Twitter 63 publications en anglais


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  1. Böhringer, Martin et Richter, Alexander.
    Adopting Social Software to the Intranet: A Case Study on Enterprise Microblogging.Proceedings of the 9th Mensch & Computer Conference. (pp. 293-302). BerlinSeptember 6-9(conference paper)
  2. Barnes, Stuart J. et Böhringer, Martin.
    Continuance Usage Intention in Microblogging Services: The Case of Twitter (Konferenzbeitrag).
    Proceedings of the 17th European Conference on Information Systems (ECIS).
    Verona, ItalyJune 8-10(conference paper)

  3. Barnes, Stuart J., Böhringer, Martin, Kurze, Christian, et Stietzel, Jacqueline.
    Towards an understanding of social software: the case of Arinia.
    Proceedings of HICSS-43.
    Kauai, HIJanuary 5-8(conference paper)

  4. boyd, danah, Golder, Scott, et Lotan, Gilad.
    Tweet Tweet Retweet: Conversational Aspects of Retweeting on Twitter.Proceedings of HICSS-43. Kauai, HIJanuary 5-8(conference paper)

  5. Cheong, Mark et Lee, Vincent.
    Integrating web-based intelligence retrieval and decision-making from the twitter trends knowledge base.Proceeding of the 2nd ACM workshop on Social web search and mining(pp. 1-8). (conference paper)

  6. Crawford, Kate.
    These Foolish Things: On Intimacy and Insignificance in Mobile Media.In Goggin, Gerard and Hjorth, Larissa(Eds.), Mobile Technologies: From Telecommunications to Media. (book chapter)

  7. Crawford, Kate.
    Following you: Disciplines of listening in social media.Journal of Media & Culture Studies,23 (4),525-535. (journal article)

  8. Du, Hongly, Rosson, Mary Beth, Carroll, John M., et Ganoe, Craig.
    I felt like a contributing member of the class: increasing class participation with classcommons.Proceedings of the ACM 2009 international conference on Supporting group work(pp. 232-242). (conference paper)

  9. Dunlap, J.C. et Lowenthal, P.R..
    Tweeting the Night Away: Using Twitter to Enhance Social Presence.Journal of Information Systems Education,20 (2). (journal article)

  10. Ebner, Martin et Schiefner, Mandy.
    Microblogging – more than fun?.In ArnedilloSánchez, Inmaculada and Isaías, Pedro(Eds.), Proceedings of IADIS Mobile Learning Conference 2008(pp. 155 – 159). Algarve, Portugal. (conference paper)

  11. Ehrlich, K. et Shami, N.S..
    Microblogging inside and outside the workplace.In Proceedings of the 4th International AAAI Conference on Weblogs and Social Media. (ICWSM 2010), AAAI Publications.. (conference paper)

  12. Gilpin, Dawn R..
    Working the Twittersphere: How Public Relations Practitioners Use Microblogging for Professional Identity Construction.In Papacharissi, Zizi(Eds.), The Networked Self. (book chapter)

  13. Haewoon, Kwak, Changhyun, Lee, Park, Hosung, et Moon, Sue.
    What is Twitter, a Social Network or a News Media?.19th International World Wide Web (WWW) Conference. Raleigh, North CarolinaApril.

  14. Herwig, Jana.
    Liminality and Communitas in Social Media: The Case of Twitter.Internet: Critical. Internet Research 10.0. MilwaukeeOctober 7-10(conference paper)

  15. Honeycutt, C. et Herring, Susan C..
    Beyond microblogging: Conversation and collaboration via Twitter.Proceedings of the Forty-Second Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences. Los Alamitos, CAIEEE Press(conference paper)

  16. Hughes, Amanda lee et Palen, Leysia.
    Twitter Adoption and Use in Mass Convergence and Emergency Events.Proceedings of the 2009 ISCRAM Conference. (conference paper)

  17. Owens, Justin W., Lenz, Kelsi, et Speagle, Stephanie.

    Trick or Tweet: How Usable is Twitter for First-Time Users?.
    The source of this article is Usability News, a Wichita State University newsletter produced by their Software Usability Research Laboratory (SURL). While the study is smale in scale, the research methodology appears sound.. (misc)

  18. Kim, Dongwoo, Jo, Yohan, Moon, Il-Chul, et Oh, Alice.
    Analysis of Twitter Lists as a Potential Source for Discovering Latent Characteristics of Users.Workshop on Microblogging at the ACM Conference on Human Factors in Computer Systems. (CHI 2010). (conference paper)

  19. Krishnamurthy, Balachander, Gill, Phillipa, et Arlitt, Martin.
    A few chirps about Twitter.Proceedings of the first workshop on Online social networks(pp. 19-24). (conference paper)

  20. Kwak, Haewoon, Lee, Changhyun, Park, Hosung, et Moon, Sue.
    What is Twitter, a Social Network or a News Media?.The 19th World-Wide Web (WWW) Conference. Raleigh, North Carolina(conference paper)

  21. Lerman, K. et Ghosh, R..
    Information contagion: an empirical study of the spread of news on digg and twitter social networks.In Proceedings of 4th International Conference on Weblogs and Social Media (ICWSM). (conference paper)

  22. Letierce, Julie, Passant, Alexandre, Breslin, John, et Decker, Stefan.
    Understanding how Twitter is used to widely spread Scientific Messages.In Proceedings of the WebSci10: Extending the Frontiers of Society On-Line.(conference paper)

  23. Makice, Kevin.
    Phatics and the design of community.Proceedings of the 27th international conference extended abstracts on Human factors in computing systems(pp. 3133-3136). (conference paper)

  24. Marwick, Alice et boyd, danah.
    I Tweet Honestly, I Tweet Passionately: Twitter Users, Context Collapse, and the Imagined Audience.New Media and Society. (journal article)

  25. Marwick, Alice et boyd, danah.
    To See and Be Seen: Celebrity Practice on Twitter.Convergence. (journal article)

  26. McNely, B..
    Backchannel persistence and collaborative meaning-making.Proceedings of the 27th ACM International Conference on Design of Communication(pp. 297-303). Bloomington, IN. Oct. 5-7ACM(conference paper)

  27. Miller, Vincent.
    New Media, Networking, and Phatic Culture.Convergence,14(4),387 – 400. (journal article)

  28. Mishaud, Edward.
    Twitter: Expressions of the Whole Self.Department of Media and Communications. (mastersthesis)

  29. Naaman, Mor, Boase, Jeffery, et Lai, Chih-Hui.
    Is it Really About Me? Message Content in Social Awareness Streams.Proceedings of CSCW-2010. Savannah GeorgiaFebruary 6-10(conference paper)

  30. Oulasvirta, Antti, Lehtonen, Esko, Kurvinen, Esko, et Raento, Mika.
    Making the ordinary visible in microblogs.Personal and Ubiquitous Computing. Online first. Special issue on Social Interaction and Mundane Technologies(journal article)

  31. Passant, Alexandre, Hastrup, Tuukka, Bojars, Uldis, et Breslin, John.
    Microblogging: A Semantic Web and Distributed Approach.Proceedings of the the 4th Workshop Scripting For the Semantic Web (SFSW2008) co-located with ESWC2008. (conference paper)

  32. Stankovic, M., Passant, A, et Laublet, P..
    Directing Status Messages to their Audiences in Online Communities.Pre-proceedings of Coordination, Organization, Institutions and Norms Workshop. Torino, ItalySeptember 7-11(conference paper)

  33. Stankovic, Milan, Passant, Alexandre, et Laublet, Philippe.
    Status Messages for the Right Audience with an Ontology-Based Approach.The First International Workshop On Collaborative Social Networks – CollaborateSN. Washington, D.C..  November 11th.(conference paper)

  34. Starbird, Kate, Palen, Leysia, Hughes, Amanda, et Vieweg, Sarah.
    Chatter on The Red: What Hazards Threat Reveals about the Social Life of Microblogged Information.Proceedings of the ACM 2010 Conference on Computer Supported Cooperative Work. (CSCW 2010)(conference paper)

  35. Stieger, S. et Burger, C..
    Let’s go formative: Continuous student ratings with Web 2.0 application Twitter.CyberPsychology & Behavior. (journal article)

  36. Sutton, J., Palen, Leysia, et Shlovski, Irina.
    Back-Channels on the Front Lines: Emerging Use of Social Media in the 2007 Southern California Wildfires.Proceedings of the 2008 ISCRAM Conference. Washington, D.C.(journal article)

  37. Wagner, Claudia et Strohmaier, Markus.
    The Wisdom in Tweetonomies: Acquiring Latent Conceptual Structures.Semantic Search Workshop at WWW2010. (conference paper)

  38. Yardi, Sarita et boyd, danah.
    Dynamic Debates: An Analysis of Group Polarization over Time on Twitter.Bulletin of Science, Technology and Society. (journal article)

  39. Yardi, Sarita et boyd, danah.
    Tweeting from the Town Square: Measuring Geographic Local Networks.Proceedings of the International Conference on Weblogs and Social Media. Washington, DC(conference paper)

  40. Zhao, Dejin et Rosson, Mary Beth.
    How and why people Twitter: the role that micro-blogging plays in informal communication at work. (conference paper)


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