2014 – Posters

SEPTEMBER 27 • SATURDAY  5:10pm – 7:00pm Poster Session & Reception

Accepted Posters

  1. Alexandra Makos and Jim Hewitt. The Like Button: What a Head-Nod Looks Like in Online Collaborative Discussions
  2. Alexandre Fortier and Jacquie Burkell. Negotiating privacy on Facebook: Three subjective positions
  3. Alexandre Sevigny and David Scholz. Social Media Reality Check 3.0
  4. Amanda Oldring. Tweet the Alarm: What Tsunami Early Warning Networks Tell Us about Reaching ‘Last-Mile’ Populations
  5. Amy Ohta. From helpless to empowered: Online support groups and the construction of caregiver identities in Japanese and English-language social media
  6. Ana Rita Morais. Instanews: Photojournalism in the Instagram Era
  7. Asta Zelenkauskaite. Social media and breaking news coverage. Platform-specific practices: Twitter vs. Facebook
  8. Ataharul Chowdhury and Helen Hambly Odame. Stakeholder’s Conversations through Social Media. Implications for Agriculture and Rural Development Innovations
  9. Chandana Unnithan and Indu Nair. Linking Civic Sentiment to Actuality – A Meta Aspect based Sentiment Analysis of Indian Elections
  10. Christian Rapp, Yasemin Gulbahar and Jennifer Erlemann. Social Media for Education—A Toolkit for Supporting Instructors in Higher Education Enriching Their Teaching with Social Media.
  11. Christine Moser and Peter Groenewegen. An organizational field in the (b)making: Institutional structuration in the emerging cake decorating field
  12. Daiji Hario and Kenji Yoshimi. Research on an implementation of the social media marketing strategy of food & drink companies in Japan
  13. Denel Rehberg Sedo, Danielle Fuller, Tim Hodson, Sara Beadle and Abigail Campbell. Reading Lives: Exploring-Connecting-Sharing
  14. Elham Alghamdi, Derek Reilly and Sandra Toze. Social Media Based Businesses in Saudi Arabia
  15. Elodie Crespel. Sharing online videos for deeper interaction among friends
  16. Emad Khazraee and Azade Sanjari. Most Influential or Most Vociferous: Analysis of political discussion during Iran Presidential Election 2013
  17. Eman Alyami and Stan Matwin. Characterization of Social Media Use in the Middle East
  18. Emily Dolan and Brenda Wrigley. Supportive Communication on Facebook Among Women
  19. Emily Dolan, Jessica Covert and Allison Shaw. The Effects of Facebook Use on Physical Self-Concept Strength
  20. Gashaw Abeza, Norm O’Reilly and Mark Dittori. The Use of Social Media in Meeting Relationship Marketing Goals: The Case of Sporting Event Organizations
  21. Gavin Adamson. What we read and share about mental health news
  22. Guang Ying Mo and Barry Wellman. Evaluating Communication Means in Multidisciplinary Research Networks
  23. Hoda Hamouda. Eyewitness
  24. Innocent Awasom. Using Social Media to Teach Information Literacy in select African universities
  25. Jacky Au Duong and Frauke Zeller. #JustDoIt: Brand-to-Consumer Interaction via Twitter
  26. Jaigris Hodson and Gilbert Wilkes. Content Aggregation and Curation as a Means to Separate Signal from Noise in Large Social Datasets
  27. Jessica Thom and Jacquelyn Burkell. The Effects of Online Commenting on the Perception of News Stories
  28. Julian Brais, Tarek El Fedawy, Kazem Kutob and Michael Grüninger. Select Your Hashtags Scientifically: A Framework to Optimize Tweet Hashtag Portfolios in Twitter
  29. Kalpana Ghimire Bastakoti and Conny Davidsen. Spatio-Temporal Visualization of Twitter Communication on REDD+
  30. L.Y.C. Wong. Information Diffusion on Social Media: Why People Share and ‘Re-share’ Online
  31. Linnea Laestadius and Hui Xie. Blurring the Lines Between Consumers and Producers: A Case Study of a KFC Marketing Campaign Promoting User-Generated Content
  32. Márcio Carneiro Santos. Talking to an API – A study of news values on the Twitter platform.
  33. Mary Jane Kwok Choon. Temporary disconnection and addiction to social network sites : an analysis of the use and non-use of Facebook by young adults
  34. Mohammad Alotaibi. Twitter, diwaniya: Who influences whom?
  35. Naureen Nizam, Carolyn Watters and Anatoliy Gruzd. Navigating Websites the Social Way: An evaluation of a Social Media Panel Prototype
  36. Nazanin Andalibi. Exploring Online Public Interactions Surrounding Mental Health: The Case of The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline’s Facebook Page
  37. Paul Nixon, Rajash Rawal and Andreas Funk. Devolving Discourse: Social Media and Independence
  38. Peter Timusk and Matthew McLennan. The individual, privacy and the Internet
  39. Pooya Moradian Zadeh and Ziad Kobti. A Study on Social Influence level of Layers in Multi-layer Online Social Networks
  40. Raywat Deonandan. Attitudes Regarding Physicians’ Accessibility Via Social Media
  41. Regina Collins, S. Roxanne Hiltz and Fadi P. Deek. Exploring Pearltrees: A Social Media System Supporting Knowledge Management for e-Learning
  42. Richard Naples. The GIF that keeps on giving: GIF animation as an audience development strategy for legacy library collections
  43. Ryan Price. #HamOnt — Twitter, Civic Engagement, and Community in the City of Hamilton
  44. Shadi Ghajar and Mark Chignell. The Role of Social Influence in Users’ Online Choices
  45. Shelley Guyton. Bayan Bloggers: Negotiating National Identity through Social Media
  46. Sylvia Peacock. We Are the Data! Big Data and User Agency
  47. Vivian Howard and Alyssa Harder “Cohesive community: Social media and One Book Nova Scotia
  48. Yimin Chen, Niall Conroy and Victoria Rubin. Fact of Fiction? Detecting Digital Deception or Deliberate Misinformation in News Stories
  49. Yukari Seko and Stephen Lewis. Triggering or Engaging? A Quantitative Content Analysis of Comments to Flickr Photographs of Non-Suicidal Self-Injury

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