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Mobile Users' Self-Disclosure Behaviour on WeChat: Application of Social Cognitive Theory

Liang Ma, Xiaoyan Ding, Xin Zhang, Ge Zhang
2020 Mobile Information Systems  
Using social cognitive theory as a starting point while utilizing mobile instant messaging software WeChat as an example, this paper studies the dynamics that influence users' self-disclosure behaviour  ...  One of the most challenging issues confronting social media operators is how to increase users' activity and self-disclosure behaviour.  ...  Acknowledgments is work was supported by the National Social Science Foundation of China under Project no. 17BGL198.  ... 
doi:10.1155/2020/8903247 fatcat:u4agajgmcrgfnp7nr3smpuu25i

Evaluation of smartphone APP-based case-management services among antiretroviral treatment-naïve HIV-positive men who have sex with men: a randomized controlled trial protocol

Xiaoyan Fan, Rui She, Cong Liu, Haidan Zhong, Joseph T. F. Lau, Chun Hao, Jinghua Li, Yuantao Hao, Linghua Li, Jing Gu
2020 BMC Public Health  
The development of the mHealth intervention will be based on the information-motivation-behavioural skills theory of ART adherence, and comprise four components: educational articles, one-to-one online  ...  Secondary outcomes include HIV RNA, sexual behaviours, mental health status, illness perceptions, and quality of life. χ2 test and t-test will be used for between-group comparisons.  ...  disclosure, STDs), psycho-social conditions (mental health, quality of life, illness representation, perceived stigma, social support, IMB constructs) and risky behaviours (sexual and drug use behaviours  ... 
doi:10.1186/s12889-020-8171-5 pmid:31959139 fatcat:ayjyjtehhfhmjins4nvmmw24ri

Examining the utility and usability of mobile instant messaging in a graduate-level course: A usefulness theoretical perspective

Ying Tang, Khe Foon Hew
2019 Australasian Journal of Educational Technology  
We also found MIM to be particularly suitable for promoting affective social presence (expression of emotions, self-disclosure) and cohesive social presence (phatics, vocative).  ...  This study examined the usefulness of a mobile instant messaging (MIM) tool to support teaching and learning.  ...  exclusive to particular mobile applications.  ... 
doi:10.14742/ajet.4571 fatcat:d54hkerg6fhytka3jbdtiikdga

Social media users' online subjective well-being and fatigue: A network heterogeneity perspective

Puneet Kaur, Nazrul Islam, Anushree Tandon, Amandeep Dhir
2021 Technological forecasting & social change  
The results indicate that OSWB is positively correlated with the network heterogeneity aspect of self-disclosure and negatively correlated with social comparison.  ...  Scholars have drawn increasing attention to the implications of the dark side of social media for users' online subjective well-being (OSWB).  ...  Consistent with LCM, Dhir et al. (2019) also suggested that self-disclosure on social media and mobile messaging apps has a limiting effect on users' cognitive space, which contributes to fatigue.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.techfore.2021.121039 fatcat:zk7jvg26cre2dfd2ojrkmey6q4

WeChat's Effect on Online Purchase Intention of Fast Moving Consumer Goods

2022 International Journal of Asian Business and Information Management  
When using WeChat to purchase, users in New Zealand are concerned about the interface on WeChat shopping, the recommendation of WeChat, the security and confidentiality of personal information on WeChat  ...  On the contrary, WeChat users do not agree with product information, and other unfamiliar customers' recommendation to buy FMCG through WeChat.  ...  Historical Background WeChat is a Chinese multi-purpose messaging, social business and mobile payment application.  ... 
doi:10.4018/ijabim.302249 fatcat:elvxbwcdffbg3lp7ehk3outnu4

Compulsive Social Networking Site Use: Impact of Individual Needs and Peer-related Factors

Xuhui Yang, Wei Wang, Renee Rui Chen
2020 Pacific Asia Conference on Information Systems  
With the rising concerns of compulsive social networking site (SNS) use, it is important to understand why users develop compulsive behaviors.  ...  Because self-construal is important for the observation of and cognitive deliberation regarding peer influences, the model also takes the moderating effects of self-construal into consideration.  ...  On the other side, interdependent-self sees individuals are embedded in the social network of surroundings (Singelis, 1994) .  ... 
dblp:conf/pacis/YangWC20 fatcat:nqbe377dorazncphqqpuqqmy2u

Advances in Social Media Research: Past, Present and Future

Kawaljeet Kaur Kapoor, Kuttimani Tamilmani, Nripendra P. Rana, Pushp Patil, Yogesh K. Dwivedi, Sridhar Nerur
2017 Information Systems Frontiers  
and mitigation theories, and self determination and self categorization theories.  ...  phones phone networking user application apps device access smart phones smart phone technologies services app internet physical digital Social Networking and Internet Use on Mobile Devices model  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10796-017-9810-y fatcat:nw5w2cxkynfztfbzzcnm6nfgy4

Beyond Social Media Analytics: Understanding Human Behaviour and Deep Emotion using Self Structuring Incremental Machine Learning [article]

Tharindu Bandaragoda
2020 arXiv   pre-print
This thesis develops a conceptual framework considering social data as representing the surface layer of a hierarchy of human social behaviours, needs and cognition which is employed to transform social  ...  data into representations that preserve social behaviours and their causalities.  ...  The conceptual model is developed after an extensive analysis on existing theories of cognition, social needs and social behaviour.  ... 
arXiv:2009.09078v1 fatcat:izo3eyjc4vdo3jnttt7omvsv5q

Mobile phones and the good life: Examining the relationships among mobile use, social capital and subjective well-being

Michael Chan
2013 New Media & Society  
Adopting an affordance-based approach, this study examines how different uses of the mobile phone are related to individuals' subjective well-being and social capital.  ...  Therefore, the social and psychological consequences of the technology are of great interest to new media scholars and policy makers.  ...  In proposing the Internet-enhanced self-disclosure hypothesis they suggested that the linkage between online social communications and well-being for adolescents is mediated by greater self-disclosure,  ... 
doi:10.1177/1461444813516836 fatcat:7d6bdjjekfcipe4amknb3p7rae

A theory-based intervention delivered by an online social media platform to promote oral health among Iranian adolescents: a cluster randomized controlled trial

Janneke Francisca Maria Scheerman, Kyra Hamilton, Mohammad Owaise Sharif, Ulrika Lindmark, Amir H. Pakpour
2019 Psychology and Health  
Objective: Based on the Health Action Process Approach, we tested the efficacy of a theory-based program using an online social media platform (Telegram) to promote good oral hygiene behaviour among Iranian  ...  Improvements to toothbrushing social cognitions were also observed.Conclusions: Current results support the use of the theory-based program delivered by Telegram in improving good oral hygiene behaviour  ...  The HAPA describes the social-cognitive and self-regulatory processes that are involved in the adoption and maintenance of health behaviours (Schwarzer, 2008) .  ... 
doi:10.1080/08870446.2019.1673895 pmid:31621423 fatcat:dzh2lessivhrdgpl7w354tcuzu

Understanding Muslims Self-presentation Strategies in Online Dating

Adamu Abubakar, Nur Irdina Mohd Noorani, Ummu Syafiqah Mohd Rashidi
2020 International Journal on Perceptive and Cognitive Computing  
Users of MuzMatch used acronyms to identify themselves, whereas, users of Tinders are free to construct a socially desirable identity that may attract people's attention and publicity.  ...  This paper investigates the factors influencing online self-presentation strategies on dating platforms, and explore how Muslims users manage their online presentation on dating approach –associated with  ...  Besides that, the users of both dating platforms also shared their Instagram username, WeChat username and even their personal mobile number so that others can find them on other platforms.  ... 
doi:10.31436/ijpcc.v6i2.163 fatcat:mo7kz45j5bemvldbofztspim4q

LIFE SATISFACTION AS DEFINED BY SNAPCHAT USAGE AND ADDICTION CASE STUDY IN KUWAIT

Hasan Abbas
2021 INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF MANAGEMENT  
The results show that entertainment needs are the most influential factor in pathological Snapchat use, the fear of a negative evaluation is the most influential factor on depression, and social needs  ...  are the most influential on life satisfaction.  ...  The influence of role stress on self-disclosure on social networking sites: A conservation of resources perspective. https://doi.org/https://doi.org/10.1016/j.im.2019.02.002 [122] Zhao, S., Zhang, J.,  ... 
doi:10.34218/ijm.11.12.2020.220 fatcat:givuai7strhpfc4sjrg2er5y6m

Effective uses of social media in public health and medicine: a systematic review of systematic reviews

Dean M Giustini, Syed Mustafa Ali, Matthew Fraser, Maged N Kamel Boulos
2018 Online Journal of Public Health Informatics  
Harms on all groups include the impact of SM on mental health, privacy, confidentiality and information reliability.Conclusions: A range of negatives and positives of SM in public health and medicine are  ...  Clearly better research designs are needed to measure the effectiveness of social technologies.  ...  OJPHI • SM applications and social networking sites (SNSs) or platforms which create a virtual network of users in a publicly-accessible environment will be considered relevant. • The social media application  ... 
doi:10.5210/ojphi.v10i2.8270 pmid:30349633 pmcid:PMC6194097 fatcat:h2mucju3hnbznns7micezpqh7q

6th International Conference on Behavioral Addictions (ICBA2019), June 17–19, 2019 Yokohama, Japan

Zsolt Demetrovics
2019 Journal of Behavioral Addictions  
self-disclosure.  ...  SY12-5 Understanding Background: WeChat represents one of the most often used applications in Asian countries. Currently, over one billion WeChat users have been reported.  ...  The lower level of 'social withdrawal' produced a higher level of males' mobile phones dependence.  ... 
doi:10.1556/jba.8.2019.suppl.1 fatcat:vh2jdvu3dvc2piwy3fzxzea32e

The Application of the Principles of Responsible AI on Social Media Marketing for Digital Health

Rui Liu, Suraksha Gupta, Parth Patel
2021 Information Systems Frontiers  
success of AI-enabled social media operations.  ...  This paper examines the impact of responsible AI on businesses using insights from analysis of 25 in-depth interviews of health care professionals.  ...  Many mobile and computer users tend to use a lot of remembering password functions on their mobile phones and browser.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10796-021-10191-z pmid:34539226 pmcid:PMC8435400 fatcat:7z56ylzmy5auhfsqf65tq4y6mq
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