We are proud to have various publications come from each year’s International Conference on Social Media & Society.

2016 Conference Publications

 2016 #SMSociety Proceedings (ACM)

  • Paper Acceptance Rate: 38%
  • Full text articles will be available starting on July 11, 2016

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2016 Special Issue on Online Communities in Information, Communication & Society (Taylor & Francis)

  • Gruzd, A., Jacobson, J., Wellman, B., & Mai, P. (2016). Understanding communities in an age of social media: the good, the bad, and the complicated. Information, Communication, & Society, 19(9), 1187-1193. DOI:10.1080/1369118X.2016.1187195
  • Heravi, B. R., & Harrower, N. (2016). Twitter journalism in Ireland: sourcing and trust in the age of social media. Information, Communication, & Society, 19(9), 1194-1213. DOI:10.1080/1369118X.2016.1187649
  • Gilbert, S. (2016). Learning in a Twitter-based community of practice: an exploration of knowledge exchange as a motivation for participation in #hcsmca. Information, Communication, & Society, 19(9), 1214-1232. DOI:10.1080/1369118X.2016.1186715
  • McEwan, B. (2016) Communication of communities: linguistic signals of online groups. Information, Communication, & Society, 19(9), 1233-1249. DOI:10.1080/1369118X.2016.1186717
  • Mo, G. Y., & Wellman, B. (2016). The effects of multiple team membership on networking online and offline: using multilevel multiple membership modelling. Information, Communication, & Society, 19(9), 1250-1266. DOI:10.1080/1369118X.2016.1187194
  • Hampton, K. N., Lu, W. & Shin, I. (2016). Digital media and stress: the cost of caring 2.0. Information, Communication, & Society, 19(9), 1267-1286. DOI:10.1080/1369118X.2016.1186714
  • Suphan, A. & Mierzejewska, B. I. (2016). Boundaries between online and offline realms: how social grooming affects students in the USA and Germany. Information, Communication, & Society, 19(9), 1287-1305. DOI:10.1080/1369118X.2016.1186716
  • Hunter, A. (2016). Monetizing the mommy: mommy blogs and the audience commodity. Information, Communication, & Society, 19(9), 1306-1320. DOI:10.1080/1369118X.2016.1187642

2015 Conference Publications

2015 #SMSociety Proceedings (ACM)  

  • Paper Acceptance Rate: 42.5%

big data & societySpecial Theme Issue in Big Data & Society (Sage) 

2014 Conference Publications

big data & societySpecial Theme Issue in Big Data & Society (Sage)

  • Obar, J.A. (2015). Big Data and The Phantom Public: Walter Lippmann and the fallacy of data privacy self-management.  Big Data & Society 2(1), DOI: 10.1177/2053951715608876
  • Quan-Haase, A., Martin, K., & McCay-Peet, L. (2015). Networks of digital humanities scholars: The informational and social uses and gratifications of Twitter. Big Data & Society, 2(1), 2053951715589417.
  • Bingham-Hall, J. and Law, S. (2015) Connected or informed?: local Twitter networking in a London neighbourhood. Big Data & Society, 2(2), 
  • Dumas, C., LaManna, D., Harrison, T.M., Ravi, S.S., Kotfila, C., Gervais, N., Hagen, L., & Chen,F. (2015). Examining political mobilization of online communities through e-petitioning behavior in We the People. Big Data & Society , 2(2), 

2013 Conference Publications

ABSSpecial Issue on Networked Influence in American Behavioral Scientist (Sage)

  • Elizabeth Dubois and Devin Gaffney
    The Multiple Facets of Influence: Identifying Political Influentials and Opinion Leaders on Twitter
    American Behavioral Scientist September 2014 58: 1260-1277, first published on April 8, 2014 doi:10.1177/0002764214527088
  • Weiai Wayne Xu, Yoonmo Sang, Stacy Blasiola, and Han Woo Park
    Predicting Opinion Leaders in Twitter Activism Networks: The Case of the Wisconsin Recall Election
    American Behavioral Scientist September 2014 58: 1278-1293, first published on March 13, 2014 doi:10.1177/0002764214527091
  • Karine Nahon and Jeff Hemsley
    Homophily in the Guise of Cross-Linking: Political Blogs and Content
    American Behavioral Scientist September 2014 58: 1294-1313, first published on April 9, 2014 doi:10.1177/0002764214527090
  • Robin Blom, Serena Carpenter, Brian J. Bowe, and Ryan Lange
    Frequent Contributors Within U.S. Newspaper Comment Forums: An Examination of Their Civility and Information Value
    American Behavioral Scientist September 2014 58: 1314-1328, first published on March 28, 2014 doi:10.1177/0002764214527094
  • Haiyi Zhu and Bernardo A. Huberman
    To Switch or Not To Switch: Understanding Social Influence in Online Choices
    American Behavioral Scientist September 2014 58: 1329-1344, first published on March 28, 2014 doi:10.1177/0002764214527089
  • K. Hazel Kwon, Michael A. Stefanone, and George A. Barnett
    Social Network Influence on Online Behavioral Choices: Exploring Group Formation on Social Network Sites
    American Behavioral Scientist September 2014 58: 1345-1360, first published on March 28, 2014 doi:10.1177/0002764214527092
  • Kasper Welbers and Wouter de Nooy
    Stylistic Accommodation on an Internet Forum as Bonding: Do Posters Adapt to the Style of Their Peers?
    American Behavioral Scientist September 2014 58: 1361-1375, first published on March 17, 2014 doi:10.1177/0002764214527086
  • Sean Goggins and Eva Petakovic
    Connecting Theory to Social Technology Platforms: A Framework for Measuring Influence in Context
    American Behavioral Scientist September 2014 58: 1376-1392, first published on April 7, 2014 doi:10.1177/0002764214527093

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