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ir16 TO BE OR NOT TO BE CHARLIE: TWITTER HASHTAGS AS A DISCOURSE AND COUNTER-DISCOURSE IN THE AFTERMATH OF THE 2015 CHARLIE HEBDO SHOOTING IN FRANCE Abstract   PDF
Fabio Giglietto, Yenn Lee
 
2017: AoIR Selected Papers of Internet Research To Be Or Not To Be On The Internet: A Multidimensional Tool For Studying Online Anonymities Abstract   PDF
Lina Eklund, Emma Von Essen, Fatima Jonsson
 
ir16 TOOLS BEYOND CONTROL: PRIVATE INFORMATION INTERMEDIARIES AND THE WORK OF ADVOCACY ORGANIZATIONS Abstract   PDF
Luis Hestres
 
IR 12 Towards a Genre Analysis of Online Book Discussion: socializing, participation and publication in the Dutch booksphere Abstract   PDF
Peter Boot
 
2017: AoIR Selected Papers of Internet Research Towards A Networked Privacy Paradigm: Assumptions And Implications Abstract   PDF
Ralf Patrick De Wolf, Rob Heyman
 
2017: AoIR Selected Papers of Internet Research Towards A Theory Of Cross-Media Networked Microcelebrity: Of Bedrooms, Blogsites, Broadcasts, And Boardrooms Abstract   PDF
Crystal Abidin
 
2017: AoIR Selected Papers of Internet Research Towards A Theory Of Cross-Media Networked Microcelebrity: Of Bedrooms, Blogsites, Broadcasts, And Boardrooms Abstract   PDF
Evelina Lundmark
 
2017: AoIR Selected Papers of Internet Research Tracing Controversies in Hacker Networks: Ethical Considerations for Research on Communal Publics Abstract   PDF
Annika Richterich
 
2016: AoIR Selected Papers of Internet Research TRACK YOURSELF AND SHARE WITH US. DIGITAL SELF-TRACKING AS A SOCIAL PRACTICE. Abstract   PDF
Bernadette Kneidinger-Müller
 
ir14 Transgressive Networks: This Week in Blackness and Resistance through Online Programming Abstract   PDF
Sarah Florini
 
ir14 Transitioning in Thailand Online Abstract   PDF
Jillana Beth Enteen
 
2017: AoIR Selected Papers of Internet Research Transnational Social Spaces And Diasporic Publics. How Migrants Are Changing Traditional Conceptualisations Of The Public Sphere Abstract   PDF
Sara Marino
 
2017: AoIR Selected Papers of Internet Research Transparency as Rupture: Open Data and the Datafied Society of Hong Kong Abstract   PDF
Rolien Hoyng
 
2017: AoIR Selected Papers of Internet Research Transparency as Rupture: Open Data and the Datafied Society of Hong Kong Abstract
Rolien Hoyng
 
2017: AoIR Selected Papers of Internet Research Transparency, Research And Facebook: The Case Of Facebook.Com/Peace Abstract   PDF
Nicholas John
 
ir16 TRUVADA: PROMOTING GAY PROMISCUITY OR ENDING THE HIV STIGMA? THE NEW YORK TIMES AND THE ADVOCATE AS FACILITATORS OF ONLINE DEBATES AROUND THE HIV PREVENTION PILL Abstract   PDF
Andrea Hackl, Todd Newman
 
ir16 TWEETING @THEWRITERSROOM: MAPPING THE TELEVISION INDUSTRY'S IDEAL FAN THROUGH WRITERS' ROOM TWITTER ACCOUNTS Abstract   PDF
Annemarie Navar-Gill
 
ir14 Tweeting the elections in Belgium. An analysis of social and traditional cross-media patterns Abstract   PDF
Pieter Verdegem, Evelien D'heer, Peter Mechant
 
ir14 Tweeting to the Choir: Online Performance and Academic Identity Abstract   PDF
sava saheli singh
 
ir14 Twitter in the Context of the Arab Spring Abstract   PDF
Muhammad Abdul-Mageed, Christopher Brown, Dua'a Abu-Elhij'a
 
ir14 Twitter Storytelling as a New Literacy Practice Abstract   PDF
Jeff Holmes
 
ir14 Understanding Digital Network Engagement: Aiding Resistance and Appropriation of Technology Abstract   PDF
Diane Spencer-Scarr
 
2017: AoIR Selected Papers of Internet Research Understanding eSports Spectatorship: Players, Fans, Recruits Abstract   PDF
Marcus Carter, Martin Gibbs, Emma Witkowski
 
ir14 Urban Jamification: Gincanas as location-based mobile games in Brazil Abstract   PDF
Adriana de Souza e Silva, Isabel Froes
 
ir14 User or Not, Forever an Endorser: FTC Regulation of Online Endorsement and Content Control Abstract   PDF
Matthew Thomas Bray
 
ir14 User resistance and repurposing: a look at the iOS jailbreaking scene in Brazil Abstract   PDF
Adriana da Rosa Amaral, Rosana Vieira Souza
 
ir16 USER TÉCINO: TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER, EMERGING TECHNICAL ACTORS, AND BRAZILIAN OPEN-SOURCE SOFTWARE Abstract   PDF
Beatrice Choi
 
ir16 USER’S DIGITAL IMAGINARIES OF SELF USURPED THROUGH WORK: WHY USERS AUTONOMY IS AT RISK Abstract   PDF
Jacinta Buchbach
 
ir16 USER-GENERATED PARODY AS NEGOTIATION OVER MEANING:A TYPOLOGY OF FRAME ALIGNMENT IN MUSICAL RENDITIONS Abstract   PDF
Lillian Boxman-Shabtai
 
ir14 Using Mobile Augmented Reality to Tactically Re-Encounter, Re-Create, and Re-Appropriate Public Spaces Abstract   PDF
Tony Chung Li Liao, Lee Humphreys
 
2016: AoIR Selected Papers of Internet Research Using web browsing histories to facilitate multi-method research Abstract   PDF
Ericka Menchen-Trevino
 
ir16 VILE PORNOGRAPHY, SEXUAL MISCREANTS, AND ELECTRONIC STALKERS – POLICY DISCOURSES OF YOUTH INTERNET SAFETY Abstract   PDF
Nathan Fisk
 
ir14 Virtually managing (in)visibility: Girls, social media, and rural U.S. family relationships Abstract   PDF
Aimee Rickman
 
ir16 VISION, KNOWLEDGE, POWER: EROWID.ORG AND THE “TRIP REPORT” Abstract   PDF
John James Witte
 
2016: AoIR Selected Papers of Internet Research Visual Arts in Digital and Online Environments: Changing Copyright and Fair Use Practice among Institutions and Individuals Abstract Abstract   PDF
Patricia Aufderheide, Aram Sinnreich
 
ir14 Voice in a virtual world: From resistance to appropriation Abstract   PDF
Lynnette G. Leonard, John C. Sherblom, Lesley A. Withers
 
ir15 VOICING TECHNOLOGICAL OBJECTS ON TWITTER: FROM @big_ben_clock to @SelfAwareROOMBA Abstract   PDF
Amy Johnson
 
ir14 Watching the Watchers: New Perspectives on Spectatorship, Gaming and Online Media Abstract   PDF
Nicholas Taylor, Marcella Szablewicz, Nicholas Bowman, Todd Harper
 
ir14 Watching the Watchers: New Perspectives on Spectatorship, Gaming and Online Media Abstract   PDF
Nicholas Taylor, Marcella Szablewicz, Nicholas Bowman, Todd Harper
 
ir14 Wave-Riding and Hashtag-Jumping: Twitter, Minority ‘Third Parties’ and the 2012 US Elections Abstract   PDF
Christian Christensen
 
ir14 Wave-Riding and Hashtag-Jumping: Twitter, Minority ‘Third Parties’ and the 2012 US Elections Abstract   PDF
Christian Christensen
 
ir15 WHAT ABOUT THE CONVERSATION? THE LACK OF SOCIAL INTERACTION IN KINDLE WORLDS Abstract
Jemma Sheree Bothe
 
ir14 What We Talk About When We Talk Data: Metrics, Mobilization, and Materiality in Performing Health Online Abstract   PDF
Brittany Fiore-Silfvast, Gina Neff
 
2016: AoIR Selected Papers of Internet Research What’s Behind the Mask?: Understanding Stealth Practices of Grindr Users Abstract   PDF
Ian N. Wesley-Smith, W. E. Chapin
 
2017: AoIR Selected Papers of Internet Research What’s On My Mind: Using Social Media To Discuss Stressful Situations Abstract   PDF
Jennifer Knight, Nicholas Bowman, Jaime Banks, Brian Primack, Jason Colditz, Ariel Shensa
 
2016: AoIR Selected Papers of Internet Research When Censorship is not an option: Internet Trolling by National Intelligence Agency of S. Korea: Abstract   PDF
Ho Young Yoon, Woo Chang Kang
 
2017: AoIR Selected Papers of Internet Research When Does Irl Matter? Location And Networked Creativity In Gamer, Hacker And Maker Publics Abstract   PDF
Kat Braybrooke, Richterich Annika, Wenz Karin, Jordan Tim
 
ir16 WHERE LIBERALS AND CONSERVATIVES MEET: A NETWORK ANALYSUS OF POLITICAL NEWS SITE AUDIENCES Abstract   PDF
Jacob Nelson, James Webster
 
ir16 WHITENESS AS DIGITAL IMAGINARY: SJW AS BOUNDARY OBJECT Abstract   PDF
André Brock
 
ir14 Who has the right to speak? The role of social media in spreading dissent among anti-nuclear groups in post 3-11Japan Abstract   PDF
Takanori Tamura, Tadahisa Hamada
 
ir14 Who’s Running the Show? Negotiating Control for Community Participation Abstract   PDF
Stacy Blasiola, James Carivou, Miao Feng, Jun Liu, Rachel Magee, Melinda Sebastian
 
2016: AoIR Selected Papers of Internet Research WHOSE PRIVACY? LOBBYING FOR THE FREE FLOW OF EUROPEAN PERSONAL DATA Abstract   PDF
Jockum Philip Hildén
 
ir16 WHY AND HOW POLITICIANS USE SOCIAL MEDIA? UNDERSTANDING SENSEMAKING AND REPRESENTATIONS OF DIGITAL PLATFORMS. THE CASE OF “FACEBOOK” AND “TWITTER” IN THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT Abstract   PDF
Sandrine Roginsky
 
ir14 Will the Revolution Be Tweeted? Mapping Complex Data Patterns from Sites of Protest Abstract   PDF
Elizabeth Losh, Beth Coleman, VJ Um Amel
 
ir14 Writing for Old and New Media: A Natural Experiment Abstract   PDF
Leticia Bode
 
ir16 YOU [DON’T] GOTTA PAY THE TROLL TOLL: A TRANSACTION COSTS MODEL OF ONLINE HARASSMENT Abstract   PDF
Stacy Blasiola
 
2016: AoIR Selected Papers of Internet Research You're always online: Negotiating internet temporalities in the secondary school Abstract   PDF
Nicola Frances Johnson
 
IR 12 Youth Participation in Civic Engagement Through Social Media: a case study Abstract   PDF
Lynnette G. Leonard
 
ir14 Youth Participation, Media Literacy and Social Justice Abstract   PDF
Chelsey Hauge, Tamara Shepherd, Antero Garcia, Giuliana Cucinelli, Mary Bryson
 
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