"Why won't you be my Facebook friend?": strategies for managing context collapse in the workplace

@inproceedings{Vitak2012WhyWY,
  title={"Why won't you be my Facebook friend?": strategies for managing context collapse in the workplace},
  author={Jessica Vitak and C. Lampe and R. Gray and N. Ellison},
  booktitle={iConference '12},
  year={2012}
}
  • Jessica Vitak, C. Lampe, +1 author N. Ellison
  • Published in iConference '12 2012
  • Political Science, Computer Science
  • This poster presents a preliminary analysis of data collected from staff personnel at a large U. S. university regarding their use of the social network site (SNS) Facebook in their personal and professional lives. Sixty-five percent of online American adults now have a profile on a SNS, and Facebook is increasingly utilized in organizational settings such as universities as a tool for information dissemination, recruiting, and promotion of the organization and its programs. Analysis of… CONTINUE READING
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