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Three dimensions of the public sphere on Facebook
ABSTRACT The article provides an empirical analysis of the online public sphere in the three dimensions introduced by Dahlgren (2005): structural, representational and interactional. The main subjectExpand
Employment Flexibility and Job Security as Determinants of Job Satisfaction: The Case of Polish Knowledge Workers
A number of empirical studies have shown a positive influence of employment stability on job satisfaction. Employment stability, usually measured by the type of contract an individual has, may affectExpand
Social diagnosis 2003
From Online Familiarity to Offline Trust: How a virtual community creates familiarity and trust between strangers
8.1 Inside Couchsurfing .................................................................................182 8.2 Online Community IdeologyExpand
How the emergence of social networking sites challenges agenda-setting theory
With the emergence of social networking sites (SNS), the way that information is being processed by media consumers has changed drastically. This has had a direct impact on one of the mostExpand
The Burden of Big Data
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Gathering and processing high volumes of data is relevant in all branches of science, including the humanities, and the relationships between them are being created by people and by machines both for research purposes and for companies and institutions. Expand
An Experimental Platform for Quantified Crowd
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This paper introduces custom badge-form low-power devices that feature a number of sensors relevant to quantified crowd, and ensures that these devices can interoperate with commercial off-the-shelf smartphones, wristbands, and other devices for self-quantification. Expand
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