Bibliography of Research on Social Network Sites

  1.  Aaltonen, S,, Kakderi, C,, Hausmann, V, and Heinze, A. (2013). Social media in Europe: Lessons from an online survey. In proceedings of the 18th UKAIS Annual Conference: Social Information Systems. (pp. Availalable online). USIR. , and 2013, , in: , 19-20 March 2013, Worcester College, Oxford, UK. (conference paper)

  2.  Acquisti, Alessandro, and Gross, Ralph. (2006). Imagined Communities: Awareness, Information Sharing, and Privacy on the Facebook.In Golle, P. and Danezis, G. (Eds.), Proceedings of 6th Workshop on Privacy Enhancing Technologies. (pp. 36--58).Cambridge, U.K. Robinson College. June 28-30. (conference paper)

  3.  Acquisti, Alessandro, and Gross, Ralph. (2009). Predicting Social Security numbers from public data. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 106 (27), 10975-10980. (journal article)

  4.  Adamic, Lada, Buyukkokten,Orkut, and Eytan Adar. (2003). A social network caught in the Web. First Monday, 8 (6). (journal article)

  5.  Adrien Guille, Hakim Hacid, Cécile Favre, and Djamel A. Zighed. (2013). Information diffusion in online social networks: a survey. SIGMOD Record, 42 (2). (journal article)

  6.  Agarwal, S., and Mital, M.. (2009). Focus on Business Practices: An Exploratory Study of Indian University Students' Use of Social Networking Web Sites: Implications for the Workplace. Business Communication Quarterly. (journal article)

  7.  Ahmed OH, Sullivan SJ, Schneiders AG, and McCrory P. (2010). iSupport: do social networking sites have a role to play in concussion awareness? . Disability and Rehabilitation, 32(22), 1877-1883. (journal article)

  8.  Ahn, June. (2012). Teenagers’ experiences with social network sites: Relationships to bridging and bonding social capital. The Information Society, 28(2), 99-109. (journal article)

  9.  Ahn, June. (2012). Teenagers and social network sites: Do off–line inequalities predict their online social networks?. First Monday, 17 (1-2). (journal article)

  10.  Ahn, June. (2011). The effect of social network sites on adolescents’ academic and social development: Current theories and controversies. Journal of the American Society for Information Science & Technology, 62(8), 1435-1445. (journal article)

  11.  Ahn, June. (2011). Digital divides and social network sites: Which students participate in social media?. Journal of Educational Computing Research, 45(2), 147-163. (journal article)

  12.  Ahn, Yong-Yeol, Han, S., Kwak, H., Moon, S., and Jeong, H.. (2007). Analysis of topological characteristics of huge online social networking services. WWW '07: Proceedings of the 16th international conference on World Wide Web. (pp. 835-844).New York, NY, USA (conference paper)

  13.  Ajith Sundaram. (2010). Evaluation of Social networking sites for business application. (mastersthesis)

  14.  Al-Lami, Mina, Hoskins, Andrew, and O\'Loughlin, Ben. (2012). Mobilisation and violence in the new media ecology: the Dua Khalil Aswad and Camilia Shehata cases. Critical Studies on Terrorism, 5(2), 237-256. (journal article)

  15.  Albrechtslund, Anders. (2008). Online Social Networking as Participatory Surveillance. First Monday, 13 (3). (journal article)

  16.  Aleksandra Korolova, Rajeev Motwani, Shubha U. Nabar, and Ying Xu. (2008). Link privacy in social networks. Proceedings of the 17th ACM conference on Information and Knowledge Management (CIKM\'08). (pp. 289-298). ACM. (conference paper)

  17.  Ambrose, David. (2007). Virtual Interactive Communication: A Bicultural Survey Through the Lens of Web 2.0. Department of German (unpublished)

  18.  Ampofo, Lawrence, Collister, Simon, O\'Loughlin, Ben, and Chadwick, Andrew. (2013). Text Mining and Social Media: When Quantitative Meets Qualitative, and Software Meets Humans. Working paper. Royal Holloway, University of London; New Political Communication Unit. (misc)

  19.  Anatoliy Gruzd, and DeNel Rehberg Sedo. (2012). #1b1t: Investigating Reading Practices at the Turn of the Twenty-first Century. Mémoires du livre / Studies in Book Culture, 3. (journal article)

  20.  Andrejevic, Mark. (2005). The work of watching one another: Lateral surveillance, risk and governance. Surveillance & Society, 2 (4), 479-497. (journal article)

  21.  Antonio Tapiador, Diego Carrera, and Joaquín Salvachúa. (2011). Tie-RBAC: An application of RBAC to Social Networks. Web 2.0 Security and Privacy.Oakland, California

  22.  Athanasopoulos, E.A. Makridakis, Antonatos, S., Antoniades, D., Ioannidis, S., Anagnostakis, K.G., and Markatos, E.P.. (2008). Antisocial Networks: Turning a Social Network into a Botnet. (techreport)

  23.  Auer, Matthew. (2011). The Policy Sciences of Social Media. Policy Studies Journal, 39(4), 709-736. (journal article)

  24.  Awan, Akil N., Hoskins, Andrew, and O\'Loughlin, Ben. (2011). Radicalisation and Media: Connectivity and Terrorism in the New Media Ecology. (book chapter)

  25.  •Danica Radovanovic, and Massimo Ragnedda. (2012). Small Talk in the Digital Age: Making Sense of Phatic Posts. world wide web 2012.

  26.  Back, M. D., Stopfer, J. M., Vazire, S., Gaddis, S., Schmukle, S. C., Egloff, B., and Gosling, S. D. (2010). Facebook profiles reflect actual personality, not self-idealization.. Psychological Science, 21, 372-374. (journal article)

  27.  Backstrom, Lars, Dwork, C., and Kleinberg, Jon. (2007). Wherefore art thou r3579x? anonymized social networks, hidden patterns, and structural steganography. Proceedings of the 16th international conference on World Wide Web. (pp. 181-190). (conference paper)

  28.  Backstrom, Lars, Huttenlocher, Dan, Kleinberg, Jon, and Xiangyang Lan. (2006). Group Formation in Large Social Networks: Membership, Growth, and Evolution. Proceedings of the 12th International Conference on Knowledge Discovery in Data Mining. (pp. 44-54).New York ACM Press. (conference paper)

  29.  Baek, Kang, Holton, Avery, Harp, Dustin, and Yaschur, Carolyn. (2011). The links that bind: Uncovering novel motivations for linking on Facebook. Computers in Human Behavior, 27(6), 2243-2248. (journal article)

  30.  Baker, James R., and Moore, Susan M.. (2008). Distress, coping, and blogging: Comparing new Myspace users by their intention to blog. CyberPsychology & Behavior, 11 (1), 81-85. (journal article)

  31.  Barasa Sandra. (2010). Language, mobile phones and the internet. (phdthesis)

  32.  Barker, Valerie. (2009). Older Adolescents' Motivations for Social Network Site Use: The Influence of Gender, Group Identity, and Collective Self-Esteem. CyberPsychology & Behavior. 1-5 (journal article)

  33.  Barnes, Susan. (2006). A privacy paradox: Social networking in the United States. First Monday, 11 (9). (journal article)

  34.  Baumgartner, J.C., and Morris, J.S.. (2010). MyFaceTube Politics Social Networking Web Sites and Political Engagement of Young Adults. Social Science Computer Review, 28(1). (journal article)

  35.  Baym, Nancy. (2007). The new shape of online community: The example of Swedish independent music fandom. First Monday, 12 (8). (journal article)

  36.  Baym, Nancy, and boyd, danah. (2012). Socially Mediated Publicness: An Introduction. Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media, 56 (3), 320-329. (journal article)

  37.  Beer, David. (2008). Social network(ing) sites...revisiting the story so far: A response to danah boyd & Nicole Ellison. Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication, 13 (2), 516-529. (journal article)

  38.  Beer, David. (2008). Making Friends with Jarvis Cocker: Music Culture in the Context of Web 2.0. Cultural Sociology, 2 (2), 222-241. (journal article)

  39.  Bennett, Lucy. (2013). ‘If we stick together we can do anything’: Lady Gaga fandom, philanthropy and activism through social media. Celebrity Studies, online. (journal article)

  40.  Berg, Martin. (2012). Social intermediaries and the location of agency: a conceptual reconfiguration of social network sites. Contemporary Social Science: Journal of the Academy of Social Sciences, iFirst, 1-13. Online version (journal article)

  41.  Bergman, Fearrington, Davenport, and Bergman. (2011). Millennials, narcissism, and social networking: What narcissists do on social networking sites and why. Personality and Individual Differences, 50, 706-711. Narcissism; Millennial generation; Social networking (journal article)

  42.  Bernd Ploderer, Steve Howard, and Peter Thomas. (in press). Collaboration on Social Network Sites: Amateurs, Professionals and Celebrities. Computer Supported Cooperative Work (CSCW), online first. (journal article)

  43.  Bigge, Ryan. (2006). The cost of (anti-)social networks: Identity, agency and neo-luddites. First Monday, 11 (12). (journal article)

  44.  Bo Fu. (2007). Trust Management in Online Social Networks - thesis submitted to M.Sc. in Computer Science, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland. The two previously uploaded conference papers have been derived from this master thesis. The idea described in this thesis is now being used by Facebook, please see http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-14633427 (mastersthesis)

  45.  Bo Fu, and Declan O\'Sullivan. (2008). User Centric Trust-Based Access Control Management for Ubiquitous Computing Environments. In Proceedings: 5th International IEEE Workshop on Management of Ubiquitous Communications and Services, at IEEE/IFIP Network Operations and Management Symposium 2008 (NOMS 2008). (pp. 265-274). (conference paper)

  46.  Bo Fu, and Declan O\'Sullivan. (2007). Trust Management in Online Social Networks. In Proceedings: the 7th IT&T Conference, - Digital Convergence in a Knowledge Society. (pp. 3-12). (conference paper)

  47.  Boase, J., Horrigan, J., Wellman, B., and Rainie, L. (2006). The Strength of Internet Ties: The internet and email aid users in maintaining their social networks and provide pathways to help when people face big decisions. (techreport)

  48.  Bohnert, and Ross, W.. (2010). The influence of social networking websites on The evaluation of job candidates. . Cyberpsychology, Behavior, & Social Networking, 13 (3), 341-347.. (journal article)

  49.  Bonneau, Joseph, Anderson, Jonathan, Anderson, Ross, and Stajano, Frank. (2009). Eight Friends are Enough: Social Graph Approximation via Public Listings. In proceedings of the Second ACM Workshop on Social Network Systems. (conference paper)

  50.  Bonneau, Joseph, Anderson, Jonathan, and Danezis, George. (2009). Prying Data Out of a Social Network. To be presented at the 2009 International Conference on Advances in Social Network Analysis and Mining, 2009. (journal article)

  51.  Booth, Paul. (2008). Re-Reading Fandom: MySpace Character Personas and Narrative Identification.. Critical Studies in Media Communication , 25 (5), 514-536. (journal article)

  52.  Booth, Paul. (2010). Digital Fandom: New Media Studies. New York: Peter Lang (book chapter)

  53.  boyd, danah. (2008). Taken Out of Context: American Teen Sociality in Networked Publics. (phdthesis)

  54.  boyd, danah. (2008). Facebook's Privacy Trainwreck: Exposure, Invasion, and Social Convergence. Convergence, 14(1). (journal article)

  55.  boyd, danah. (2008). Why Youth (Heart) Social Network Sites: The Role of Networked Publics in Teenage Social Life. MacArthur Foundation Series on Digital Learning - Youth, Identity, and Digital Media Volume. (pp. 119-142).Cambridge MIT Press. (book chapter)

  56.  boyd, danah. (2008). None of this is Real.In Joe Karaganis (Eds.), Structures of Participation.New York (book chapter)

  57.  boyd, danah. (2007). Social Network Sites: Public, Private, or What?. (journal article)

  58.  boyd, danah. (2006). Friends, Friendsters, and MySpace Top 8: Writing Community Into Being on Social Network Sites. First Monday, 11 (12). (journal article)

  59.  boyd, danah. (2004). Friendster and Publicly Articulated Social Networks. Proceedings of ACM Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI 2004). (pp. 1279 - 1282). ACM Press. Vienna, April 24-29 (conference paper)

  60.  boyd, danah. (2006). G/localization: When Global Information and Local Interaction Collide. O'Reilly Emerging Technology Conference.San Diego, CA March 6.

  61.  boyd, danah. (2006). Identity Production in a Networked Culture: Why Youth Heart MySpace. AAAS 2006.St. Louis, Missouri February 19. (part of panel: 'It's 10PM: Do You Know Where Your Children Are ... Online!')

  62.  boyd, danah. (2006). Friendster lost steam. Is MySpace just a fad?. Apophenia Blog (unpublished)

  63.  boyd, danah. (2011). White Flight in Networked Publics? How Race and Class Shaped American Teen Engagement with MySpace and Facebook. Race After the Internet (Eds. Lisa Nakamura, Peter Chow-White). (pp. 203-222). (book chapter)

  64.  boyd, danah, , and Hargittai, Eszter. (2010). Facebook Privacy Settings: Who Cares?. First Monday, 15 (8). (journal article)

  65.  boyd, danah, and Ellison, Nicole. (2007). Social Network Sites: Definition, History, and Scholarship. JCMC, 13 (1). [Special Issue of JCMC on Social Network Sites, Eds.: danah boyd and Nicole Ellison.] (journal article)

  66.  boyd, danah, Hargittai, Eszter, Schultz, Jason, and Palfrey, John. (2011). Why Parents Help Their Children Lie to Facebook: Unintended Consequences of the ‘Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act’. First Monday, 16 (11). (journal article)

  67.  boyd, danah, and Heer, Jeffrey. (2006). Profiles as Conversation: Networked Identity Performance on Friendster. Proceedings of Thirty-Ninth Hawai'i International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS-39), Persistent Conversation Track. IEEE Press. Kauai, HI, January 4 - 7. (conference paper)

  68.  boyd, danah, and Jenkins, Henry. (2006). Discussion: MySpace and Deleting Online Predators Act. MIT Tech Talk (unpublished)

  69.  boyd, danah, and Marwick, Alice. (2011). Social Privacy in Networked Publics: Teens’ Attitudes, Practices, and Strategies. A Decade in Internet Time: Symposium on the Dynamics of the Internet and Society.Oxford September.

  70.  Brady Robards. (2010). Randoms in my bedroom: Negotiating privacy and unsolicited contact on social network sites. PRism, 7(3). (journal article)

  71.  Brake, David. (2009). Shaping the 'Me' in MySpace: The Framing of Profiles on a Social Network Site in Digital Storytelling, Mediatized Stories: Self-Representations in New Media.In Lundby, K (Eds.), (book chapter)

  72.  Bree McEwan. (2011). Hybrid engagement: How Facebook helps and hinders students’ social integration. In C. Wankel and L. Wankel (Eds.), Higher Education With Social Media: Applications in Student Affairs, Enrollment Management, Alumni, Careers, and Other Functions. (book chapter)

  73.  Brent Hecht, Jaime Teevan, Meredith Ringel Morris, and Daniel Liebling. (2012). SearchBuddies: Bringing Search Engines into the Conversation. ICWSM.

  74.  Buffardi, L. E., and Campbell, W. K.. (2008). Narcissism and Social Networking Web Sites. Pers Soc Psychol Bull. (journal article)

  75.  Burke, M., Marlow, C., and Lento, T.. (2009). Feed me: Motivating newcomer contribution in social network sites. ACM CHI 2009: Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems. (conference paper)

  76.  Byrne, Dara. (2007). Public Discourse, Community Concerns, and Their Relationship to Civic Engagement: Exploring Black Social Networking Traditions on BlackPlanet.com. JCMC, 13 (1). [Special Issue of JCMC on Social Network Sites, Eds.: danah boyd and Nicole Ellison.] (journal article)

  77.  Byrne, Dara. (2008). The Future of (the) 'Race': Identity, Discourse and the Rise of Computer-mediated Public Spheres. MacArthur Foundation Book Series on Digital Learning: Race and Ethnicity Volume. (pp. 15-38). MIT Press. (journal article)

  78.  Cain, Jeff. (2008). Online social networking issues within academia and pharmacy education. American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education, 72 (1). Article 10 (journal article)

  79.  Cain, Jeff. (2011). Social media in health care: The case for organizational policy and employee education. American Journal of Health-System Pharmacy, 68 (11), 1036-1040. (journal article)

  80.  Cain, Jeff, and Fink, Joseph L.. (2010). Legal and ethical issues regarding social media and pharmacy education.. American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education, 74 (10), Article 184. (journal article)

  81.  Cain, Jeff, and Policastri, Anne. (2011). Using Facebook as an Informal Learning Environment. American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education, 75 (10), Article 207. (journal article)

  82.  Cain, Jeff, and Romanelli, Frank. (2009). E-professionalism: A new paradigm for a digital age. Currents in Pharmacy Teaching and Learning, 1 (2), 66-70. (journal article)

  83.  Cain, Jeff, Scott, D., and Akers, P.. (2009). Pharmacy Students' Facebook Activity and Opinions Regarding Accountability and E-Professionalism. American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education, 73 (6). Article 104 (journal article)

  84.  Cain, Jeff, Scott, Doneka R., and Smith, Kelly. (2010). E-Professionalism, social media, and residents: Residency program directors’ views. American Journal of Health-System Pharmacy, 67 (19), 1635-1639. (journal article)

  85.  Carroll, K. S.. (2008). Puerto Rican language use on MySpace.com. Centro Journal, 20 (1), 96 - 111. (journal article)

  86.  Cassell, J., and Cramer, M.. (2007). High Tech or High Risk: Moral Panics about Girls Online.In McPherson, T. (Eds.), The John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation Series on Digital Media and Learning. (pp. 53-75). MIT Press. (book chapter)

  87.  Castaneda, Linda. (2010). Aprendizaje con Redes Sociales. Tejidos educativos para los nuevos entornos.. (book chapter)

  88.  Castaneda, Linda, Gonzalez, Victor, and Serrano, Jose L.. (2011). Donde habitan los jóvenes: precisiones sobre un mundo de redes sociales..In Martínez, F. and Solano, I. (Eds.), Comunicación y relaciones sociales de los jóvenes en la red. (pp. 47-63). Marfil. (book chapter)

  89.  Catanese, S., De Meo, P., Ferrara, E., and Fiumara, G.. (2010). Analyzing the Facebook Friendship Graph. Proceedings of the 1st International Workshop on Mining the Future Internet. (pp. 14-19). (conference paper)

  90.  Catanese, S., De Meo, P., Ferrara, E., Fiumara, G., and Provetti, A.. (2011). Crawling Facebook for Social Network Analysis Purposes. Proceedings of the International Conference on Web Intelligence, Mining and Semantics. (pp. 52:1-8). ACM. (conference paper)

  91.  Catanese, S., De Meo, P., Ferrara, E., Fiumara, G., and Provetti, A.. (2011). Extraction and Analysis of Facebook Friendship Relations. Computational Social Networks: Mining and Visualization. Springer. (book chapter)

  92.  Charles M. Hinderliter, and Deirdre McCarthy. (2011). New Media in State Legislative Elections: Candidate Usage of Twitter and Facebook in the Missouri 2010 Primary Election. Midwest Political Science Assocation.Chicago, IL April.

  93.  Charnigo, Laurie, and Barnett-Ellis, Paula. (2007, March). Checking Out Facebook.com: The Impact of a Digital Trend on Academic Libraries. Information Technology and Libraries, 26 (1), 23. (journal article)

  94.  Charoensukmongkol, P., and Moqbel, M.. (2013). The effect of using social networking sites at work on job burnout: The mediating role of coworker support. Proceedings of Southwest Decision Science Institute Forty-Forth Annual Conference. (pp. 1301-1310). (conference paper)

  95.  Chen, Wei, Yajun Wang, and Siyu Yang. (2009). Efficient Influence Maximization in Social Networks. Proceedings of 15th International Conference on Knowledge Discovery in Data Mining (KDD-2009). ACM Press. Paris, France, June 28-July 1, 2009 (conference paper)

  96.  Chew, Monica, Balfanz, Dirk, and Laurie, Ben. (2008). (Under)mining Privacy in Social Networks. (techreport)

  97.  Choi, Jaz Hee-jeong. (2006). Living in Cyworld: Contextualising Cy-Ties in South Korea.In Burns, A. and Jacobs, J. (Eds.), Use of Blogs (Digital Formations). (pp. 173-186). Peter Lang. (book chapter)

  98.  Christofides, Emily, Muise, Amy, and Desmarais, Serge. (2009). Information Disclosure and Control on Facebook: Are They Two Sides of the Same Coin or Two Different Processes?. CyberPsychology & Behavior, 12 (3), 341-345. (journal article)

  99.  Christopher Sibona, and Steve Walczak. (2011). Unfriending on Facebook: Friend Request and Online/Offline Behavior Analysis. Proceedings of the 2011 44th Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences. (pp. 1-10). IEEE Computer Society. (conference paper)

  100.  Christopherson, K. M.. (2006). The positive and negative implications of anonymity in internet social interactions: On the internet, nobody knows you're a dog. Computers in Human Behavior. (journal article)

  101.  Chun, Hyunwoo, Kwak, Haewoon, Eom, Young-Ho, Ahn, Yong-Yeol, Moon, Sue, and Jeong, Hawoong. (2008). Comparison of online social relations in volume vs interaction: a case study of cyworld. Proceedings of the 8th ACM SIGCOMM. (pp. 57-70). ACM. (conference paper)

  102.  Clarke, Barbie H.. (2009). Early Adolescents' Use of Social Networking Sites to Maintain Friendship and Explore Identity: Implications for Policy. Policy & Internet, 1 (1). (journal article)

  103.  Coenen, T., Kenis, D., Damme, C. V., and Matthys, E.. (2006). Knowledge Sharing over Social Networking Systems: Architecture, Usage Patterns and Their Application. OTM Workshops. (pp. 189-198).

  104.  Cohen, Nicole S., and Shade, Leslie Regan. (2008). Gendering Facebook: Privacy and commidification. Feminist Media Studies, 8 (2), 210-214. (journal article)

  105.  Connell, R. S.. (2008). Academic Libraries, Facebook and MySpace, and Student Outreach: A Survey of Student Opinion. portal: Libraries and the Academy, 9 (1), 25-36. (journal article)

  106.  Costa, Elisabetta. (2011). Social Media for Social Change: New Media Development, Ideologies of the Internet and Activist Imaginary in Lebanon. La Communication électronique: enjeux de langues. (book chapter)

  107.  Costa, Elisabetta. (2011). Online journalism and political activism in Lebanon. Oriente Moderno, SALVATORE ARMANDO (a cura di), “Between Everyday Life and Political Revolution: the Social Web in the Middle East”, 155 pp, n.s. XCI 1-2011. (journal article)

  108.  Cote, M., and Pybus, J.. (2007). Learning to Immaterial Labour 2.0: MySpace and Social Networks. ephemera, 7 (1), 88-106. (journal article)

  109.  Counts, S., and Fisher, K. E.. (2008). Mobile Social Networking: An Information Grounds Perspective. In Proceedings of the 41st Annual Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS 2008). (pp. 153).Los Alamitos, CA, USA (conference paper)

  110.  Courtois, C., Mechant, P., De Marez, L., and Verleye, G.. (2009). Gratifications and Seeding Behavior of Online Adolescents. Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication, 15 (1), 109-137. (journal article)

  111.  Daniel Miller. (2011). Tales From Facebook. Facebook is now used by nearly 500 million people throughout the world, many of whom spend several hours a day on this site. Once the preserve of youth, the largest increase in usage today is amongst the older sections of the population. Yet until now the (book chapter)

  112.  Daniel Richter, Kai Riemer, and Jan vom Brocke. (2011). Internet Social Networking: Research State of the Art and Implications for Enterprise 2.0. BUSINESS & INFORMATION SYSTEMS ENGINEERING, 3 (2), 89-101. (journal article)

  113.  Daniel Trottier. (2012). Interpersonal Surveillance on Social Media. Canadian Journal of Communication, 37(2), 319-332. (journal article)

  114.  Davis, K.. (2012). Friendship 2.0: Adolescents\' experiences of belonging and self-disclosure online. Journal of Adolescence, 35 (6), 1527-1536. (journal article)

  115.  De Meo, P., Ferrara, E., and Fiumara, G.. (2011). Finding Similar Users In Facebook. Social Networking and Community Behavior Modeling: Qualitative and Quantitative Measurement. IGI. (book chapter)

  116.  De Meo, P., Ferrara, E., Fiumara, G., and Provetti, A.. (2011). Generalized Louvain Method for Community Detection in Large Networks . Proceedings of the 11th International Conference on Intelligent Systems Design and Applications. IEEE. (conference paper)

  117.  DeAndrea, D.C., Ellison, N., LaRose, R., Steinfield, C., and Fiore, A.. (2011). Serious social media: On the use of social media for improving students’ adjustment to college. The Internet and Higher Education, 15(1), 15-23. (journal article)

  118.  Debatin, Bernhard, Lovejoy, Jennette P., Horn, Ann-Kathrin, and Hughes, Brittany N.. (2009). Facebook and Online Privacy: Attitudes, Behaviors, and Unintended Consequences. Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication, 15 (1), 83 - 108. (journal article)

  119.  DeKay, S. H.. (2009). Focus on Business Practices: Are Business-Oriented Social Networking Web Sites Useful Resources for Locating Passive Jobseekers? Results of a Recent Survey. Business Communication Quarterly. (journal article)

  120.  DeRosa, C., Cantrell, J., Havens, A., Hawk, J., and Jenkins, L.. (2007). Sharing, Privacy and Trust in Our Networked World. (techreport)

  121.  DeWall, C. N., Buffardi, L. E., Bosner, I., and Campbell, W. K. (2011). Narcissism and implicit attention seeking: Evidence from linguistic analyses of social networking and online presentation. Personality and Individual Differences, 51, 57-62. (journal article)

  122.  Dickman, K., Dutton, E., Gioia, C., Oberhausen, L., and Ravensberg, B.. (2006). Facebook and college students' development of mature relationships. Journal of the Indiana University Student Personnel Association. (journal article)

  123.  DiMicco, J. M., and Millen, D. R.. (2007). Identity management: multiple presentations of self in facebook. In GROUP '07: Proceedings of the 2007 international ACM conference on Supporting group work. (pp. 383 - 386).New York, NY, USA (conference paper)

  124.  DiPerna, P.. (2006). The Connector Website Model: New Implications for Social Change. American Sociological Association.Montreal, Canada

  125.  Dobson, Amy Shields. (2008). Femininities as commodities: cam girl culture. Next wave cultures: feminism, subcultures, activism. (pp. 123-148). (book chapter)

  126.  Dobson, Amy Shields. (2010). Bitches, Bunnies and BFFs: a feminist analysis of young women\'s performance of contemporary popular femininities on MySpace. (phdthesis)

  127.  Dobson, Amy Shields. (2011). The representation of female friendships on young women’s MySpace profiles: the all-female world and the feminine ‘other’. Youth Culture and Net Culture: Online Social Practices. (pp. 126-152). (book chapter)

  128.  Dobson, Amy Shields. (2008). The ‘grotesque body’ in young women’s self-presentation on MySpace. The Australian Sociological Association 2008 Conference: Re-Imagining Society.Melbourne December.

  129.  Dobson, Amy Shields. (2012). ‘Individuality is everything’: ‘autonomous’ femininity in MySpace mottos and self-descriptions. Continuum: Journal of Media & Cultural Studies, 3 (26), 371-383. (journal article)

  130.  Dobson, Amy Shields. (2011). Hetero-sexy representation by young women on MySpace: The politics of performing an ‘objectified’ self. Outskirts, 25(November). (journal article)

  131.  Donath, Judith. (2007). Virtually Trustworthy. Science, 317 (5834), 53-54. (journal article)

  132.  Donath, Judith. (2007). Signals in Social Supernets. JCMC, 13 (1). Special Issue of JCMC on Social Network Sites, Eds.: danah boyd and Nicole Ellison (journal article)

  133.  Donath, Judith, and boyd, danah. (2004). Public displays of connection. BT Technology Journal, 22 (4), 71-82. (journal article)

  134.  Driscoll, Catherine. (2008). This is not a blog: gender, intimacy and community. Feminist Media Studies, 8 (2), 198-202. (journal article)

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  265.  Jansen, B. J., Sobel, K. , and Cook, G. . (2011). Classifying Ecommerce Information Sharing Behaviour by Youths on Social Networking Sites. Journal of Information Science, 37(2), 120-136. (journal article)

  266.  Jeff Cain, Doneka R. Scott, Amy M. Tiemeier, Paige Akers, and Anne H. Metzger. (2013). Social media use by pharmacy faculty: Student friending, e-professionalism, and professional use. Currents in Pharmacy Teaching & Learning, 5 (1), 2-8. (journal article)

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  268.  Jenny Davis. (2010). Architecture of the Personal Interactive Homepage: Constructing the Self Through MySpace. New Media and Society, Online first: DOI: 10.1177/1461444809354212, 1-17. (journal article)

  269.  Jernigan, Carter, and Behram Mistree, F.T.. (2009). Gaydar: Facebook friendships expose sexual orientation. First Monday, 14 (10). (journal article)

  270.  Jiang Yang, Meredith Ringel Morris, Jaime Teevan, Lada Adamic, and Mark Ackerman. (2011). Culture Matters: A Survey Study of Social Q&A Behavior. ICWSM 2011.

  271.  Johannes Huber, Andrea Landherr, Christian Reisser, and Florian Probst. (2012). Stimulating User Activity on Company Fan Pages in Online Social Networks. 20th European Conference on Information Systems, Barcelona, Spain, June 2012. Also available at: http://aisel.aisnet.org/ecis2012/188/ (conference paper)

  272.  Johannessen, Marius Rohde. (2010). Genres of participation in social networking systems: A study of the 2009 Norwegian parliamentary election. Second International Conference on eParticipation .Lausanne September.

  273.  Johannessen, Marius Rohde. (2012). Genres of communication in activist eParticipation: A comparison of new and old media. The 6th International Conference on Theory and Practice of Electronic Governance (ICEGOV).Albany, NY October.

  274.  Johannessen, Marius Rohde. (2012). Social Capital and the Networked Public Sphere: Implications for Political Social Media site. Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS-45).Maui, HI January.

  275.  Johannessen, Marius Rohde, and Munkvold, Bjørn Erik. (2012). Defining the social media IT artefact for eParticipation: An ensemble view. European Conference on Information Systems (ECIS).Barcelona June.

  276.  Johansson, Sofia. (2011). Connection or Disconnection? Two Generations in Sweden Discuss Online Sociality.In von Feilitzen, C., Petrov, P. (Eds.), Use and Views of Media in Sweden and Russia: A Comparative Study of St. Petersburg and Stockholm. (pp. 271-298). Stockholm: University of Södertörn. (book chapter)

  277.  John, Nicholas A.. (2012). Sharing and Web 2.0: The emergence of a keyword. New Media & Society, 0(0). Abstract: Sharing is the constitutive activity of Web 2.0. But when did sharing become the term used to describe the activities that constitute participation in Web 2.0? What does sharing mean in this context? What is its rhetorical force? This paper argu (journal article)

  278.  Johnson, Thomas J., Bichard, Shannon L., and Zhang, Weiwu. (2009). Communication Communities or 'CyberGhettos?': A Path Analysis Model Examining Factors that Explain Selective Exposure to Blogs. Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication, 15 (1), 60 - 82. (journal article)

  279.  Joinson, Adam N.. (2008). Looking at, looking up or keeping up with people? Motives and use of Facebook. Test. SIGCHI 2008, 1027-1036. (journal article)

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  281.  Jones, Steve, Millermaier, Sarah, Goya-Martinez, Mariana, and Schuler, Jessica.. (2008). Whose Space is MySpace? A content analysis of MySpace profiles. First Monday, 13 (9). (journal article)

  282.  Jose Marichal. (2012). Facebook Democracy: The Architecture of Disclosure and the Threat to Public Life. The Architecture of Disclosure and the Threat to Public Life Imprint: Ashgate Published: August 2012 Format: 234 x 156 mm Extent: 200 pages Binding: Hardback ISBN: 978-1-4094-4430-5 ISBN Short: 9781409444305 Price : $89.95 » Website price: $80 (book chapter)

  283.  Julia Heidemann, Mathias Klier, Andrea Landherr, and Florian Probst. (2011). Soziale Netzwerke im Web – Chancen und Risiken im Customer Relationship Management von Unternehmen. Wirtschaftsinformatik & Management, 3 (3), 40 - 45. (Article in German) Also available at: http://www.springerprofessional.de/soziale-netzwerke-im-web--chancen-und-risiken-im-crm-von-unternehmen/2847030.html (journal article)

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  286.  Julia Heidemann, Mathias Klier, and Florian Probst. (2012). Online Social Networks: A Survey of a Global Phenomenon. Computer Networks, 56 (18), 3866-3878. [Special Issue on \"The WEB we live in] (journal article)

  287.  Juliano Spyer. (2011). Making Up Art, Videos and Fame: The Creation of Social Order in the Informal Realm of YouTube Beauty Gurus. (mastersthesis)

  288.  Junco, Reynol. (2011). The relationship between frequency of Facebook use, participation in Facebook activities, and student engagement. Computers & Education, doi:10.1016/j.compedu.2011.08.004. (journal article)

  289.  Junco, Reynol. (2012). Too much face and not enough books: The relationship between multiple indices of Facebook use and academic performance. Computers in Human Behavior, 28 (1), 187-198. (journal article)

  290.  Jung, Y., Gray, R., Ellison, N., and Lampe, C.. (2013). Favors from Facebook Friends: Unpacking Dimensions of Social Capital. Proceedings of the 2013 Annual Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI). (conference paper)

  291.  Kalyani Suresh. (unpublished). On and Off the Internet: An Exploratory Study of Youth Social Capital in Chennai in the Online Era. (phdthesis)

  292.  Kapoor, Nishikant, Konstan, Joseph, and Terveen, Loren. (2005). How Peer Photos Influence Member Participation in Online Communities. Proceedings of ACM CHI 2005. April 2 - 7, 2005, Portland, Oregon, USA (conference paper)

  293.  Kavada Anastasia. (2012). Engagement, bonding, and identity across multiple platforms: Avaaz on Facebook, YouTube, and MySpace. MedieKultur, 28(52), 28-48. (journal article)

  294.  Kelsic, Eric D.. (2005). Understanding complex networks with community-finding algorithms. SURF 2005 final report (unpublished)

  295.  Kim, Kyung-Hee, and Yun, Haejin. (2007). Cying for Me, Cying for Us: Relational Dialectics in a Korean Social Network Site. JCMC, 13 (1). [Special Issue of JCMC on Social Network Sites, Eds.: danah boyd and Nicole Ellison.] (journal article)

  296.  Kim, Y. M., and Geidner, Nicholas W.. (2008). Politics as friendship: The impact of online social networks on young voters' political behavior. annual conference of the International Communication Association.Montreal, Canada

  297.  Komito, Lee, and Bates, Jessica. (2009). Virtually Local: social media and community amongst Polish nationals in Dublin. ASLIB Proceedings, 61 (3), 232-244. (journal article)

  298.  Kramer, Nicole, and Winter, Stephan. (2008). Impression Management 2.0: The Relationship of Self-Esteem, Extraversion, Self-Efficacy, and Self-Presentation Within Social Networking Sites. Journal of Media Psychology: Theories, Methods, and Applications, 20 (3). (journal article)

  299.  Kramer-Duffield, Jacob. (2010). Beliefs and Uses of Tagging Among Undergraduates. (phdthesis)

  300.  Krishnamurthy, Balachander, and Wills, Craig E.. (2008). Characterizing Privacy in Online Social Networks. Proceedings of the first workshop on Online social networks. (conference paper)

  301.  Kuehn, Kathleen M.. (2013). “There’s Got to be a Review Democracy”: Communicative Capitalism, Neoliberal Citizenship and the Politics of Participation on the Consumer Evaluation Website Yelp.com. International Journal of Communication, 7, 607-625. (journal article)

  302.  Kumar, Ravi, Novak, Jasmine, and Tomkins, Andrew. (2006). Structure and evolution of online social networks. Proceedings of 12th International Conference on Knowledge Discovery in Data Mining (KDD-2006). (pp. 611 - 617). ACM Press. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, August 20 - 23, 2006 (conference paper)

  303.  Kushin, Matt J., and Yamamoto, M.. (2009, February). Searching For media complementarity: Use of social network sites and other online media for campaign information among young adults. annual convention of the Western States Communication Association.Phoenix, AZ

  304.  Kushin, Matthew, and Kitchener, K.. (2009). Getting political on social network sites: Exploring online political discourse on Facebook. First Monday, 14 (11). (journal article)

  305.  Kushner, Scott. (2011). Virtually Dead: Blogospheric Absence and the Ethics of Networked Reading. The Communication Review, 14, 24-45. (journal article)

  306.  Kutlu, Denise, and Overgaard, Peter. (2007). Social Networking Sites: A Comparison of User Experiences on MySpace and Windows Live Spaces. (mastersthesis)

  307.  Lack, Caleb, Beck, Lisa, and Hoover, Danielle. (2009). Use of social networking by undergraduate psychology majors. First Monday, 14(12). (journal article)

  308.  Lai, Linda SL, and Turban, Efraim. (2008). Group Formation and Operations in the Web 2.0 Environment and Social Networks. Group Decision and Negotiation, 17 (5), 387-402. (journal article)

  309.  Lai, Linda SL.. (2008). So Far Away, Yet So Near: Social Connectedness of Travellers on Social Networking Sites. IADIS International Conference e-Commerce.NH Grand Hotel Krasnapolsky, Amsterdam, the Netherlands July. pp. 48-54

  310.  Lai, Linda SL.. (2007). Impacts of Web 2.0 Based Social Networks – The Good, The Bad and The Ugly. Conference on Information Management and Internet Research.Edith Cowan University, Joondalup, Western Australia November. pp. 82-91, the Keynote Paper

  311.  Lampe, C., and Ellison, N. B. . (2010). Friends vs. fans: Student athlete use of Facebook. Proceedings of the 2010 ACM conference on Computer supported cooperative work . (pp. 193-196). (conference paper)

  312.  Lampe, C., Vitak, J., and Ellison, N.. (2013). Users and nonusers: Interactions between levels of Facebook adoption and social capital. Proceedings of the 16th ACM Conference on Computer Supported Cooperative Work and Social Computing. (pp. 809-820). (conference paper)

  313.  Lampe, C., Vitak, J., Gray, R., and Ellison, N.. (2012). Perceptions of Facebook’s value as an information source.. Proceedings of the 2012 Annual Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems. (conference paper)

  314.  Lampe, C., Wohn, D. Y., Vitak, J., Ellison, N., and Wash, R.. (in press). Student use of Facebook for organizing collaborative classroom activities. International Journal of Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning, XX. (journal article)

  315.  Lampe, Cliff, Ellison, Nicole, and Steinfeld, Charles. (2007). A Familiar Face(book): Profile Elements as Signals in an Online Social Network. Proceedings of Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI 2007). (pp. 435 - 444). ACM Press. San Jose, CA (conference paper)

  316.  Lampe, Cliff, Ellison, Nicole, and Steinfeld, Charles. (2006). A face(book) in the crowd: social searching vs social browsing. Proceedings of CSCW-2006. (pp. 167 - 170). ACM Press. Banff, Alberta, Canada (conference paper)

  317.  Lampe, Cliff, Ellison, Nicole, and Steinfield, Charles. (2008). Changes in Use and Perception of Facebook. In Proceedings of the 2008 Conference on Computer-Supported Cooperative Work. (conference paper)

  318.  Lampinen, Airi, Vilma Lehtinen, Asko Lehmuskallio , and Sakari Tamminen. (2011). We\'re in it together: interpersonal management of disclosure in social network services. CHI\'11. ACM. (conference paper)

  319.  Lang, Anouk. (2012). Exploring the potential of social network sites in relation to intercultural communication. Arts and Humanities in Higher Education, 11.1, [Submitted in error to Twitter list as well - please remove]. http://ahh.sagepub.com/content/early/2011/06/21/1474022210394141.abstract Abstract: This article reports on the results of a project which used a social network site to support students on a year abroad and foster informal learning, particularly in the ar (journal article)

  320.  Lange, Patricia. (2007). Publicly Private and Privately Public: Social Networking on YouTube. JCMC, 13 (1). [Special Issue of JCMC on Social Network Sites, Eds.: danah boyd and Nicole Ellison.] (journal article)

  321.  Laraqui, Jawad. (2007). Activity Based Interfaces in Online Social Networks. (MEng) (mastersthesis)

  322.  Larissa Hjorth. (2010). Games & Gaming. This book focuses upon the phenomenon of SNS games. (book chapter)

  323.  Larissa Hjorth . (2009). Cybercute@korea: the role of cute customisation and gender performativity in a case study of South Korean virtual community, Cyworld mini-hompy.In Youna Kim (Eds.), Media Consumption and Everyday Life in Asia. (pp. 203-216). Routledge. (book chapter)

  324.  Larissa Hjorth. (2009). Gifts of Presence: A Case Study of a South Korean Virtual Community, Cyworld’s Mini-Hompy.In G. Goggin and M. McLelland (Eds.), Internationalising the Internet. (pp. 237-251). Routledge. (book chapter)

  325.  Larissa Hjorth. (2010). The Game of Being Social: Web 2.0, Social Media, and Online Games. Iowa Journal of Communication, 42(1), 73-92. (journal article)

  326.  Larissa Hjorth. (2009). Web U2: Emerging Online Communities and Gendered Intimacy in the Asia-Pacific region. Knowledge, Technology and Policy, 22(2), 117-124. (journal article)

  327.  Larissa Hjorth. (2009). Home and away: a case study of Cyworld minihompy by Korean students studying in Australia. Asian Studies Review, 31 (1), 397-407. (journal article)

  328.  Larissa Hjorth, and Heewon Kim. (2005). Being There and Being Here: Gendered customising of mobile 3G practices through a case study in Seoul. Convergence, 11 (2), 49-55. This study looks at one of the oldest SNS in Korea, mini-hompy and its relationship to mobile media. (journal article)

  329.  Larissa Hjorth, and Michael Arnold. (2011). The Personal and the Political: Social Networking in Manila. International Journal for Learning and Media, 3(1). (journal article)

  330.  LaRose, R., Wohn, D. Y., Ellison, N., and Steinfield, C.. (2011). Facebook fiends: Compulsive social networking and adjustment to college. Proceedings of IADIS International Conference ICT 2011. (conference paper)

  331.  Larsen, Malene Charlotte. (2007). Understanding Social Networking: On Young People's Construction and Co-construction of Identity Online. Internet Research 8.0: Let's Play.Vancouver

  332.  Lee Humphreys. (2011). Who’s watching whom? A study of interactive technology and surveillance. Journal of Communication, 61, 575-595. (journal article)

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  334.  Lee, J. W.Y, Kim, B, and Kim, M.S.. (2010). Creating the intercultural learning narrative using social network sites status updates: An innovative approach in using social media. Global Learn Asia Pacific 2011. (pp. 1819-1826). (conference paper)

  335.  Lee, J. W.Y, Kim, B, Lee, T. L., and Kim, M. S.. (2012). Uncovering the Use of Facebook During the Exchange Program. China Media Research, 8(4), 62-76. (journal article)

  336.  Lee, J. W.Y, Kim, B., and Kim, M.S.. (2010). An exploration on the use of Facebook as a tool for social support during an intercultural exchange program. Global Learn Asia Pacific 2010. (conference paper)

  337.  Lenhart, A., and Madden, M.. (2007). Teens, Privacy and Online Social Networks: How teens manage their online identities and personal information in the age of MySpace. (techreport)

  338.  Lenihan, Aoife. (2011). “Join our community of translators” Language Ideologies & Facebook. Digital Discourse: Language in the New Media. (pp. 48-64). Part of doctoral studies on language policy and Facebook (book chapter)

  339.  Lenihan, Aoife. (2011). \"Join our community of translators\": Language ideologies and/in Facebook. Digital Discourse: Language in the New Media. (pp. 48-64). PLEASE NOTE THIS CHAPTER WAS PREVIOUSLY SUBMITTED BUT IS NOW AVAILABLE IN FULL FROM GOOGLE BOOKS AT THE ABOVE LINK MANY THANKS (book chapter)

  340.  Leon Andretti Abdillah. (2013). Students learning center strategy based on e-learning and blogs. Seminar Nasional Sains dan Teknologi (SNST) ke-4 Tahun 2013.Semarang, INDONESIA June.

  341.  Lerman, K.. (2006). Social networks and social information filtering on Digg. ArXiv.org (unpublished)

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  345.  Lewthwaite, Sarah. (2011). Disability 2.0, student dis/connections: a study of student experiences of disability and social networks on campus in higher education. (phdthesis)

  346.  Li, Charlene, and Bernhoff, Josh. (2008). Groundswell: Winning in a World Transformed by Social Technologies. (book chapter)

  347.  Liben-Nowell, David, Novak, Jasmine, Kumar, Ravi, Raghavan, Prabhakar, and Tomkins, Andrew. (2005). Geographic routing in social networks. Proceedings of National Academy of Sciences. (pp. 11,623 - 11,628). (conference paper)

  348.  Light, Ben. (2013). Networked masculinities and social networking sites : a call for the analysis of men and contemporary digital media. Masculinities and Social Change, 2 (3), 245-265. (journal article)

  349.  Light, Ben, Griffiths, Marie, and Lincoln, Sian. (2012). ‘Connect and create’: Young people, YouTube and Graffiti Communities. Continuum: Journal of Media & Cultural Studies, 26 (3), 343-355. (journal article)

  350.  Light, Ben, and McGrath, K.. (2010). Ethics and social networking sites : a disclosive analysis of Facebook. Information Technology and People, 21 (3), 300-314. (journal article)

  351.  Lin Qiu, Han Lin, and Angela K.-y. Leung. (2012). Cultural Differences and Switching of In-Group Sharing Behavior Between an American (Facebook) and a Chinese (Renren) Social Networking Site. Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology, in press. (journal article)

  352.  Lin Qiu, Han Lin, and Angela K.-y. Leung. (2010). How does Facebook browsing affect self-awareness and social well-being: the role of narcissism. Proceedings of the 7th International Conference on Advances in Computer Entertainment Technology. (pp. 100-101). (conference paper)

  353.  Lin Qiu, Han Lin, Angela K.-y. Leung, and William Tov. (2012). Putting Their Best Foot Forward: Emotional Disclosure on Facebook. Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking, in press, 5. (journal article)

  354.  Liu, Hugo. (2007). Social Network Profiles as Taste Performances. JCMC, 13 (1). [Special Issue of JCMC on Social Network Sites, Eds.: danah boyd and Nicole Ellison.] (journal article)

  355.  Liu, Hugo, Maes, Pattie, and Davenport, Glorianna. (2006). Unraveling the taste fabric of social networks. International Journal on Semantic Web and Information Systems, 2 (1), 42 - 71. Hershey, PA: Idea Academic Publishers (journal article)

  356.  Livingstone, S.. (2007). Internet Literacy: Young People's Negotiation of New Online Opportunities. The John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation Series on Digital Media and Learning. (pp. 101-122). MIT Press. (book chapter)

  357.  Livingstone, Sonia. (2008). Taking Risky Opportunities in Youthful Content Creation: Teenagers' Use of Social Networking Sites for Intimacy, Privacy and Self-Expression. New Media & Society, 10 (3). (journal article)

  358.  Lugano, G.. (2008). Mobile social networking in theory and practice. First Monday, 13 (11). (journal article)

  359.  Macgill, A.R.. (2007). Parent and Teenager Internet Use. (techreport)

  360.  Macias, Wendy, Hilyard, Karen, and Freimuth, Vicki. (2009). Blog Functions as Risk and Crisis Communication During Hurricane Katrina. Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication, 15 (1), 1 - 31. (journal article)

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  364.  Marc Stumpel. (2010). The Politics of Social Media. Facebook: Control and Resistance. New Media MA (mastersthesis)

  365.  Mark A. Urista, Qingwen Dong, and Kenneth D. Day. (2009). Explaining Why Young Adults Use MySpace and Facebook Through Uses and Gratifications Theory. Human Communication, 12 (2), 215 - 229. (journal article)

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