Published on in Vol 21, No 7 (2019): July

Mothers’ Perceptions of the Internet and Social Media as Sources of Parenting and Health Information: Qualitative Study

Mothers’ Perceptions of the Internet and Social Media as Sources of Parenting and Health Information: Qualitative Study

Mothers’ Perceptions of the Internet and Social Media as Sources of Parenting and Health Information: Qualitative Study

Journals

  1. Pluye P, El Sherif R, Gonzalez-Reyes A, Turcotte E, Schuster T, Bartlett G, Grad R, Granikov V, Barwick M, Doray G, Lagarde F, Loignon C. Outcomes of Equity-Oriented, Web-Based Parenting Information in Mothers of Low Socioeconomic Status Compared to Other Mothers: Participatory Mixed Methods Study. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2020;22(11):e22440 View
  2. Elkin L, Pullon S, Stubbe M. ‘Should I vaccinate my child?’ comparing the displayed stances of vaccine information retrieved from Google, Facebook and YouTube. Vaccine 2020;38(13):2771 View
  3. Moreno-Fernández M, Matute H. Biased Sampling and Causal Estimation of Health-Related Information: Laboratory-Based Experimental Research. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2020;22(7):e17502 View
  4. Ma R, Deng Z, Wu M. Effects of Health Information Dissemination on User Follows and Likes during COVID-19 Outbreak in China: Data and Content Analysis. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 2020;17(14):5081 View
  5. Pretorius K, Choi E, Kang S, Mackert M. Sudden Infant Death Syndrome on Facebook: Qualitative Descriptive Content Analysis to Guide Prevention Efforts. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2020;22(7):e18474 View
  6. Haycraft E, Witcomb G, Farrow C. The Child Feeding Guide: A digital health intervention for reducing controlling child feeding practices and maternal anxiety over time. Nutrition Bulletin 2020;45(4):474 View
  7. Holiday S, Densley R, Norman M. Influencer Marketing Between Mothers: The Impact of Disclosure and Visual Brand Promotion. Journal of Current Issues & Research in Advertising 2021;42(3):236 View
  8. Teng S, Khong K, Pahlevan Sharif S, Ahmed A. YouTube Video Comments on Healthy Eating: Descriptive and Predictive Analysis. JMIR Public Health and Surveillance 2020;6(4):e19618 View
  9. Xie J, He Z, Burnett G, Cheng Y. How do mothers exchange parenting-related information in online communities? A meta-synthesis. Computers in Human Behavior 2021;115:106631 View
  10. Yamashita A, Isumi A, Fujiwara T. Online Peer Support and Well-being of Mothers and Children: Systematic Scoping Review. Journal of Epidemiology 2022;32(2):61 View
  11. Yu J, June K, Park S, Woo M. Content Analysis of Mothers’ Questions Related to Parenting Young Children in Internet Parenting Community. Journal of The Korean Society of Maternal and Child Health 2020;24(4):234 View
  12. Qudah B, Thakur T, Chewning B. Factors influencing patient participation in medication counseling at the community pharmacy: A systematic review. Research in Social and Administrative Pharmacy 2021;17(11):1863 View
  13. Røed M, Medin A, Vik F, Hillesund E, Van Lippevelde W, Campbell K, Øverby N. Effect of a Parent-Focused eHealth Intervention on Children’s Fruit, Vegetable, and Discretionary Food Intake (Food4toddlers): Randomized Controlled Trial. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2021;23(2):e18311 View
  14. Syrovátková J, Pavlíček A. Development of the Activity of Parents of Young Children on Social Networks. Information 2021;12(3):102 View
  15. Fraser K, Markides B, Barrett N, Laws R. Fussy eating in toddlers: A content analysis of parents' online support seeking. Maternal & Child Nutrition 2021;17(3) View
  16. Thomas L, Talbot C, Briggs P. The Digital Lives of Student Mothers: A Consideration of Technologies That Support or Erode the Student/Parent Boundary. International Journal of Human-Computer Studies 2021;154:102689 View
  17. Yeung A, Kletecka-Pulker M, Eibensteiner F, Plunger P, Völkl-Kernstock S, Willschke H, Atanasov A. Implications of Twitter in Health-Related Research: A Landscape Analysis of the Scientific Literature. Frontiers in Public Health 2021;9 View
  18. Ersson M, Henström M, Almquist-Tangen G, Hesketh K, Delisle Nyström C. How to Support Child Healthcare Nurses in Sweden to Promote Healthy Lifestyle Behaviors from the Start of Life. Children 2021;8(8):696 View
  19. Vivion M, Malo B. Intensive mothering and informational habitus: Interplays in virtual communities. Family Relations 2023;72(2):406 View
  20. Bouchard K, Grigsby-Toussaint D, Fox K, Amin S, Vadiveloo M, Greaney M, Tovar A. Maternal Experiences with Discussing Complementary Feeding in Primary Care. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 2022;19(19):12061 View
  21. Vijayalakshmi A, Lin M. One‐click at a time: Empowering mothers for their adolescent children's educational expenditures through social media usage. International Journal of Consumer Studies 2023;47(3):1112 View
  22. Houlden S, Veletsianos G, Hodson J, Reid D, Thompson C. COVID-19 health misinformation: using design-based research to develop a theoretical framework for intervention. Health Education 2022;122(5):506 View
  23. Mohd Shukri N, Mohd Sobri N, Mohd Shukri S. The COVID-19 Infodemic Through Facebook: Comparison of Content and the Accuracy of Breastfeeding Information. Cureus 2022 View
  24. Ahmad N, Sutan R, Mohd Tamil A, Hajib N. The Invisible Struggles: A Qualitative Study in Understanding Mothers’ Perceptions and Experiences in Nurturing Small for Gestational Age Infants. Malaysian Journal of Medicine and Health Sciences 2022;18(6):173 View
  25. Park S, June K, Yu J. Analysis of parenting informational needs for mothers with infants and toddlers using text-mining. Children and Youth Services Review 2023;145:106768 View
  26. Luo X. Producing British education by Chinese parents: Fulfilling parenting responsibilities in WeChat. British Educational Research Journal 2022;48(3):556 View
  27. Ozturk T, Gumus H. YouTube as an information and education source for early orthodontic treatment. American Journal of Orthodontics and Dentofacial Orthopedics 2022;162(3):e123 View
  28. Shorey S, Law E, Mathews J, Lim S, Shi L, Chua J, Du R, Chan Y, Tan T, Chee C, Chong Y. Evaluating the Effectiveness of the Supportive Parenting App on Parental Outcomes: Randomized Controlled Trial. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2023;25:e41859 View
  29. Hall J, Hiebert B, Facca D, Donelle L. ‘Putting all my eggs into the app’: Self, relational and systemic surveillance of mothers’ use of digital technologies during the transition to parenting. DIGITAL HEALTH 2023;9:205520762211507 View
  30. Nayak M, Wills K, Teychenne M, Cleland V. Patterns and Predictors of Television Viewing and Computer Use Among Women Living in Socioeconomically Disadvantaged Neighborhoods: A Prospective Cohort Study. Journal of Physical Activity and Health 2021;18(12):1511 View
  31. Moon R, Carlin R, Hand I. Sleep-Related Infant Deaths: Updated 2022 Recommendations for Reducing Infant Deaths in the Sleep Environment. Pediatrics 2022;150(1) View
  32. Douville L, Rocheleau K, Normand A. L’UTILISATION D’INTERNET ET DES RÉSEAUX SOCIAUX COMME SOUTIEN AUX PRATIQUES PARENTALES : EXPÉRIENCE DES MÈRES D’ENFANTS D’ÂGE PRÉSCOLAIRE. Revue québécoise de psychologie 2021;42(3):115 View
  33. Lippold M, McDaniel B, Jensen T. Mindful Parenting and Parent Technology Use: Examining the Intersections and Outlining Future Research Directions. Social Sciences 2022;11(2):43 View
  34. Doğan P, Karakul A, Akgül E, Öztornaci B, Sarı H. Examen del uso de las redes sociales y la tecnología por parte de las madres en periodo de lactancia en una región de Turquía. Enfermería Clínica 2022;32(5):306 View
  35. Henström M, Duncanson K, Collins C, Ashton L, Davidson E, Ball R. Online reach and engagement of a child nutrition peer-education program (PICNIC): insights from social media and web analytics. BMC Public Health 2022;22(1) View
  36. Arshanapally S, Green K, Slaughter K, Muller R, Wheaton D. Use of a Paid Digital Marketing Campaign to Promote a Mobile Health App to Encourage Parent-Engaged Developmental Monitoring: Implementation Study. JMIR Pediatrics and Parenting 2022;5(2):e34425 View
  37. Restrepo N, Illari L, Leahy R, Sear R, Lupu Y, Johnson N. How Social Media Machinery Pulled Mainstream Parenting Communities Closer to Extremes and Their Misinformation During Covid-19. IEEE Access 2022;10:2330 View
  38. Lee B. Sharenting and Parenting Support Needs of Mothers Raising Children with Rare Diseases. Korean Journal of Child Studies 2022;43(2):153 View
  39. Tuntipuchitanon S, Kangwanthiti I, Jirakran K, Trairatvorakul P, Chonchaiya W. Online positive parenting programme for promoting parenting competencies and skills: randomised controlled trial. Scientific Reports 2022;12(1) View
  40. Munyan K, Kennedy E. Perceptions of online informational social support among mothers in a lactation-focused virtual community: A survey study. Women's Health 2022;18:174550572211250 View
  41. Raval V. Toward a Decolonial Parenting Science Through Centering Majority World Parenting: A Commentary on “Parenting Culture(s): Ideal-Parent Beliefs Across 37 Countries”. Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology 2023;54(1):30 View
  42. Frey E, Bonfiglioli C, Brunner M, Frawley J. Parents’ Use of Social Media as a Health Information Source for Their Children: A Scoping Review. Academic Pediatrics 2022;22(4):526 View
  43. Chand V, Mohammadnezhad M. Perception of mothers about Acute Respiratory Infections (ARIs) and risk factors affecting children Under 5 Years (U5Ys) in Fiji. Journal of Pediatric Nursing 2022;65:44 View
  44. Kilcoyne S, Rogers C, Thomas G, Wall S, Johnson D. Craniofacial Surgery-Related Hashtag Utilisation on Instagram. Journal of Craniofacial Surgery 2021;32(6):2035 View
  45. Lee H, Smith C. A comparative mixed methods study on health information seeking among US‐born/US‐dwelling, Korean‐born/US‐dwelling, and Korean‐born/Korean‐dwelling mothers. Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology 2022;73(7):929 View
  46. Lee J, Lee E. What topics are women interested in during pregnancy: exploring the role of social media as informational and emotional support. BMC Pregnancy and Childbirth 2022;22(1) View
  47. Beuckels E, De Jans S. ‘My Mom Got Influenced by Yours’: The persuasiveness of mom influencers in relation to mothers' food assessments and decisions. Appetite 2022;178:106269 View
  48. Chae S, Yeo J, Chung N. A qualitative study of the sleep ecology of infants under 2 years old and their mothers in South Korea. Sleep Health 2022;8(1):101 View
  49. Shorey S, Tan T, Thilagamangai , Mathews J, Lim S, Shi L, Chua J, Chan Y, Law E, Chee C, Chong Y. Perinatal support for couples during COVID‐19: A descriptive qualitative study. Journal of Clinical Nursing 2023;32(13-14):3528 View
  50. Ben-Sasson A, Jacobs K, Ben-Sasson E, Joshi R. The feasibility of a crowd-based early developmental milestone tracking application. PLOS ONE 2022;17(5):e0268548 View
  51. Daigle Millan K, Poccia S, Fung T. Information seeking behaviors, attitudes, and beliefs about pregnancy-related nutrition and supplementation: A qualitative study among US women. Nutrition and Health 2022;28(4):563 View
  52. Patel C, Walasek L, Karasouli E, Meyer C. Content and Validity of Claims Made about Food Parenting Practices in United Kingdom Online News Articles. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 2022;19(9):5053 View
  53. KARAKUL A, DOĞAN P. 6-24 Ay Bebeği Olan Annelerin Ek Besin Tercihlerinde Sosyal Medya Kullanma Durumları ve Etkileyen Faktörlerin Belirlenmesi. Gümüşhane Üniversitesi Sağlık Bilimleri Dergisi 2021;10(4):902 View
  54. Doğan P, Karakul A, Akgül E, Öztornaci B, Sarı H. Examen del uso de las redes sociales y la tecnología por parte de las madres en periodo de lactancia en una región de Turquía. Enfermería Clínica (English Edition) 2022;32(5):306 View
  55. Law K, Jackson B, Tan X, Teague S, Krause A, Putter K, Du’cane M, Gibson L, Bulles K, Barkin J, Dimmock J. Strengthening Peer Mentoring Relationships for New Mothers: A Qualitative Analysis. Journal of Clinical Medicine 2022;11(20):6009 View
  56. Coyne S, Shawcroft J, Gale M, Reich S, Linder L, McDaniel B, Stockdale L, Booth M. Digital distraction or accessible aid? Parental media use during feedings and parent-infant attachment, dysfunction, and relationship quality. Computers in Human Behavior 2022;127:107051 View
  57. Supthanasup A, Banwell C, Kelly M. Facebook Feeds and Child Feeding: A Qualitative Study of Thai Mothers in Online Child Feeding Support Groups. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 2022;19(10):5882 View
  58. Soroya S, Nazir M, Faiola A. Impact of health-related internet use on disease management behavior of chronic patients: Mediating role of perceived credibility of online information. Information Development 2022:026666692211446 View
  59. Llavona-Ortiz J, Spanos K, Kraschnewski J, D’Souza G, Myrick J, Sznajder K, Calo W. Associations Between Human Papillomavirus Vaccine Decisions and Exposure to Vaccine Information in Social Media. Cancer Control 2022;29:107327482211384 View
  60. Zhang L, Li D, Boncella R. Research on influencing factors of information diffusion in online social networks under different themes. The Electronic Library 2021;39(5):732 View
  61. Wegener C, Jage-D’Aprile F, Plumeier L. Motherhood in social media: phenomena and consequences of the professionalization of mothers and their media (self-)representation. Feminist Media Studies 2023;23(7):3222 View
  62. Illari L, Restrepo N, Johnson N. Losing the battle over best-science guidance early in a crisis: COVID-19 and beyond. Science Advances 2022;8(39) View
  63. Menon M, Huber R, West D, Scott S, Russell R, Berns S. Community-based approaches to infant safe sleep and breastfeeding promotion: a qualitative study. BMC Public Health 2023;23(1) View
  64. Novianti R, Mahdum , Suarman , Elmustian , Firdaus , Hadriana , Sumarno , Rusandi M, Situmorang D. Internet-based parenting intervention: A systematic review. Heliyon 2023;9(3):e14671 View
  65. Lee M, Chung H, Kim J. Analysis of online parenting community posts on expanded newborn screening for metabolic disorders using topic modeling: a quantitative content analysis. Korean Journal of Women Health Nursing 2023;29(1):20 View
  66. Baker A, Brassard M, Rosenzweig J, Kagan J, Stormer B, Adkins K. Do online parenting blogs discourage psychological maltreatment and corporal punishment?. Journal of Public Child Welfare 2024;18(2):338 View
  67. Mancini V, Takeda R, Nagar A, Robison B. “Connection, community and convenience”: A case study of a Facebook group for fathers navigating parenthood. Health Promotion Journal of Australia 2023;34(4):702 View
  68. Carson M, Moore M, Cicalese O, Dunnewald M, Varker A, Mindell J, Williamson A. Variation in Twitter posts referencing pediatric sleep aids. Sleep Health 2023;9(4):451 View
  69. Glatz T, Lippold M. Is more information always better? Associations among parents’ online information searching, information overload, and self-efficacy. International Journal of Behavioral Development 2023;47(5):444 View
  70. Dlamini P, Mbatha B. Websites as Pioneers for Covid-19 Information Dissemination in Higher Education: The Case of Tertiary Institutions in KwaZulu-Natal. Commonwealth Youth and Development 2023;20(2) View
  71. Frey E, Bonfiglioli C, Frawley J. Parents’ Use of Social Media for Health Information Before and After a Consultation With Health Care Professionals: Australian Cross-Sectional Study. JMIR Pediatrics and Parenting 2023;6:e48012 View
  72. Knauf H, Schramme A. #mamanblogeuse and #mamablogger_de. A cross-country comparison on the concept of mothers and motherhood on Instagram. Popular Communication 2023;21(3-4):232 View
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  74. Haley C, Gross T, Story C, McElderry C, Stone K. Social Media Usage as a Form of Breastfeeding Support Among Black Mothers: A Scoping Review of the Literature. Journal of Midwifery & Women's Health 2023;68(4):442 View
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Books/Policy Documents

  1. Salm Ward T, Moon R. Infant Safe Sleep. View
  2. Suryadevara M. Vaccines. View
  3. Puura K, Latva R. WAIMH Handbook of Infant and Early Childhood Mental Health. View