: How crowdsourcing sites are challenging traditional graphic design practice.
- Etienne Pelaprat, Barry A. T. Brown:
Reciprocity: Understanding online social relations.
- Astrid Mager:
Health information politics: Reconsidering the democratic ideal of the Web as a source of medical knowledge.
- Kimberly Douglass, Sarah Tanner:
Playing science? Environmentally focused think tanks and the new scientific paradigm.
- Piia Haavisto:
Social media discussion forums and product innovation - The way forward?
- R. Paul Skeehan:
Review of AppAlchemy 1: The essentials. First Monday 17(10) (2012)
- Shlomi Sela, Tsvi Kuflik, Gustavo S. Mesch:
Changes in the discourse of online hate blogs: The effect of Barack Obama's election in 2008.
- Stefanie Haustein, Isabella Peters:
Using social bookmarks and tags as alternative indicators of journal content description.
- Jeff D. Saunders, Charles R. McClure, Lauren H. Mandel:
Broadband applications: Categories, requirements, and future frameworks.
- Bill Tomlinson, M. Six Silberman:
The cognitive surplus is made of fossil fuels.
- Jeongsub Lim:
Competitors' news coverage as a source within economic and symbolic power relations.
- Bernhard Rieder:
The refraction chamber: Twitter as sphere and network.
- Richard J. Cox:
Review of "Mr. Collier's letter racks: A tale of art and illusion at the threshold of the modern information age" (Oxford University Press, 2012). First Monday 17(11) (2012)
- Yijun Gao:
Review of "Connecting Canadians: Investigations in community informatics" (Athabasca University Press, 2012). First Monday 17(11) (2012)
- Don Hamerly:
Review of "Inequity in the technopolis: Race, class, gender, and the digital divide in Austin" (University of Texas Press, 2012). First Monday 17(11) (2012)
- Nick Steffel:
Review of "Tubes: A journey to the center of the Internet" (HarperCollins, 2012). First Monday 17(11) (2012)
- Noortje de Boer, Hannah Sütfeld, Jacob Groshek:
Social media and personal attacks: A comparative perspective on co-creation and political advertising in presidential campaigns on YouTube.
- Byoung-Jo J. Kim, Paul S. Henry:
Directions for future cellular mobile network architecture.
- Brian Martin:
Online onslaught: Internet-based methods for attacking and defending citizens' organisations.
- Ayelet Oz:
Legitimacy and efficacy: The blackout of Wikipedia.
- Daren C. Brabham:
The effectiveness of crowdsourcing public participation in a planning context.
- Helen Merrick:
Promoting sustainability and simple living online and off-line: An Australian case study.
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