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The role of ICTs in everyday mobile lives

Tilly Line, Juliet Jain, Glenn Lyons
2011 Journal of Transport Geography  
We recommend you cite the published version. The publisher's URL is http://dx.  ...  She is a regular user of her mobile phone to text and call, and the internet at home and at university for information searching, email and social networking sites.  ...  staff), as well as the ability to socialize with friends through social networking sites.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.jtrangeo.2010.07.002 fatcat:4qsfw7roirdvleon4efpwgpsy4

Who Beats the Dutch Tax Department? Tracing 20 Years of Niche–Regime Interactions on Collective Solar PV Production in The Netherlands

Henk-Jan Kooij, Arnoud Lagendijk, Marieke Oteman
2018 Sustainability  
biography and mapping of the evolution of the social and institutional network around the innovation.  ...  In conclusion, the innovation path of the PCR emphasizes the importance of the political and associational in the energy transition and in transition thinking.  ...  In addition, we would like to thank all the respondents for their cooperation and valuable input and time for this study.  ... 
doi:10.3390/su10082807 fatcat:aeb6olsw3rfgvdbi3kypufj3li

Four Functions of Digital Tools in Election Campaigns

Andreas Jungherr
2016 The International Journal of Press/Politics  
Based on observations and in-depth interviews with key personnel in the campaigns of six of the parties running for Parliament, I examine whether German campaigns' use of digital tools follows the usage  ...  I group how campaigns use digital tools into four categories: organizational structures and work routines, presence in information spaces online, support in resource collection and allocation, and symbolic  ...  Presence in Information Spaces Online: Web Sites and Social Networking Sites Web sites were central to the campaigns of German parties for the federal election of 2013.  ... 
doi:10.1177/1940161216642597 fatcat:lc5s4yr7sjbe7b3ujamewiuq5y

Commemorating from a distance: the digital transformation of Holocaust memory in times of COVID-19

Tobias Ebbrecht-Hartmann
2020 Media Culture and Society  
These measures posed a significant challenge, because contemporary forms of Holocaust commemoration are particularly based on the personal experience of presence at museums and historical sites.  ...  It argues that in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, Holocaust memorials began experimenting with the potential of social media for Holocaust memory.  ...  , sponsored by the Institute for Human Sciences in Vienna and the European Forum at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, and has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation  ... 
doi:10.1177/0163443720983276 fatcat:ktofy4bolbe3vl2yxljb6ugmya

Transition, stress and computer-mediated social support

Jude P. Mikal, Ronald E. Rice, Audrey Abeyta, Jenica DeVilbiss
2013 Computers in Human Behavior  
This review of literature from multiple disciplines argues that the Internet is useful both in communicating support, and in the rapid reestablishment of socially supportive peer networks, when an individual's  ...  We subsequently describe how transition involves a loss of social support networks and social capital, leading to increased stress and decreased wellbeing.  ...  Over half of the characteristics appeared in all four domains, while fear and limited mobility were discussed in only two of the domains. 1.4.2.1. Roles, identities, and expectations.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.chb.2012.12.012 fatcat:my2fdkq7nzgoto2fnvwpocsiky

Promoting Environmental Justice Through Community-Based Participatory Research: The Role of Community and Partnership Capacity

Meredith Minkler, Victoria Breckwich Vásquez, Mansoureh Tajik, Dana Petersen
2006 Health Education & Behavior  
This article presents the results of a cross-site case study of four CBPR partnerships in the United States that researched environmental health problems and worked to educate legislators and promote relevant  ...  The four CBPR partnerships examined were situated in NewYork, California, Oklahoma, and North Carolina and were part of a larger national study.  ...  in the context of the partnership.  ... 
doi:10.1177/1090198106287692 pmid:16861594 fatcat:mtsjzfjt2bdjbdamsnp2zm7sfe

Methodological entanglements in the field: methods, transitions and transmissions

Katrina Jungnickel, Larissa Hjorth
2014 Visual Studies  
In this article we explore the interrelationship between methods, transitions and transmissions as a way in which to understand both the traditions.  ...  While much discussion of art practice within research and university contexts tends to draw from 'practice-led' or 'practice-based' research, those practices outside the visual arts that deploy art-related  ...  Latour and Yaneva's work draws on actor network theory (ANT) which emerged from early science studies in recognition of the role played by humans as well as non-humans in complex heterogeneous networks  ... 
doi:10.1080/1472586x.2014.887263 fatcat:dxmv2n7enjbt3ixgej7i42kzpm

New media, youngsters and family: An emerging culture of changing communication practices in Indian families – a study in Delhi and NCR

Namita Nagpal, Guru Gobind Singh University, Sarvesh Dutt Tripathi
2019 World of Media Journal of Russian Media and Journalism Studies  
The usage of social networking sites amongst teenagers and college going students greatly increased with extensive influence on the youth in numerous ways, particularly as the new platform has scope to  ...  India has a special place on the social networking sites map owing to large numbers of its young users 3 .  ...  in a wider network of role and social relations.  ... 
doi:10.30547/worldofmedia.3.2019.1 fatcat:dcsrkuhntvg6dbwfs2irm2vqvm

Effects of uses and gratifications on social media use

Md. Alamgir Hossain
2019 PSU Research Review  
Purpose -Billions of people around the world are experiencing new ways of interacting with people using the social networking sites (SNS).  ...  Originality/value -The proposed framework would extensively contribute to the SNS literature and managerial insights by integrating personal and social factors in determining the user acceptance of the  ...  Most of these social networking sites (SNS) offer users the opportunity to present individuals and connect them to existing and new social network users.  ... 
doi:10.1108/prr-07-2018-0023 fatcat:7hd5zyr2ffd2lcplj7tfezwafm

Profiles as Conversation: Networked Identity Performance on Friendster

D. Boyd, J. Heer
2006 Proceedings of the 39th Annual Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS'06)  
We focus on the role of Profiles in context creation and interpretation, negotiating unknown audiences, and initiating conversations.  ...  In this paper, we will discuss how the performance of social identity and relationships shifted the Profile from being a static representation of self to a communicative body in conversation with the other  ...  Acknowledgements Thanks to Tribe.net for funding focus groups; Jean and Nevy Valentine for sharing their Profiles; Quotester for photos of Fakesters; and all Fakesters and Realsters for participating in  ... 
doi:10.1109/hicss.2006.394 dblp:conf/hicss/BoydH06 fatcat:zhgtyav5vjbezhdlysldnuioiu

Social Media and the Fear of Missing Out: Scale Development and Assessment

Jessica P Abel, Cheryl L. Buff, Sarah A. Burr
2016 Journal of Business & Economics Research  
Results also suggest significant differences in the use of particular social media based on ones level of FOMO.  ...  Using extant scales for inadequacy, irritability, anxiety, and self- esteem, a list of items (n=37), postulated to measure FOMO, was created.  ...  Social Media and FOMO Social media sites play an essential role in the fear of missing out.  ... 
doi:10.19030/jber.v14i1.9554 fatcat:ktx4x72slfegfcltg3y27ijq2e

The effects of ambient media: What unplugging reveals about being plugged in

Jessica Roberts, Michael Koliska
2014 First Monday  
It is an environment created by the networks, Web sites, and applications that allow us to share information, the mobile devices that make access to that information constantly and instantly available,  ...  We recognize that there are differences between these modes and media of interacting, as well public information such as news, and personal information of the kind shared through social networks.  ...  Stine Eckert, Sergei Golitsinski, Elia Powers, Soo-Kwang Oh and other graduate and undergraduate students at the University of Maryland assisted in the initial analysis of data.  ... 
doi:10.5210/fm.v19i8.5220 fatcat:776b3akprvflboptbg7of2vpla

A Preliminary Study on 3600 Immersive Virtual Reality (IVR) vs Non - Immersive Virtual Reality (N-IVR) of Event Marketing

Emma Nuraihan Mior Ibrahim, Universiti Teknologi MARA, 40450, Shah Alam, Selangor, Malaysia
2019 International Journal of Advanced Trends in Computer Science and Engineering  
The research is attempt to compare the user presence and immersion with different virtual reality interactivity in the context of event campaign and marketing.  ...  A focus group session consists of 10 potential clients participated in the experimental work using 360 0 IVR and non-IVR interaction (N-IVR).  ...  INTRODUCTION The proliferation of the Internet, social networks and mobile technology has long considerable impact towards the success of marketing [1] , [2] .  ... 
doi:10.30534/ijatcse/2019/0281.62019 fatcat:yxtyvqddcvgnteaxoktc7weygq

Impact of mobile advertising wearout on consumer irritation, perceived intrusiveness, engagement and loyalty: A partial least squares structural equation modelling analysis

Ahmad A.M. Alwreikat, Husam Rjoub
2020 South African Journal of Business Management  
The present study examines the effects of Mobile Ad Wearout on irritation, intrusiveness, engagement, and loyalty via social media outlets.Design/methodology/approach: Survey data were solicited from consumers  ...  Irritation resulted in lower levels of consumer engagement; no changes were observed in consumer loyaltyPractical implications: The study shows managers how Mobile Ad Wearout causes irritation and intrusiveness  ...  Disclaimer The views and opinions expressed in this article are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the official policy or position of any affiliated agency of the authors.  ... 
doi:10.4102/sajbm.v51i1.2046 fatcat:dvixshh6zzgifmevak7fhgj6sq

Taken Out of Context: American Teen Sociality in Networked Publics

danah boyd
2008 Social Science Research Network  
This dissertation documents my 2.5-year ethnographic study of American teens' engagement with social network sites and the ways in which their participation supported and complicated three practices-self-presentation  ...  While social network sites were predominantly used by teens as a peer-based social outlet, the unchartered nature of these sites generated fear among adults.  ...  Teens played an important role in the popularization of instant messaging, beepers, mobile phones, text messaging, online journals/blogs, and social network sites.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.1344756 fatcat:yijalpqxtrc7rhzzyaj2opqp5u
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