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#1Christian Meske (FU: Free University of Berlin)H-Index: 7
#2Tobias Kissmer (University of Duisburg-Essen)H-Index: 1
Last.Stefan Stieglitz (University of Duisburg-Essen)H-Index: 19
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Abstract Formal hierarchies are vital for organizations. However, in the workplace they can also act as invisible barriers for the interaction between individuals from different hierarchical levels, thus impeding the exchange of information and knowledge. This effect is particularly assumed to be true for country cultures with high power distance characteristics. Based on a Skype for Business dataset with over 22,000 users and over 8 million conversations from six countries, we test the potentia...
Abstract Uncertainty in political, religious, and social issues causes extremism among people that are depicted by their sentiments on social media. Although, English is the most common language used to share views on social media, however, other vicinity based languages are also used by locals. Thus, it is also required to incorporate the views in such languages along with widely used languages for revealing better insights from data. This research focuses on the sentimental analysis of social ...
#1Youngsun Kwak (IIT: Inha University)
#2Seyoung Lee (SKKU: Sungkyunkwan University)H-Index: 1
Last.Arun Vishwanath (Harvard University)H-Index: 1
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Abstract Cyber security training programs encourage users to report suspicious spear phishing emails, and most antiphishing software provide interfaces to assist in the reporting. Evidence, however, suggests that reporting is scarce. This research examined why this is the case. To this end, Social Cognitive Theory (SCT) was used to examine the influence of the triadic factors of perceived self-efficacy toward antiphishing behaviors, expected negative outcomes from reporting spear phishing emails...
Abstract Privacy literature in recent years has emphasized the role of context and situation in individuals' privacy regulation. While most research is focused on understanding situational effects on self-disclosure, the role of situational factors in users’ decision to consent for third-party access to information, a common practice with significant privacy implications, has been barely investigated. The current study bridges this gap by adopting the framework of situational privacy to examine ...
Abstract Teaching-learning models supported by technology have evolved since the emergence of personal computers until the present day, where m-learning has been incorporated thanks to mobile technology. In this context, some works have proposed mobile learning systems (MLS). One of the main requirements of this kind of systems in terms of software quality is the usability. Therefore, the analysis and evaluation of the usability of MLS are especially relevant; however, few works have addressed t...
#2Anna J. D. (Nadia) Bij de Vaate (VU: VU University Amsterdam)H-Index: 2
Last.Elly A. Konijn (VU: VU University Amsterdam)H-Index: 23
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Abstract Sophistication of media technologies offer increasing possibilities for selective self-presentation online. However, how self-presentation affects well-being and body image is unclear. This systematic review aimed to map to what extent and under which circumstances types of self-presentation, versus lurking, support or hamper individuals’ well-being and body image. Seven scientific databases were searched, comprising 55 relevant studies in 52 publications out of 975 publications. Result...
#1Hana Kopackova (UPA: University of Pardubice)H-Index: 4
#2Jitka Komarkova (UPA: University of Pardubice)H-Index: 6
Abstract This article deals with the process of prioritization of requirements on one selected participatory technology, which is citizen reporting on issues of public infrastructure (CRIsPI). Reporting is the activity that expresses the interest of citizens about the place they live. Traditionally, older citizens are more active in this activity, but modern technologies have the potential to motivate also young people to become active participants in public issues. There are two objectives of t...
#1Kyuho Maeng (Yonsei University)
Last.Jungwoo Shin (Kyung Hee University)
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Abstract Unlike previous mobile communications technologies that centered on service subscribers, 5G mobile communication (5G) is expected to converge with various industry fields such as transportation, manufacturing, and construction, thereby stimulating innovation and generating significant ripple effects. At a time when 5G commercialization is incipient, it is necessary to understand mobile communication service users who are likely to be important initial users for the creation and diffusio...
#1Sijing Chen (WHU: Wuhan University)
#2Jin Mao (WHU: Wuhan University)H-Index: 4
Last.Yujie Cao (WHU: Wuhan University)H-Index: 1
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Abstract Social media has been widely used for emergency communication both in disaster-affected areas and unaffected areas. Comparing emotional reaction and information propagation between on-site users and off-site users from a spatiotemporal perspective can help better comprehend collective human behavior during natural disasters. In this study, we investigate sentiment and retweet patterns of disaster-affected areas and disaster-unaffected areas at different stages of Hurricane Harvey. The r...
#1Fei Shen (CityU: City University of Hong Kong)H-Index: 10
#2Chuanli Xia (HKU: University of Hong Kong)
Last.Marko M. Skoric (CityU: City University of Hong Kong)H-Index: 15
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Abstract During the recent wave of pro-democracy movement across the world, new media technologies play a vital role in mobilizing participants. Much scholarly attention has been paid to the role of social media in empowering grassroots movements, but the rise of alternative media was somehow ignored. This study examines the impacts of social media and alternative media on social movement participation. The data came from a survey of 769 students from eight public universities in Hong Kong at th...
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