Social Media Research

  1. Acquisti, Alessandro, and Gross, Ralph. (2006). Imagined Communities: Awareness, Information Sharing, and Privacy on the Facebook.In Golle, P. and Danezis, G. (Eds.), Proceedings of 6th Workshop on Privacy Enhancing Technologies. (pp. 36--58).Cambridge, U.K. Robinson College. June 28-30. (conference paper)
  2. Acquisti, Alessandro, and Gross, Ralph. (2009). Predicting Social Security numbers from public data. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 106 (27), 10975-10980. (journal article)
  3. Adamic, Lada, Buyukkokten,Orkut, and Eytan Adar. (2003). A social network caught in the Web. First Monday, 8 (6). (journal article)
  4. Agarwal, S., and Mital, M.. (2009). Focus on Business Practices: An Exploratory Study of Indian University Students' Use of Social Networking Web Sites: Implications for the Workplace. Business Communication Quarterly. (journal article)
  5. Ahn, Yong-Yeol, Han, S., Kwak, H., Moon, S., and Jeong, H.. (2007). Analysis of topological characteristics of huge online social networking services. WWW '07: Proceedings of the 16th international conference on World Wide Web. (pp. 835-844).New York, NY, USA (conference paper)
  6. Ajith Sundaram. (2009). MR. (mastersthesis)
  7. Ajith Sundaram. (2010). Evaluation of Social networking sites for business application. (mastersthesis)
  8. Albrechtslund, Anders. (2008). Online Social Networking as Participatory Surveillance. First Monday, 13 (3). (journal article)
  9. Aleksandra Korolova, Rajeev Motwani, Shubha U. Nabar, and Ying Xu. (2008). Link privacy in social networks. Proceedings of the 17th ACM conference on Information and Knowledge Management (CIKM\'08). (pp. 289-298). ACM. (conference paper)
  10. Ambrose, David. (2007). Virtual Interactive Communication: A Bicultural Survey Through the Lens of Web 2.0. Department of German (unpublished)
  11. Andrejevic, Mark. (2005). The work of watching one another: Lateral surveillance, risk and governance. Surveillance & Society, 2 (4), 479-497. (journal article)
  12. Athanasopoulos, E.A. Makridakis, Antonatos, S., Antoniades, D., Ioannidis, S., Anagnostakis, K.G., and Markatos, E.P.. (2008). Antisocial Networks: Turning a Social Network into a Botnet. (techreport)
  13. Back, M. D., Stopfer, J. M., Vazire, S., Gaddis, S., Schmukle, S. C., Egloff, B., and Gosling, S. D. (2010). Facebook profiles reflect actual personality, not self-idealization.. Psychological Science, 21, 372-374. (journal article)
  14. Backstrom, Lars, Dwork, C., and Kleinberg, Jon. (2007). Wherefore art thou r3579x? anonymized social networks, hidden patterns, and structural steganography. Proceedings of the 16th international conference on World Wide Web. (pp. 181-190). (conference paper)
  15. Backstrom, Lars, Huttenlocher, Dan, Kleinberg, Jon, and Xiangyang Lan. (2006). Group Formation in Large Social Networks: Membership, Growth, and Evolution. Proceedings of the 12th International Conference on Knowledge Discovery in Data Mining. (pp. 44-54).New York ACM Press. (conference paper)
  16. Baker, James R., and Moore, Susan M.. (2008). Distress, coping, and blogging: Comparing new Myspace users by their intention to blog. CyberPsychology & Behavior, 11 (1), 81-85. (journal article)
  17. Barker, Valerie. (2009). Older Adolescents' Motivations for Social Network Site Use: The Influence of Gender, Group Identity, and Collective Self-Esteem. CyberPsychology & Behavior. 1-5 (journal article)
  18. Barnes, Susan. (2006). A privacy paradox: Social networking in the United States. First Monday, 11 (9). (journal article)
  19. Baumgartner, J.C., and Morris, J.S.. (2010). MyFaceTube Politics Social Networking Web Sites and Political Engagement of Young Adults. Social Science Computer Review, 28(1). (journal article)
  20. Baym, Nancy. (2007). The new shape of online community: The example of Swedish independent music fandom. First Monday, 12 (8). (journal article)
  21. Beer, David. (2008). Social network(ing) sites...revisiting the story so far: A response to danah boyd & Nicole Ellison. Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication, 13 (2), 516-529. (journal article)
  22. Beer, David. (2008). Making Friends with Jarvis Cocker: Music Culture in the Context of Web 2.0. Cultural Sociology, 2 (2), 222-241. (journal article)
  23. Bernd Ploderer, Steve Howard, and Peter Thomas. (in press). Collaboration on Social Network Sites: Amateurs, Professionals and Celebrities. Computer Supported Cooperative Work (CSCW), online first. (journal article)
  24. Bigge, Ryan. (2006). The cost of (anti-)social networks: Identity, agency and neo-luddites. First Monday, 11 (12). (journal article)
  25. Boase, J., Horrigan, J., Wellman, B., and Rainie, L. (2006). The Strength of Internet Ties: The internet and email aid users in maintaining their social networks and provide pathways to help when people face big decisions. (techreport)
  26. Bonneau, Joseph, Anderson, Jonathan, Anderson, Ross, and Stajano, Frank. (2009). Eight Friends are Enough: Social Graph Approximation via Public Listings. In proceedings of the Second ACM Workshop on Social Network Systems. (conference paper)
  27. Bonneau, Joseph, Anderson, Jonathan, and Danezis, George. (2009). Prying Data Out of a Social Network. To be presented at the 2009 International Conference on Advances in Social Network Analysis and Mining, 2009. (journal article)
  28. boyd, danah. (2008). Taken Out of Context: American Teen Sociality in Networked Publics. (phdthesis)
  29. boyd, danah. (2008). Facebook's Privacy Trainwreck: Exposure, Invasion, and Social Convergence. Convergence, 14(1). (journal article)
  30. boyd, danah. (2008). Why Youth (Heart) Social Network Sites: The Role of Networked Publics in Teenage Social Life. MacArthur Foundation Series on Digital Learning - Youth, Identity, and Digital Media Volume. (pp. 119-142).Cambridge MIT Press. (book chapter)
  31. boyd, danah. (2008). None of this is Real.In Joe Karaganis (Eds.), Structures of Participation.New York (book chapter)
  32. boyd, danah. (2007). Social Network Sites: Public, Private, or What?. (journal article)
  33. boyd, danah. (2006). Friends, Friendsters, and MySpace Top 8: Writing Community Into Being on Social Network Sites. First Monday, 11 (12). (journal article)
  34. boyd, danah. (2004). Friendster and Publicly Articulated Social Networks. Proceedings of ACM Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI 2004). (pp. 1279 - 1282). ACM Press. Vienna, April 24-29 (conference paper)
  35. boyd, danah. (2006). G/localization: When Global Information and Local Interaction Collide. O'Reilly Emerging Technology Conference.San Diego, CA March 6.
  36. boyd, danah. (2006). Identity Production in a Networked Culture: Why Youth Heart MySpace. AAAS 2006.St. Louis, Missouri February 19. (part of panel: 'It's 10PM: Do You Know Where Your Children Are ... Online!')
  37. boyd, danah. (2006). Friendster lost steam. Is MySpace just a fad?. Apophenia Blog (unpublished)
  38. boyd, danah, , and Hargittai, Eszter. (2010). Facebook Privacy Settings: Who Cares?. First Monday, 15 (8). (journal article)
  39. boyd, danah, and Ellison, Nicole. (2007). Social Network Sites: Definition, History, and Scholarship. JCMC, 13 (1). [Special Issue of JCMC on Social Network Sites, Eds.: danah boyd and Nicole Ellison.] (journal article)
  40. boyd, danah, and Heer, Jeffrey. (2006). Profiles as Conversation: Networked Identity Performance on Friendster. Proceedings of Thirty-Ninth Hawai'i International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS-39), Persistent Conversation Track. IEEE Press. Kauai, HI, January 4 - 7. (conference paper)
  41. boyd, danah, and Jenkins, Henry. (2006). Discussion: MySpace and Deleting Online Predators Act. MIT Tech Talk (unpublished)
  42. Brady Robards. (2010). Randoms in my bedroom: Negotiating privacy and unsolicited contact on social network sites. PRism, 7(3). (journal article)
  43. Brake, David. (2009). Shaping the 'Me' in MySpace: The Framing of Profiles on a Social Network Site in Digital Storytelling, Mediatized Stories: Self-Representations in New Media.In Lundby, K (Eds.), (book chapter)
  44. Buffardi, L. E., and Campbell, W. K.. (2008). Narcissism and Social Networking Web Sites. Pers Soc Psychol Bull. (journal article)
  45. Burke, M., Marlow, C., and Lento, T.. (2009). Feed me: Motivating newcomer contribution in social network sites. ACM CHI 2009: Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems. (conference paper)
  46. Byrne, Dara. (2007). Public Discourse, Community Concerns, and Their Relationship to Civic Engagement: Exploring Black Social Networking Traditions on JCMC, 13 (1). [Special Issue of JCMC on Social Network Sites, Eds.: danah boyd and Nicole Ellison.] (journal article)
  47. Byrne, Dara. (2008). The Future of (the) 'Race': Identity, Discourse and the Rise of Computer-mediated Public Spheres. MacArthur Foundation Book Series on Digital Learning: Race and Ethnicity Volume. (pp. 15-38). MIT Press. (journal article)
  48. Cain, Jeff. (2008). Online social networking issues within academia and pharmacy education. American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education, 72 (1). Article 10 (journal article)
  49. Cain, Jeff, and Fink, Joseph L.. (2010). Legal and ethical issues regarding social media and pharmacy education.. American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education, 74 (10), Article 184. (journal article)
  50. Cain, Jeff, and Romanelli, Frank. (2009). E-professionalism: A new paradigm for a digital age. Currents in Pharmacy Teaching and Learning, 1 (2), 66-70. (journal article)
  51. Cain, Jeff, Scott, D., and Akers, P.. (2009). Pharmacy Students' Facebook Activity and Opinions Regarding Accountability and E-Professionalism. American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education, 73 (6). Article 104 (journal article)
  52. Cain, Jeff, Scott, Doneka R., and Smith, Kelly. (2010). E-Professionalism, social media, and residents: Residency program directors’ views. American Journal of Health-System Pharmacy, 67 (19), 1635-1639. (journal article)
  53. Carroll, K. S.. (2008). Puerto Rican language use on Centro Journal, 20 (1), 96 - 111. (journal article)
  54. Cassell, J., and Cramer, M.. (2007). High Tech or High Risk: Moral Panics about Girls Online.In McPherson, T. (Eds.), The John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation Series on Digital Media and Learning. (pp. 53-75). MIT Press. (book chapter)
  55. Charnigo, Laurie, and Barnett-Ellis, Paula. (2007, March). Checking Out The Impact of a Digital Trend on Academic Libraries. Information Technology and Libraries, 26 (1), 23. (journal article)
  56. Chen, Wei, Yajun Wang, and Siyu Yang. (2009). Efficient Influence Maximization in Social Networks. Proceedings of 15th International Conference on Knowledge Discovery in Data Mining (KDD-2009). ACM Press. Paris, France, June 28-July 1, 2009 (conference paper)
  57. Chew, Monica, Balfanz, Dirk, and Laurie, Ben. (2008). (Under)mining Privacy in Social Networks. (techreport)
  58. Choi, Jaz Hee-jeong. (2006). Living in Cyworld: Contextualising Cy-Ties in South Korea.In Burns, A. and Jacobs, J. (Eds.), Use of Blogs (Digital Formations). (pp. 173-186). Peter Lang. (book chapter)
  59. Christofides, Emily, Muise, Amy, and Desmarais, Serge. (2009). Information Disclosure and Control on Facebook: Are They Two Sides of the Same Coin or Two Different Processes?. CyberPsychology & Behavior, 12 (3), 341-345. (journal article)
  60. Christopherson, K. M.. (2006). The positive and negative implications of anonymity in internet social interactions: On the internet, nobody knows you're a dog. Computers in Human Behavior. (journal article)
  61. Chun, Hyunwoo, Kwak, Haewoon, Eom, Young-Ho, Ahn, Yong-Yeol, Moon, Sue, and Jeong, Hawoong. (2008). Comparison of online social relations in volume vs interaction: a case study of cyworld. Proceedings of the 8th ACM SIGCOMM. (pp. 57-70). ACM. (conference paper)
  62. Clarke, Barbie H.. (2009). Early Adolescents' Use of Social Networking Sites to Maintain Friendship and Explore Identity: Implications for Policy. Policy & Internet, 1 (1). (journal article)
  63. Coenen, T., Kenis, D., Damme, C. V., and Matthys, E.. (2006). Knowledge Sharing over Social Networking Systems: Architecture, Usage Patterns and Their Application. OTM Workshops. (pp. 189-198).
  64. Cohen, Nicole S., and Shade, Leslie Regan. (2008). Gendering Facebook: Privacy and commidification. Feminist Media Studies, 8 (2), 210-214. (journal article)
  65. Connell, R. S.. (2008). Academic Libraries, Facebook and MySpace, and Student Outreach: A Survey of Student Opinion. portal: Libraries and the Academy, 9 (1), 25-36. (journal article)
  66. Cote, M., and Pybus, J.. (2007). Learning to Immaterial Labour 2.0: MySpace and Social Networks. ephemera, 7 (1), 88-106. (journal article)
  67. Counts, S., and Fisher, K. E.. (2008). Mobile Social Networking: An Information Grounds Perspective. In Proceedings of the 41st Annual Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS 2008). (pp. 153).Los Alamitos, CA, USA (conference paper)
  68. Courtois, C., Mechant, P., De Marez, L., and Verleye, G.. (2009). Gratifications and Seeding Behavior of Online Adolescents. Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication, 15 (1), 109-137. (journal article)
  69. Debatin, Bernhard, Lovejoy, Jennette P., Horn, Ann-Kathrin, and Hughes, Brittany N.. (2009). Facebook and Online Privacy: Attitudes, Behaviors, and Unintended Consequences. Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication, 15 (1), 83 - 108. (journal article)
  70. DeKay, S. H.. (2009). Focus on Business Practices: Are Business-Oriented Social Networking Web Sites Useful Resources for Locating Passive Jobseekers? Results of a Recent Survey. Business Communication Quarterly. (journal article)
  71. DeRosa, C., Cantrell, J., Havens, A., Hawk, J., and Jenkins, L.. (2007). Sharing, Privacy and Trust in Our Networked World. (techreport)
  72. Dickman, K., Dutton, E., Gioia, C., Oberhausen, L., and Ravensberg, B.. (2006). Facebook and college students' development of mature relationships. Journal of the Indiana University Student Personnel Association. (journal article)
  73. DiMicco, J. M., and Millen, D. R.. (2007). Identity management: multiple presentations of self in facebook. In GROUP '07: Proceedings of the 2007 international ACM conference on Supporting group work. (pp. 383 - 386).New York, NY, USA (conference paper)
  74. DiPerna, P.. (2006). The Connector Website Model: New Implications for Social Change. American Sociological Association.Montreal, Canada
  75. Dobson, Amy Shields. (2008). Femininities as commodities: cam girl culture. Next wave cultures: feminism, subcultures, activism. (pp. 123-148). (book chapter)
  76. Dobson, Amy Shields. (2010). Bitches, Bunnies and BFFs: a feminist analysis of young women\'s performance of contemporary popular femininities on MySpace. (phdthesis)
  77. Dobson, Amy Shields. (2011). The representation of female friendships on young women’s MySpace profiles: the all-female world and the feminine ‘other’. Youth Culture and Net Culture: Online Social Practices. (pp. 126-152). (book chapter)
  78. Dobson, Amy Shields. (2008). The ‘grotesque body’ in young women’s self-presentation on MySpace. The Australian Sociological Association 2008 Conference: Re-Imagining Society.Melbourne December.
  79. Donath, Judith. (2007). Virtually Trustworthy. Science, 317 (5834), 53-54. (journal article)
  80. Donath, Judith. (2007). Signals in Social Supernets. JCMC, 13 (1). Special Issue of JCMC on Social Network Sites, Eds.: danah boyd and Nicole Ellison (journal article)
  81. Donath, Judith, and boyd, danah. (2004). Public displays of connection. BT Technology Journal, 22 (4), 71-82. (journal article)
  82. Driscoll, Catherine. (2008). This is not a blog: gender, intimacy and community. Feminist Media Studies, 8 (2), 198-202. (journal article)
  83. Driscoll, Catherine, and Melissa Gregg. (2008). Broadcast Yourself: Youth, Community and Intimacy Online.In Rodrigues, Usha Manchanda and Smaill, Belinda (Eds.), Youth, Media and Culture in the Asia-Pacific Region. (pp. 71-86). Cambridge Scholars Press. (book chapter)
  84. Dwyer, Catherine. (2007). Digital Relationships in the 'MySpace' Generation: Results From a Qualitative Study. 40th Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS). Waikoloa, HI (conference paper)
  85. Dwyer, Catherine, Hiltz, Starr Roxanne, and Passerini, Katia. (2007). Trust and Privacy Concern Within Social Networking Sites: A Comparison of Facebook and MySpace. Proceedings of AMCIS 2007. Keystone, CO. (conference paper)
  86. Ellison, N., Lampe, C., and Steinfield, Charles. (2008). Net Worth: Facebook Use and Changes in Social Capital over Time. ICA.
  87. Ellison, N., Steinfield, C., and Lampe, C.. (in press). Connection Strategies: Social capital implications of Facebook-enabled communication practices. New Media and Society, XX. (journal article)
  88. Ellison, N., Steinfield, Charles, and Lampe, C.. (2006). Spatially Bounded Online Social Networks and Social Capital: The Role of Facebook. ICA.
  89. Ellison, Nicole, Lampe, Cliff, and Steinfield, Charles. (2009). Social Network Sites and Society: Current Trends and Future Possibilities. Interactions Magazine, 16 (1). (journal article)
  90. Ellison, Nicole, Steinfield, Charles, and Lampe, Cliff. (2006). The Benefits of Facebook 'Friends:' Social Capital and College Students' Use of Online Social Network Sites. Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication, 12 (3). Article 1. (journal article)
  91. Enochsson, Ann Britt. (2007). Tweens on the Internet: Communication in virtual guest books., 3 (2). (journal article)
  92. Ermecke, Rebecca, Mayrhofer, Philip, and Wagner, Stefan. (2009). Agents of Diffusion - Insights from a Survey of Facebook Users. Proceedings of the Forty-second Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS-2007). IEEE Press. Los Alamitos, CA (conference paper)
  93. Evans, David, Gosling, Samuel, and Caroll, Anthony. (2008). What Elements of an Online Social Networking Profile Predict Target-Rater Agreement in Personality Impressions?. International Conference on Weblogs and Social Media.
  94. Felt, Adrienne, and Evans, David. (2008). Privacy Protection for Social Networking APIs. W2SP '08.
  95. Felt, Adrienne, Hooimeijer, Pieter, Evans, David, and Weimer, Westley. (2008). Talking to Strangers Without Taking Their Candy: Isolating Proxied Content. SocialNets '08. (journal article)
  96. Ferdig, R. E., Dawson, K., Black, E. W., Black, N. M. P., and Thompson, L. A.. (2008). Medical students and residents use of online social networking tools: Implications for teaching professionalism in medical education. First Monday, 13(9). (journal article)
  97. Fogel, J., and Nehmad, E.. (2008). Internet social network communities: Risk taking, trust, and privacy concerns. Computers in Human Behavior, 25, 153 - 160. (journal article)
  98. Fogg, B. J.. (2008). Mass interpersonal persuasion: An early view of a new phenomenon. In Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference on Persuasive Technology. Berlin: Springer (conference paper)
  99. Fono, David, and Raynes-Goldie, Kate. (2006). Hyperfriends and Beyond: Friendship and Social Norms on LiveJournal.In Consalvo, M. and Haythornthwaite, C. (Eds.), Internet Research Annual Volume 4: Selected Papers from the AOIR Conference. (pp. 91-103). Peter Lang. (book chapter)
  100. Fragoso, Suely. (2006). WTF a Crazy Brazilian Invasion.In Sudweeks, F. and Hrachovec, H. (Eds.), Proceedings of CATaC 2006. (pp. 255-274). Murdoch University - School of Information Technology. (conference paper)
  101. Francesca Musiani. (2010). When Social Links are Network Links: The Dawn of Peer-to-Peer Social Networks and Its Implications for Privacy. Observatorio (OBS*), 4 (3), 185-207. (journal article)
  102. Fuchs, Christian. (2009). Social Networking Sites and the Surveillance Society. A Critical Case Study of the Usage of studiVZ, Facebook and MySpace by Students in Salzburg in the Context of Electronic Surveillance. (techreport)
  103. Gajjala, R.. (2007). Shifting Frames: Race, Ethnicity and Intercultural Communication in Online Social Networking and Virtual Work.In Hinner, Michael B. (Eds.), The Role of Communication in Business Transactions and Relationships. (pp. 257 - 276). Peter Lang. (book chapter)
  104. Gaudeul, Alexia, Mathieu, Laurence, and Peroni, Chiara. (2008). Blogs and the Economics of Reciprocal. (techreport)
  105. Geidner, Nicholas W., Flook, Christopher A., and Bell, Mark W.. (2007, April). Masculinity and online social networks: Male self-identification on Eastern Communication Association 98th Annual Meeting.Providence, RI
  106. Gevisa La Rocca. (2010). Follow Me on Analysis of a Distraction Online and of Its Consequences on Daily Life. Journal of Comparative Research in Anthropology and Sociology, Follow Me on Analysis of a Distraction Online and of Its, 89-104. (journal article)
  107. Gilbert, Eric, and Karahalios, Karrie. (2009). Predicting Tie Strength With Social Media. Proceedings of CHI.Boston, MA April 4-9. (conference paper)
  108. Gilbert, Eric, Karahalios, Karrie, and Sandvig, Christian. (2008). The Network in the Garden: An Empirical Analysis of Social Media in Rural Life. ACM CHI 2008. April. April 5-10, Florence Italy
  109. Girard, A., and Fallery, B.. (2009). E-recruitment: new practices, new issues. An exploratory study. 3rd International Workshop on Human Resource Information Systems (HRIS 2009), in conjunction with ICEIS 2009.Milan, Italy May 6-7. INSTICC PRESS, ISBN 978-989-8111-97-5
  110. Gjoka, Minas, Sirivianos, Michael, Markopoulou, Athina, and Yang, Xiaowei. (2008). Poking Facebook: Characterization of OSN Applications. Proceedings of the first workshop on Online social networks. (conference paper)
  111. Golder, Scott, Wilkinson, Dennis, and Huberman, Bernardo. (2007). Rhythms of Social Interaction: Messaging within a Massive Online Network.In Steinfield, C. and Pentland, B. and Ackerman, M. and Contractor, N. (Eds.), Proceedings of Third International Conference on Communities and Technologies. (pp. 41-66). Springer. East Lansing, MI. (conference paper)
  112. Goodings, L., Locke, A.,, and Brown, S. D.. (2007). Social networking technology: place and identity in mediated communities. Journal of Community & Applied Social Psychology, 17 (6), 463-476. (journal article)
  113. Gosling, S. D., Gaddis, S.,, and Vazire, S.. (2007). Personality Impressions Based on Facebook Profiles. In Proceedings of ICWSM 2007. Boulder, Colorado, 2007. (conference paper)
  114. Grasmuch, Sherri, Martin, Jason, and Zhao, Shanyang. (2009). Ethno-Racial Identity Displays on Facebook. Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication, 15 (1). (journal article)
  115. Greenhow, Christine, and Schultz, K.. (2007). Using online social networks in an elective learning environment to support underrepresented students' engagement in education.In Chinn, C.A. and Erkens, G. and Puntambekar, S. (Eds.), Proceedings of the International Society of the Learning Sciences Computer-supported Collaborative Learning Conference. CSCL 2007: New Brunswick, New Jersey, July 16-21. (conference paper)
  116. Gregg, Melissa. (2008). Testing the Friendship: Feminism and the limits of online social networks. Feminist Media Studies, 8 (2), 206 - 209. (journal article)
  117. Griffiths, Marie, and Ben Light. (2008). Social networking and digital gaming media convergence: Classification and its consequences for appropriation. Information Systems Frontiers, 10 (4), 447 - 459. (journal article)
  118. Griffiths, Richard, and Casswell, Sally. (2010). Intoxigenic digital spaces? Youth, social networking sites and alcohol marketing. Drug and Alcohol Review, 29 (5), 525–530. (journal article) (journal article)
  119. Grimmelmann, James. (2009). Saving Facebook. Iowa Law Review, 94, 1137 - 1206. (journal article)
  120. Gross, Ralph, and Acquisti, Alessandro. (2005). Information Revelation and Privacy in Online Social Networks. Proceedings of WPES'05. (pp. 71-80). Alexandria, VA: Association of Computing Machinery (conference paper)
  121. Gueorguieva, V.. (2008). Voters, MySpace, and YouTube: The Impact of Alternative Communication Channels on the 2006 Election Cycle and Beyond. Social Science Computer Review, 26(3), 288-300. (journal article)
  122. Guha, Saikat, Tang, Kevin, and Francis, Paul. (2008). NOYB: Privacy in Online Social Networks. Proceedings of the first workshop on Online social networks. (conference paper)
  123. Haddon, Leslie, and Kim, Shin Dong. (2007). Mobile phones and web-based social networking - Emerging practices in Korea with Cyworld. Journal Of The Communications Network, 6, 5-12. (journal article)
  124. Halvey, M., and Keane, M. T.. (2007). Exploring Social Dynamics in Online Media Sharing. In Proceedings of WWW 2007. (conference paper)
  125. Hargittai, Eszter. (2007). Whose Space? Differences Among Users and Non-Users of Social Network Sites. JCMC, 13 (1). [Special Issue of JCMC on Social Network Sites, Eds.: danah boyd and Nicole Ellison.] (journal article)
  126. Hargittai, Eszter, and Hsieh, Yuli Patrick. (2010). Predictors and Consequences of Differentiated Practices on Social Network Sites. Information, Communication & Society, 13(4), 515-536. (journal article)
  127. Harkness, Darren James. (2008). The Effect of adding a zero: the blog and identity. Department of Humanities Computing (mastersthesis)
  128. Harris, Anita. (2008). Young women, late modern politics, and the participatory possibilities of online cultures. Journal of Youth Studies, 11 (5), 481-495. (journal article)
  129. Heer, Jeffrey, and boyd, danah. (2005). Vizster: Visualizing Online Social Networks. IEEE Proceedings of Symposium on Information Visualization (InfoVis 2005). (pp. 33-40). IEEE Press. Minneapolis, Minnesota, October 23-25. (conference paper)
  130. Hermans, Liesbeth, Vergeer, Maurice, and d'Haenens, Leen. (2009). Internet in the Daily Life of Journalists: Explaining the use of the Internet by Work-Related Characteristics and Professional Opinions. Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication, 15 (1), 138-157. (journal article)
  131. Herring, Susan C.. (2007). Questioning the Generational Divide: Technological Exoticism and Adult Constructions of Online Youth Identity.In Buckingham, D. (Eds.), The John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation Series on Digital Media and Learning. (pp. 71-92). MIT Press. (book chapter)
  132. Herring, Susan C., Paolillo, John C., Ramos-Vielba, Irine, Kouper, Inna, Wright, Elijah, Stoerger, Sharon, Scheidt, Lois Ann, and Clark, Benjamin. (2007). Language networks on LiveJournal. Proceedings of the Fortieth Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS-2007). IEEE Press. (conference paper)
  133. Hewitt, Anne, and Forte, Andrea. (2006). Crossing Boundaries: Identity Management and Student/Faculty Relationships on the Facebook. Poster presented at CSCW, Banff, Alberta (misc)
  134. Hinduja, Sameer, and Patchin, Justin. (2008). Personal information of adolescents on the Internet: A quantitative content analysis of MySpace. Journal of Adolescence, 31 (1), 125 - 146. (journal article)
  135. Hjorth, Larissa. (2008). Home and away: a case study of Cyworld mini-hompy by Korean students studying abroad in Australia. Asian Studies Review.In McLaren, Anne (Eds.), The Internet in East Asia special issue (journal article)
  136. Hjorth, Larissa, and Kim, Heewon. (2005). Being There and Being Here: Gendered Customising of Mobile 3G Practices Through a Case Study in Seoul. Convergence, 11 (2), 49 - 55. (journal article)
  137. Hobgen, G.. (2007). Security Issues and Recommendations for Online Social Networks. (techreport)
  138. Hodge, Matthew J.. (2006). The Fourth Amendment and privacy issues on the 'new' internet: and Southern Illinois University Law Journal, 31. (journal article)
  139. Hodkinson, Paul. (2007). Interactive Online Journals and Individualisation. New Media and Society, 9 (4), 625 - 650. (journal article)
  140. Hodkinson, Paul. (2006). Subcultural Blogging? Online Journals and Group Involvement Among UK Goths.In Bruns, A. and Jacobs, J. (Eds.), Uses of Blogs. (pp. 187 - 199). Peter Lang. (book chapter)
  141. Hodkinson, Paul, and Lincoln, Sian. (2008). Online Journals as Virtual Bedrooms? Young People, Identity and Personal Space. YOUNG, 16 (1). (journal article)
  142. Hogan, Bernie. (2008). Analyzing Social Networks via the Internet.In Fielding, Nigel and Lee, Raymond M. and Blank, Grant (Eds.), Sage Handbook of Online Research Methods. (pp. 141-160). Sage. (book chapter)
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