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Museum of Social Media: HOME


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DIRECTORY OF EXHIBITS

Follow the Money - Social media in business, marketing, advertising, the music industry, and anything with a money trail
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A Better Me - Self-presentation and self-improvement via social media and online settings
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Privacy (Please?) / Cyberbully - The dilemma of digital observation that enables health monitoring and data gathering as well as cyber-stalking and cyber-bullying
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Digital Natives & Friends - Generational differences in use, how the internet has changed communication and religion, and the “always on, always available” risks of distraction, habit, and anxiety
Protest Catalysts / The e-State - Social media as protest-spark, from the Arab Spring to Occupy Wall Street, but also as a tool of government, from the police to the President
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Headspace in Cyberspace - How students and teachers use social media, remote learning, virtual classrooms, gaming, and more
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i luv u! - E-romance, virtual intimacy, and communication with loved ones
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The Museum Bookstore - Check out the latest Wiley books on social media

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Video: Welcome to the Museum!

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Back to Museum Map#Follow the Money: This exhibit includes content related to social media in business, marketing, advertising, the music industry, and anything with a money trail. It focuses on the problems and opportunities that come from using social media to do business.

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New ContentWhen Companies Get Caught: The Effect of Consumers Discovering Undesirable Firm Engagement Online
Colin Campbell, Niall Piercy and Daniel Heinrich
Journal of Public Affairs

New ContentThe Power of Popularity: How the Size of a Virtual Community Adds to Firm Value
Kirk Planagger
Journal of Public Affairs

New ContentVirality in Social Media: The SPIN Framework
Adam J. Mills
Journal of Public Affairs

A Moral Evaluation of Online Business Protest Tactics and Implications for Stakeholder Management
Beverly Kracher, Kelly D. Martin
Business and Society Review

Business Unusual: Corporate Responsibility in a 2.0 World
Sandra Waddock, Malcolm McIntosh
Business and Society Review

Corporate Control of Information: Business and the Freedom of Expression
George G. Brenkert
Business and Society Review

Trust After the Global Financial Meltdown
Patricia Werhane, Laura Hartman, Crina Archer, David Bevan, Kim Clark
Business and Society Review

MySpace as a Tool for Mental Health Professionals
Elysia V. Clemens, Adria E. Shipp, Christopher T. Pisarik
Child and Adolescent Mental Health

Critical Media Industry Studies: A Research Approach
Timothy Havens, Amanda D. Lotz, Serra Tinic
Communication, Culture and Critique

Digital: Museum as Platform, Curator as Champion, in the Age of Social Media
Nancy Proctor
Curator: The Museum Journal

How Web 2.0 is Changing the Nature of Museum Work
Lynda Kelly
Curator: The Museum Journal

Participatory Communication with Social Media
Angelina Russo, Jerry Watkins, Lynda Kelly, Sebastian Chan
Curator: The Museum Journal

Get Real and Prosper: Why Social Media Demands Authentic Brands
William Faust , Leigh Householder
Design Management Review

Social Media's Second Act: Toward Sustainable Brand Engagement
Tom Briggs
Design Management Review

The Social Web and Your Business's Five-Year Survival Rate
Stephen Randall
Design Management Review

Two Faces of Social Media: Brand Communication and Brand Research
Ralf Beuker, Erik Roscam Abbing
Design Management Review

You Are Connected. Now, What Are You Going to Do About It?
Chris Hancock
Design Management Review

The Economic Geography of the Internet's Infrastructure
Edward J. Malecki
Economic Geography

Corporate Entrepreneurship and Innovation in Silicon Valley: The Case of Google, Inc.
Todd A. Finkle
Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice

The Socio-Cognitive Dynamics of Entrepreneurial Ideation
Robert M. Gemmell, Richard J. Boland, David A. Kolb
Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice

Is There an eBay for Ideas? Insights from Online Knowledge Marketplaces
Gary Dushnitsky, Thomas Klueter
European Management Review

Small States and Cyberboosterism
Stanley D. Brunn, Charles D. Cottle
Geographical Review

Offshore Financial Services and the Internet: Creating Confidence in the Use of Cyberspace?
Sharon Cobb
Growth and Change

Examining the Application of Web 2.0 in Medical-Related Organisations
Samuel Kai Wah Chu, Matsuko Woo, Ronnel B. King, Stephen Choi, Miffy Cheng, Peggy Koo
Health Information & Libraries Journal

The Emerging Web 2.0 Social Software: An Enabling Suite of Sociable Technologies in Health and Healthcare Education
Maged N. Kamel Boulos, Steve Wheeler
Health Information & Libraries Journal

Online Customer Experience: A Review of the Business-to-Consumer Online Purchase Context
Susan Rose, Neil Hair, Moira Clark
International Journal of Management Reviews

Do Internet Stock Message Boards Influence Trading? Evidence from Heavily Discussed Stocks with No Fundamental News
Sanjiv Sabherwal, Salil K. Sarkar, Ying Zhang
Journal of Business Finance & Accounting

Social Network Sites: Definition, History, and Scholarship
Danah M. Boyd, Nicole B. Ellison
Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication

Marketing for Public Health: We Need an App for That
Marla B. Royne, Marian Levy
Journal of Consumer Affairs

Special Issue - Untangling the Web: Exploring the Boundaries of Social Media and Consumer Generated Content
Edited by Kelly L. Page and Leyland Pitt
Journal of Consumer Behaviour

Crisis Communications Management on the Web: How Internet-Based Technologies are Changing the Way Public Relations Professionals Handle Business Crises
Smith Suzanne
Journal of Contingencies and Crisis Management

An Exercise for Teaching the Employment Law Implications of Employee Blogging
Konrad S. Lee, Matthew I. Thue, Jared Oldham and Tara N. Stephenson
Journal of Legal Studies Education

Lead Users and Early Adopters on the Web: The Role of New Technology Product Blogs
Cornelia Droge, Michael A. Stanko, Wesley A. Pollitte
Journal of Product Innovation Management

Opinion Leaders' Role in Innovation Diffusion: A Simulation Study
Peter S. van Eck, Wander Jager, Peter S. H. Leeflang
Journal of Product Innovation Management

The Role of Personal Relationships in Facilitating Supply Chain Communications: A Qualitative Study
David M. Gligor, Char W. Autry
Journal of Supply Chain Management

Is the Devil in the Data? A Literature Review of Piracy Around the World
Nixon K. Kariithi
Journal of World Intellectual Property

Tipping Point for New Media
Arianna Huffington
New Perspectives Quarterly

The Impact of Development of Customer Online Banking Skills on Customer Adviser Skills
Michel Dubois, Marc-Eric Bobillier-Chaumon, Didier Retour
New Technology, Work and Employment

Avatars as Information: Perception of Consumers Based on Their Avatars in Virtual Worlds
Jean-François Bélisle, H. Onur Bodur
Psychology and Marketing

In Search of the “Meta-Maven”: An Examination of Market Maven Behavior across Real-Life, Web, and Virtual World Marketing Channels
Stuart J. Barnes, Andrew D. Pressey
Psychology and Marketing

Unveiling Videos: Consumer-Generated Ads as Qualitative Inquiry
Pierre Berthon, Leyland Pitt, Philip DesAutels
Psychology and Marketing

Influencing the Influencers: A Theory of Strategic Diffusion
Andrea Galeotti and Sanjeev Goyal
The RAND Journal of Economics

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Back to Museum MapBetter Me: This exhibit includes content related to self-presentation and self-improvement via social media and online settings. This includes articles on social media in religion, gaming, the meaning of gender, and several forms of self-expression.

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New ContentGift Giving and Social Emotions: Experience as Content
Ronika Chakrabarti and Pierre Berthon
Journal of Public Affairs

Opinion Taking Within Friendship Networks
Suzanne L. Parker, Glenn R. Parker, James A. McCann
American Journal of Political Science

Navigating iScapes: Australian Youth Constructing Identities and Social Relations in a Network Society
Parlo Singh, Kerry Mallan, Barbara Ashford
Anthropology & Education Quarterly

The Problem of Media Habits
Robert LaRose
Communication Theory

An Examination of a Theory of Embodied Social Presence in Virtual Worlds
Brian E. Mennecke, Janea L. Triplett, Lesya M. Hassall, Zayira Jordán Conde, Rex Heer
Decision Sciences

The Textbattle and the Contention of Youth Identities Online: An Ethnographic Case Study
Samuel Hunter Jones
German Life & Letters

An Evaluation of Two Characterizations of the Relationships Between Problematic Internet Use, Time Spent Using the Internet, and Psychosocial Problems
Robert S. Tokunaga, Stephen A. Rains
Human Communication Research

The Effects of Violent Video Games on Aggression
JL Sherry
Human Communication Research

The Role of Friends’ Appearance and Behavior on Evaluations of Individuals on Facebook: Are We Known by the Company We Keep?
Joseph B. Walther, Brandon Van Der Heide, Sang-Yeon Kim, David Westerman, Stephanie Tom Tong
Human Communication Research

Strengthening Shared Identity in I-O Psychology Through Online Social Networks
Gordon B. Schmidt, Richard N. Landers
Industrial and Organizational Psychology

Baring Their Souls in Online Profiles or Not? Religious Self-Disclosure in Social Media
Piotr S. Bobkowski, Lisa D. Pearce
Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion

A Space Called Home: An Immigrant Adolescent's Digital Literacy Practices
Cheryl A. McLean
Journal of Adolescent & Adult Literacy

Social Networking Websites, Personality Ratings, and the Organizational Context: More Than Meets the Eye?
Donald H. Kluemper, Peter A. Rosen and Kevin W. Mossholder
Journal of Applied Social Psychology

The Shallows: What the Internet is Doing to Our Brains / You Are Not a Gadget: A Manifesto
Jordan Frith, Matt Morain, Chris Cummings, David Berube
Journal of Communication

The Effects of Verbal Versus Photographic Self-Presentation on Impression Formation in Facebook
Brandon Van Der Heide, Jonathan D. D’Angelo, Erin M. Schumaker
Journal of Communication

The Relationship Between Media Consumption and Eating Disorders
K Harrison, J Cantor
Journal of Communication

Social Network Sites: A Starting Point For Career Development Practitioners
Christina Strehlke
Journal of Employment Counseling

No Body There: Notes on the Queer Migration to Cyberspace
Douglas Harrison
Journal of Popular Culture

Gender and Genre Variation in Weblogs
Susan C. Herring and John C. Paolillo
Journal of Sociolinguistics

Twitter Power: Tweets as Electronic Word of Mouth
Bernard J. Jansen, Mimi Zhang, Kate Sobel and Abdur Chowdury
Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology

Virtual Life Satisfaction
Edward Castronova, Gert G. Wagner
Kyklos

Why Do People Become Modern? A Darwinian Explanation
Lesley Newson and Peter J. Richerson
Population and Development Review

The Influence of Personality on Active and Passive Use of Social Networking Sites
Margherita Pagani, Charles F. Hofacker, Ronald E. Goldsmith
Psychology and Marketing

Fat in the Fire? Science, the News Media, and the “Obesity Epidemic”
Abigail C. Saguy, Rene Almeling
Sociological Forum

The Role of Social Networks in Getting a Job
Lindsey B. Trimble, Julie A. Kmec
Sociology Compass

Blogging for Weight Loss: Personal Accountability, Writing Skills, and the Weight-loss Blogosphere
Chez Leggatt-Cook, Kerry Chamberlain
Sociology of Health & Illness

The Relationship between General Population Suicide Rates and the Internet: A Cross-National Study
Ajit Shah
Suicide and Life-Threatening Behavior

Meaning and Identity in “Cyberspace”: The Performance of Gender, Class, and Race Online
Lori Kendall
Symbolic Interaction

Stigma, Secrets, and the Human Condition: Seeking to Remedy Alienation in PostSecret's Digitally Mediated Environment
Naaman Wood and Susan Ward
Symbolic Interaction

The Digital Self: Through the Looking Glass of Telecopresent Others
Shanyang Zhao
Symbolic Interaction

The Pastor in the Basement: Discourses of Authenticity in the Networked Public Sphere
Kevin Healey
Symbolic Interaction

The Presentation of Avatars in Second Life: Self and Interaction in Social Virtual Spaces
Simon Gottschalk
Symbolic Interaction

Christians Outside The Church: An Ecclesiological Critique Of Virtual Church
Kam Ming Wong
The Heythrop Journal

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Back to Museum MapDigital Natives and "Friends": This exhibit includes content related to the generational differences in social media use, how the internet has changed communication and religion, and the “always on, always available” risks of distraction, habit, and anxiety.

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New ContentUnpacking the Social Media Phenomenon: Towards a Research Agenda
Jan H. Kietzmann, Bruno S. Silvestre, Ian P. McCarthy and Leyland F. Pitt
Journal of Public Affairs

New ContentThe Use of Social Media: An Exploratory Study of Usage Among Digital Natives
David L. Williams, Victoria L. Crittenden, Teeda Keo and Paulette McCarty
Journal of Public Affairs

Social Change and The Mass Media
Thelma McCormack
Canadian Review of Sociology

Children's Mathematical Reasoning in Online Games: Can Data Mining Reveal Strategic Thinking?
Shalom M. Fisch, Richard Lesh, Elizabeth Motoki, Sandra Crespo and Vincent Melfi
Child Development Perspectives

Understanding Media Enjoyment: The Role of Transportation Into Narrative Worlds
Melanie C. Green, Timothy C. Brock, Geoff F. Kaufman
Communication Theory

Belonging to the Network Society: Social Media and the Production of a New Global Middle Class
Erika Polson
Communication, Culture and Critique

Critiques on the Participatory Potentials of Web 2.0
Bart Cammaerts
Communication, Culture and Critique

Considerations and Strategies for Teaching Online Counseling Skills: Establishing Relationships in Cyberspace
Heather Trepal, Shane Haberstroh, Thelma Duffey, and Marcheta Evans
Counselor Education and Supervision

Language: Intrtxtlty
Jonathon Green
Critical Quarterly

Transformations in Cultural Communication: Social Media, Cultural Exchange, and Creative Connections
Angelina Russo
Curator: The Museum Journal

An Aesthetic Approach to Virtual Community
Marsha L. Rehm
Family and Consumer Sciences Research Journal

Cyberspace and Virtual Places
Paul C. Adams
Geographical Review

Dimensions of Leadership and Social Influence in Online Communities
David Huffaker
Human Communication Research

Art and Design Blogs: a Socially-Wise Approach to Creativity
Kylie Budge
International Journal of Art & Design Education)

On the Cusp of Cyberspace: Adolescents' Online Text Use in Conversation
Margaret A. Berg
Journal of Adolescent & Adult Literacy

Where Do Youth Learn About Suicides on the Internet, and What Influence Does This Have on Suicidal Ideation?
Sally M. Dunlop, Eian More, Daniel Romer
Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry

Conceptualizing Mass Media Effect
W. James Potter
Journal of Communication

Social Networking Technology: Place and Identity in Mediated Communities
Lewis Goodings, Abigail Locke, Steven D. Brown
Journal of Community & Applied Social Psychology

Culture and Empowerment in the Deaf Community: An Analysis of Internet Weblogs
Alexis C. Hamill, Catherine H. Stein
Journal of Community & Applied Social Psychology

Adolescents' Sense of Community on MySpace and Facebook: A Mixed-Methods Approach
Stephanie M. Reich
Journal of Community Psychology

Is There Social Capital in a Social Network Site?: Facebook Use and College Students' Life Satisfaction, Trust, and Participation
Sebastián Valenzuela, Namsu Park, Kerk F. Kee
Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication

The Benefits of Facebook “Friends:” Social Capital and College Students’ Use of Online Social Network Sites
Nicole B. Ellison, Charles Steinfield, Cliff Lampe
Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication

“White and Nerdy”: Computers, Race, and the Nerd Stereotype
Lori Kendall
Journal of Popular Culture

Qualities of Peer Relations on Social Networking Websites: Predictions From Negative Mother-Teen Interactions
David E. Szwedo, Amori Yee Mikami and Joseph P. Allen
Journal of Research on Adolescence

Improving Wikipedia's Credibility: References and Citations in a Sample of History Articles
Brendan Luyt, Daniel Tan
Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology

Impressions, Improvisations and Compositions: Reframing Children's Text Production in Social Network Sites
Clare Dowdall
Literacy

Selective Exposure in the Internet Age: The Interaction between Anxiety and Information Utility
Nicholas A. Valentino, Antoine J. Banks, Vincent L. Hutchings and Anne K. Davis
Political Psychology

A New Perspective on Twitter Hashtag Use: Diffusion of innovation theory
Hsia-Ching Chang
Proceedings of the American Society for Information Science and Technology

Blogging and Environmental Advocacy: A New Way to Engage the Public?
Melissa K. Merry
Review of Policy Research

Virtually Global: Online Evangelical Cartography
Martijn Oosterbaan
Social Anthropology

From Imam to Cyber-Mufti: Consuming Identity in Muslim America
Saminaz Zaman
The Muslim World

Liberation Frequency: The Free Radio Movement and Alternative Strategies of Media Relations
Peter Brinson
The Sociological Quarterly

English on the Internet and a ‘Post-varieties’ Approach to Language
Philip Seargeant and Caroline Tagg
World Englishes

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Back to Museum Mapiluvu!: This exhibit includes content related to e-romance, virtual intimacy, and how we use social media and technology to communicate with loved ones. How has the use of social media to communicate impacted our relationships with others?

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New ContentGaming in the Game of Love: Effects of Video Games on Conflict in Couples
Sarah M. Coyne, Dean Busby, Brad J. Bushman, Douglas A. Gentile, Robert Ridge and Laura Stockdale
Family Relations

Email My Heart: Remediation and Romantic Break ups
Llana Gershon
Anthropology Today

iFamily: Internet and Social Media Technology in the Family Context
Amanda L. Williams and Michael J. Merten
Family and Consumer Sciences Research Journal

Virtualizing Intimacy: Information Communication Technologies and Transnational Families in Therapy
Gonzalo Bacigalupe and Susan Lambe
Family Process

“I luv u :)!”: A Descriptive Study of the Media Use of Individuals in Romantic Relationships
Sarah M. Coyne, Laura Stockdale, Dean Busby, Bethany Iverson and David M. Grant
Family Relations

Digital Dating and Virtual Relating: Conceptualizing Computer Mediated Romantic Relationships
Erich R. Merkle and Rhonda A. Richardson
Family Relations

Sexual Addiction and the Internet: Implications for Gay Men
Brian J. Dew and Michael P. Chaney
Journal of Addictions & Offender Counseling

Cybersex: The Impact of a Contemporary Problem on the Practices of Marriage and Family Therapists
Peter D. Goldberg, Brennan D. Peterson, Karen H. Rosen and Mary Linda Sara
Journal of Marital and Family Therapy

Essential Elements of Internet Infidelity Treatment
Katherine M. Hertlein and Fred P. Piercy
Journal of Marital and Family Therapy

Technology, Relationships, and Problems: A Research Synthesis
Katherine M. Hertlein and Megan Webster
Journal of Marital and Family Therapy

Romancing the Screen: An Examination of Moving from Television to the World Wide Web in a Quest for Quasi-Intimacy
Tracey Bowen
Journal of Popular Culture

Virtually Yours: Desire and Fulfillment in Virtual Worlds
Anastasia Salter
Journal of Popular Culture

Sentiment in Twitter Events
Mike Thelwall, Kevan Buckley, Georgios Paltoglou
Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology

Attachment Styles as Predictors of Facebook-Related Jealousy and Surveillance in Romantic Relationships
Tara C. Marshall, Kathrine Bejanyan, Gaia Di Castro and Ruth A. Lee
Personal Relationships

The Social Demography of Internet Dating in the United States
Jessica M. Sautter, Rebecca M. Tippett and S. Philip Morgan
Social Science Quarterly

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Back to Museum MapPrivacy ("Please?") / Cyberbully: This double exhibit includes content related to the dilemma of digital observation and participation that enables health monitoring and data gathering as well as cyber-stalking and cyber-bullying. What’s legal in cyberspace?

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Blurred Boundaries: Social Media Privacy and the Twenty-First-Century Employee
Patricia Sánchez Abril, Avner Levin and Alissa Del Riego
American Business Law Journal

Your E-mail Trail: Where Ethics Meets Forensics
Jennifer M. Moore
Business and Society Review

Online Privacy as a Corporate Social Responsibility: An Empirical Study
Irene Pollach
Business Ethics: a European Review

Surveillance on Reality Television and Facebook: From Authenticity to Flowing Data
Rachel E. Dubrofsky
Communication Theory

Locational Privacy in Public Spaces: Media Discourses on Location-Aware Mobile Technologies
Adriana De Souza e Silva, Jordan Frith
Communication, Culture and Critique

Media Governance: A New Concept for the Analysis of Media Policy and Regulation
Manuel Puppis
Communication, Culture and Critique

The Process of Criminalization: The Case of Computer Crime Laws
Richard C. Hollinger, Lonn Lanza-Kaduce
Criminology

Risking Security: Policies and Paradoxes of Cyberspace Security
Ronald J. Deibert and Rafal Rohozinski
International Political Sociology

Who Controls the Internet? Beyond the Obstinacy or Obsolescence of the State
Johan Eriksson and Giampiero Giacomello
International Studies Review

Facebook and Online Privacy: Attitudes, Behaviors, and Unintended Consequences
Bernhard Debatin, Jennette P. Lovejoy, Ann-Kathrin Horn M.A., Brittany N. Hughes
Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication

Publicly Private and Privately Public: Social Networking on YouTube
Patricia G. Lange
Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication

Consumers' Rules of Engagement in Online Information Exchanges
Amit Poddar, Jill Mosteller, Pam Scholder Ellen
Journal of Consumer Affairs

Toward an Understanding of the Online Consumer's Risky Behavior and Protection Practices
George R. Milne, Lauren I. Labrecque, Cory Cromer
Journal of Consumer Affairs

You Cannot Run or Hide from Social Media—Ask a Politician
Nic S. Terblanche
Journal of Public Affairs

Adolescent Health Literacy: The Importance of Credible Sources for Online Health Information
Suad F. Ghaddar PhD, Melissa A. Valerio PhD, Carolyn M. Garcia PhD, Lucy Hansen MLIS
Journal of School Health

Philosophical Theories Of Privacy: Implications For An Adequate Online Privacy Policy
Herman T. Tavani
Metaphilosophy

New Media, Web 2.0 and Survelliance
Christian Fuchs
Sociology Compass

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CYBERBULLY

Cyber Bullying Behaviors Among Middle and High School Students
Faye Mishna, Charlene Cook, Tahany Gadalla, Joanne Daciuk and Steven Solomon
American Journal of Orthopsychiatry

Gender Differences in Online and Offline Self-disclosure in Pre-adolescence and Adolescence
Patti M. Valkenburg, Sindy R. Sumter, Jochen Peter
British Journal of Developmental Psychology

On Rapid Rise of Social Networking Sites: New Findings and Policy Implications
Sonia Livingstone & David R. Brake
Children & Society

Cyberbullying: Predicting Victimisation and Perpetration
Michel Walrave, Wannes Heirman
Children & Society

Cyber-Abuse - A New Worldwide Threat to Children's Rights
Tom Altobelli
Family Court Review

Clustering of Internet Risk Behaviors in a Middle School Student Population
Elizabeth B. Dowell PhD, RN1, Ann W. Burgess DNSc, FAAN, RN, Deborah J. Cavanaugh MA, MHC
Journal of School Health

Cyberbullying and Self-Esteem
Justin W. Patchin PhD, Sameer Hinduja PhD
Journal of School Health

Extending the School Grounds?—Bullying Experiences in Cyberspace
Jaana Juvonen PhD, Elisheva F. Gross PhD
Journal of School Health

The New Age of Stalking: Technological Implications for Stalking
Cynthia Fraser, Erica Olsen, Kaofeng Lee, Cindy Southworth and Sarah Tucker
Juvenile and Family Court Journal

Differences Between Peer Victimization in Cyber and Physical Settings and Associated Psychosocial Adjustment in Early Adolescence
Allison G. Dempsey, Michael L. Sulkowski, Rebecca Nichols and Eric A. Storch
Psychology in the Schools

Imagining Globalised Fears: School Shooting Videos and Circulation of Violence on YouTube
Johanna Sumiala, Minttu Tikka
Social Anthropology

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Back to Museum MapProtest Catalysts / The E-State: This double exhibit includes content related to the use of social media as protest-spark, from the Arab Spring to Occupy Wall Street, but also as a tool of 21st-century government, from the police to the President.

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New ContentHow the New Government Utilizes Emerging Internet Media in Japan
Masahiro Matsuura
Asian Politics & Policy

New ContentNorth Korea Goes Online
Son Key-young
Asian Politics & Policy

New ContentOpen Government Initiatives: Challenges of Citizen Participation
Angela M. Evans, Adriana Campos
Journal of Policy Analysis and Management

New ContentWeb 2.0, Social Media and Creative Consumers: Implications for Public Policy
Leyland F. Pitt
Journal of Public Affairs

New ContentYin and Yang: Sina Weibo and the Chinese State
Vint Cerf
New Perspectives Quarterly

New ContentMicro-Mobilization, Social Media and Coping Strategies: Some Dutch Experiences
Victor Bekkers, Rebecca Moody and Arthur Edwards
Policy & Internet

New ContentA Platform for Individualized Campaigning? Social Media and Parliamentary Candidates in the 2009 Norwegian Election Campaign
Rune Karlsen
Policy & Internet

New ContentOnline Public Engagement in the Obama Administration: Building a Democracy Bubble?
Thomas A. Bryer
Policy & Internet

New ContentTowards a More Participatory Style of Election Campaigning: The Impact of Web 2.0 on the UK 2010 General Election
Darren G Lilleker and Nigel A. Jackson
Policy & Internet

New ContentWhat Are the Police Doing on Twitter? Social Media, the Police and the Public
Jeremy Crump
Policy & Internet

New ContentMechanisms of Control in Emergent Interorganizational Networks
Christopher Steven Marcum, Christine A. Bevc, Carter T. Butts
Policy Studies Journal

New ContentWhy the Occupy Movement Failed
Alasdair Roberts
Public Administration Review

New ContentLeveraging Technologies in Public Agencies: The Case of the U.S. Census Bureau and the 2010 Census
Kevin C. Desouza, Akshay Bhagwatwar
Public Administration Review

New ContentModels of E-Government: Are They Correct? An Empirical Assessment
David Coursey, Donald F. Norris
Public Administration Review

Reflections on #Occupy Everywhere: Social Media, Public Space, and Emerging Logics of Aggregation
Jeffrey S. Juris
American Ethnologist

Social Networks and Collective Action
David A. Siegel
American Journal of Political Science

Hate Online: A Content Analysis of Extremist Internet Sites
Phyllis B. Gerstenfeld, Diana R. Grant and Chau-Pu Chiang
Analyses of Social Issues and Public Policy

#spanishrevolution
Alberto Corsín Jiménez and Adolfo Estalella
Anthropology Today

The Egyptian Revolution: A Participant's Account from Tahrir Square, January and February 2011
Mohammed Abouelleil Rashed, Islam El Azzazi
Anthropology Today

The Cyberspace in Brunei
Chun Leung Jacky Li
Asian Politics & Policy

How Do Chinese Netizens Respond to the Japan Earthquake?
Shih-Diing Liu
Asian Politics & Policy

Nationalism 2.0 in Japan
Sebastian Maslow
Asian Politics & Policy

Pressure Group Direct Action on Climate Change: The Role of the Media and the Web in Britain—A Case Study
Neil T. Gavin
British Journal of Politics and International Relations

Twitter, Information Sharing and the London Riots?
Emma Tonkin, Heather D. Pfeiffer, Greg Tourte
Bulletin of the American Society for Information Science and Technology

A Comparison of Creative Behaviours in Online Communities Across Cultures
Gregor Jawecki, Johann Füller, Johannes Gebauer
Creativity and Innovation Management

Digital Aspirations: Malaysia and the Multimedia Super Corridor
Josh Lepawsky
FOCUS on Geography

The Cyberspace “War of Ink and Internet” in Chiapas, Mexico
Oliver Froehling
Geographical Review

Mobile Phones, Communities and Social Networks Among Foreign Workers in Singapore
Eric C. Thompson
Global Networks

Satirists as Opinion Leaders: Is Social Media Redefining Roles?
Hopkins and J. M. Simmons
Journal of Public Affairs

Dark Guests and Great Firewalls: The Internet and Chinese Security Policy
Ronald J. Deibert
Journal of Social Issues

The Reality of Virtual Reality: The Internet and Gender Equality Advocacy in Latin America
Elisabeth Jay Friedman
Latin American Politics and Society

Egypt's Spring: Causes of the Revolution
Ann M. Lesch
Middle East Policy

Saudi Arabia: Civil Rights and Local Actors
Raed Abdulaziz Alhargan
Middle East Policy

The Arab Spring: U.S. Democracy Promotion in Egypt
Erin A. Snider and David M. Faris
Middle East Policy

Social Networks vs. Governing Authority
Nathan Gardels
New Perspectives Quarterly

Welcome to the Geo-Information Age: How Wikileaks Redefined National Security As Know It
Nathan Gardels
New Perspectives Quarterly

Public Spheres on the Internet: Anarchic or Government-Sponsored – A Comparison
Jakob Linaa Jensen
Scandinavian Political Studies

Networks and Internet Into Perspective
Mario Diani
Swiss Political Science Review

Connecting Activists: Unions and Social Networking: A Report from the U.K.
John Wood
WorkingUSA

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THE E-STATE

Facework on Facebook: The Presentation of Self in Virtual Life and Its Role in the US Elections
Steffen Dalsgaard
Anthropology Today

Open Networks and the Open Door: American Foreign Policy and the Narration of the Internet
Daniel R. McCarthy
Foreign Policy Analysis

Cavemen in an Era of Speed-of-Light Technology’: Historical and Contemporary Perspectives on Communication within Prisons
Yvonne Jewkes, Helen Johnston
Howard Journal of Criminal Justice

International Relations 2.0: The Implications of New Media for an Old Profession
Charli Carpenter and Daniel W. Drezner
International Studies Perspectives

A Celebration That Defined a Generation: Grant Park, New Media, and Barack Obama's Historic Victory of the US Presidency
Kathy Merlock Jackson, Harold Dorton, Brett Heindl
Journal of American Culture

Political Involvement in “Mobilized” Society: The Interactive Relationships Among Mobile Communication, Network Characteristics, and Political Participation
Scott W. Campbell, Nojin Kwak
Journal of Communication

A Work-In-Process Literature Review: Incorporating Social Media in Risk and Crisis Communication
Michael J. Palenchar
Journal of Contingencies and Crisis Management

Squawking, Tweeting, Cooing, and Hooting: Analyzing the Communication Patterns of Government Agencies on Twitter
M. Williams
Journal of Public Affairs

Twitter Use by the U.S. Congress
Jennifer Golbeck, Justin M. Grimes, Anthony Rogers
Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology

The Policy Sciences of Social Media
Matthew R. Auer
Policy Studies Journal

Communicator-in-Chief: How Barack Obama Used New Media Technology to Win the White House – Edited by John Allen Hendricks and Robert Denton, Jr
Sharon E. Jarvis
Presidential Studies Quarterly

Presidential Communication in the Internet Era
Diana Owen and Richard Davis
Presidential Studies Quarterly

Twitter for City Police Department Information Sharing
Thomas Heverin, Lisl Zach
Proceedings of the American Society for Information Science and Technology

Digital Voices and Analogue Citizenship: Bridging the Gap Between Young People and the Democratic Process
Stephen Coleman
Public Policy Research

Demystifying Internet Neutrality in South Korea with Stakeholder Analysis
Dong-Hee Shin, Hyungseung Choo
Review of Policy Research

Blurred Boundaries: Probing the Ethics of Cyberspace Research
Ronald Deibert, Masashi Crete-Nishihata
Review of Policy Research

Online and Undecided: Voters and the Internet in the Contemporary Norwegian Election Campaign
Rune Karlsen
Scandinavian Political Studies

Size and e-Democracy: Online Participation in Norwegian Local Politics
Jo Saglie and Signy Irene Vabo
Scandinavian Political Studies

Wiley Online Library

Back to Museum MapHeadspace in Cyberspace: This exhibit includes content related to how students and teachers use social media including remote learning, virtual classrooms, gaming, and the latest innovations in how we teach and learn from each other.

Wiley Online Library

New ContentFeminist IR 101: Teaching through Blogs
Laura Sjoberg
International Studies Perspectives

New ContentPreparing Students to Join the Global Public Sphere
Juanita Darling, Mira Foster
International Studies Perspectives

‘Seeing’ the Learning Community: An Exploration of the Development of a Resource for Monitoring Online Student Networking
Shane Dawson
British Journal of Educational Technology (BJET)

Using the Facebook Group as a Learning Management System: An Exploratory Study
Qiyun Wang, Huay Lit Woo, Choon Lang Quek, Yuqin Yang, Mei Liu
British Journal of Educational Technology (BJET)

Role of the Educator in Social Software Initiatives in Further and Higher Education: A Conceptualisation and Research Agenda
Shailey Minocha, Andreas Schroeder, Christoph Schneider
British Journal of Educational Technology (BJET)

Web 2.0 and Competence-Oriented Design of Learning—Potentials and Implications for Higher Education
Dirk Schneckenberg, Ulf Ehlers, Heimo Adelsberger
British Journal of Educational Technology (BJET)

Does the New Digital Generation of Learners Exist? A Qualitative Study
Jaime Sánchez, Alvaro Salinas, David Contreras and Eduardo Meyer
British Journal of Educational Technology (BJET)

Facebook: An Effective Tool for Participant Retention in Longitudinal Research
R. Mychasiuk, K. Benzies
Child: Care, Health and Development

Socioeconomic Status– and Gender-Based Differences in Students’ Perceptions of E-Learning Systems
Leslie Jordan Albert, Camille S. Johnson
Decision Sciences Journal of Innovative Education

Economic Blogs
John Quiggin
Economic Papers

Literacy in the Digital Age: Learning from Computer Games
Catherine Beavis, Thomas Apperley, Clare Bradford, Joanne O’Mara and Christopher Walsh
English in Education

Transforming Our Models of Learning and Development: Web-Based Instruction as Enabler of Third-Generation Instruction
Kurt Kraiger
Industrial and Organizational Psychology

Design Education Online: Learning Delivery and Evaluation
Ji Yong Park
International Journal of Art & Design Education)

Old World Teaching Meets the New Digital Cultural Creatives
Elizabeth Delacruz
International Journal of Art & Design Education)

The Role of the Instructor in Business Games: A Comparison of Face-to-face and Online Instruction
Ana Beatriz Hernández, María Tatiana Gorjup, Rosalía Cascón
International Journal of Training and Development

International Studies in the Global Information Age
Beth A. Simmons
International Studies Quarterly

Combining Traditional and Contemporary Texts: Moving My English Class to the Computer Lab
Tracy J. Tarasiuk
Journal of Adolescent & Adult Literacy

Constructing Digital Learning Commons in the Literacy Classroom
Richard Beach
Journal of Adolescent & Adult Literacy

Microblogging as a Literacy Practice for Educational Communities
Kathy A. Mills, Vinesh Chandra
Journal of Adolescent & Adult Literacy

Digital Technology and Teaching American Culture
Bob Batchelor
Journal of American Culture

Assessing the Effects of Interactive Blogging on Student Attitudes Towards Peer Interaction, Learning Motivation, and Academic Achievements
C. Yang, Y.-S. Chang
Journal of Computer Assisted Learning

Higher Education Scholars' Participation and Practices on Twitter
G. Veletsianos
Journal of Computer Assisted Learning

The Effect of Twitter on College Student Engagement and Grades
R. Junco, G. Heiberger, E. Loken
Journal of Computer Assisted Learning

The Questionable Promise of Social Media for Education: Connective Learning and the Commercial Imperative
N. Friesen, S. Lowe
Journal of Computer Assisted Learning

What if Undergraduate Students Designed Their Own Web Learning Environment? Exploring Students' Web 2.0 Mentality Through Participatory Design
G. Palaigeorgiou, G. Triantafyllakos, A. Tsinakos
Journal of Computer Assisted Learning

From Blog to Bebo and Beyond: Text, Risk, Participation
Victoria Carrington
Journal of Research in Reading

Literacy in Virtual Worlds
Guy Merchant
Journal of Research in Reading

How and Why Do College Students Use Wikipedia?
Sook Lim
Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology

“That's More Like How They Know Me as a Person”: One Primary Pre-service Teacher's Stories of Her Personal and ‘Professional’ Digital Practices
Cathy Burnett
Literacy

Unfolding Lives in Digital Worlds: Digikid Teachers Revisited
Lynda Graham
Literacy

Using Blogs as a Teaching Tool in Negotiation
Ian Macduff
Negotiation Journal

Maximizing Journal Article Citation Online: Readers, Robots, and Research Visibility
Emma R. Norman
Politics & Policy

How and Why Scholars Cite on Twitter
Jason Priem, Kaitlin Light Costello
Proceedings of the American Society for Information Science and Technology

Google's Insights for Search: A Note Evaluating the Use of Search Engine Data in Social Research
Christopher P. Scheitle
Social Science Quarterly

Theorizing New Media: Reflexivity, Knowledge, and the Web 2.0
Sam Han
Sociological Inquiry

Pedagogy and Theology in Cyberspace: “All That We Can’t Leave Behind. . .”
Mary E. Hess
Teaching Theology and Religion

The Online Theology Classroom: Strategies for Engaging a Community of Distance Learners in a Hybrid Model of Online Education
Brent A. R. Hege
Teaching Theology and Religion

Using Technology to Deliver Career Development Services: Supporting Today's Students in Higher Education
Melissa A. Venable
The Career Development Quarterly

Digital Storytelling: Extending the Potential for Struggling Writers
Ruth Sylvester, Wendy-lou Greenidge
The Reading Teacher

iPed: Pedagogy for Digital Text Production
Kathy Ann Mills, Amanda Levido
The Reading Teacher

Literacy Instruction With Digital and Media Technologies
Diane Barone, Todd E. Wrigh
The Reading Teacher

Reader Response Meets New Literacies: Empowering Readers in Online Learning Communities
Lotta C. Larson
The Reading Teacher

Wiley Online Library

Journals Included in the Museum

American Business Law Journal
American Journal of Orthopsychiatry
American Journal of Political Science
Analyses of Social Issues and Public Policy
Anthropology & Education Quarterly
Anthropology Today
Asian Politics & Policy
British Journal of Developmental Psychology
British Journal of Educational Technology
British Journal of Politics and International Relations
Bulletin of the American Society for Information Science and Technology
Business and Society Review
Business Ethics: a European Review
Canadian Review of Sociology
Child and Adolescent Mental Health
Child Development Perspectives
Child: Care, Health and Development
Children & Society
Communication Theory
Communication, Culture and Critique
Counselor Education and Supervision
Creativity and Innovation Management
Criminology
Critical Quarterly
Curator: The Museum Journal
Decision Sciences
Decision Sciences Journal of Innovative Education
Design Management Review
Economic Geography
Economic Papers
English in Education
Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice
European Management Review
Family and Consumer Sciences Research Journal
Family Court Review
Family Process
Family Relations
FOCUS on Geography
Foreign Policy Analysis
Geographical Review
Global Networks
Growth and Change
Health Information & Libraries Journal
Howard Journal of Criminal Justice
Human Communication Research
Industrial and Organizational Psychology
International Journal of Art & Design Education
International Journal of Management Reviews
International Journal of Training and Development
International Political Sociology
International Studies Perspectives
International Studies Quarterly
International Studies Review
Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion
Journal of Addictions & Offender Counseling
Journal of Adolescent & Adult Literacy
Journal of American Culture
Journal of Applied Social Psychology
Journal of Business Finance & Accounting
Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry
Journal of Communication
Journal of Community & Applied Social Psychology
Journal of Community Psychology
Journal of Computer Assisted Learning
Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication
Journal of Consumer Affairs
Journal of Consumer Behaviour
Journal of Contingencies and Crisis Management
Journal of Employment Counseling
Journal of Legal Studies Education
Journal of Marital and Family Therapy
Journal of Popular Culture
Journal of Product Innovation Management
Journal of Public Affairs
Journal of Research in Reading
Journal of Research on Adolescence
Journal of School Health
Journal of Social Issues
Journal of Sociolinguistics
Journal of Supply Chain Management
Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology
Journal of World Intellectual Property
Juvenile and Family Court Journal
Kyklos
Latin American Politics and Society
Literacy
Metaphilosophy
Middle East Policy
Negotiation Journal
New Perspectives Quarterly
New Technology, Work and Employment
Personal Relationships
Policy Studies Journal
Political Psychology
Politics & Policy
Population and Development Review
Presidential Studies Quarterly
Proceedings of the American Society for Information Science and Technology
Psychology and Marketing
Psychology in the Schools
Public Policy Research
Review of Policy Research
Scandinavian Political Studies
Social Anthropology
Social Science Quarterly
Sociological Forum
Sociological Inquiry
Sociology Compass
Sociology of Health & Illness
Suicide and Life-Threatening Behavior
Swiss Political Science Review
Symbolic Interaction
Teaching Theology and Religion
The Career Development Quarterly
The Heythrop Journal
The Muslim World
The RAND Journal of Economics
The Reading Teacher
The Sociological Quarterly
WorkingUSA
World Englishes