Published on in Vol 15, No 10 (2013): October

Enabling Community Through Social Media

Enabling Community Through Social Media

Enabling Community Through Social Media

Journals

  1. Rykov Y, Meylakhs P. Network Structure of an AIDS-Denialists Online Community: Identifying Core Members and the Risk Group. SSRN Electronic Journal 2016 View
  2. Navarro S, Mazingi D, Keil E, Dube A, Dedeker C, Stewart K, Ncube T, Rickard J, Lavy C, Tuttle T. Identifying New Frontiers for Social Media Engagement in Global Surgery: An Observational Study. World Journal of Surgery 2020;44(9):2881 View
  3. Sakamoto Y, Li H, Tanaka Y. Rumors on Social Media During Emergencies. SSRN Electronic Journal 2014 View
  4. Hemsley B, Dann S. Social media and social marketing in relation to facilitated communication: Harnessing the affordances of social media for knowledge translation. Evidence-Based Communication Assessment and Intervention 2014;8(4):187 View
  5. Pechmann C, Delucchi K, Lakon C, Prochaska J. Randomised controlled trial evaluation of Tweet2Quit: a social network quit-smoking intervention. Tobacco Control 2017;26(2):188 View
  6. Hamad E, Savundranayagam M, Holmes J, Kinsella E, Johnson A. Toward a Mixed-Methods Research Approach to Content Analysis in The Digital Age: The Combined Content-Analysis Model and its Applications to Health Care Twitter Feeds. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2016;18(3):e60 View
  7. Meenakshi S, Sivakumar P, Ilango P. Effective Health Promotion Interventions for Targeted Audience using Social Networking Sites: A Systematic Review. Indian Journal of Science and Technology 2017;10(36):1 View
  8. Urbanoski K, van Mierlo T, Cunningham J. Investigating Patterns of Participation in an Online Support Group for Problem Drinking: a Social Network Analysis. International Journal of Behavioral Medicine 2017;24(5):703 View
  9. Du H, Venkatakrishnan A, Youngblood G, Ram A, Pirolli P. A Group-Based Mobile Application to Increase Adherence in Exercise and Nutrition Programs: A Factorial Design Feasibility Study. JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2016;4(1):e4 View
  10. Chan W, Leung A. Use of Social Network Sites for Communication Among Health Professionals: Systematic Review. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2018;20(3):e117 View
  11. Dhaliwal D, Mannion C. Antivaccine Messages on Facebook: Preliminary Audit. JMIR Public Health and Surveillance 2020;6(4):e18878 View
  12. Tougas M, Chambers C, Corkum P, Robillard J, Gruzd A, Howard V, Kampen A, Boerner K, Hundert A. Social Media Content About Children’s Pain and Sleep: Content and Network Analysis. JMIR Pediatrics and Parenting 2018;1(2):e11193 View
  13. Ben Taleb Z, Laestadius L, Asfar T, Primack B, Maziak W. #Hookahlife: The Rise of Waterpipe Promotion on Instagram. Health Education & Behavior 2019;46(1):106 View
  14. Townsend A, Leese J, Adam P, McDonald M, Li L, Kerr S, Backman C. eHealth, Participatory Medicine, and Ethical Care: A Focus Group Study of Patients’ and Health Care Providers’ Use of Health-Related Internet Information. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2015;17(6):e155 View
  15. Gruzd A, Kumar P, Abul-Fottouh D, Haythornthwaite C. Coding and Classifying Knowledge Exchange on Social Media: a Comparative Analysis of the #Twitterstorians and AskHistorians Communities. Computer Supported Cooperative Work (CSCW) 2020;29(6):629 View
  16. Mačiulienė M, Skaržauskienė A. Building the capacities of civic tech communities through digital data analytics. Journal of Innovation & Knowledge 2020;5(4):244 View
  17. Tamí-Maury I, Brown L, Lapham H, Chang S. Community-based participatory research through virtual communities. Journal of Communication in Healthcare 2017:1 View
  18. Rykov Y, Sinyavskaya Y, Koltsova O. Accumulating Social Capital in an Online Urban Network: The Effects of User Behaviors. SSRN Electronic Journal 2018 View
  19. Gruzd A, Tsyganova K. Information Wars and Online Activism During the 2013/2014 Crisis in Ukraine: Examining the Social Structures of Pro‐ and Anti‐Maidan Groups. Policy & Internet 2015;7(2):121 View
  20. McEwan B. Communication of communities: linguistic signals of online groups. Information, Communication & Society 2016;19(9):1233 View
  21. Gilbert S. Learning in a Twitter-based community of practice: an exploration of knowledge exchange as a motivation for participation in #hcsmca. Information, Communication & Society 2016;19(9):1214 View
  22. Gopalsamy R, Semenov A, Pasiliao E, McIntosh S, Nikolaev A. Engagement as a Driver of Growth of Online Health Forums: Observational Study. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2017;19(8):e304 View
  23. Pechmann C, Calder D, Phillips C, Delucchi K, Prochaska J. The Use of Web-Based Support Groups Versus Usual Quit-Smoking Care for Men and Women Aged 21-59 Years: Protocol for a Randomized Controlled Trial. JMIR Research Protocols 2020;9(1):e16417 View
  24. Shang L, Zuo M, Ma D, Yu Q. The Antecedents and Consequences of Health Care Professional–Patient Online Interactions: Systematic Review. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2019;21(9):e13940 View
  25. Jalali A, Sherbino J, Frank J, Sutherland S. Social media and medical education: Exploring the potential of Twitter as a learning tool. International Review of Psychiatry 2015;27(2):140 View
  26. Buente W, Dalisay F, Pokhrel P, Kramer H, Pagano I. An Instagram-Based Study to Understand Betel Nut Use Culture in Micronesia: Exploratory Content Analysis. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2020;22(7):e13954 View
  27. Carron-Arthur B, Ali K, Cunningham J, Griffiths K. From Help-Seekers to Influential Users: A Systematic Review of Participation Styles in Online Health Communities. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2015;17(12):e271 View
  28. Buhr H, Hoepner J, Miller H, Johnson C. AphasiaWeb: development and evaluation of an aphasia-friendly social networking application. Aphasiology 2017;31(9):999 View
  29. Zavattaro S, Brainard L. Social media as micro-encounters. International Journal of Public Sector Management 2019;32(5):562 View
  30. Jane M, Hagger M, Foster J, Ho S, Kane R, Pal S, Atkin S. Effects of a weight management program delivered by social media on weight and metabolic syndrome risk factors in overweight and obese adults: A randomised controlled trial. PLOS ONE 2017;12(6):e0178326 View
  31. Chan W, Leung A. Facebook as a Novel Tool for Continuous Professional Education on Dementia: Pilot Randomized Controlled Trial. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2020;22(6):e16772 View
  32. Pechmann C, Pan L, Delucchi K, Lakon C, Prochaska J. Development of a Twitter-Based Intervention for Smoking Cessation that Encourages High-Quality Social Media Interactions via Automessages. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2015;17(2):e50 View
  33. Gruzd A, Haythornthwaite C, Paulin D, Gilbert S, del Valle M. Uses and Gratifications factors for social media use in teaching: Instructors’ perspectives. New Media & Society 2018;20(2):475 View
  34. Haythornthwaite C. Rethinking learning spaces: networks, structures, and possibilities for learning in the twenty-first century. Communication Research and Practice 2015;1(4):292 View
  35. Rykov Y, Meylakhs P, Sinyavskaya Y. Network Structure of an AIDS-Denialist Online Community: Identifying Core Members and the Risk Group. American Behavioral Scientist 2017;61(7):688 View
  36. Mishori R, Singh L, Levy B, Newport C. Mapping Physician Twitter Networks: Describing How They Work as a First Step in Understanding Connectivity, Information Flow, and Message Diffusion. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2014;16(4):e107 View
  37. Ho K. Harnessing the Social Web for Health and Wellness: Issues for Research and Knowledge Translation. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2014;16(2):e34 View
  38. Carron-Arthur B, Reynolds J, Bennett K, Bennett A, Cunningham J, Griffiths K. Community Structure of a Mental Health Internet Support Group: Modularity in User Thread Participation. JMIR Mental Health 2016;3(2):e20 View
  39. Li H, Sakamoto Y. Computing the Veracity of Information Through Crowds: A Method for Reducing the Spread of False Messages on Social Media. SSRN Electronic Journal 2015 View
  40. Utengen A, Rouholiman D, Gamble J, Grajales III F, Pradhan N, Staley A, Bernstein L, Young S, Clauson K, Chu L. Patient Participation at Health Care Conferences: Engaged Patients Increase Information Flow, Expand Propagation, and Deepen Engagement in the Conversation of Tweets Compared to Physicians or Researchers. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2017;19(8):e280 View
  41. Barnes S, Kaul V, Kudchadkar S. Social Media Engagement and the Critical Care Medicine Community. Journal of Intensive Care Medicine 2019;34(3):175 View
  42. Rykov Y, Koltsova O, Sinyavskaya Y, Bovet A. Effects of user behaviors on accumulation of social capital in an online social network. PLOS ONE 2020;15(4):e0231837 View
  43. Dergacheva D, Tous-Rovirosa A. Government’s echo. Twitter discussions around news topics in Russian networked authoritarianism. Russian Journal of Communication 2021;13(2):117 View
  44. Geirdal A, Ruffolo M, Leung J, Thygesen H, Price D, Bonsaksen T, Schoultz M. Mental health, quality of life, wellbeing, loneliness and use of social media in a time of social distancing during the COVID-19 outbreak. A cross-country comparative study. Journal of Mental Health 2021;30(2):148 View
  45. Patten C, Balls-Berry J, Cohen E, Brockman T, Valdez Soto M, West I, Cha J, Zavala Rocha M, Eder M. Feasibility of a virtual Facebook community platform for engagement on health research. Journal of Clinical and Translational Science 2021;5(1) View
  46. Motyka M, Al-Imam A. Representations of Psychoactive Drugs’ Use in Mass Culture and Their Impact on Audiences. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 2021;18(11):6000 View
  47. Mazel S, Zisman-Ilani Y, Hennig S, Garnick D, Nicholson J. Virtual Engagement in a Social Media Community of Mothers With Substance Use Disorders: Content Analysis. JMIR Formative Research 2021;5(6):e24353 View
  48. Shaikh H, Brodell B, Soin S. “Social media perceptions of hip fractures: A two-year cross-sectional analysis”. Injury 2023;54(4):1176 View
  49. Malova E. Understanding online conversations about COVID-19 vaccine on Twitter: vaccine hesitancy amid the public health crisis. Communication Research Reports 2021;38(5):346 View
  50. Tran H. Studying the Community of Trump Supporters on Twitter during the 2020 US Presidential Election via Hashtags #maga and #trump2020. Journalism and Media 2021;2(4):709 View
  51. Thakur N. Twitter Big Data as a Resource for Exoskeleton Research: A Large-Scale Dataset of about 140,000 Tweets from 2017–2022 and 100 Research Questions. Analytics 2022;1(2):72 View
  52. Ben Sedrine Doghri S, Bouderbala A, Melliti S. Etude de l’impact des réseaux sociaux sur l’engagement des cadres au sein des PMEs. Gestion 2000 2020;Volume 36(4):117 View
  53. Edwards E, Ford S, Gajjala R, Murray P, Bhatia K. Shaheen Bagh: Making sense of (re)emerging “Subaltern” feminist political subjectivities in hashtag publics through critical, feminist interventions. New Media & Society 2024;26(1):473 View
  54. Chen L, Liebler C. #MeToo on Twitter: The migration of celebrity capital and social capital in online celebrity advocacy. New Media & Society 2022:146144482211358 View
  55. Dadich A, Wells R, Williams S, Taskin N, Coskun M, Grenier C, Ponsignon F, Scahill S, Best S. Cues Disseminated by Professional Associations That Represent 5 Health Care Professions Across 5 Nations: Lexical Analysis of Tweets. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2023;25:e42927 View
  56. Guber D. Research Synthesis. Public Opinion Quarterly 2022;85(4):1103 View
  57. Darshan B, Kalyani S, Popov E, Chevtaeva N, Strielkovski W. Social media participatory development communication during COVID-19 by Elected Women Representatives (EWR) of Panchayati Raj Institutions (PRI) in India. SHS Web of Conferences 2021;128:05005 View
  58. Yang L, Lin Z. The Impact of “Social Networking +” Technology on the Social Inclusion of People With Mobility Impairments in China. Social Media + Society 2022;8(1):205630512210770 View
  59. Falgoust G, Winterlind E, Moon P, Parker A, Zinzow H, Chalil Madathil K. Applying the uses and gratifications theory to identify motivational factors behind young adult's participation in viral social media challenges on TikTok. Human Factors in Healthcare 2022;2:100014 View
  60. Tang M, Jung Y, LI Y. Exploring the sociotechnical system of Chinese internet literature online forums: a social network analytical approach. Online Information Review 2023;47(3):505 View
  61. Imani Rad A, Banaeian Far S. SocialFi transforms social media: an overview of key technologies, challenges, and opportunities of the future generation of social media. Social Network Analysis and Mining 2023;13(1) View
  62. Balt E, Mérelle S, Robinson J, Popma A, Creemers D, van den Brand I, van Bergen D, Rasing S, Mulder W, Gilissen R. Social media use of adolescents who died by suicide: lessons from a psychological autopsy study. Child and Adolescent Psychiatry and Mental Health 2023;17(1) View
  63. Kosar S, Muruthi B, Shivers C, Zarate J, Byron J. Millennials and Generation Z: Men’s Perspectives on Hashtag Feminism. The Journal of Men’s Studies 2023;31(3):478 View
  64. Thakur N. Twitter Big Data as a Resource for Exoskeleton Research: A Large-Scale Dataset of about 140,000 Tweets and 100 Research Questions. SSRN Electronic Journal 2022 View
  65. B. M. D, Suresh K. Social Media-Enabled Sustainable Communities: A Case of Indian Elected Women Representatives (EWRs). Sustainability 2023;15(15):11485 View
  66. Cheng T, Han B, Liu Y. Exploring public sentiment and vaccination uptake of COVID-19 vaccines in England: a spatiotemporal and sociodemographic analysis of Twitter data. Frontiers in Public Health 2023;11 View
  67. Ma C, Qirui C, Lv Y. “One community at a time”: promoting community resilience in the face of natural hazards and public health challenges. BMC Public Health 2023;23(1) View

Books/Policy Documents

  1. Dimitrova D, Wellman B. Advanced Methodologies and Technologies in Media and Communications. View
  2. Zeng X, McKenna B, Richter S, Cai W. Information Systems. View
  3. Kanagavel R. The Social Lives of Networked Students. View
  4. Del Valle M, Gruzd A, Kumar P, Gilbert S. Mobility, Data and Learner Agency in Networked Learning. View
  5. Dimitrova D, Wellman B. Encyclopedia of Information Science and Technology, Fourth Edition. View
  6. Gomez-Vasquez L, Romero-Hall E. Social Computing and Social Media. Participation, User Experience, Consumer Experience, and Applications of Social Computing. View
  7. Goldstein C, Luke A. Encyclopedia of Behavioral Medicine. View
  8. Paus T. Cognition and Addiction. View
  9. Goldstein C, Luke A. Encyclopedia of Behavioral Medicine. View
  10. Paus T. The Cambridge Handbook of Cognitive Development. View
  11. Vitale M, Catone M, Primerano I, Giordano G. Handbook of Research on Advanced Research Methodologies for a Digital Society. View
  12. Giyahchi T, Singh S, Harris I, Pechmann C. Multimodal AI in Healthcare. View