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Saturday, September 27 • 17:10 - 19:00
Poster Session & Reception

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Poster Chair: Philip Mai

Accepted Posters
  • Alexandra Makos and Jim Hewitt. The Like Button: What a Head-Nod Looks Like in Online Collaborative Discussions
  • Alexandre Fortier and Jacquie Burkell. Negotiating privacy on Facebook: Three subjective positions
  • Alexandre Sevigny and David Scholz. Social Media Reality Check 3.0
  • Amanda Oldring. Tweet the Alarm: What Tsunami Early Warning Networks Tell Us about Reaching ‘Last-Mile’ Populations
  • Amy Ohta. From helpless to empowered: Online support groups and the construction of caregiver identities in Japanese and English-language social media
  • Ana Rita Morais. Instanews: Photojournalism in the Instagram Era
  • Asta Zelenkauskaite. Social media and breaking news coverage. Platform-specific practices: Twitter vs. Facebook
  • Ataharul Chowdhury and Helen Hambly Odame. Stakeholder’s Conversations through Social Media. Implications for Agriculture and Rural Development Innovations
  • Chandana Unnithan and Indu Nair. Linking Civic Sentiment to Actuality – A Meta Aspect based Sentiment Analysis of Indian Elections
  • Christian Rapp, Yasemin Gulbahar and Jennifer Erlemann. Social Media for Education—A Toolkit for Supporting Instructors in Higher Education Enriching Their Teaching with Social Media.
  • Christine Moser and Peter Groenewegen. An organizational field in the (b)making: Institutional structuration in the emerging cake decorating field
  • Daiji Hario and Kenji Yoshimi. Research on an implementation of the social media marketing strategy of food & drink companies in Japan
  • Denel Rehberg Sedo, Danielle Fuller, Tim Hodson, Sara Beadle and Abigail Campbell. Reading Lives: Exploring-Connecting-Sharing
  • Elham Alghamdi, Derek Reilly and Sandra Toze. Social Media Based Businesses in Saudi Arabia
  • Elodie Crespel. Sharing online videos for deeper interaction among friends
  • Emad Khazraee and Azade Sanjari. Most Influential or Most Vociferous: Analysis of political discussion during Iran Presidential Election 2013
  • Eman Alyami and Stan Matwin. Characterization of Social Media Use in the Middle East
  • Emily Dolan and Brenda Wrigley. Supportive Communication on Facebook Among Women
  • Emily Dolan, Jessica Covert and Allison Shaw. The Effects of Facebook Use on Physical Self-Concept Strength
  • Gashaw Abeza, Norm O’Reilly and Mark Dittori. The Use of Social Media in Meeting Relationship Marketing Goals: The Case of Sporting Event Organizations
  • Gavin Adamson. What we read and share about mental health news
  • Guang Ying Mo and Barry Wellman. Evaluating Communication Means in Multidisciplinary Research Networks
  • Hoda Hamouda. Eyewitness
  • Innocent Awasom. Using Social Media to Teach Information Literacy in select African universities
  • Jacky Au Duong and Frauke Zeller. #JustDoIt: Brand-to-Consumer Interaction via Twitter
  • Jaigris Hodson and Gilbert Wilkes. Content Aggregation and Curation as a Means to Separate Signal from Noise in Large Social Datasets
  • Jessica Thom and Jacquelyn Burkell. The Effects of Online Commenting on the Perception of News Stories
  • Julian Brais, Tarek El Fedawy, Kazem Kutob and Michael Grüninger. Select Your Hashtags Scientifically: A Framework to Optimize Tweet Hashtag Portfolios in Twitter
  • Kalpana Ghimire Bastakoti and Conny Davidsen. Spatio-Temporal Visualization of Twitter Communication on REDD+
  • L.Y.C. Wong. Information Diffusion on Social Media: Why People Share and ‘Re-share’ Online
  • Linnea Laestadius and Hui Xie. Blurring the Lines Between Consumers and Producers: A Case Study of a KFC Marketing Campaign Promoting User-Generated Content
  • Márcio Carneiro Santos. Talking to an API – A study of news values on the Twitter platform.
  • Mary Jane Kwok Choon. Temporary disconnection and addiction to social network sites : an analysis of the use and non-use of Facebook by young adults
  • Mohammad Alotaibi. Twitter, diwaniya: Who influences whom?
  • Naureen Nizam, Carolyn Watters and Anatoliy Gruzd. Navigating Websites the Social Way: An evaluation of a Social Media Panel Prototype
  • Nazanin Andalibi. Exploring Online Public Interactions Surrounding Mental Health: The Case of The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline’s Facebook Page
  • Paul Nixon, Rajash Rawal and Andreas Funk. Devolving Discourse: Social Media and Independence
  • Peter Timusk and Matthew McLennan. The individual, privacy and the Internet
  • Pooya Moradian Zadeh and Ziad Kobti. A Study on Social Influence level of Layers in Multi-layer Online Social Networks
  • Raywat Deonandan. Attitudes Regarding Physicians’ Accessibility Via Social Media
  • Regina Collins, S. Roxanne Hiltz and Fadi P. Deek. Exploring Pearltrees: A Social Media System Supporting Knowledge Management for e-Learning
  • Richard Naples. The GIF that keeps on giving: GIF animation as an audience development strategy for legacy library collections
  • Ryan Price. #HamOnt — Twitter, Civic Engagement, and Community in the City of Hamilton
  • Shadi Ghajar and Mark Chignell. The Role of Social Influence in Users’ Online Choices
  • Shelley Guyton. Bayan Bloggers: Negotiating National Identity through Social Media
  • Sylvia Peacock. We Are the Data! Big Data and User Agency
  • Vivian Howard and Alyssa Harder “Cohesive community: Social media and One Book Nova Scotia
  • Yimin Chen, Niall Conroy and Victoria Rubin. Fact of Fiction? Detecting Digital Deception or Deliberate Misinformation in News Stories
  • Yukari Seko and Stephen Lewis. Triggering or Engaging? A Quantitative Content Analysis of Comments to Flickr Photographs of Non-Suicidal Self-Injury
 

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Philip Mai

Director, Business & Communications, Social Media Lab at Ted Rogers School of Management, Ryerson University
I am the Director of Business and Communications at the Social Media Lab at Ted Rogers School of Management and the Manager of Academic Communications at Ryerson University in Toronto, Canada. I am a co-founder of the International Conference on Social Media & Society and a co-organizer of the... Read More →

Saturday September 27, 2014 17:10 - 19:00
TRS 1-148 Ted Rogers School of Management

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