192 Hits in 4.1 sec

The Family Environment and Its Relation to Health and Well-Being Among Sexual and Gender Minority Youth

Taylor L. Rathus, Ryan J. Watson
2021 Annals of LGBTQ Public and Population Health  
In light of these results, we review the importance of the need for more nuanced ways of defining the family context among vulnerable youth—in particular for SGM youth.  ...  Of note, despite reporting parents with the highest level of post-high school education, SGM youth in the "College-educated, immigrant parents" cluster reported the lowest levels of parental acceptance  ...  Although we collected data on immigration status, we do not have data with regard to youths' parents' country of origin, which would be useful in contextualizing why and how certain youth in the "College-educated  ... 
doi:10.1891/lgbtq-2020-0040 fatcat:btcanh4tezfptnzi5rm6hiull4

Adolescent Peer Influence on Eating Behaviors via Social Media: Scoping Review

Alicia Chung, Dorice Vieira, Tiffany Donley, Nicholas Tan, Girardin Jean-Louis, Kathleen Kiely Gouley, Azizi Seixas
2021 Journal of Medical Internet Research  
Online forums served as accessible channels for eating disorder relapse prevention among youth.  ...  Subject headings and keywords were based on adolescent age groups, social media platforms, and eating behaviors.  ...  Only Kulik et al, who conducted a study in the United States, included minority youth; in their study of Facebook as a complement to an in-person weight loss intervention, 20% of the sample was African  ... 
doi:10.2196/19697 pmid:34081018 pmcid:PMC8212626 fatcat:cbzljzp5nrcp5dvsvn25vow6vm

Rethinking Participatory Culture: Introduction

Alessandro Nanì, Katrin Tiidenberg
2022 Baltic Screen Media Review  
Finally, Daniel Nielsen -in the fifth articleexplores how moderators in gaming Reddits experience and exercise their power and cope with their lack o fit.  ...  Note: This special section on participation is complemented by an article and a book review that together make the Baltic Screen Media Review 2022 volume 1.  ... 
doi:10.2478/bsmr-2022-0001 fatcat:ghxyz56c35hfblgmcii5f5vtzy

Human-Computer Interaction in Digital Mental Health

Luke Balcombe, Diego De Leo
2022 Informatics  
Generally, there is a need for faster and better human factors in combination with machine interaction and automation, higher levels of effectiveness evaluation and the application of blended, hybrid or  ...  Increased engagement with online platforms may be derived from the use of mental health subcommunities (e.g., as per Reddit) and mutual discourse for peer-supporter retention (particularly relevant on  ...  A mixed-methods study investigated the behavior and experiences of web-based and smartphone intervention users with the intent to increase engagement-the data analysis specified differences between the  ... 
doi:10.3390/informatics9010014 fatcat:2zva3cwrcjcq3irr3ra2nbxwhy

Can x2vec Save Lives? Integrating Graph and Language Embeddings for Automatic Mental Health Classification [article]

Alexander Ruch
2020 arXiv   pre-print
These results extend research on the importance of simultaneously analyzing behavior and language in massive networks and efforts to integrate embedding models for different kinds of data when predicting  ...  and 12 annotated with predictions of potentially suicidal individuals shows the integrated model could classify such individuals even if they are positioned far from the support group.  ...  Jennifer Ruch, Michael Macy, David Mimno, Thomas Gilovich, Vladimir Barash, James Moody, and Christopher Bail for feedback and support on parts of this project.  ... 
arXiv:2001.01126v1 fatcat:2ts4u7lyuvblfiryp6yzhihkqm

HCI and Affective Health

Pedro Sanches, Kristina Höök, Corina Sas, Axel Janson, Pavel Karpashevich, Camille Nadal, Chengcheng Qu, Claudia Daudén Roquet, Muhammad Umair, Charles Windlin, Gavin Doherty
2019 Proceedings of the 2019 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems - CHI '19  
We noted an overemphasis on data production without consideration of how it leads to fruitful interventions.  ...  Finally, although only 16 studies evaluate technologies in a clinical context, several forms of support and intervention illustrate how rich insights are gained from evaluations with real patients.  ...  Their study explored signs of depression in a social network designed to support LGBT youth at risk of self harming [74] .  ... 
doi:10.1145/3290605.3300475 dblp:conf/chi/SanchesJKNQRUWD19 fatcat:evfpbqi2a5cf7pelhwpdvvpuam

Collective intelligence for the common good: cultivating the seeds for an intentional collaborative enterprise

Douglas Schuler, Anna De Liddo, Justin Smith, Fiorella De Cindio
2017 AI & Society: The Journal of Human-Centred Systems and Machine Intelligence  
Mills's study goes into the 2016 Democratic Presidential primary, and the use of Reddit and sub-reddit groups as a platform for advocacy and political campaigning.  ...  One of the consequences of this is that communities especially the youth within are deprived of their voice.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s00146-017-0776-6 fatcat:7tevul32dravpfipdjiiqkn3nq

No Young Carer Left Behind: A Two-Phased Study to Understand and Address the Needs of Young Carers from Rural and Urban Communities Before and During Covid-19

Kristine Newman, Heather Chalmers, Yana Berardini, Arthur Ze Yu Wang, Vivian Stamatopoulos, Michelle Lewis
2022 Canadian journal of family and youth  
The study was conducted in two phases with the first phase being a needs assessment and the second phase addressed those needs.  ...  One of the focus groups was held with those under 18 years old and the other included those between 18 to 25 years old.  ...  The funding body had no role study design, data collection; data analysis; writing the report or the decision to submit the manuscript for publication.  ... 
doi:10.29173/cjfy29787 fatcat:cnepmpksqzbsfnq4ityujmzd4i

Detecting and Understanding Harmful Memes: A Survey [article]

Shivam Sharma, Firoj Alam, Md. Shad Akhtar, Dimitar Dimitrov, Giovanni Da San Martino, Hamed Firooz, Alon Halevy, Fabrizio Silvestri, Preslav Nakov, Tanmoy Chakraborty
2022 arXiv   pre-print
With this in mind, here we offer a comprehensive survey with a focus on harmful memes.  ...  One interesting finding is that many types of harmful memes are not really studied, e.g., such featuring self-harm and extremism, partly due to the lack of suitable datasets.  ...  Data augmentation and ensembles were used in several studies.  ... 
arXiv:2205.04274v2 fatcat:z6b3zftyknhn5nynfks2xtpgzy

Online political behaviour and ideological production by young people: A comparative study of ICT and civic participation in Estonia, Greece and the United Kingdom

Athina Karatzogianni, Katrin Tiidenberg, Dimitris Parsanoglou
engaged in online civic participation, focusing on online movements mobilising for racial, social and environmental justice.  ...  research (online observation, content and 65 interviews in total) conducted between September 2020 and April 2021 in Estonia, Greece and the United Kingdom, comparing the reasons and the means by which youth  ...  The next deliverable D6.2 will complement this study (D6.1) by the use of focus group discussions organized as digital storytelling workshops (DSWs) with young people involved in the production of online  ... 
doi:10.6084/m9.figshare.14535156.v1 fatcat:kem3gdrbevdjndjpgo2b4ykjra

Counter-Creativity. Innovative Ways to Counter Far-Right Communication Tactics [chapter]

Julia Ebner, Maik Fielitz, Nick Thurston
2018 Post-Digital Cultures of the Far Right  
Their focus on lifestyle, youth culture and the arts can be seen as an attempt to reach the critical mass needed for any counterculture movement: in their case, this paradoxically takes the shape of a  ...  Ironically taking inspiration from the civil rights youth revolts, their biggest scapegoat for everything they deem wrong in today's society, the far right has been imitating 1960's counter-culture strategies  ...  For example, MIT's Center for Civic Media, the Oxford Internet Institute and Data & Society Foundation have released seminal studies that can lay the foundation for further research.  ... 
doi:10.14361/9783839446706-012 fatcat:ah45mmkt7fdyjedj4kx422c57y

Healthy disagreement as a driver for public dialogue : Content analysis of public response to a social media tobacco prevention campaign (Preprint)

Anuja Majmundar, NamQuyen Le, Meghan Bridgid Moran, Jennifer B Unger, Katja Reuter
2020 JMIR Public Health and Surveillance  
Managing negative and toxic comments on social media is a crucial issue for social media-based tobacco prevention campaigns to consider.  ...  We also examine whether agreement with the prevention messages is associated with comment tone and nature of the contribution to the overall discussion.  ...  The authors would also like to thank Praveen Angyan for his technical support and help with the data extraction as well as Drs.  ... 
doi:10.2196/20649 pmid:33284120 fatcat:yk7llpkrxvbyzg25czmtk6hhfm

How Social Media can be used to promote Catholic Social Teaching: A Lebanese Case Study

Ziad Fahed, Marie Belle Saliba
2021 Pistis & Praxis: Teologia e Pastoral  
Furthermore, reaching certain marginalized communities around the world such as the poor and vulnerable, “people of color, homeless people, and LGBTQ youth” through social media platforms is “often intermittent  ...  At the same time, the church considers working with the youth as “a commission of God” (BOREL, 2004) and thus working towards Rev. Pistis Prax., Teol.  ... 
doi:10.7213/2175-1838.13.03.ao02 fatcat:yg3spwbn6vg4dfla5bkzno4i7y

Exploring Design Opportunities for Supporting Mental Wellbeing Among East Asian University Students in Canada

Sang-Wha Sien, Shalini Mohan, Joanna McGrenere
2022 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems  
We found that they struggle to engage with technologies for mental health due to cultural stigma which have led them to prefer apps that support self-help though still valuing social help.  ...  Counselling practices have long noted that culture infuences how mental health is perceived and treated, yet the design of mental health technologies is limited with respect to how users' backgrounds infuence  ...  In one study, Asian American youths reported that limited awareness and recognition of mental health issues in the family was one reason they were hesitant to seek care or discuss their concerns with others  ... 
doi:10.1145/3491102.3517710 fatcat:66e3dc5vmjh45n42abvbbfuv3i

Usable Sexurity: Studying People's Concerns and Strategies When Sexting

Christine Geeng, Jevan Hutson, Franziska Roesner
2020 Symposium On Usable Privacy and Security  
Sexting, while becoming commonplace in the age of mobile phones, is still not well-studied outside of the context of youth or risk prevention.  ...  We also find that while participants use some technical strategies (e.g., using platforms with disappearing messages), they commonly rely on non-technical strategies like trust in their partner to mitigate  ...  And we thank the moderators of and of queer social groups for helping advertise our study.  ... 
dblp:conf/soups/GeengHR20 fatcat:j4zbfs7xpfe3zlpua27gdgximu
« Previous Showing results 1 — 15 out of 192 results