Tag Archive for ‘Social networks’
Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS-45) January 4-7, 2012 – Maui Papers due June 15, 2011 Additional information about the minitrack and papers presented in previous years may be found at the website of the social networking and communities minitrack. General information about the conference may be found at the HICSS primary website. Mini-Track [...]
This page gathers all the papers presented in the Social Networking and Communities minitrack in HICSS. This minitrack focuses primarily on social networks and their interrelations with communities, both online and offline, in the context work, learning, social and/or personal life.
One of the hottest topics currently under investigation is in the area of virality and campaigns, or the role of the Internet in political campaigns. Here are several articles from a conference titled “You Tube and the 2008 Election Cycle in the United States” – Bob Boynton Going Viral Kevin Wallsten “‘Yes We Can’: How [...]
Having Blaise Cronin, Dean of the School for Library and Information Science at Indiana University give a talk, was as usual an inspiring and intellectual experience. Did you ever wonder how the industry (in many cases but not always, a non-profit industry) of citations work? Who becomes a co-author on a masterpiece and who [...]