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A Model of Crowd-Enabled Organization: Theory and Methods for Understanding the Role of Twitter in the Occupy Protests Agarwal,SheetalD.;Bennett,W.Lance;Johnson,CourtneyN.;Walker,Shawn 2014 view article
THREE PATTERNS OF POWER IN TECHNOLOGY-ENABLED CONTENTION Bennett,W.Lance;Segerberg,Alexandra 2014 view article
Masses, Crowds, Communities, Movements: Collective Action in the Internet Age Dolata,Ulrich;Schrape,Jan-Felix 2016 view article
DISCOURSES OF THE DIGITAL NATIVE Use, non-use, and perceptions of use in BBC Blast Thornham,Helen;McFarlane,Angela 2011 view article
Editorial overview-The interplay between digital and social networks Agarwal,Ritu;Gupta,Anil K.;Kraut,Robert 2008 view article
Feed me: motivating newcomer contribution in social network sites Burke,Moira;Marlow,Cameron;Lento,Thomas 2009 view article
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RECONCILING COMMUNITY AND COMMERCE? Collaboration between produsage communities and commercial operators Bruns, A. 2012 view article
New spatial media, new knowledge politics Elwood, S. and Leszczynski, A. 2013 view article
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