Social Media Research: An Assessment of the Domain's Productivity and Intellectual Evolution

@inproceedings{Osch2014SocialMR,
  title={Social Media Research: An Assessment of the Domain's Productivity and Intellectual Evolution},
  author={Wietske van Osch and Constantinos K. Coursaris},
  year={2014}
}
The purpose of this study is to conduct a bibliographic investigation and meta-analysis of the full body of social media scholarship produced over eight years, since the domain's emergence in 2004. A total of 610 journal and conference papers were carefully reviewed and subjected to bibliometric and meta-analysis techniques. A number of research questions pertaining to country, institutional, and individual productivity, as well as research design and data practices in the social media field… CONTINUE READING
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