Volume 20, Number 1, 2015
: Censorship is f̶u̶t̶i̶l̶e̶ possible but difficult: A study in algorithmic ethnography.
Volume 20, Number 2, 2015
: Object, Me, Symbiote, Other: A social typology of player-avatar relationships.
: Potential contributor perspectives on desirable characteristics of an online data environment for spatially-referenced data.
: #Hashtagging hate: Using Twitter to track racism online.
Steven Lloyd Wilson
: How to control the Internet: Comparative political implications of the Internet's engineering.
Volume 20, Number 3, 2015
: The Internet, social networking Web sites and political participation research: Assumptions and contradictory evidence.
: 50 years on: Galtung and Ruge's news value factors revisited in online audience building for independent films.
Volume 20, Number 4, 2015
: Sluts 'r' us: Intersections of gender, protocol and agency in the digital age.
: On trans-, glitch, and gender as machinery of failure.
: Seeing through the fog: Digital problems and solutions for studying ancient women.
Volume 20, Number 5, 2015
: 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.
: Slacktivism and the social benefits of social video: Sharing a video to 'help' a cause.
: A brief history of Facebook as a media text: The development of an empty structure.
: Controlling singularity: The role of online communication for young visual artists' identity management.
: The app-object economy: We're all remix artists now.
Volume 20, Number 6, 2015
: Academic peer pressure in social media: Experiences from the heavy, the targeted and the restricted user.
Volume 20, Number 7, 2015
: Google chemtrails: A methodology to analyze topic representation in search engine results.
, 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.
: The Twitter Archive at the Library of Congress: Challenges for information practice and information policy.
Volume 20, Number 8, 2015
: Computing within limits and ICTD.
: Abstraction, indirection, and Sevareid's Law: Towards benign computing.
: Preliminary thoughts on a taxonomy of value for sustainable computing.
Volume 20, Number 9, 2015
Paul T. Jaeger
: Disability, human rights, and social justice: The ongoing struggle for online accessibility and equality.
, 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.
: Problematizing the inclusion agenda in higher education: Towards a more inclusive technology enhanced learning model.
, Mike Kent
: Accessible television: The new frontier in disability media studies brings together industry innovation, government legislation and online activism.
Volume 20, Number 10, 2015
: Following the Joneses: FOMO and conspicuous sociality.
: Kawaii meiru and Maroyaka neko: Mobile emoji for relationship maintenance and aesthetic expressions among Japanese teens.
: Presence, or the sense of being-there and being-with in the new media society.
: Framing digital activism: The spectre of cyberterrorism.
John C. Garrison
: Getting a "quick fix": First-year college students' use of Wikipedia.
Volume 20, Number 11, 2015
David A. Banks
: Lines of power: Availability to networks as a social phenomenon.
: The gender-technology divide or perceptions of non-use?
Ethan R. Plaut
: Technologies of avoidance: The swear jar and the cell phone.
: 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.
, Andreas Kitzmann
: Replicants, imposters and the real deal: Issues of non-use and technology resistance in vintage and software instruments.
Volume 20, Number 12, 2015
Anders Olof Larsson
: Green light for interaction: Party use of social media during the 2014 Swedish election year.