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Anonymity in Group Support Systems Research: A New Conceptualization, Measure, and Contingency Framework

Alain Pinsonneault, Nelson Heppel
1997 Journal of Management Information Systems  
Decision Sciences, 5 (1974), 459-480. 20. Hiltz, S.R; Turoff, M.; and Johnson, K. Disinhibition, deindividuation, and group process in pen name and real name computer conferences.  ...  their decision-making process.  ... 
doi:10.1080/07421222.1997.11518176 fatcat:6i5mvkbk3zgeloilrdgxbqsgwy

The Impact of Anonymity in Online Communities

Eli Omernick, Sara Owsley Sood
2013 2013 International Conference on Social Computing  
We compare the quality of anonymous and real identity comments through measures of reading level, relevance to the target article, negativity and presence of swear words and anger words.  ...  Automated insult and profanity detection systems have helped, but have failed to address the problem of why this content is contributed in the first place.  ...  to Google's 2011 decision to require real names on Google+ (Boyd 2012) .  ... 
doi:10.1109/socialcom.2013.80 dblp:conf/socialcom/OmernickS13 fatcat:jsv5jf7zrjgnzk6awoue2dcmd4

Flaming in the Electronic Classroom

Bruce A. Reinig, Robert O. Briggs, Jay F. Nunamaker
1997 Journal of Management Information Systems  
Experiments in group decision making, 3: disinhibition, deindividuation, and group process in pen name and real name computer con- ferences. Decision Support Systems, 5, 2 (June 1989), 217-232. 11.  ...  .; and McGuire, T.W. Group processes in computer- mediated communication. Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, 37, 2 (April 1986), 157-187. 24.  ... 
doi:10.1080/07421222.1997.11518174 fatcat:l3wmvj2np5clxn32sdsd52qxwa

Page 58 of Journal of Management Information Systems Vol. 14, Issue 3 [page]

Journal of Management Information Systems  
Experiments in group decision making, 3: disinhibition, deindividuation, and group process in pen name and real name computer con- ferences. Decision Support Systems, 5, 2 (June 1989), 217-232. 11.  ...  .; and McGuire, T.W. Group processes in computer- mediated communication. Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, 37, 2 (April 1986), 157-187. 24.  ... 

Page 70 of Journal of Management Information Systems Vol. 15, Issue 3 [page]

Journal of Management Information Systems  
.; and Johnson, K. Experiments in group decision making, 3: disinhibition, deindividuation, and group process in pen name and real name computer confer- ences.  ...  .; and Turoff, M. Experiments in group decision making: communication process and outcome in face-to-face versus computerized conferences. Human Communications Research, 13, 2 (1986), 225—252. 73.  ... 

An Assessment of Group Support Systems Experimental Research: Methodology and Results

Jerry Fjermestad, Starr Roxanne Hiltz
1998 Journal of Management Information Systems  
.; and Johnson, K. Experiments in group decision making, 3: disinhibition, deindividuation, and group process in pen name and real name computer confer- ences.  ...  .; and Turoff, M. Experiments in group decision making: communication process and outcome in face-to-face versus computerized conferences. Human Communications Research, 13, 2 (1986), 225—252. 73.  ... 
doi:10.1080/07421222.1998.11518216 fatcat:jxlec64xhjgsxjkghfqo3yskqy

Authorship, Audiences, and Anonymous Speech

Thomas F. Cotter, Lyrissa Barnett Lidsky
2006 Social Science Research Network  
Similarly, readers of detective novels may not be very interested in learning that the original name of the author who wrote under the pen name "Ed McBain" was Salvatore Lombino; 3 3 his pseudonym, like  ...  even in this context often on the condition that the party's real name be disclosed to the court and to the defense.  ...  Under this model, "an important influence in producing a sense on the part of citizens of involvement in the processes of government-and thence of fidelity to its decisions-is its pervasive tendency to  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.925736 fatcat:uoxva7vqqngd5cokph74iqpy7y

Live for the moment : exploring the relationship between enactments of anonymity and time perspective

Brad Alan Haggadone, Austin, The University Of Texas At, Dawna I. Ballard
2020
Findings of the studies suggest that there is a significant relationship between present-hedonism and anonymity if group identification is taken into account.  ...  ., Facebook, Reddit, 4chan, and 8chan).  ...  Acknowledgements This section is something I have been writing in my head for years, but now that the time has come it is all happening so fast. There were so many people that helped me along this  ... 
doi:10.26153/tsw/9260 fatcat:ol4seuhx25hwpmhmtruuz6kt5u

Emergency Planning College Understanding Crowd Behaviours: Supporting Evidence ii Professor of Organisational Psychology

Mark Robinson, Mark Ba
2009 unpublished
Acknowledgements Acknowledgements xiv Acknowledgements The authors would like to extend their thanks to a number of individuals and organisations for their help and support throughout this research project  ...  Several side pens were half empty.  However, there were no police or stewards at the pens to control entry and evenly distribute the fans.  This resulted in huge back-to-front crushing in pens 3 and  ...  Decision Making in Crowds  Animals which form groups -such as human crowds -repeatedly have to make important consensus decisions concerning the activities they perform, the timing and duration of those  ... 
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Invisible Ethics: The Problem of Anonymity on the Internet

Miguel Abreu Ladeira Da Costa E Silva, University, My, University, My
2020
Finally, through an evaluation aided by moral psychology and the literature in ethics, we use a situationist approach to identify the two main ways in which we believe anonymity affects moral behavior  ...  in the internet.  ...  Firstly, through the experiment, Zimbardo coined the term "deindividuation", which refers to a psychological process in which self-awareness is decreased within specific contexts (mostly through group  ... 
doi:10.20381/ruor-24446 fatcat:fsjn5opowzgyxi74tnuccwombi

An Impossible Dialogue! Nominal Utterances and Populist Rhetoric in an Italian Twitter Corpus of Hate Speech against Immigrants

Gloria Comandini, Viviana Patti
2019 Proceedings of the Third Workshop on Abusive Language Online   unpublished
In order to situate our conversation around this theme, we have confirmed four keynote speakers and panelists who are leading experts on content moderation, crowd work, and the impact of algorithmic solutions  ...  human-in-the-loop solutions that rely on crowd workers' ratings along with automated moderation, and embedding the evaluations of models into the cultural fabric.  ...  experiments on hate speech detection approaches, features and data sets.  ... 
doi:10.18653/v1/w19-3518 fatcat:liwo47b4kzblhifxy7gn4lrifq

The behavioural nature of safety voice: advancing concepts and measures to enable the prevention of harm

Mark Christiaan Noort
2020
Article 3 observed safety silence in the laboratory to establish and conceptualise how the behaviour manifests in relationship to safety voice and interventions.  ...  However, the concept remains disintegrated and grounded in limited evidence and methodologies.  ...  ., Lyndon, 2008) and shared decision-making (e.g., Frosch et al., 2012) .  ... 
doi:10.21953/lse.00004205 fatcat:rgphf5gdrbdjvh6k7erbclte4y

How does political rhetoric influence hate speech?

Alexander Murphy
2022
Through Critical Discourse Analysis of UK political rhetoric and thematic analysis of tweets collected from Twitter in the wake of antecedent hate crime events (namely four UK terrorism-adjacent incidents  ...  Increases in the extremeness of political rhetoric were evident in the UK's EU referendum campaign, Donald Trump's US presidential campaigns and tenure, and in the domestic politics of Brazil, France,  ...  NVIVO itself is a leading product in the computer-assisted qualitative analysis field (Hoover and Koerber, 2011; Woods, Paulus, Atkins and Macklin, 2016) , and was essential to the processing and analysis  ... 
doi:10.25392/leicester.data.21063559 fatcat:lhhwrjhexnfmdisohhzr2ukmse