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Analysis of participation in an online photo-sharing community: A multidimensional perspective

Oded Nov, Mor Naaman, Chen Ye
2009 Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology  
We extend previous literature on user contribution by studying the factors that are associated with various forms of participation in a large online photo-sharing community.  ...  In recent years we have witnessed a significant growth of social-computing communities-online services in which users share information in various forms.  ...  In this study we intend to address this research gap and conduct an exploratory study of the relations between these aspects of users' participation in an online community.  ... 
doi:10.1002/asi.21278 fatcat:ublhz3d7kveyxdc7hpepqairke

Developing New Media Credibility Scale: A Multidimensional Perspective

Hanaa Farouk Saleh
2016 Zenodo  
This study's value lies in its contribution to the conceptualization and development of new media credibility through the creation of a theoretical measurement tool.  ...  The main purposes of this study are to develop a scale that reflects emerging theoretical understandings of new media credibility, based on the evolution of credibility studies in western researches, identification  ...  Source Credibility in a New Era Revised Source credibility, the most widely studied variable by communication scholars, is considered a multidimensional construct composed of receivers' perceptions of  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.1124519 fatcat:sujrtmcntnd37ljlmwkgr2mkpe

Predicting Social Capital on Multidimensional Service Quality: A Facebook Perspective

Md. Alamgir Hossain, Department of Management, Hajee Mohammad Danesh Science and Technology University, Bangladesh, Minho Kim, Department of International Trade, Chonbuk National University, South Korea
2020 Asian Journal of Business Research  
With the real-time communications prevalent in Facebook, it has been emerged as an increasingly popular social media that facilitates the bridging and bonding of social capital.  ...  This study reviews the consequences of service qualities for social capital through multidimensional service quality and social capital theory.  ...  People spend more time to extend and sustain relationships by providing online status, sharing photos, videos, giving thumb-ups, comments, and participating in entertainment activities with others (Ellison  ... 
doi:10.14707/ajbr.200089 fatcat:qidncn7hwnbmnajs2wlygxhbrq

Understanding Community Dynamics in Online Social Networks: A multidisciplinary review

Hari Sundaram, Yu-Ru Lin, Munmun De Choudhury, Aisling Kelliher
2012 IEEE Signal Processing Magazine  
To understand the large-scale dynamics of interpersonal interaction and its outcome, this article links the perspectives in the humanities for analysis of social networks to recent developments in data  ...  With special emphasis on social communities mediated by network technologies, we review the historical research arc of community analysis as well as methods applicable to community discovery in social  ...  Through characterizing multidimensional interpersonal relationships and an individual's interests, community analysis can provide a quantitative summary of key factors related to word-of-mouth communications  ... 
doi:10.1109/msp.2011.943583 fatcat:k5obrcnbfrevbiuqrxx4gteqq4

Learning Innovative Methodologies To Foster Personal, Organizational and Community Empowerment through Online and Face-to-Face Community Psychology Courses

Donata Francescato, Minou Mebane Mebane
2016 Universitas Psychologica  
Implications for a wider use of online settings to share community psychology values, principles and practices elaborated in different parts of the world are discussed.  ...  We also summarize several studies we conducted to explore the comparative efficacy of traditional and more innovative online teaching, in helping community psychology students master the competencies needed  ...  B) Participatory Multidimensional Organizational Analysis (PMOA) Participatory Multidimensional Organizational Analysis (PMOA) is a methodology developed in the early eighties (Francescato & Ghirelli,  ... 
doi:10.11144/javeriana.upsy14-4.limf fatcat:fwxxaox5pzflnm6lwejozl34ca

Sharing humour digitally in family communication

Anastasiya Fiadotava
2020 The European Journal of Humour Research  
This paper offers a folkloristic perspective on the features and dynamics of sharing humorous content digitally within a family in the context of daily communication.  ...  The data, collected from 60 Belarusian families via oral interviews and an online survey (175 respondents), were subjected to quantitative and qualitative content and context analysis.  ...  Acknowledgements This research was supported by the European Union through the European Regional Development Fund (Centre of Excellence in Estonian Studies, TK 145) and is related to the research project  ... 
doi:10.7592/ejhr2020.8.1.fiadotava fatcat:mrezknmb7baq7jzfbz6rmayntu

Participant Engagement in Community Crowdsourcing

Cuong D. Nguyen, Nargess Tahmasbi, Triparna de Vreede, Gert-Jan de Vreede, Onook Oh, Roni Reiter-Palmon
2015 European Conference on Information Systems  
This research in progress paper proposes a behavioural perspective on the definition and measurement of participant engagement in community crowdsourcing, a crowdsourcing model where all participants can  ...  We further provide an initial illustration of the PEI's utility through the analysis of field project data from MindMixer.  ...  a photo, rating an idea, sharing topics to friends, and referring the event to friends.  ... 
dblp:conf/ecis/NguyenTVVOR15 fatcat:tra6j3scs5ftlp7lu5ohrq5rwe

Examining Virtual Tourism Community in China

Xueyan Yang, Xiaoni Zhang, Ben Martz
2010 Americas Conference on Information Systems  
We examine a virtual community of one of the largest travel companies in China -Mango.  ...  in a non-Western (China) tourism context 4) provide implications based on the analysis of user posting patterns.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS (OPTIONAL) We thank Mango Corporation for their support and collaboration in this research.  ... 
dblp:conf/amcis/YangZM10 fatcat:ntyjahjc7raank3jccjteza2km

How do we interact online? An approach to researching multidimensionality of online communication

Dalibor Petrovic, Milos Besic, Marijana Petrovic
2016 Psihološka Istraživanja  
Gender, city size, share of unfamiliar SNS friends and loneliness predicted willingness to interact with strangers, while the time spent on SNS predicted only the tendency to participate in public online  ...  With respect to the multidimensionality of online interaction, two substantially different types of online communication are defined -procreative and transmissional.  ...  Neglecting the multidimensionality of online communication contributes to a growing number of studies with apparently contradictory results.  ... 
doi:10.5937/psistra1601035p fatcat:s6r7ywj75ngw5bu6pnkbumc7hy

Denial of Choice: Group Level Disclosure of Private Information [chapter]

Tharntip Tawnie Chutikulrungsee, Oliver K. Burmeister, Yeslam Al-Saggaf, Maumita Bhattacharya
2016 IFIP Advances in Information and Communication Technology  
An online survey was used to recruit suitable participants who meet the purposive sampling criteria. This paper presents some preliminary findings from a current study, based on an online survey.  ...  The online survey result reveals a likelihood of activities associated with othergenerated disclosure.  ...  Acknowledgement We would like to thank Gail Fuller for help in SurveyMonkey and thank survey respondents for their contribution and support to this current study.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-44805-3_19 fatcat:6assjx24fzb4fepzpfdrpdnjra

'I shared the joy': sport-related social support and communality on Instagram

Veera Ehrlén, Mikko Villi
2020 Visual Studies  
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS We wish to thank our research participants for generously sharing their time and their stories with us.  ...  We also want to thank Juha Herkman and Janne Matikainen for their expertise and assistance in all aspects of this study and for commenting the manuscript.  ...  Thus, the key contribution of this paper to visual studies lies in the study of meaning making and communality in online photo sharing.  ... 
doi:10.1080/1472586x.2020.1790304 fatcat:uk536lrwvbfkdhb3kad7v6yshq

Viable Web Communities: Two Case Studies [chapter]

Dario Taraborelli, Camille Roth
2011 Understanding Complex Systems  
We then present an overview of the dynamics of two distinct types of content-based online communities: communities in peer production systems and social media communities.  ...  Despite a large interest in the research community for online social networks, little has been done to characterise the viability of content-based online communities and identify factors that determine  ...  We are grateful to Nigel Gilbert, Volker Grimm, Nic Geard, Przemek Grabowicz, as well as members of the Centre for Research in Social Simulation (University of Surrey) and participants in the 2008 Dagstuhl  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-20423-4_4 fatcat:m2hfg52wcfh3nieve544sbed2q

The Organizing of Online Community: Fluid and Structural Organizing

Zhewei Zhang, Youngseok Choi, Habin Lee, Youngjin Yoo
2016 International Conference on Information Systems  
Online community (OC) has become an important social mechanism for people to share and exchange information and collaborate remotely.  ...  We propose a sequence analysis-based narrative approach to investigate the unfolding process of the tensions emerged from the co-existence of two organizing forms.  ...  On the other hand, each community in is called "Gallery" as the company originally aimed at supporting online communities for sharing digital photos.  ... 
dblp:conf/icis/ZhangCLY16 fatcat:cz5546efjjgibopdsns3tpjbfy


Jian Raymond Rui, Michael A. Stefanone
2013 Information, Communication & Society  
Participants shared an average of 440.13 photos (SD ¼ 894.15) and reported posting on their own wall roughly every few days (M ¼ 4.15, SD ¼ 1.42).  ...  Female participants shared more photos and updated wall posts more frequently than males in our sample.  ... 
doi:10.1080/1369118x.2013.763834 fatcat:zoakpvzhjbcq5ihemna3oaleni

Building Library Community Through Social Media

Scott Woodward Hazard Young, Doralyn Rossmann
2015 Information Technology and Libraries  
From this research a picture of the library as a member of an active academic community comes into focus.  ...  Using a community analysis approach, this research demonstrates that the principles of personality and interactivity can lead to community formation for targeted user groups.  ...  User type analysis aims to understand our community from a broad perspective by creating categories of users following the library's Twitter account.  ... 
doi:10.6017/ital.v34i1.5625 fatcat:zyczaq62knbd5kugn6kxas5vby
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