Title Authors PublicationYear
Substitute or stepping stone? Assessing the impact of low-threshold online collective actions on offline participation Schumann,Sandy;Klein,Olivier 2015 view article
Does Facebook increase political participation? Evidence from a field experiment Theocharis,Yannis;Lowe,Will 2016 view article
No more SMS from Jesus: ubicomp, religion and techno-spiritual practices Bell,Genevieve 2006 view article
Yesterday's tomorrows: notes on ubiquitous computing's dominant vision Bell,Genevieve;Dourish,Paul 2007 view article
Participations: Dialogues on the Participatory Promise of Contemporary Culture and Politics Part 4: Knowledge and Education Bird,S. Elizabeth;Couldry,Nick;Hepp,Andreas;Livingstone,Sonia;Losh,Elizabeth;Mittell,Jason;Neff,Gina;Slater,Don;Watkins,S. Craig 2014 view article
Using e-mail for personal relationships the difference gender makes Boneva,Bonka;Kraut,Robert;Frohlich,David 2001 view article
Introduction: The Internet in Everyday Life Haythornthwaite,Caroline 2001 view article
Social networks and Internet connectivity effects Haythornthwaite,Caroline 2005 view article
Social networks and learning networks: Using social network perspectives to understand social learning Haythornthwaite,Caroline;De Laat,Maarten 2010 view article
Self-esteem, interpersonal risk, and preference for e-mail to face-to-face communication Joinson,Adam N. 2004 view article