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- Emma Baulch, Ariadna Matamoros-Fernández, Amelia Johns:
Introduction: Ten years of WhatsApp: The role of chat apps in the formation and mobilization of online publics.
- Emiliano Treré:
The banality of WhatsApp: On the everyday politics of backstage activism in Mexico and Spain.
- Stefania Milan, Sérgio Barbosa:
Enter the WhatsApper: Reinventing digital activism at the time of chat apps.
- Amelia Johns:
'This will be the WhatsApp election': Crypto-publics and digital citizenship in Malaysia's GE14 election.
- Ariadna Matamoros-Fernández:
'El Negro de WhatsApp' meme, digital blackface, and racism on social media.
- Marcelo Santos, Magdalena Saldaña, Andrés Rosenberg:
From access deprivation to skill acquisition: Cluster analysis of user behavior in face of a 12-hour legal blockage of WhatsApp in Brazil.
- Edgar Gómez Cruz, Ramaswami Harindranath:
WhatsApp as 'technology of life': Reframing research agendas.
- Natalie Pang, Yue Ting Woo:
What about WhatsApp? A systematic review of WhatsApp and its role in civic and political engagement.
- Liliana Bounegru, Kari De Pryck, Tommaso Venturini, Michele Mauri:
"We only have 12 years": YouTube and the IPCC report on global warming of 1.5ºC.
- Caitlin Ring Carlson, Hayley Rousselle:
Report and repeat: Investigating Facebook's hate speech removal process.
- Paul J. Reilly:
PSNIRA vs. peaceful protesters? YouTube, sousveillance and the policing of the union flag protests.
- Anders Olof Larsson:
Fear and loathing on Facebook? Tracking the rise of populism and platformization in viral political Facebook posts.
- Luciano Paccagnella:
Social network sites as empowerment tools in consensual non-monogamies. The case of polyamory in Italy.
- Cole Stratton:
Platform politics: Software as strategy in Apple's platform ecosystem.
- Erin M. Sumner, Rebecca A. Hayes, Caleb T. Carr, Donghee Yvette Wohn:
Assessing the cognitive and communicative properties of Facebook Reactions and Likes as lightweight feedback cues.
- Jeff Hemsley, Ingrid Erickson, Mohammad Hossein Jarrahi, Amir Karami:
Digital nomads, coworking, and other expressions of mobile work on Twitter.
- Simon Malevich, Tom Robertson:
Violence begetting violence: An examination of extremist content on deep Web social networks.
- Mark Ledwich, Anna Zaitsev:
Algorithmic extremism: Examining YouTube's rabbit hole of radicalization.
- Niels Brügger, Janne Nielsen, Ditte Laursen:
Big data experiments with the archived Web: Methodological reflections on studying the development of a nation's Web.
- Jorge Martins Rosa, Cristian Jiménez Ruiz:
Reason vs. emotion in the Brexit campaign: How key political actors and their followers used Twitter.
- Maria João Silva:
Children using electronic sensors to create and use knowledge on environmental health.
- Sushil Sharma, Pietro Murano:
A usability evaluation of Web user interface scrolling types.
- Sanna Malinen, Aki Koivula:
Influencers and targets on social media: Investigating the impact of network homogeneity and group identification on online influence.
- Chong Zhang:
Who bypasses the Great Firewall in China?
- Maximilian Roele, Janelle Ward, Max J. van Duijn:
Tweet with a smile: The selection and use of emoji on Twitter in the Netherlands and England.
- Christopher Whyte:
Of commissars, cults and conspiratorial communities: The role of countercultural spaces in "democracy hacking" campaigns.
- Emma Dahlin:
Approaching media as socio-technical assemblages in a datafied age.
- Laurence Dierickx:
Journalists as end-users: Quality management principles applied to the design process of news automation.
- Saskia Mühlbach, Payal Arora:
Behind the music: How labor changed for musicians through the subscription economy.
- Mareile Kaufmann, Anna Leander, Nanna Bonde Thylstrup:
Beyond cyberutopia and digital disenchantment Pragmatic engagements with and from within the Internet.
- Luisa Cruz Lobato, Cristiana Gonzalez:
Embodying the Web, recoding gender: How feminists are shaping progressive politics in Latin America.
- Rianka Singh:
Resistance in a minor key Care, survival and convening on the margins.
- Mareile Kaufmann:
- Alexei Tsinovoi:
The management of visibility in digital diplomacy: Infrastructures and techniques.
- Kathrin Maurer, Christian F. Rostbøll:
Demoxie: Reflections on digital democracy in Dave Eggers' novel The Circle.
- Emilio Ferrara:
What types of COVID-19 conspiracies are populated by Twitter bots?
- Natalia Mielczarek:
The Situation Room icon and its Internet memes: Subversion of the Osama bin Laden raid and fragmentation of iconicity in remix culture.
- Samuel Merrill:
Sweden then vs. Sweden now The memetic normalisation of far-right nostalgia.
- Carolina Are:
A corpo-civic space: A notion To address social media's corporate/civic hybridity.
- Julian Kilker:
Beyond accessibility Design ethics, edge users, and the role of active proxies in unwinding the spiral of exclusion.
- Clarissa Ai Ling Lee, Eric Kerr:
Trolls at the polls What cyberharassment, online political activism, and baiting algorithms can show us about the rise and fall of Pakatan Harapan (May 2018-February 2020).
- Jiawei Xing, Matthew Vetter:
Editing for equity: Understanding instructor motivations for integrating cross-disciplinary Wikipedia assignments.
- Laura Robinson, Jeremy Schulz, Noah McClain, Timothy Hale, Heloisa Pait, Massimo Ragnedda, Joseph D. Straubhaar, Aneka Khilnani, Natalia Tolentino:
Global perspectives on digital inequalities and solutions to them.
- Laura Robinson, Jeremy Schulz, Grant Blank, Massimo Ragnedda, Hiroshi Ono, Bernie Hogan, Gustavo S. Mesch, Shelia R. Cotten, Susan B. Kretchmer, Timothy M. Hale, Tomasz Drabowicz, Pu Yan, Barry Wellman, Molly-Gloria Harper, Anabel Quan-Haase, Hopeton S. Dunn, Antonio A. Casilli, Paola Tubaro, Rod Carvath, Wenhong Chen, Julie B. Wiest, Matias Dodel, Michael J. Stern, Christopher Ball, Kuo-Ting Huang, Aneka Khilnani:
Digital inequalities 2.0: Legacy inequalities in the information age.
- Laura Robinson, Jeremy Schulz, Hopeton S. Dunn, Antonio A. Casilli, Paola Tubaro, Rod Carvath, Wenhong Chen, Julie B. Wiest, Matias Dodel, Michael J. Stern, Christopher Ball, Kuo-Ting Huang, Grant Blank, Massimo Ragnedda, Hiroshi Ono, Bernie Hogan, Gustavo S. Mesch, Shelia R. Cotten, Susan B. Kretchmer, Timothy M. Hale, Tomasz Drabowicz, Pu Yan, Barry Wellman, Molly-Gloria Harper, Anabel Quan-Haase, Aneka Khilnani:
Digital inequalities 3.0: Emergent inequalities in the information age.
- Simeon J. Yates, Elinor Carmi, Eleanor Lockley, Alicja Pawluczuk, Tom French, Stephanie Vincent:
Who are the limited users of digital systems and media? An examination of U.K. evidence.
- Matias Dodel, Daniela Kaiser, Gustavo S. Mesch:
Determinants of cyber-safety behaviors in a developing economy The role of socioeconomic inequalities, digital skills and perception of cyber-threats.
- Duygu Özsoy, Eyyup Akbulut, Sait Sinan Atilgan, Glenn Muschert:
Digital skills and political participation in northeast Anatolia, Turkey.
- Maria Laura Ruiu, Massimo Ragnedda:
Digital capital and online activities: An empirical analysis of the second level of digital divide.
- Laura Hosman, Coreen Walsh, Martin Andrés Pérez Comisso, Jared Sidman:
Building online skills in off-line realities The SolarSPELL Initiative (Solar Powered Educational Learning Library).
- Melissa Santillana, Joe Sraubhaar, Alexis Schrubbe, Jaewon Choi, Sharon Strover:
Digital inequalities: Homework gap and techno-capital in Austin, Texas.
- Eduardo Villanueva Mansilla:
ICT policies in Latin America: Long-term inequalities and the role of globalized policy-making.
- Lloyd Levine:
Connecting research to policy: Understanding macro and micro policy-makers and their processes.
- Laura Robinson, Jeremy Schulz, Aneka Khilnani, Hiroshi Ono, Shelia R. Cotten, Noah McClain, Lloyd Levine, Wenhong Chen, Gejun Huang, Antonio A. Casilli, Paola Tubaro, Matías Dodel, Anabel Quan-Haase, Maria Laura Ruiu, Massimo Ragnedda, Deb Aikat, Natalia Tolentino:
Digital inequalities in time of pandemic: COVID-19 exposure risk profiles and new forms of vulnerability.
- Bernhard Rieder, Òscar Coromina, Ariadna Matamoros-Fernández:
Mapping YouTube A quantitative exploration of a platformed media system.
- Magnus Knustad:
Get lost, troll: How accusations of trolling in newspaper comment sections affect the debate.
- Krzysztof Wasilewski:
When technology meets ideology Frame analysis of ideological discourses on the nature of the Internet in American magazines of opinion (1995-2019).
- Dana Reijerkerk:
UX design in online catalogs: Practical issues with implementing traditional knowledge (TK) labels.
- Daniela Stockmann, Felix Garten, Ting Luo:
Who is a PRC user? Comparing Chinese social media user agreements.
- Mikhail Fiadotau:
Growing old on Newgrounds: The hopes and quandaries of Flash game preservation.
- Adrienne Shaw, Christopher J. Persaud:
Beyond texts: Using queer readings to document LGBTQ game content.
- Devendra Dilip Potnis, Bhakti Gala, Kanchan Deosthali:
Investigating "message forwarding behavior" of mobile phone users Exploring the link between message content, user sentiment, and user intention to forward messages on social media-based instant messaging platforms.
- Edward J. Valauskas:
Lem on Earth, just in time: A review of Stanisław Lem at MIT Press.
- Edward J. Valauskas:
Urey conquers the universe, almost: A review of The Life and Science of Harold C. Urey.
- Ahmed Al-Rawi, Anis Rahman:
Manufacturing rage: The Russian Internet Research Agency's political astroturfing on social media.
- Vlad Achimescu, Dan Sultanescu:
Feeding the troll detection algorithm Informal flags used as labels in classification models to identify perceived computational propaganda.
- John H. Parmelee, Nataliya Roman:
The strength of no-tie relationships: Political leaders' Instagram posts and their followers' actions and views.
- James P. Purdy:
A decade of writing on Wikipedia A comparative study of three articles.
- Rodrigo Argenton Freire, Evandro Ziggiatti Monteiro:
Measuring the development and communication of open design communities: The case of the OpenAg Initiative.
- Mahitab Ezz El DIn:
Arab diaspora online media in Sweden Arab migrants' identity discourses on the AlKompis Facebook page.
- Khandis Blake, Megan Godwin, Stephen Whyte:
"I sexually identify as an Attack Helicopter": Incels, trolls, and non-binary gender politics online.
- Mara-Florina Steiu:
Blockchain in education: Opportunities, applications, and challenges.
- Marika Cifor, Cait McKinney:
Reclaiming HIV/AIDS in digital media studies.
- Calvin A. Liang, Jevan Alexander Hutson, Os Keyes:
Surveillance, stigma & sociotechnical design for HIV.
- Joan Lubin, Jeanne Vaccaro:
AIDS infrastructures, queer networks: Architecting the critical path.
- Stephen Molldrem:
How to build an HIV out of care watch list: Remaking HIV surveillance in the era of treatment as prevention.
- Alexandra Juhasz, Theodore Kerr:
Watching and talking about AIDS: Analog tapes, digital cultures, and strategies for connection.
- Kathryn Brewster, Bonnie Ruberg:
SURVIVORS: Archiving the history of bulletin board systems and the AIDS crisis.
- Emerich Daroya:
Online 'barebacking' community and the creation of 'sex pig' identities: Exploring affordances of a Web forum in celebrating sexual excess.
- Katherine Marie Morrison, Andy Uhrich:
We know Ryan White.
- Miles C. Coleman, Joy M. Cypher:
The digital rhetorics of AIDS denialist networked publics.
- Emilio Ferrara, Herbert H. C. Chang, Emily Chen, Goran Muric, Jaimin Patel:
Characterizing social media manipulation in the 2020 U.S. presidential election.
- Eszter Hargittai, Elissa M. Redmiles, Jessica Vitak, Michael Zimmer:
Americans' willingness to adopt a COVID-19 tracking app The role of app distributor.
- Massimo Stella:
Social discourse and reopening after COVID-19 A post-lockdown analysis of flickering emotions and trending stances in Italy.
- Greg Elmer, Sabrina Ward-Kimola, Anthony Glyn Burton:
Crowdfunding during COVID-19: An international comparison of online fundraising.
- Will Mari:
A short history of pandemic coverage on the Internet SARS, H1N1 and MERS.
- A. S. M. Kayes, Md. Saiful Islam, Paul A. Watters, Alex Ng, Humayun Kayesh:
Automated measurement of attitudes towards social distancing using social media: A COVID-19 case study.
- Daniël de Zeeuw, Sal Hagen, Stijn Peeters, Emilija Jokubauskaite:
Tracing normiefication A cross-platform analysis of the QAnon conspiracy theory.
- Caitlin Ring Carlson, Haley Witt:
Online harassment of U.S. women journalists and its impact on press freedom.
- Tendai Makasi, Alireza Nili, Kevin C. Desouza, Mary Tate:
Chatbot-mediated public service delivery A public service value-based framework.
- Severin Engelmann, Jens Grossklags, Lisa Herzog:
Should users participate in governing social media? Philosophical and technical considerations of democratic social media.
- Alex Beattie, Michael S. Daubs:
Framing 'digital well-being' as a social good.
- Laura March:
Rebel reviewers: Social media review pages as sites of Confederate memorial discourses.
- Gry Hasselbalch:
Culture by design A data interest analysis of the European AI policy agenda.
- Piotr Siuda:
A city as a virtual community - Several perspectives.
- Kate G. Blackburn, Jonnie Hontanosas, Kinda Nahas, Karishma Bajaj, Rachel Thompson, Abbie Monaco, Yaretzi Campos, Tien Tran, Shania Obregon, Everett Wetchler:
Food foraging online: Exploring how we choose which recipes to search and share.
- Shekhar Shukla:
Infodemic amid the COVID-19 pandemic Leveraging blockchain for trusted information ecosystems.
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