'STOP SPAMMING ME!' - Exploring Information Overload on Facebook

@inproceedings{Koroleva2010STOPSM,
  title={'STOP SPAMMING ME!' - Exploring Information Overload on Facebook},
  author={K. Koroleva and Hanna Krasnova and O. G{\"u}nther},
  booktitle={AMCIS},
  year={2010}
}
The problem of information overload on Facebook is exacerbating as users expand their networks. Growing quantity and increasingly poor quality of information on the Newsfeed may interfere with the hedonic experience of users resulting in frustration and dissatisfaction. In the long run, such developments threaten to undermine sustainability of the platform. To address these issues, our study adopts a grounded theory approach to explore the phenomenon of information overload on Facebook. We… Expand
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