- Zack Lischer-Katz, Aaron Trammell:
Viewing patterns: Information and media infrastructures - Editors' introduction.
- Zack Lischer-Katz:
Studying the materiality of media archives in the age of digitization: Forensics, infrastructures and ecologies.
- Leo Goldsmith:
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.
- Ri Pierce-Grove:
Just one more: How journalists frame binge watching.
- Emma Leigh Waldron:
"This FEELS SO REAL!" Sense and sexuality in ASMR videos.
- Aaron Trammell:
Cheating and resisting empire in the age of interactive media.
- Steven Weber, Richmond Y. Wong:
The new world of data: Four provocations on the Internet of Things.
- Evelien D'heer, Baptist Vandersmissen, Wesley De Neve, Pieter Verdegem, Rik Van de Walle:
What are we missing? An empirical exploration in the structural biases of hashtag-based sampling on Twitter.
- Morten Bay:
The ethics of unbreakable encryption: Rawlsian privacy and the San Bernardino iPhone.
- Eric M. Meyers, Lisa P. Nathan, Casey Stepaniuk:
Children in the cloud: Literacy groupware and the practice of reading.
- Sander Andreas Schwartz:
Public and proud: How and why some citizens use their Facebook network as a personal public.
- Janne Berg:
The dark side of e-petitions? Exploring anonymous signatures.
- Spencer May, Marcus Königsson, Jonny Holmström:
Unlocking the sharing economy: Investigating the barriers for the sharing economy in a city context.
- Bente Kalsnes, Anders Olof Larsson, Gunn Sara Enli:
The social media logic of political interaction: Exploring citizens' and politicians' relationship on Facebook and Twitter.
- Janez Strehovec:
Vanishing letters in text-based digital installations.
- Colin Bennett, Priscilla M. Regan, Robin Bayley:
If these Canadians lived in the United States, how would they protect their privacy?
- Christopher D. F. Honig, Lachlan MacDowall:
Spatio-temporal mapping of street art using Instagram.
- Brian Wentz, Dung (June) Pham, Kailee Tressler:
Exploring the accessibility of banking and finance systems for blind users.
- Stuart Bender:
"Happy to provide the knives": Governmentality and threats of violence via social media in the case of Roosh V and Return of Kings.
- Kian Yeik Koay, Patrick Chin-Hooi Soh, Kok-Wai Chew:
Antecedents and consequences of cyberloafing: Evidence from the Malaysian ICT industry.
- Kayla J. Heffernan, Frank Vetere, Shanton Chang:
Towards insertables: Devices inside the human body.
- Steve Huckle, Martin White, Rituparna Bhattacharya:
Towards a post-cash society: An application to convert fiat money into a cryptocurrency.
- Clifford A. Lynch:
The rise of reading analytics and the emerging calculus of reader privacy in the digital world.
- Svenja Schäfer, Michael Sülflow, Philipp Müller:
The special taste of snack news: An application of niche theory to understand the appeal of Facebook as a news source.
- Anna Wilson, Terrie Lynn Thompson, Cate Watson, Valerie Drew, Sarah Doyle:
Big data and learning analytics: Singular or plural?
- Matthew Longshore Smith, Ruhiya Seward:
Openness as social praxis.
- Emilia Barna:
"The perfect guide in a crowded musical landscape: " Online music platforms and curatorship.
- Sarah Kreiseler, Viktoria Brüggemann, Marian Dörk:
Tracing exploratory modes in digital collections of museum Web sites using reverse information architecture.
- Martina Mahnke Skrubbeltrang, Josefine Grunnet, Nicolai Traasdahl Tarp:
#RIPINSTAGRAM: Examining user's counter-narratives opposing the introduction of algorithmic personalization on Instagram.
- Mark Boukes, Damian Trilling:
Political relevance in the eye of the beholder: Determining the substantiveness of TV shows and political debates with Twitter data.
- Sandra Braman:
Emanations of the informational state: Cyber operations and the difficulties.
- Asta Zelenkauskaite, Brandon Niezgoda:
"Stop Kremlin trolls: " Ideological trolling as calling out, rebuttal, and reactions on online news portal commenting.
- Philip M. Napoli, Robyn Caplan:
Why media companies insist they're not media companies, why they're wrong, and why it matters.
- Nigel Stanger, Noorah Alnaghaimshi, Erika Pearson:
How do Saudi youth engage with social media?
- Katy Jordan:
Examining the UK higher education sector through the network of institutional accounts on Twitter.
- Jacky Au Duong, Frauke Zeller:
Tracking the imagined audience: A case study on Nike's use of Twitter for B2C interaction.
- Anne-Mette Bech Albrechtslund:
Negotiating ownership and agency in social media: Community reactions to Amazon's acquisition of Goodreads.
- Joshua Fogel, Mohit Kumar:
Intentions to use an online restaurant review Web site and purchase behavior after reading reviews.
- Benny Bornfeld, Sheizaf Rafaeli:
Gamifying with badges: A big data natural experiment on Stack Exchange.
- Giota Alevizou:
From digital commons to the data-fied urge: Theorising evolving trends in the intersections of digital culture and open education.
- Patrícia Dias da Silva, Lorna Heaton:
Fostering digital and scientific literacy: Learning through practice.
- Theodora Sutton:
Disconnect to reconnect: The food/technology metaphor in digital detoxing.
- Robert Cummings, Frances DiLauro:
Student perceptions of writing with Wikipedia in Australian higher education.
- Kyle Curlew:
The legend of the Slender Man: The boogieman of surveillance culture.
- Norm Friesen:
Confessional technologies of the self: From Seneca to social media.
- Rebecca Venema, Katharina Lobinger:
"And somehow it ends up on the Internet." Agency, trust and risks in photo-sharing among friends and romantic partners.
- Qinglan Li, Ioana Literat:
Misuse or misdesign? Yik Yak on college campuses and the moral dimensions of technology design.
- Eric Jardine:
'Something is rotten in the state of Denmark: ' Why the Internet's advertising business model is broken.
- Florencia García-Rapp, Carles Roca-Cuberes:
Being an online celebrity: Norms and expectations of YouTube's beauty community.
- Valeria Arza, Mariano Fressoli, Sol Sebastian:
Towards open science in Argentina: From experiences to public policies.
- Ney Wagner Freitas Cavalcante, Simone Bacellar Leal Ferreira, Elaine Tavares, Eliane Pinheiro Capra, Aline da Silva Alves:
Prelingual bilingual deaf: Multimedia content perception of a Brazilian health campaign.
- Emilio Ferrara:
Disinformation and social bot operations in the run up to the 2017 French presidential election.
- Yong Jin Park, S. Mo Jang:
Public attention, social media, and the Edward Snowden saga.
- Ysabel Gerrard:
"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.
- Sven Schade, Chrisa Tsinaraki, Elena Roglia:
Scientific data from and for the citizen.
- Lene Pettersen:
Sorting things out: A typology of the digital collaborative economy.
- David S. White, Alison Le Cornu:
Using 'Visitors and Residents' to visualise digital practices.
- Noah Lenstra:
Agency and ageism in the community-based technology support services used by older adults.
- Robert W. Fairlie:
Have we finally bridged the digital divide? Smart phone and Internet use patterns by race and ethnicity.
- Johan Farkas, Christina Neumayer:
'Stop Fake Hate Profiles on Facebook': Challenges for crowdsourced activism on social media.
- Timme Bisgaard Munk:
100, 000 false positives for every real terrorist: Why anti-terror algorithms don't work.
- Devendra Potnis, Dawit Demissie, Kanchan Deosthali:
Students' intention to adopt Internet-based personal safety wearable devices: Extending UTAUT with trusting belief.
- Jennifer Golbeck, Summer Ash, Nicole Cabrera:
Hashtags as online communities with social support: A study of anti-sexism-in-science hashtag movements.
- Timothy B. Norris, Todd Suomela:
Information in the ecosystem: Against the "information ecosystem".
- Jared C. Horvath, Alex J. Horton, Jason M. Lodge, John A. C. Hattie:
The impact of binge watching on memory and perceived comprehension.
- Edward J. Valauskas:
Book review of Minitel: Welcome to the Internet.
- Alison J. Head, Michele Van Hoeck, Kirsten Hostetler:
Why blogs endure: A study of recent college graduates and motivations for blog readership.
- Courtney Lawrence Douglass, Ursula Gorham, Renee F. Hill, Kelly M. Hoffman, Paul T. Jaeger, Gagan Jindal, Beth St. Jean:
Information access and information literacy under siege: The potentially devastating effects of the proposed 2017 White House budget on already-marginalized populations in the United States.
- Nanna Bonde Thylstrup, Stina Teilmann-Lock:
The transformative power of the thumbnail image: Media logistics and infrastructural aesthetics.
- Anthony McCosker:
Data literacies for the postdemographic social media self.
- Eef Masson, Karin van Es:
Visualizing connectivity: Data as evidence in The Architecture of Radio.
- Jordan Frith, Michael Saker:
Understanding Yik Yak: Location-based sociability and the communication of place.
- Daniel Carter:
The labor of online product promotion: Barriers to collective action.
- Mingming Dai, Leo Van Hove:
The impact of customer images on online purchase decisions: Evidence from a Chinese C2C Web site.
- Eduarda Ferreira:
The co-production of gender and ICT: Gender stereotypes in schools.
- Ahmed Al-Rawi:
Exploring HIV-AIDS interests in the MENA region using Internet based searches.
- Manuel Goyanes, Daniel Catalán-Matamoros:
Ubiquitous laptop use in higher education: Multitasking and students' perception of distraction in a European setting.
- Azi Lev-On:
Administrating social media: The significance of managers.
- Madelyn Rose Sanfilippo, Yafit Lev-Aretz:
Breaking news: How push notifications alter the fourth estate.
- Sterling Quinn, Doran A. Tucker:
How geopolitical conflict shapes the mass-produced online map.
- Kathryn C. Seigfried-Spellar, Siddharth S. Chowdhury:
Death and Lulz: Understanding the personality characteristics of RIP trolls.
- Tobias Raun:
"Talking about his dead child, again!" Emotional self-management in relation to online mourning.
- Mijung Kim, Jiyoung Cha:
A comparison of Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn: Examining motivations and network externalities for the use of social networking sites.
- Marco Baldi, Franco Chiaraluce:
A trusted cryptocurrency scheme for secure and verifiable digital transactions.
- Yimei Zhu, Kingsley Purdam:
Social media, science communication and the academic super user in the United Kingdom.
- Linh Nguyen, Kim Barbour:
Selfies as expressively authentic identity performance.
- Gilles Sahut, André Tricot:
Wikipedia: An opportunity to rethink the links between sources' credibility, trust, and authority.
- Roger Dawkins:
Tools for jimmying experience: Conceptual speed dating on Facebook.
- Clifford Lynch:
Stewardship in the "Age of Algorithms".
- Ammar Halabi, Basile Zimmermann, Michèle Courant:
Conflict in a digital place.
- Barry Kavanagh:
The use of the Japanese epistemic markers ne, kamo and kana with emoticons in an online female Japanese blogging community.
- Michael Kwet:
Operation Phakisa Education: Why a secret? Mass surveillance, inequality, and race in South Africa's emerging national e-education system.
- Aline Morais, Nazareno Andrade:
Profiles of mapping of content creators in a geo-social network: The case of 21 Brazilian cities.
- Thomas Chesney:
Authority baiting as art: On patrol with the Love Police.
- Lene Pettersen:
Rating mechanisms among participants in sharing economy platforms.
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