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A typology of social networking sites users

Petter Bae Brandtzaeg, Jan Heim
2011 International Journal of Web Based Communities  
Social networking sites (SNSs) are said to be new important means of participating, communicating, and gaining social capital.  ...  This article proposes a user typology for SNSs, which identifies and describes the variety of ways in which people use SNSs.  ...  Research Council of Norway.  ... 
doi:10.1504/ijwbc.2011.038124 fatcat:ghmw3dmgbzacnddlgmrmbpw24e

TYPOLOGIE UŽIVATELŮ: SOCIÁLNÍ SÍTĚ A KNIHOVNY Typology of users: social networks and libraries

Štěpánka Tůmová, Recenzenti, Mgr Marek, Vetchý Mgr, Juráš
Klíčová slova: Knihovny-sociální média-sociální sítě-typologie uživatelů-informační potřeby-informační a komunikační technologie-web Klíčová slova: Knihovny, sociální média, sociální sítě, typologie uživatelů  ...  vychází ze současných významných typologií uživatelů webu, internetu, sociálních médií i sociálních sítí, např. z typologie dle studie Digital Life nebo z typologie vytvořené agenturou Forrester Research (Social  ...  Síťovači (networkers) jsou vytížení lidé, nemají čas na osobní setkání a tak je nahrazují rozhovory přes internet. Mimo tyto neradi zveřejňují své názory.  ... 


Rimantas Gatautis, Asta Kazakevičiūtė
Researchers analyzes consumers engagement models, transformed cyclic consumer decision model, typology of engagement (types of user behavior) or factors affecting consumer behavior in online social networks  ...  The number of online social users grows very fast and socialization became most important activity.  ...  ) Stage Table 3 . 3 Social networking sites users typology (Valck, van Bruggen and Wierenga, 2009) Type  ... 
doi:10.5755/j01.em.17.4.3014 fatcat:dxktqgxfkjgwte3ppszkj7dohu


2018 ELK Asia Pacific Journal of Marketing and Retail Management  
It can also be inferred from this study that the most user typologies that have been developed in earlier studies are based on one or more of the following three dimensions (1) Reason for using of Social  ...  The purpose of this research was to understand the usage and types of social media users by reviewing of available literature.  ...  This research is a small step towards gaining an understanding of users and usage of social media and the foundations of developing user typology which will go a long way in helping businesses gain social  ... 
doi:10.31511/eapjmrm.2018v09i04001 fatcat:viwfrafnkjgu7exrxnjshv2qg4

Identifying and Classifying User Typologies Within a United Kingdom Hospital Library Setting: A Case Study

Lynn Easton, Scott Adam, Trish Durnan, Lorraine McLeod
2016 Evidence Based Library and Information Practice  
Results – The findings from each of the NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde Library Network's eleven library sites resulted in six user typology categories: e-Ninjas, Social Scholars, Peace Seekers, Classic  ...  In this case study, we mapped data across eleven library sites within NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde Library Network, a United Kingdom (U.K.) hospital library service.  ...  We found that user typologies were consistent across all eleven Library Network sites, as we provide the same services to the same users, the only difference usually being the size and scale of the library  ... 
doi:10.18438/b8v33p fatcat:w3xw4p6k7jfoxcjuojvzpyn774

More than just a transaction: Conceptualising industry-based networks for virtual trading communities [chapter]

Linda Wilkins, Paula M. C. Swatman, Tanya Castleman
2003 IFIP Advances in Information and Communication Technology  
However a lack of understanding of firstly, what represented true value in these networks and secondly, how to achieve buy-in at sustainable levels, meant that many of these first wave sites failed.  ...  We construct a theoretical framework based on Bijker's technology frame (1995) and a contextualization typology developed by Nowotny, Scott and Gibbons (200 1 ).  ...  Nowotny et al (2001) establish a typology of social knowledge or contextualisation of knowledge production in the evolution of innovation networks -a typology highly applicable to case study research.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-0-387-35617-4_35 fatcat:g6cqgj5bj5gnrogg5vuevuxf4q

ScholarLib: Sharing Resources and Data by Linking Scientific Information Portals with Online Social Networks

Peter Mutschke, Timo Wandhoefer (Presenter), Mark Thamm, York Sure
2020 Zenodo  
Social networking platforms therefore provide the strategic chance of enhancing knowledge exchanging and networking processes in science by getting into a digital dialogue with a broader community and,  ...  The major goal of ScholarLib therefore is to provide a framework for close coupling of Online Social Networks with scientific information portals.  ...  activity graph What is needed to implement a Proof of Concept Prototype?  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.3781696 fatcat:n5pnoujbqfhotmv72kzl3ua6lu

Adoption of Online Social Media Innovation

Khan Md. Raziuddin Taufique, Faisal Mohammad Shahriar
2013 International Journal of E-Business Research  
This study focuses on proposing an 'Adoption Spectrum' for OSM innovations by the users by proliferating Rogers's 'Adoption of Innovation' with the 'Typology of OSM Users'.  ...  The proposed spectrum is an alignment between Rogers's work and the OSM user typology. Mentionable limitation of this piece of work may be forwarding the empirical justifications for further study.  ...  INTRODUCTION Over the last few years, online social media (OSM) have attracted millions of users, many of whom have integrated these sites into their daily practices.  ... 
doi:10.4018/jebr.2013010102 fatcat:lw5rnjsrofa3nadxdyywd52r34


2017 Electronic Journal of New Media  
This study aimed to lay out an up-to-date literature review on self-presentation and impression management (Goffman, 1959) in social networking sites (SNSs) through a descriptive analysis method.  ...  However, it was reported that users employed various self-presentation tactics to create a favorable impression on others as well.  ...  (Goffman, 1959) in social networking sites.  ... 
doi:10.17932/iau.ejnm.25480200.2021/ejnm_v5i1005 fatcat:uym4i7kiafdzzk3qnz37lb6rem

Minimizing the Impact of Large Freight Vehicles in the City: A Multicriteria Vision for Route Planning and Type of Vehicles

Sara Ezquerro, Juan P. Romero, Jose L. Moura, Juan Benavente, Ángel Ibeas
2018 Journal of Advanced Transportation  
The aim of this paper is to minimize the cost of this freight transport type from a social, economic, and environmental viewpoint.  ...  The model has been applied to a real case in Santander (Spain), whose final result shows the size and typology of the fleet of vehicles necessary to have the least impact on the city.  ...  Journal of Advanced Transportation Conflicts of Interest The authors declare that there are no conflicts of interest regarding the publication of this paper.  ... 
doi:10.1155/2018/1732091 fatcat:hiv2o52y7jb4rfwopkmqmijdti

ZNAČAJ JAVNIH OBJEKATA ZA SOCIJALNI RAZVOJ ZAJEDNICE Studija slučaja: Javni objekti u centralnoj zoni Novog Sada

Dijana Brkljač, Aleksandra Milinković, Ljiljana Vukajlov
2018 Zbornik Radova Građevinskog Fakulteta  
The attractiveness that a certain structure possesses in terms of contribution to social development is significantly influenced by the typological point.  ...  definition of the town image, as well as forming socialization sites.  ...  Acknowledgements The paper was done within the project "Optimization of architectural and urban planning and design in function of sustainable development in Serbia" (TR36042), funded by the Ministry of  ... 
doi:10.14415/konferencijagfs2018.056 fatcat:r4zcvbys6rbjlbr7jwriyxku6y

Using Social Networking Tools for Teaching and Learning: A Perspective of University Lecturers and Students [chapter]

Francis Otto, Shirley Williams, Karsten Øster Lundqvist
2016 Lecture Notes of the Institute for Computer Sciences, Social Informatics and Telecommunications Engineering  
In this paper a definition and a typology of educational affordance of social networking service (SNS) are presented.  ...  The use of online social networking tools (SNTs) has become commonplace within higher education.  ...  Fig. 2 . 2 Percentage of participants using social networking tools Fig. 3 . 3 Number of students and lecturers using social networking tools Table 1 . 1 A typology of educational affordances of social  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-28883-3_24 fatcat:2ihxvxgexzeplnr23x2bc6wzgm

Educational Digital Stories in 140 Characters: Towards a Typology of Micro-blog Storytelling in Academic Courses

Carmen Holotescu, Gabriela Grosseck, Elena Danciu
2014 Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences  
The practical part of this article focuses on a typology of ministories when using microblogging as a social technology for students' e-portfolios as final assesments.  ...  More specifically, the authors investigated the way stories in 140 characters associate with social networking facilities of this technology in terms of opportunities, challenges, advantages, limits and  ...  Thus, although the basic ingredient of a social network is interaction, a significant number of users prefer to explore and experiment with the network individually instead of becoming directly involved  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.sbspro.2014.01.936 fatcat:t3t7lo5oqbeg7pzsi4qfxfo7km

Classifying trending topics

Arkaitz Zubiaga, Damiano Spina, Víctor Fresno, Raquel Martínez
2011 Proceedings of the 20th ACM international conference on Information and knowledge management - CIKM '11  
We define a set of straightforward language-independent features that rely on the social spread of the trends to discriminate among those types of trending topics.  ...  Different happenings can give rise to the emergence of these trending topics. For instance, a sports event broadcasted on TV, or a viral meme introduced by a community of users.  ...  Memes are ideas that propagate through a social network.  ... 
doi:10.1145/2063576.2063992 dblp:conf/cikm/ZubiagaSFM11 fatcat:ieqsp6qwv5evrd6whlxidrfr64

The Diffusion of Social Media and Knowledge Management – Towards an Integrative Typology [chapter]

Frauke Zeller, Jayanta Chatterjee, Marco Bräuer, Ingmar Steinicke, Oxana Lapteva
2010 Lecture Notes of the Institute for Computer Sciences, Social Informatics and Telecommunications Engineering  
The typology is based on empirical results from the analyses of social media, and a discussion of case study results from India proves the adaptability as well as usefulness of the typology.  ...  This paper introduces a first outline of a typology of distributed knowledge co-creation in virtual communities based on Porter's typology of virtual communities.  ...  Certain technologies such as weblogs, folksonomies, and social networking sites have in common that communities make use of them to manage their own knowledge.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-14859-0_5 fatcat:idau3hrfune3falycp5w3cl3ma
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