Volume 22, Number 1, 2017
: Studying the materiality of media archives in the age of digitization: Forensics, infrastructures and ecologies.
: A MOVIE BY ... Appropriation, authorship, and the ecologies of the moving image.
F. Maxwell Harper
: The playful newsroom: Iterating and reiterating the news and its publics.
: Cheating and resisting empire in the age of interactive media.
Volume 22, Number 2, 2017
: The ethics of unbreakable encryption: Rawlsian privacy and the San Bernardino iPhone.
Sander Andreas Schwartz
: Public and proud: How and why some citizens use their Facebook network as a personal public.
: The dark side of e-petitions? Exploring anonymous signatures.
Volume 22, Number 3, 2017
: "Happy to provide the knives": Governmentality and threats of violence via social media in the case of Roosh V and Return of Kings.
Volume 22, Number 4, 2017
Clifford A. Lynch
: The rise of reading analytics and the emerging calculus of reader privacy in the digital world.
: "The perfect guide in a crowded musical landscape: " Online music platforms and curatorship.
, Damian Trilling
: Political relevance in the eye of the beholder: Determining the substantiveness of TV shows and political debates with Twitter data.
Volume 22, Number 5, 2017
: Emanations of the informational state: Cyber operations and the difficulties.
: Examining the UK higher education sector through the network of institutional accounts on Twitter.
, Mohit Kumar
: Intentions to use an online restaurant review Web site and purchase behavior after reading reviews.
Volume 22, Number 6, 2017
: From digital commons to the data-fied urge: Theorising evolving trends in the intersections of digital culture and open education.
: Disconnect to reconnect: The food/technology metaphor in digital detoxing.
: The legend of the Slender Man: The boogieman of surveillance culture.
: Confessional technologies of the self: From Seneca to social media.
Volume 22, Number 7, 2017
, Ioana Literat
: Misuse or misdesign? Yik Yak on college campuses and the moral dimensions of technology design.
: 'Something is rotten in the state of Denmark: ' Why the Internet's advertising business model is broken.
Volume 22, Number 8, 2017
: Disinformation and social bot operations in the run up to the 2017 French presidential election.
: "It's a secret thing": Digital disembedding through online teen drama fandom.
Yong Ming Kow
: Cryptocurrencies and their potential for large-crowd, cost-effective transactions in peer production.
: Sorting things out: A typology of the digital collaborative economy.
: Agency and ageism in the community-based technology support services used by older adults.
Volume 22, Number 9, 2017
Robert W. Fairlie
: Have we finally bridged the digital divide? Smart phone and Internet use patterns by race and ethnicity.
Timme Bisgaard Munk
: 100, 000 false positives for every real terrorist: Why anti-terror algorithms don't work.
Volume 22, Number 10, 2017
: The labor of online product promotion: Barriers to collective action.
, Leo Van Hove
: The impact of customer images on online purchase decisions: Evidence from a Chinese C2C Web site.
: The co-production of gender and ICT: Gender stereotypes in schools.
: Exploring HIV-AIDS interests in the MENA region using Internet based searches.
: Administrating social media: The significance of managers.
Volume 22, Number 11, 2017
: "Talking about his dead child, again!" Emotional self-management in relation to online mourning.
, Jiyoung Cha
: A comparison of Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn: Examining motivations and network externalities for the use of social networking sites.
, André Tricot
: Wikipedia: An opportunity to rethink the links between sources' credibility, trust, and authority.
: Tools for jimmying experience: Conceptual speed dating on Facebook.