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Stewardship of personal data on social networking sites

Spyros Angelopoulos, Michael Brown, Derek McAuley, Yasmin Merali, Richard Mortier, Dominic Price
2021 International Journal of Information Management  
We apply our conceptual design to the context of social networking sites, where we specifically address issues related to privacy, and identity and pave the path to a broader set of possible applications  ...  To address that lacuna, we propose a conceptual design that can help to overcome many of the challenges related to storage, analysis, and integrity associated with the stewardship of personal data on online  ...  Following these, we demonstrate the utility of our conceptual design through an application on social networking sites (SNS), for which we conduct a survey to identify strategies deployed by users to manage  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.ijinfomgt.2020.102208 fatcat:yswny43fsjbmtce7i5bb4ettle

The Impact of Using Social Media with Political Purposes on the Intention of Political Participation of Social Media Users

Soobum Lee, 김동우
2012 Journal of Public Relations  
This paper thus studies the impact of the determinants of social media usage on information policies, in particular information stewardship and usefulness.  ...  meta data, and e) longevity of data & retention of records.  ...  In average 50% of social networking site users have at least two profiles in one site and 45% in average have profile in at least two social networking sites (www.pewinternet.org). 3. Visibility.  ... 
doi:10.15814/jpr.2012.16.1.78 fatcat:jurwyikruffxfhskk5qv3a2j6y

A Social-Ecological Framework for Urban Stewardship Network Research to Promote Sustainable and Resilient Cities

Michele Romolini, R. Bixler, J. Grove
2016 Sustainability  
Cities present unique challenges and opportunities for sustainability and resilience, as issues and organizations are frequently intertwined in networks of relations.  ...  Understanding and leveraging the range of knowledge types, motivations, skills,  ...  The funding sponsors had no role in the design of the study; in the collection, analyses, or interpretation of data; in the writing of the manuscript, and in the decision to publish the results.  ... 
doi:10.3390/su8090956 fatcat:sxqioeq3szfzjnpebtobt3kyke

Quantifying local coastal stewardship reveals motivations, models and engagement strategies

John W. Turnbull, Emma L. Johnston, Lana Kajlich, Graeme F. Clark
2020 Biological Conservation  
We found that stewardship was predicted by four traits: attraction to marine wildlife, self-identifying as local, size of local social network, and norms regarding informal enforcement.  ...  We interviewed 111 people in eastern Australia about their knowledge and use of the coast and extracted information on seven generalised stewardship actions.  ...  This research was supported by the University of New South Wales and an Australian Government Research Training Program (RTP) Scholarship.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.biocon.2020.108714 fatcat:z7n6eumzezhbrpemsnet242f2e

Environmental stewardship footprint research: linking human agency and ecosystem health in the Puget Sound region

Kathleen L. Wolf, Dale J. Blahna, Weston Brinkley, Michele Romolini
2011 Urban Ecosystems  
Environmental stewardship is an often overlooked intervention strategy, and the full potential of civic engagement by citizens on behalf of ecosystem health is little understood.  ...  Using a coupled systems approach, integrated analysis of social and ecological footprints can lead to greater theoretical understanding and more effective programs at the landscape scale.  ...  Specifically, 22% focus their stewardship on water, with 12% working almost exclusively with water. And finally, 83% of the groups conduct stewardship in multiple, rather than one, project sites.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11252-011-0175-6 fatcat:dntgbt3cmzbvtmtw7djg7ryz24

Stories, Shrines, and Symbols: Recognizing Psycho-Social-Spiritual Benefits of Urban Parks and Natural Areas

Erika S. Svendsen, Lindsay K. Campbell, Heather L. McMillen
2016 Journal of Ethnobiology  
This is the second paper in a series that focuses on the social and organizational dynamics of urban environmental stewardship.  ...  They tended to hear about the event from their individual social networks comprised of family, friends, or colleagues.  ...  MillionTreesNYC tree planting events through their personal social networks outside of the organization.  ... 
doi:10.2993/0278-0771-36.4.881 fatcat:4rq27aczrrb3vc6dwjfwcqwdwq

Recognizing Stewardship Practices as Indicators of Social Resilience: In Living Memorials and in a Community Garden

Heather McMillen, Lindsay Campbell, Erika Svendsen, Renae Reynolds
2016 Sustainability  
attachment, social cohesion, social networks, and knowledge exchange and diversification.  ...  The process of operationalizing abstract indicators of social resilience has important implications for managers to support social (and ecological) resilience in the specific areas where stewardship takes  ...  Author Contributions: The paper represents contributions from Heather McMillen who served as lead author and collected data for LMP; Campbell collected data for LMP and B41 Gardens, co-wrote (with Reynolds  ... 
doi:10.3390/su8080775 fatcat:l66saaimpjf4fd7ea6i3o3ctla

Using Stewardship to Cultivate Fandom Online: Comparing How National Football League Teams Use Their Web Sites and Facebook to Engage Their Fans

Richard D. Waters, Kimberly A. Burke, Zachary H. Jackson, Jamie D. Buning
2011 International Journal of Sport Communication  
However, critics have challenged these supportive voices because of organizations' limited control over the sites' design and the lack of demonstrated return on investment for social-media endeavors.  ...  Social-media consultants and strategic communication firms have promoted the use of social media by organizations because of their supposed advantages for developing relationships and online communities  ...  creating fandom on their own personal Web sites rather than Facebook.  ... 
doi:10.1123/ijsc.4.2.163 fatcat:ruxg6wn4kngdtjs2xl3iufasgq

LESI: A quantitative indicator to measure local environmental stewardship

John W Turnbull, Emma L Johnston, Graeme F Clark
2020 MethodsX  
This method develops a local environmental stewardship indicator (LESI), which represents the level of stewardship action of a person at a place.  ...  LESI requires a brief interview to ascertain an individual's past and current stewardship activities, which are scored on a frequency scale for each of seven action categories.  ...  Thanks also to Sonia Graham, Adriana Verges and Lana Kajlich for stimulating discussions regarding social research methods, social networks and virtuous circles.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.mex.2020.101141 pmid:33294399 pmcid:PMC7689180 fatcat:j4hq2e7zord6hd7xuimq6lm5ey

Practicing collaborative leadership: Demonstrating value through evidence of partnership impact

Amy E. Mickel, Sharon Farrell
2021 Parks Stewardship Forum  
The very scale of these challenges requires new and creative approaches to land protection and stewardship; therefore, many conservation leaders and practitioners are exploring new ways to restore and  ...  Landscape stewardship partnerships and networks have significantly grown over the past two decades to collaborate, innovate, and undertake collective action at varying scales.  ...  Quantifying and measuring operational impacts through administering surveys and creating tools such as social network models helps us focus on some of the essential roles networks play-data and resource  ... 
doi:10.5070/p537253236 fatcat:4uxqjqwxwnf3dmaa5vfufuf5qq

Organizing urban ecosystem services through environmental stewardship governance in New York City

James J. Connolly, Erika S. Svendsen, Dana R. Fisher, Lindsay K. Campbell
2013 Landscape and Urban Planning  
The authors would like to thank the anonymous reviewers and editors at Landscape and Urban Planning for comments on earlier drafts of this paper.  ...  As a result of the intertwined social and ecological dimensions of stewardship, urban sites and the ecosystem services they support have agency within social networks.  ...  One challenge of this study is the limitations of our network data, which did not include the full universe of stewardship groups in New York City.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.landurbplan.2012.07.001 fatcat:q3knphkdpng7zejfarh5ksdske

Assessing and comparing relationships between urban environmental stewardship networks and land cover in Baltimore and Seattle

Michele Romolini, J. Morgan Grove, Dexter H. Locke
2013 Landscape and Urban Planning  
Social network and spatial regression analyses were applied to these data to explore relationships among variations in neighborhood land cover and network measures.  ...  We surveyed environmental stewardship organizations in each city to collect data about organizational relationships and locations of stewardship activities.  ...  Your person al info rmati on is confid ent ial. We wil l not share your name, personal email, person al phone numbe r, or ot her identifying inf orm ation with anyon e outside of the research team.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.landurbplan.2013.08.008 fatcat:6cinb5ptkvcqlglpqdykddbnpy

Stewarding a legacy

Jed R. Brubaker, Lynn S. Dombrowski, Anita M. Gilbert, Nafiri Kusumakaulika, Gillian R. Hayes
2014 Proceedings of the 32nd annual ACM conference on Human factors in computing systems - CHI '14  
This paper extends research on the giving and inheriting of digital artifacts by examining social network site accounts post-mortem.  ...  Given the important role that social network sites play in online bereavement practices, we conducted a series of in-depth qualitative interviews to explore issues around inheritance and post-mortem data  ...  This work was supported in part by the Intel Science and Technology Center for Social Computing.  ... 
doi:10.1145/2556288.2557059 dblp:conf/chi/BrubakerDGKH14 fatcat:flhjdhwlwbdyzps3xfdks7fkfy

Legacy Contact

Jed R. Brubaker, Vanessa Callison-Burch
2016 Proceedings of the 2016 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems - CHI '16  
However, the social and networked nature of personal data on social media, as well as the memorializing practices in which friends engage, indicate that other approaches are necessary.  ...  Post-mortem profiles on social network sites serve as both an archive of the deceased person's life and a gathering place for friends and loved ones.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS We would like to thank all of our colleagues at Facebook who contributed to the design, launch, and support of Legacy Contact.  ... 
doi:10.1145/2858036.2858254 dblp:conf/chi/BrubakerC16 fatcat:tl6ykbog3fgjzejq3wvdsa2qge

Enriching the Notion of Data Curation in E-Science: Data Managing and Information Infrastructuring in the Long Term Ecological Research (LTER) Network

Helena Karasti, Karen S. Baker, Eija Halkola
2006 Computer Supported Cooperative Work (CSCW)  
In such a context we identify a set of salient characteristics of ecological research and data that shape the data stewardship approach of the Long Term Ecological Research (LTER) network.  ...  This paper aims to enrich the current understanding of data curation prevalent in e-Science by drawing on an ethnographic study of one of the longest-running efforts at longterm consistent data collection  ...  Acknowledgements This work is partially supported by an NSF/SBE/SES Human Social Dynamics grant #04-33369.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10606-006-9023-2 fatcat:e3vmpxmiebet7aemqexf62kkxi
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