- Paul Watters:
Censorship is f̶u̶t̶i̶l̶e̶ possible but difficult: A study in algorithmic ethnography.
- Andrea Wiggins, Kevin Crowston:
Surveying the citizen science landscape.
- Tim Highfield, Tama Leaver:
A methodology for mapping Instagram hashtags.
- Brittany White, Heather Castleden, Anatoliy A. Gruzd:
Talking to Twitter users: Motivations behind Twitter use on the Alberta oil sands and the Northern Gateway Pipeline.
- Georgia Gaden, Delia Dumitrica:
The 'real deal': Strategic authenticity, politics and social media.
- Marian Adolf, Dennis Deicke:
New modes of integration: Individuality and sociality in digital networks.
- Rojers P. Joseph, Shishir K. Jha:
Digitization, Internet publishing and the revival of scholarly monographs: An empirical study in India.
- Morten Fjeld, Pawel Wozniak, Josh Cowls, Bonnie A. Nardi:
Ad hoc encounters with big data: Engaging citizens in conversations around tabletops.
- Alison J. Head, Michele Van Hoeck, Deborah S. Garson:
Lifelong learning in the digital age: A content analysis of recent research on participation.
- Jaime Banks:
Object, Me, Symbiote, Other: A social typology of player-avatar relationships.
- James Campbell:
Potential contributor perspectives on desirable characteristics of an online data environment for spatially-referenced data.
- Irfan Chaudhry:
#Hashtagging hate: Using Twitter to track racism online.
- Steven Lloyd Wilson:
How to control the Internet: Comparative political implications of the Internet's engineering.
- Franklin Nii Amankwah Yartey:
ACT UP: A network's resistance through constitutive rhetoric.
- Tatiana Pontes, Elizeu Santos-Neto, Jussara M. Almeida, Matei Ripeanu:
Where are the 'key' words? Optimizing multimedia textual attributes to improve viewership.
- Cassidy R. Sugimoto, Carolyn Hank, Timothy D. Bowman, Jeffrey Pomerantz:
Friend or faculty: Social networking sites, dual relationships, and context collapse in higher education.
- Emily van der Nagel, Jordan Frith:
Anonymity, pseudonymity, and the agency of online identity: Examining the social practices of r/Gonewild.
- Jinyoung Kim, June Ahn, Jessica Vitak:
Korean mothers' KakaoStory use and its relationship to psychological well-being.
- Isidoropaolo Casteltrione:
The Internet, social networking Web sites and political participation research: Assumptions and contradictory evidence.
- Gry Hasselbalch Lapenta, Rikke Frank Jørgensen:
Youth, privacy and online media: Framing the right to privacy in public policy-making.
- Nico Meissner:
50 years on: Galtung and Ruge's news value factors revisited in online audience building for independent films.
- Viktor Arvidsson, Anna Foka:
Digital gender: Perspective, phenomena, practice.
- Nishant Shah:
Sluts 'r' us: Intersections of gender, protocol and agency in the digital age.
- Jenny Sundén:
On trans-, glitch, and gender as machinery of failure.
- Lewis Mark Webb:
Shame transfigured: Slut-shaming from Rome to cyberspace.
- Roopika Risam:
Toxic femininity 4.0.
- Patrizia Marti, Jeroen Peeters, Ambra Trotto, Michele Tittarelli, Nicholas True, Nigel Papworth, Caroline Hummels:
Embodying culture: Interactive installation on women's rights.
- Alex McAuley:
Seeing through the fog: Digital problems and solutions for studying ancient women.
- Francine Barone, David Zeitlyn, Viktor Mayer-Schönberger:
Learning from failure: The case of the disappearing Web site.
- Kim Sheehan:
A change in the climate: Online social capital and the spiral of silence.
- Shin Haeng Lee:
Can regimes really discourage social networking? Urbanization, mobile phone use, and the dictator's plight.
- Cat Jones:
Slacktivism and the social benefits of social video: Sharing a video to 'help' a cause.
- Niels Brügger:
A brief history of Facebook as a media text: The development of an empty structure.
- Karin Hansson:
Controlling singularity: The role of online communication for young visual artists' identity management.
- Paul Caplan:
The app-object economy: We're all remix artists now.
- Andreas Kratky, Virginia Kuhn, Jon Olav Eikenes:
Coping with the big data dump: Towards a framework for enhanced information representation.
- Noriko Hara, Jylisa Doney:
Social construction of knowledge in Wikipedia.
- Barbara Kieslinger:
Academic peer pressure in social media: Experiences from the heavy, the targeted and the restricted user.
- Veikko Eranti, Markku Lonkila:
The social significance of the Facebook Like button.
- Michael M. Widdersheim:
E-books: Histories, trajectories, futures.
- Rakesh Babu, Paige Fuller:
Towards more helpful bus tracker apps for blind transit riders.
- Francisco Segado-Boj, María Ángeles Chaparro Domínguez, Cristina Castillo Rodríguez:
Use of Twitter among Spanish communication-area faculty: Research, teaching and visibility.
- Andrea Ballatore:
Google chemtrails: A methodology to analyze topic representation in search engine results.
- Jathan Sadowski, Frank Pasquale:
The spectrum of control: A social theory of the smart city.
- Matthew Pittman, Alec C. Tefertiller:
With or without you: Connected viewing and co-viewing Twitter activity for traditional appointment and asynchronous broadcast television models.
- Angela M. Cirucci:
Redefining privacy and anonymity through social networking affordances.
- Jon Hoem, Ture Schwebs:
- Michael Zimmer:
The Twitter Archive at the Library of Congress: Challenges for information practice and information policy.
- Renee Hobbs, Silke Grafe:
YouTube pranking across cultures.
- Daniel Pargman, Barath Raghavan:
Introduction to LIMITS '15: First workshop on computing within limits.
- M. Six Silberman:
Information systems for the age of consequences.
- Bran Knowles, Elina Eriksson:
Deviant and guilt-ridden: Computing within psychological limits.
- Jay Chen:
Computing within limits and ICTD.
- Christian Remy, Elaine M. Huang:
Limits and sustainable interaction design: Obsolescence in a future of collapse and resource scarcity.
- Barath Raghavan:
Abstraction, indirection, and Sevareid's Law: Towards benign computing.
- Xinning Gui, Bonnie A. Nardi:
Foster the "mores", counter the "limits".
- Birgit Penzenstadler, Ankita Raturi, Debra J. Richardson, M. Six Silberman, Bill Tomlinson:
Collapse (and other futures) software engineering.
- Teresa Cerratto Pargman, Somya Joshi:
Understanding limits from a social ecological perspective.
- Bonnie A. Nardi:
Inequality and limits.
- Kentaro Toyama:
Preliminary thoughts on a taxonomy of value for sustainable computing.
- John Brock, Donald J. Patterson:
Cacophony: Building a resilient Internet of things.
- Donald J. Patterson:
Haitian resiliency: A case study in intermittent infrastructure.
- Bill Tomlinson:
Toward a computational immigration assistant.
- Daniel Pargman:
On the limits of limits.
- Katie Ellis, Mike Kent:
Disability and the Internet in 2015: Where to now?
- Paul T. Jaeger:
Disability, human rights, and social justice: The ongoing struggle for online accessibility and equality.
- Justin Brown, Scott Hollier:
The challenges of Web accessibility: The technical and social aspects of a truly universal Web.
- David Kreps, Mhorag Goff:
Code in action: Closing the black box of WCAG 2.0, A Latourian reading of Web accessibility.
- G. Anthony Giannoumis:
Auditing Web accessibility: The role of interest organizations in promoting compliance through certification.
- Weiqin Chen, Norun Christine Sanderson, Siri Kessel, Aleksandra Królak:
Heuristic evaluations of the accessibility of learning management systems (LMSs) as authoring tools for teachers.
- Denise Wood:
Problematizing the inclusion agenda in higher education: Towards a more inclusive technology enhanced learning model.
- Elizabeth Ellcessor:
Blurred lines: Accessibility, disability, and definitional limitations.
- Katie Ellis, Mike Kent:
Accessible television: The new frontier in disability media studies brings together industry innovation, government legislation and online activism.
- Gerard Goggin:
Disability and mobile Internet.
- Joseph Reagle:
Following the Joneses: FOMO and conspicuous sociality.
- Satomi Sugiyama:
Kawaii meiru and Maroyaka neko: Mobile emoji for relationship maintenance and aesthetic expressions among Japanese teens.
- Sun-ha Hong:
Presence, or the sense of being-there and being-with in the new media society.
- Matthew Pittman, Kim Sheehan:
Sprinting a media marathon: Uses and gratifications of binge-watching television through Netflix.
- Frédérik Lesage, Louis Rinfret:
Shifting media imaginaries of the Web.
- Fidele Vlavo:
Framing digital activism: The spectre of cyberterrorism.
- David Chapman, Katrina Miller-Stevens, John C. Morris, Brendan O'Hallarn:
A new model to explore non-profit social media use for advocacy and civic engagement.
- John C. Garrison:
Getting a "quick fix": First-year college students' use of Wikipedia.
- Eric P. S. Baumer, Morgan G. Ames, Jenna Burrell, Jed R. Brubaker, Paul Dourish:
Why study technology non-use?
- David A. Banks:
Lines of power: Availability to networks as a social phenomenon.
- Ricardo Gomez, Kirsten Foot, Meg Young, Rose Paquet Kinsley, Stacey L. Morrison:
Pulling the plug visually: Images of resistance to ICTs and connectivity.
- Neha Kumar:
The gender-technology divide or perceptions of non-use?
- Ethan R. Plaut:
Technologies of avoidance: The swear jar and the cell phone.
- Karen E. C. Levy:
The user as network.
- Rivka Ribak, Michele Rosenthal:
Smartphone resistance as media ambivalence.
- Lindsay Ems:
Exploring ethnographic techniques for ICT non-use research: An Amish case study.
- Nancy A. Van House:
Entangled with technology: Engagement with Facebook among the young old.
- Claes Thorén, Andreas Kitzmann:
Replicants, imposters and the real deal: Issues of non-use and technology resistance in vintage and software instruments.
- William H. Allendorfer, Susan C. Herring:
ISIS vs. the U.S. government: A war of online video propaganda.
- Andres Guadamuz, Chris Marsden:
Blockchains and Bitcoin: Regulatory responses to cryptocurrencies.
- Anja Bechmann, Peter Bjerregaard Vahlstrup:
Studying Facebook and Instagram data: The Digital Footprints software.
- Anders Olof Larsson:
Green light for interaction: Party use of social media during the 2014 Swedish election year.
- Chirag Shah, Roberto I. González-Ibáñez, Pam Read:
Investigating impacts of spatial configurations on collaborative writing.
- John Prpic, James Melton, Araz Taeihagh, Terry Anderson:
MOOCs and crowdsourcing: Massive courses and massive resources.
- J. Evans Ochola, Dorothy M. Persson, Lisa A. Schumacher, Mitchell D. Lingo:
Wikipedia: the difference between information acquisition and learning knowledge.
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