First Monday

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Link to organisation: http://www.firstmonday.org/

Source Type: Organisation

Journal article
3 April 2017

This article builds on Pomerantz and Peek’s attempt to disambiguate the term by offering an alternative understanding to openness — that...

Journal article
4 January 2016

This study examines big (social) data consisting of nearly 14 million tweets collected from Twitter over a period of 10 months to analyze public opinion regarding gender-based violence.

Journal article
7 December 2015

This paper attempts to define Wikipedia in an information literacy context by providing an analysis of learning knowledge and Wikipedia’s structure.

Journal article
3 March 2014

Abstract: The growing popularity of online hospitality exchange networks like Couchsurfing and Airbnb point toward a new paradigm of sociality for a mobile and networked society as hospitable...

Journal article
10 October 2013

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The promise of ‘big data’ has generated a significant deal of interest in the development of new approaches to research in the humanities and social sciences, as...

Journal article
2 September 2013

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This paper is a reflection on the process of engaging with Twitter from the perspective of a researcher and a user. It includes the author’s experiences as a...

Journal article
2 September 2013

This article argues that social network diversity affords both benefits and burdens to users in terms of online political engagement.

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Previous research...

Journal article
2 September 2013

This article presents a quantitative study of how the gender composition of conversing Twitter users influences the linguistic style apparent in the messages.

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Journal article
2 September 2013

This study explored gender differences in urban adolescent Internet access, usage and motives. Data were collected from 914 urban school students in Malaysia. Factor analysis revealed that...

Journal article
23 May 2013

In just under seven years, Twitter has grown to count nearly 3% of the entire global population among its active users who have sent more than 170 billion 140-character messages. Today the...