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Social media platforms have been notoriously opaque about how they work. But something may have shifted, writes Tarleton Gillespie.
This report has two aims. The first is to establish the elements of an interests-participation model for developing sustainable digital media skills and literacies among seniors aged 60 and over. The second is to present a rich qualitative account of the digital technology and social...
There is growing concern about the impact of artificial intelligence on the global media landscape.
New technologies have changed the types of data that are routinely collected about citizens on a daily basis. For example, smart devices collect location and communication data, and fitness trackers and medical devices capture physiological and other data. As technology changes, new portable and connected...
This paper discusses the Islamic State's success in using social media and other communications technologies to recruit fighters from Southeast Asia and Australia.
Southeast Asia has direct experience of returning extremists. Indonesian veterans of the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan laid the...
Government and public service delivery is taking place in a changed world. A significant level of social, economic and political activity is now happening on the internet. As people buy and sell goods, search for information, browse the web and share their day–to–day experiences with...
This report examines the impact that social media has had on government policy, as well as how to manage the associated risk and leverage the benefits of social media.
On 19 August 2010 the Victorian Managed Insurance Authority (VMIA) convened a roundtable, to discuss...
Social network sites (SNSes) like MySpace, Facebook, and Bebo are ubiquitous and today’s youth are spending a great deal of time using these sites to access public life. How is public life shaped by social technology? How are the properties of mediated publics, like social...
From online media portals to phone apps and twitter poetry, technology is transforming the written word. So how are creators and consumers navigating the digital frontiers and how will these changes affect the way we read and write into the next decade?