- Joseph Reagle:
Nerd vs. bro: Geek privilege, idiosyncrasy, and triumphalism.
- Shailesh B. Pandey, Nischal Regmi:
Changing connectivities and renewed priorities: Status and challenges facing Nepali Internet.
- Gwen Shaffer:
A critical discourse analysis of how the telecommunications industry influenced VoIP deregulation legislation in 36 states.
- Lindsay Kistler Mattock, Colleen Theisen, Jennifer Burek Pierce:
A case for digital squirrels: Using and preserving YouTube for popular culture research.
- Teo Keipi, Ilkka Koiranen, Aki Koivula, Pekka Räsänen:
Assessing the social media landscape: Online relational use-purposes and life satisfaction among Finns.
- Michael J. Hughes:
What motivates the authors of video game walkthroughs and FAQs? A study of six GameFAQs contributors.
- Hantian Zhang:
Evoking presence in vlogging: A case study of U. K. beauty blogger Zoe Sugg.
- Hassan Masum, Mark Tovey:
Goals for algorithmic genies.
- Sikana Tanupabrungsun, Jeff Hemsley, Bryan C. Semaan:
Information affordances: Studying the information processing activities of the core Occupy actors on Twitter.
- F. Xavier Olleros:
Antirival goods, network effects and the sharing economy.
- Shagun Jhaver, Larry Chan, Amy S. Bruckman:
The view from the other side: The border between controversial speech and harassment on Kotaku in Action.
- Robert M. Pallitto:
Irresistible bargains: Navigating the surveillance society.
- Michelle I. Seelig:
Social activism: Engaging millennials in social causes.
- Hananel Rosenberg:
Home, front, and mobile phones: The case of the Second Lebanon War.
- Hee Jhee Jiow, Rayvinder Jit Singh Athwal, Ling Ling Chew, Muhammad Helmi Elias, Nina Lim, Qin Ting Lye, Xin Yu Ng, Kenneth Woo:
Perceptions of video gaming careers and its implications on parental mediation.
- Carolyn Elerding, Roopika Risam:
Introduction: A gathering of feminist perspectives on digital labor.
- Kylie Jarrett:
Laundering women's history: A feminist critique of the social factory.
- Elizabeth M. Losh:
Home inspection: Mina Rees and national computing infrastructure.
- Sarah T. Roberts:
Digital detritus: 'Error' and the logic of opacity in social media content moderation.
- Mél Hogan:
Data is airborne; Data is inborn: The labor of the body in technoecologies.
- Roopika Risam:
Diversity work and digital carework in higher education.
- Carolyn Elerding:
The digital labor of queering feminist Web TV.
- Rodrigo Sandoval-Almazán, Andrea L. Kavanaugh:
Introduction to the special issue on social media and government.
- Andrea L. Kavanaugh, Ziqian Song:
Engaging a community through social media-based topics and interactions.
- J. Ignacio Criado, Julián Villodre:
Public employees in social media communities: Exploring factors for internal collaboration using social network analysis.
- Qianli Yuan, Mila Gascó:
Citizens' use of microblogging and government communication during emergencies: A case study on water contamination in Shanghai.
- Mahdi M. Najafabadi, Robert J. Domanski:
Hacktivism and distributed hashtag spoiling on Twitter: Tales of the #IranTalks.
- Nic DePaula, Ersin Dincelli:
Information strategies and affective reactions: How citizens interact with government social media content.
- Rodrigo Sandoval-Almazán, David Valle Cruz:
Towards an understanding of Twitter networks: The case of the state of Mexico.
- Volodymyr Lysenko, Catherine Brooks:
Russian information troops, disinformation, and democracy.
- Travis Wall, Teodor Mitew:
Swarm networks and the design process of a distributed meme warfare campaign.
- Andreas Birkbak:
Into the wild online: Learning from Internet trolls.
- Shazeda Ahmed, Steven Weber:
China's long game in techno-nationalism.
- Onur Varol, Ismail Uluturk:
Deception strategies and threats for online discussions.
- Joanna C. Yau, Stephanie M. Reich, Yiran Wang, Melissa Niiya, Gloria Mark:
More friends, more interactions? The association between network size and interactions on Facebook.
- Radhika Garg:
Open data privacy and security policy issues and its influence on embracing the Internet of Things.
- Melissa Villa-Nicholas:
Terror by telephone: Normative anxieties around obscene calls in the 1960s.
- Giuliana Cucinelli, Émilie René-Véronneau, Belinda Oldford:
Interactive documentaries and the connected viewer experience: Conversations with Katerina Cizek, Brett Gaylor, Jeff Soyk, and Florian Thalhofer.
- Joni Salminen, Sercan Sengün, Haewoon Kwak, Bernard J. Jansen, Jisun An, Soon-Gyo Jung, Sarah Vieweg, D. Fox Harrell:
From 2, 772 segments to five personas: Summarizing a diverse online audience by generating culturally adapted personas.
- Jenna Burrell:
Thinking relationally about digital inequality in rural regions of the U.S.
- Younei Soe:
Understanding politics more thoroughly: How highly engaged young citizens use the Internet for civic knowledge integration.
- Agnese Vellar:
#anawarrior identities and the stigmatization process: An ethnography in Italian networked publics.
- Paul Manning:
Animating virtual worlds: Emergence and ecological animation of Ryzom's living world of Atys.
- Patrick Chin-Hooi Soh, Kian Yeik Koay, Vivien K. G. Lim:
Understanding cyberloafing by students through the lens of an extended theory of planned behavior.
- G. Anthony Giannoumis:
Accessibility of anonymity networks: How can Web accessibility policies promote the usability of darknets for persons with disabilities?
- Cristina Rosales Sánchez:
International comparison of active citizenship by using Twitter data, the case of England and the Netherlands.
- Jen Jack Gieseking, Jessa Lingel, Daniel Cockayne:
What's queer about Internet studies now?
- Mia Fischer, Oliver L. Haimson, Carmen Rios, Adrienne Shaw, Mitali Thakor, Jen Jack Gieseking, Daniel Cockayne:
A conversation: Queer digital media resources and research.
- T. L. Cowan:
The Internet of Bawdies: Transmedial drag and the onlining of trans-feminist and queer performance archives, a workshop essay.
- Shaka McGlotten, Katherine Sender:
Intimate immanence: A conversation between Shaka McGlotten and Katherine Sender.
- Jen Jack Gieseking, Jessa Lingel, Daniel Cockayne:
Queer Internet studies recommended reading list.
- Michelle A. Marzullo, Jasmine Rault, T. L. Cowan:
"Can I study you?" Cross-disciplinary conversations in queer Internet studies.
- Vanessa Kitzie:
"I pretended to be a boy on the Internet": Navigating affordances and constraints of social networking sites and search engines for LGBTQ+ identity work.
- Andi Schwartz:
Locating Femme Theory Online.
- Lisa Henderson:
Still queer - or, what is queer Internet studies for those who don't study the Internet?
- Jaigris Hodson, Chandell Gosse, George Veletsianos, Shandell Houlden:
I get by with a little help from my friends: The ecological model and support for women scholars experiencing online harassment.
- Britt S. Paris:
Time constructs: Discursive temporality in the future Internet.
- Alexander van Deursen, Lila Solis Andrade:
First- and second-level digital divides in Cuba: Differences in Internet motivation, access, skills and usage.
- William T. Howe, Sun Kyong Lee:
Social exchange is in the game: Communication and resource flow in a Xbox gaming clan.
- James F. Popham:
A self-efficacy informed approach to anonymously locating digital disruptors.
- Anders Olof Larsson:
Thumbs up, thumbs down? Likes and dislikes as popularity drivers of political YouTube videos.
- Helton Levy:
Online self-representation in Brazil's favelas: Personalising the periphery.
- Britt S. Paris:
Finding time in a future Internet.
- Clemens Apprich:
The (Post-)Digital Condition - An Interview with Felix Stalder.
- Crystal Abidin, Joel Gn:
Between art and application: Special issue on emoji epistemology.
- Alisa Freedman:
Cultural literacy in the empire of emoji signs: Who is crying with joy?
- Gabriele de Seta:
Biaoqing: The circulation of emoticons, emoji, stickers, and custom images on Chinese digital media platforms.
- Ariadna Matamoros-Fernández:
Inciting anger through Facebook reactions in Belgium: The use of emoji and related vernacular expressions in racist discourse.
- Luke Stark:
Facial recognition, emotion and race in animated social media.
- Bethany Berard:
I second that emoji: The standards, structures, and social production of emoji.
- Joel Gn:
Emoji as a 'language' of cuteness.
- SooJin Lee:
Emoji at MoMA: Considering the 'original emoji' as art.
- Tim Highfield:
Emoji hashtags // hashtag emoji: Of platforms, visual affect, and discursive flexibility.
- Miha Kovac, Adriaan van der Weel:
Reading in the era of digitisation: An introduction to the special issue.
- Miha Kovac, Adriaan van der Weel:
Reading in a post-textual era.
- Anne Mangen:
Modes of writing in a digital age: The good, the bad and the unknown.
- Hildegunn Støle:
Why digital natives need books: The myth of the digital native.
- Moniek M. Kuijpers:
Bibliotherapy in the age of digitization.
- Pasqualina Sorrentino:
The mystery of the digital natives' existence: Questioning the validity of the Prenskian metaphor.
- Theresa Schilhab, Gitte Balling, Anezka Kuzmicová:
Decreasing materiality from print to screen reading.
- Mirit Barzillai, Jenny M. Thomson:
Children learning to read in a digital world.
- Morten Bay:
Weaponizing the haters: The Last Jedi and the strategic politicization of pop culture through social media manipulation.
- George Veletsianos, Royce Kimmons, Olga Belikov, Nicole Johnson:
Scholars' temporal participation on, temporary disengagement from, and return to Twitter.
- Gemma Newlands, Christoph Lutz, Christian Pieter Hoffmann:
Sharing by proxy: Invisible users in the sharing economy.
- Jing Ge, Susan C. Herring:
Communicative functions of emoji sequences on Sina Weibo.
- Phuong Hoan Le, Yuping Mao:
Reddit as a new platform for public relations: Organizations' use of dialogic principles and their publics' responses in the subreddit IAmA.
- Anindita Paul, Kim M. Thompson:
Negotiating digital spaces in everyday life: A case study of Indian women and their digital use.
- David Zeitlyn, Megan Beardmore-Herd:
Testing Google Scholar bibliographic data: Estimating error rates for Google Scholar citation parsing.
- Aqdas Malik, Aditya Johri, Rajat Handa, Habib Karbasian, Hemant Purohit:
How social media supports hashtag activism through multivocality: A case study of #ILookLikeanEngineer.
- Giyoung Park:
Eating (alone) with Facebook: Digital natives' transition to college.
- Michael Bossetta:
A simulated cyberattack on Twitter: Assessing partisan vulnerability to spear phishing and disinformation ahead of the 2018 U.S. midterm elections.
- Marta Poblet:
Distributed, privacy-enhancing technologies in the 2017 Catalan referendum on independence: New tactics and models of participatory democracy.
- John C. Paolillo:
The Flat Earth phenomenon on YouTube.
- Omri Reis:
"Anonymous calling": The WikiScanner scandals and anonymity on the Japanese Wikipedia.
- Mogens Olesen:
Balancing media environments: Design principles for digital learning in Danish upper secondary schools.
- Peter Vistisen, Thessa Jensen:
Designers as fans: Bottom-up online explorations of new technology concepts as a genre of design fan fictions.
- Serena Henderson, Nathaniel Ostashewski:
Barriers, incentives, and benefits of the open educational resources (OER) movement: An exploration into instructor perspectives.
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