ISSN 1369-118X (Print); ISSN 1468-4462 (Online)
Publisher: Routledge, part of the Taylor & Francis Group
‘Show me the money and the party!’ – variation in Facebook and Twitter adoption by politicians
Quinlan, Stephen; Gummer, Tobias; Roßmann, Joss; Wolf, Christof
Rape: is there an app for that? An empirical analysis of the features of anti-rape apps
Bivens, Rena; Hasinoff, Amy Adele
What causes more mistrust: profile owners deleting user-generated content or website contributors masking their identities?
DeAndrea, David C.; Tong, Stephanie Tom; Lim, Young-shin
‘Social media logic’ meets professional norms: Twitter hashtags usage by journalists and politicians
Enli, Gunn; Simonsen, Chris-Adrian
The Black catalyst to tweet: the role of discrimination experience, group identification, and racial agency in Black Americans’ instrumental use of Twitter
Lee-Won, Roselyn J.; White, Tiffany N.; Potocki, Bridget
#Boycottautismspeaks: communicating a counternarrative through cyberactivism and connective action
Parsloe, Sarah M.; Holton, Avery E.
Beyond policy agenda-setting: political actors’ and journalists’ perceptions of news media influence across all stages of the political process
Too much information? Predictors of information overload in the context of online news exposure
Schmitt, Josephine B.; Debbelt, Christina A.; Schneider, Frank M.
Strategies and cues adolescents use to assess the age of an online stranger
Groenestein, Ellen; Baas, Niels; van Deursen, Alexander J. A. M.; de Jong, Menno D. T.