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The Presentation of Self in the Age of Social Media: Distinguishing Performances and Exhibitions Online
Presentation of self (via Goffman) is becoming increasingly popular as a means for explaining differences in meaning and activity of online participation. This article argues that self-presentationExpand
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Visualizing Personal Networks: Working with Participant-aided Sociograms
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We describe an interview-based data-collection procedure for social network analysis designed to aid gathering information about the people known by a respondent and reduce problems with data integrity and respondent burden. Expand
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Collecting Social Network Data to Study Social Activity-Travel Behavior: An Egocentric Approach
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This paper presents a data collection effort designed to incorporate the social dimension in social activity-travel behavior by explicitly studying the link between individuals' social activities and their social networks. Expand
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Assessing structural correlates to social capital in Facebook ego networks
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We present two hypotheses related to Facebook social networks and social capital: more foci are associated with perceptions of greater bridging social capital and more closure is associated with greater bonding social capital. Expand
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Uneven Geographies of User-Generated Information: Patterns of Increasing Informational Poverty
Geographies of codified knowledge have always been characterized by stark core–periphery patterns, with some parts of the world at the center of global voice and representation and many othersExpand
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Persistence and Change in Social Media
In “Star Trek,” Scotty suggests that Transwarp beaming is “like trying to hit a bullet with a smaller bullet, whilst wearing a blindfold, riding a horse” (Abrams, 2009). The study of social mediaExpand
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Analysing Social Networks Via the Internet
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Social network analysis is a rapidly expanding interdisciplinary paradigm , much of which is taking place with online data. Expand
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AGENCY IN SOCIAL ACTIVITY INTERACTIONS: THE ROLE OF SOCIAL NETWORKS IN TIME AND SPACE
This paper explores the relationship between travel behaviour, ICT use and social networks. Specifically, we outline a theory of social action that can inform how ICTs relates to social activityExpand
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Digital Divisions of Labor and Informational Magnetism: Mapping Participation in Wikipedia
There are now more than 3 billion Internet users on our planet. The connections afforded to all of those people, in theory, allow for an unprecedented amount of communication and publicExpand
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SOCIOECONOMIC STATUS UPDATES
There are numerous indirect ways in which socioeconomic status (SES) can advantage or disadvantage people in developing social capital. Specifically, SES affects the access individuals have toExpand
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