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Communication across Boundaries: Work, Structure, and Use of Communication Technologies in a Large Organization

Pamela Hinds, Sara Kiesler
1995 Organization science (Providence, R.I.)  
an academic community [1].  ...  The academic network so extracted can be used in many services, such as finding an appropriate person to introduce or negotiate someone, who one should talk in order to expand his/her network efficiently  ...  The system constructs a semantic based social network of academic researchers by extending the Friend-Of-A-Friend (FOAF) ontology [26] as the profile schema, proposes a unified approach based on Conditional  ... 
doi:10.1287/orsc.6.4.373 fatcat:rvavwonmkve7bazr344thg6bcu

Influence of community design on user behaviors in online communities

Marina Fiedler, Marko Sarstedt
2014 Journal of Business Research  
s (2007) conceptual framework of identity-based vs. bond-based attachment in online communities, this study evaluates the influence of numerous antecedents on user attachment as well as attachments' mediating  ...  While the question how community design influences user behaviors in online communities has recently attracted considerable research, few studies empirically evaluate the influencing factors of specific  ...  state that "thus far, few scholars have taken theoretically-motivated positions on design for online communities (for one exception, see Kollock 1998) , and there is little research to examine this approach  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.jbusres.2014.06.014 fatcat:d325n3u3x5adxlwpshmhy3ajfm

Diffusing science through social networks: The case of breastfeeding communication on Twitter

Sara Moukarzel, Martin Rehm, Miguel del Fresno, Alan J. Daly, Sergi Lozano
2020 PLoS ONE  
In response to this call, we gathered data from Twitter for one month from major breastfeeding hashtags resulting in an interconnected social network (n = 3,798 users).  ...  Nonetheless, in terms of outreach to the general public, the two-step networks of SC influences were more heterogenous than ICs (55.7 ± 5.07, 50.9 ± 12.0, respectively, P<0.001).  ...  from scholars to the general public does exist in a wide range of academic disciplines [33] [34] [35] .  ... 
doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0237471 pmid:32790712 fatcat:yizk6nhvpveprjk5g7uuj7mdrm

Communication and Public Opinion: Plus Ca Change?

D. C. Mutz, L. Young
2011 Public Opinion Quarterly  
In this case, the research question is largely a descriptive one, asking to what extent the state of the communication environment is as one would like it to be.  ...  Three central themes that have persisted throughout the history of research on communication and public opinion are examined in light of past, present, and future research.  ...  Based on this assessment, it seems fair to say that academic research remains largely irrelevant to what transpires in the real world (see Green and Smith 2003) .  ... 
doi:10.1093/poq/nfr052 fatcat:27h2p6paffeqrgh3iezwrhxcri

Political Communication Patterns of Young Adults in Germany

Mario Datts, Jan-Erik Wiederholz, Martin Schultze, Gerhard Vowe
2021 Frontiers in Communication  
On the basis of a sample from 2013, we investigated the patterns of political communication of young adults (ages 18–33 years).  ...  Moreover, our approach encourages follow-up research, as our results provide a valuable starting point for intergenerational comparisons regarding changes in political engagement among young adults in  ...  Friends, acquaintances and family members function as recruitment networks in this sense.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fcomm.2021.729519 fatcat:jkzzfu74irbgxgzzsxdl5mwhiy

Graph Embedding for Scholar Recommendation in Academic Social Networks

Chengzhe Yuan, Yi He, Ronghua Lin, Yong Tang
2021 Frontiers in Physics  
Different from friend recommendation in conventional social networks, scholar recommendation in ASNs usually involves different academic entities (e.g., scholars, scientific publications, and status updates  ...  In this article, we propose to design a graph embedding-based scholar recommendation system by leveraging academic auxiliary information.  ...  Xu Y, Zhou D, Ma J Scholar-friend Recommendation in Online Academic Communities: An Approach Based on Heterogeneous Network.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fphy.2021.768006 fatcat:qjmv3eyvmncktdqoid5vhldke4

The Use of Social Media for Communication and Education in Debre Tabor University, Ethiopia

2020 New Media and Mass Communication  
Accordingly, the findings indicated that all of the respondents use online social networks and they have one form of social media profiles.  ...  The researchers recommend that social media is useful tool for university community due to its low cost, immediacy, accessibility, and its heterogeneous audience.  ...  Acknowledgement We would like to thank in heart our respondents, DTU 2017 graduate class students and the people that contribute for the accomplishment of this work i.e.  ... 
doi:10.7176/nmmc/87-02 fatcat:ahqhjuxhufgsvgnigvqnvtlhjy

Community Representations in Learning Communities

Filitsa Dingyloudi, Jan-Willem Strijbos
2019 Scandinavian Journal of Educational Research  
A conceptual review of sociological and community psychology perspectives on the community construct is initially presented.  ...  Our contribution aims to enhance readers' understanding of how "community" is represented in learning communities, which in turn can inform any design decisions and facilitation strategies by learning  ...  The search was conducted with Harzing's (2007) Publish or Perish, a software that retrieves academic citations based on Google Scholar as a citation source.  ... 
doi:10.1080/00313831.2019.1640788 fatcat:atjj3quvb5d3hpxhsrafcy2dm4

Metrics for the New Internet Marketing Communications Mix [chapter]

Randolph E. Bucklin, Oliver J. Rutz, Michael Trusov
2009 Review of Marketing Research  
Online communities, social networking sites, online referral programs, product reviews, and blogs all allow word-of-mouth to spread faster and farther than in the past.  ...  Research on paid search is still emerging but early work has developed approaches that marketers can use as the basis for suitable performance metrics.  ...  Online communities, social networking sites, online referral programs, and blogs are all examples of the venues in which the Internet facilitates WOM communication.  ... 
doi:10.1108/s1548-6435(2008)0000005011 fatcat:g5bcpr7sjrbatc3v3l6vpewp3m

Communication barriers in emergency remote education

Oleksandra Shevchenko, Vadym Tkachenko, Kateryna Tkachenko, Yuliia Nenko
2022 Revista Brasileira de Educação do Campo  
The primary goal of the current research is to provide an initial indication of the potential size and nature of the extant communication barriers in emergency remote learning.  ...  This is a literature review focused on the findings of 206 published open-access journal articles on teacher-student educational interaction during the COVID-19 pandemic.  ...  of social contact in the academic context, as major communication barriers.  ... 
doi:10.20873/uft.rbec.e14210 doaj:5bf3030a4a9a4d86bfc28bedafdc1054 fatcat:t44s3qtjl5h6ncbxeg6xuhvrv4

A review of social networking service (SNS) research in communication journals from 2006 to 2011

Yin Zhang, Louis Leung
2014 New Media & Society  
This article presents a review of the scholarship on social networking services (SNS) in the period from 2006 to 2011.  ...  Through a full scan of the academic output published in six high-ranking communication journals listed in the Social Science Citation Index (SSCI) within the six-year period, 84 directly relevant articles  ...  Acknowledgements An earlier manuscript of this paper was presented at the 2012 convention of the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication (AEJMC) in Chicago, IL.  ... 
doi:10.1177/1461444813520477 fatcat:hnmom67wu5ceze5biwkyvsobnu

Recommendation Based on Review Texts and Social Communities: A Hybrid Model

Zhenyan Ji, Huaiyu Pi, Wei Wei, Bo Xiong, Marcin Wozniak, Robertas Damasevicius
2019 IEEE Access  
The experiment results show that recommendation accuracy can be improved significantly with our hybrid model based on review texts and social communities.  ...  To utilize diverse personalized information to improve recommendation accuracy, we propose a hybrid recommendation model based on users' ratings, reviews, and social data.  ...  Ji et al.: Recommendation Based on Review Texts and Social Communities  ... 
doi:10.1109/access.2019.2897586 fatcat:oz6mtlwoyjejfg3wpgqn5hy6pq

Building Buzz

Xuan Liang, Leona Yi-Fan Su, Sara K. Yeo, Dietram A. Scheufele, Dominique Brossard, Michael Xenos, Paul Nealey, Elizabeth A. Corley
2014 Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly  
Although scientists have traditionally been reluctant to engage in public communication at the expense of focusing on academic productivity, our survey of highly cited U.S. nano-scientists, paired with  ...  data on their social media use, shows that public communication, such as interactions with reporters and being mentioned on Twitter, can contribute to a scholar's scientific impact.  ...  In this sense, the algorithm that calculates a webpage's importance is based on the same logic that evaluates peerreviewed articles' importance and scholars' academic impact, but on a much larger scale  ... 
doi:10.1177/1077699014550092 fatcat:55minqif7vgl3edakvgxkpc4qq

Online Social Networks, Social Capital and Health-related Behaviors: A State-of-the-art Analysis

Carolin Durst, Janine Viol, Nilmini Wickramasinghe
2013 Communications of the Association for Information Systems  
Moreover, the model incorporates potential social capital as a special type of social capital in online social networks and uses network-based measures instead of self-reported data.  ...  It is the thesis of this article that social capital in online social networks might be similarly associated.  ...  According to Smith [2008] , social capital in a community is based on relationships, individuals' attributes and the available social resources.  ... 
doi:10.17705/1cais.03205 fatcat:hmp3xsdlz5ahzjpbeuit2k55ym

Localization of computer-mediated communication and corporate impression on online communities

Christine Hallier Willi, Bang Nguyen, T.C. Melewar, Suraksha Gupta, Xiaoyu Yu
2019 Internet Research  
Interviews with 17 academics and practitioners who were experts in this area of work were recruited for collecting insights on a social network site and selected according to criteria such as interest,  ...  Discussion A substantial shortage of academic research exists regarding the role of corporate impression formation in localized online communities.  ... 
doi:10.1108/intr-05-2016-0126 fatcat:u3n22w546ff3fbw3ic2w6hn3zu
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