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Monday, July 11
 

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Tuesday, July 12
 

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Big Data Methods and Methodology: prospect for innovations or stuck in traditions? PSH (Professor Stuart Hall Building) - LG02 The Method to the Madness: The 2012 United States Presidential Election Twitter Corpus PSH (Professor Stuart Hall Building) - LG02 What can big data analysis approaches to social media tell us about the relationship between illicit drug use communities, public discourse and social change? PSH (Professor Stuart Hall Building) - LG02 Мapping and understanding affective publics on Twitter: Refugees and the Paris Attacks PSH (Professor Stuart Hall Building) - LG02 Exploring the Relationship Between a ‘Facebook Group’ and Face-to-Face Interactions in ‘Weak-Tie’ Residential Communities PSH (Professor Stuart Hall Building) - 305 Space vs. Place: Comparing Space-based Movements and Place-based Experiences at the Roskilde Festival 2015 PSH (Professor Stuart Hall Building) - 305 Using 3D social worlds to enhance participatory urban planning PSH (Professor Stuart Hall Building) - 305 [CANCELLED] How Twitter reveals Cities within Cities PSH (Professor Stuart Hall Building) - 305 Examining individual and collective factors affecting the adoption of social media by inter-institutional research teams PSH (Professor Stuart Hall Building) - 302 Scholars' Imagined Audiences and their Impact on Social Media Participation PSH (Professor Stuart Hall Building) - 302 Social Media in Academia: iSchools and their Faculty Members on Twitter PSH (Professor Stuart Hall Building) - 302 Social media usage in engineering student design teams: project perceptions from highly centralised students PSH (Professor Stuart Hall Building) - 302 Accuracy of User-Contributed Image Tagging in Flickr: A Natural Disaster Case Study PSH (Professor Stuart Hall Building) - LG01 Embedded Metadata and the Circulation of Images: Tracking, Storing and Stripping PSH (Professor Stuart Hall Building) - LG01 Everyday Socio-Political Talk in Twitter Timelines: A Longitudinal Approach to Social Media Analytics PSH (Professor Stuart Hall Building) - LG01 Temporalities of Personal Analytics: emerging patterns of engagement with temporal data about the self PSH (Professor Stuart Hall Building) - LG01 Defining Courage: Examining Social Media & Traditional Media Response to Caitlyn Jenner’s ESPY Award PSH (Professor Stuart Hall Building) - 326 Meaner on mobile: Incivility and impoliteness in communicating online PSH (Professor Stuart Hall Building) - 326 The Roles of Sensation Seeking and Gratifications Sought in Social Networking Apps Use and Attendant Sexual Behaviors PSH (Professor Stuart Hall Building) - 326 What role can digital technologies play as persuasive messages in preventing sexual violence against girls and women in public spaces (trains, metros, buses)? PSH (Professor Stuart Hall Building) - 326

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An Information Visualization System to Assist News Topics Exploration with Social Media PSH (Professor Stuart Hall Building) - LG02 Networked Media and Citizen Journalism in Tunisia. Insight from An European Project PSH (Professor Stuart Hall Building) - LG02 Redefining Propaganda in the Internet Age: Social Media Wars between ISIS and the US PSH (Professor Stuart Hall Building) - LG02 The affordance effect: Gatekeeping and (non)reciprocal journalism on Twitter PSH (Professor Stuart Hall Building) - LG02 Analysing found non-text social media data: Options and challenges PSH (Professor Stuart Hall Building) - 305 Hacking the mundane? A Pride-Turned-Protest on Instagram PSH (Professor Stuart Hall Building) - 305 Interrogating the reaction GIF: making meaning by repurposing repetition PSH (Professor Stuart Hall Building) - 305 When does the narwhal bacon? Internet memes as markers of online group identity PSH (Professor Stuart Hall Building) - 305 A comparative study of social media banking PSH (Professor Stuart Hall Building) - 302 An Space-Time Approach to Profile Places based upon Social Media Data PSH (Professor Stuart Hall Building) - 302 Exploring the Similarities of Influencers in Online Brand Communities PSH (Professor Stuart Hall Building) - 302 Social Network Marketing: A Segmentation Approach to Understanding Purchase Intention PSH (Professor Stuart Hall Building) - 302 (Re-)Appropriating Instagram for Social Research on Obesity PSH (Professor Stuart Hall Building) - 326 Feasibility Study of Social Media for Public Health Behaviour Changes PSH (Professor Stuart Hall Building) - 326 Older adults mobilize social support via digital networks: Initial findings from the fourth East York study PSH (Professor Stuart Hall Building) - 326 Quantifying Self-Reported Adverse Drug Events on Twitter: Signal and Topic Analysis PSH (Professor Stuart Hall Building) - 326 Digital humanitarians: creating and connecting ‘online crisis communities’ in the aftermath of a humanitarian disaster. PSH (Professor Stuart Hall Building) - LG01 Grieving in the 21st Century: Social media’s role in facilitating supportive exchanges following community- level traumatic events PSH (Professor Stuart Hall Building) - LG01 Tracing Networks of Influence: Digital Innovations in the Crisis Response to the 2015 Nepal Earthquakes PSH (Professor Stuart Hall Building) - LG01 Mapping Resistance in the Digital Public Sphere: Counter-Surveillance on Social Media PSH (Professor Stuart Hall Building) - LG01

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Wednesday, July 13
 

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Commercial Social Media and the Academic Library: A Critical Examination of the Impact on Patron Privacy PSH (Professor Stuart Hall Building) - LG02 Rethinking Social Media Information Disclosure: An Application of Users and Gratifications Theory PSH (Professor Stuart Hall Building) - LG02 Watching me watching you: How observational learning affect self-disclosure on SNS PSH (Professor Stuart Hall Building) - LG02 “What Is It And How Did It Get Here?” Factors Related To Advertising Place And The Use Of Personal Data Influencing User Acceptance Of Facebook Ads PSH (Professor Stuart Hall Building) - LG02 Differentiated Facebook use in the context of digital inequality PSH (Professor Stuart Hall Building) - LG01 Shut up and like it: the spiral of silence on Facebook. PSH (Professor Stuart Hall Building) - LG01 User-generated counter-hegemonic discourse in social media: The case of the Hong Kong Police Force Facebook page PSH (Professor Stuart Hall Building) - LG01 Yarn makes / strong ties PSH (Professor Stuart Hall Building) - LG01 Detecting Well-Established Trends about Political Affiliation and Affect in Facebook Microblogs PSH (Professor Stuart Hall Building) - 314 Everyday Nationhood on the Web: An Analysis of Discourses Surrounding Romanian and Bulgarian Migration to the UK Using Twitter Data PSH (Professor Stuart Hall Building) - 314 Social media as a source of information: an exploratory study of young Libyans’ perceptions of the impact of social media in Libya during the period 2011-2015 PSH (Professor Stuart Hall Building) - 314 Twitter Adoption in U.S. Legislatures: A Fifty-State Study PSH (Professor Stuart Hall Building) - 314

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Non-public eParticipation in social media spaces PSH (Professor Stuart Hall Building) - LG02 When status updates become evidence of gang involvement: The prosecutorial affordances of social media use in New York City courtrooms. PSH (Professor Stuart Hall Building) - LG02 [CANCELLED] What frustrates you? An empirical analysis of negative emotional consequences of social media use. PSH (Professor Stuart Hall Building) - LG02 “Not your personal army”: vigilantism as a rhetorical figure among citizens who solve crimes online PSH (Professor Stuart Hall Building) - LG02 Mobilizing Affective Political Networks: The Role of Affect in Calls for a National Inquiry to Murdered and Missing Indigenous Women during the 2015 Canadian Federal Election PSH (Professor Stuart Hall Building) - LG01 Movement Action Repertoires and Social Media – the Case of Migration Aid PSH (Professor Stuart Hall Building) - LG01 Networks of Outrage: Mapping the Emergence of New Extremism in Europe PSH (Professor Stuart Hall Building) - LG01 Problematizing the role of social media on Brazilian street protests since 2013 PSH (Professor Stuart Hall Building) - LG01 Audience Brokers and Content Discoverers in the Networked Public Sphere PSH (Professor Stuart Hall Building) - 314 Insiders or outsiders? The hidden network of sustaining online community PSH (Professor Stuart Hall Building) - 314 One Day in the Life of a National Twittersphere PSH (Professor Stuart Hall Building) - 314 Social Network Structure of Online Communities: Social Movement Activists, Professionals and Fans on VK.com SNS PSH (Professor Stuart Hall Building) - 314 Choice shaping in Social Media: An Evolutionary perspective PSH (Professor Stuart Hall Building) - 326 Click Here: 'Slacktivism' and the Question of Commitment PSH (Professor Stuart Hall Building) - 326 Identifying the Influencers who Flooded Twitter during the #ALSicebucketchallenge PSH (Professor Stuart Hall Building) - 326 Social Resources Affecting Participation of Social Media Users in Poland PSH (Professor Stuart Hall Building) - 326

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Applying Warranting Theory to Online Third Party Marketplaces: The Effects of Information Uniqueness and Product Type PSH (Professor Stuart Hall Building) - LG02 Corporate power, institutional resistance, and online exchanges PSH (Professor Stuart Hall Building) - LG02 The Retransmission of Rumor-related Tweets: Characteristics of Source and Message PSH (Professor Stuart Hall Building) - LG02 Which Post Will Impress the Most? Impression Formation Based on Visual and Textual Cues in Facebook Profiles PSH (Professor Stuart Hall Building) - LG02 Comparing Social Media Engagement Between Two Technology Disciplines PSH (Professor Stuart Hall Building) - LG01 Is Negative Word-of-Mouth Contagious? Exploring Negative Word-of-Mouth Dynamics in Social Media Networks. PSH (Professor Stuart Hall Building) - LG01 Modeling misclassifications in multilayer networks PSH (Professor Stuart Hall Building) - LG01 Public library SM hyperlinks: objects or object relations PSH (Professor Stuart Hall Building) - LG01 Athlete Self-Presentation on Social Media: The impact of gender and cultural norms PSH (Professor Stuart Hall Building) - 314 Is the gender gap in science mirrored in altmetrics? PSH (Professor Stuart Hall Building) - 314 “Relationships form so quickly that you won’t cherish them”: Mobile Dating Apps and the Culture of Instantaneous Relationships PSH (Professor Stuart Hall Building) - 314 A review of research on social media use in organizations PSH (Professor Stuart Hall Building) - 326 Crowdsourcing in Practice: the users view of micro tasking PSH (Professor Stuart Hall Building) - 326 Healthcare Workers Sharing Knowledge Online: Motivations and Consequences of Participating in a Virtual Community of Practice PSH (Professor Stuart Hall Building) - 326 Local Villages In A Globally Connected Structure – a Case Study of Social Enterprise Media in the Multinational Workplace PSH (Professor Stuart Hall Building) - 326

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