Social media Research Topics

Research Area/ Research Interest: Social media

Research Paper Topics for Masters and Ph.D. Thesis and publication

  1. Social media and luxury: A systematic literature review
  2.  Social media use and its impact on adolescent mental health: An umbrella review of the evidence
  3. Consumer engagement in social media brand communities: A literature review
  4. Social media and inspiring physical activity during COVID-19 and beyond
  5. Search engine marketing and social media marketing predictive trends
  6. Social media browsing and adolescent well-being: Challenging the “Passive Social Media Use Hypothesis”
  7. Social media and political agenda setting
  8.  Exploring the boundaries of open innovation: Evidence from social media mining
  9. Parental control of the time preadolescents spend on social media: Links with preadolescents’ social media appearance comparisons and mental health
  10.  Work-related social media use: The mediating role of social media communication self-efficacy
  11.  Social Media Manager
  12. The impact of social media influencers on travel decisions: The role of trust in consumer decision journey
  13. Do brands’ social media marketing activities matter? A moderation analysis
  14. Social media networks, fake news, and polarization
  15. What drives CSR communication effectiveness on social media? A process-based theoretical framework and research agenda
  16. Conflicting attitudes: Analyzing social media data to understand the early discourse on COVID-19 passports
  17. The associations of active and passive social media use with well-being: A critical scoping review
  18. Effectiveness of travel social media influencers: a case of eco-friendly hotels
  19. A meta-analysis of the problematic social media use and mental health
  20. Witnessing Eva Stories: Media witnessing and self-inscription in social media memory
  21.  Impact of social media advertisements on the transmission dynamics of COVID-19 pandemic in India
  22. Social media marketing activities and brand loyalty: A meta-analysis examination
  23. An introduction and guide to becoming a social media savvy nephrologist
  24.  Adverse consequences of emotional support seeking through social network sites in coping with stress from a global pandemic
  25.  Preserving integrity in online social networks
  26.  Student perception of cyberbullying in social media
  27. Inside sales social media use and its strategic implications for salesperson-customer digital engagement and performance
  28. ‘What lies behind the filter?’Uncovering the motivations for using augmented reality (AR) face filters on social media and their effect on well-being
  29. Social hierarchies and social networks in humans
  30.  Applying dynamic systems to social media by using controlling stability
  31. Impacts of influencer attributes on purchase intentions in social media influencer marketing: Mediating roles of characterizations
  32. Are social media good or bad for employees? It depends on when they use them
  33. Black trolls matter: Racial and ideological asymmetries in social media disinformation
  34. Enhancing the role of flow experience in social media usage and its impact on shopping
  35. Incel activity on social media linked to local mating ecology
  36. Spiral of silence in the social media era: A simulation approach to the interplay between social networks and mass media
  37. Passive social media use and psychological well-being during the COVID-19 pandemic: The role of social comparison and emotion regulation
  38. Social media study of public opinions on potential COVID-19 vaccines: informing dissent, disparities, and dissemination
  39. JUE Insight: The geographic spread of COVID-19 correlates with the structure of social networks as measured by Facebook
  40. The influences of information overload and social overload on intention to switch in social media
  41. Digital unionism as a renewal strategy? Social media use by trade union confederations
  42. Causal inference for social network data
  43. Participatory branding on social media: The affordances of live streaming for creative labor
  44. Examining the associations between COVID-19-related psychological distress, social media addiction, COVID-19-related burnout, and depression among school …
  45.  User-Generated Content behavior and digital tourism services: A SEM-neural network model for information trust in social networking sites
  46. Social networking sites and researcher’s success
  47. Influence of social media on parents’ attitudes towards vaccine administration
  48. Idiographic network models of social media use and depression symptoms
  49. Social media influencers and followers: Theorization of a trans-parasocial relation and explication of its implications for influencer advertising
  50. Social networks and mental health change in older adults after the Covid-19 outbreak
  51. Promoting business model innovation through social media strategic capability: A moderated mediation model
  52. Social media and distraction: An experience sampling study among adolescents
  53. Data set creation and empirical analysis for detecting signs of depression from social media postings
  54. Evaluating security and privacy issues of social networks based information systems in Industry 4.0
  55. Credibility perceptions and detection accuracy of fake news headlines on social media: Effects of truth-bias and endorsement cues
  56.  Populist ideas on social media: A dictionary-based measurement of populist communication
  57. Offensive language detection on social media based on text classification
  58. The role of motivational factors for determining attitude towards eWOM in social media context
  59. How social media analytics can inform content strategies
  60. Incidental news exposure via social media and political participation: Evidence of reciprocal effects
  61. Brexit as ‘politics of division’: Social media campaigning after the referendum
  62. Conspiracy theories and institutional trust: examining the role of uncertainty avoidance and active social media use
  63.  The usage of web technologies as social network (Facebook) in teaching a foreign language to adults
  64. How perceived pressure affects users’ social media fatigue behavior: a case on WeChat
  65. Why are consumers following social media influencers on Instagram? Exploration of consumers’ motives for following influencers and the role of materialism
  66.  Social media analytics and practical applications: The change to the competition landscape
  67.  Rumor recognition behavior of social media users in emergencies
  68. Communicating scientific uncertainty in an age of COVID-19: an investigation into the use of preprints by digital media outlets
  69.  Using social media to predict the stock market crash and rebound amid the pandemic: the digital ‘haves’ and ‘have-mores’
  70. The effect of virtual interviews and social media on applicant decision-making during the 2020-2021 resident match cycle
  71. The gray digital divide in social networking site use in Europe: Results from a quantitative study
  72. A mixed methods inquiry into the role of Tom Hanks’ COVID-19 social media disclosure in shaping willingness to engage in prevention behaviors
  73. On technical trading and social media indicators for cryptocurrency price classification through deep learning
  74. Filter bubbles, echo chambers, and fake news: how social media conditions individuals to be less critical of political misinformation
  75. (Non-) Stereotypical representations of older people in Swedish authority-managed social media
  76. A mediated path from emotional intelligence to problematic social media use in adolescents: The serial mediation of perceived stress and depressive symptoms
  77.  Consensus reaching process in large-scale group decision making based on bounded confidence and social network
  78. A framework for analyzing influencer marketing in social networks: selection and scheduling of influencers
  79. When relationships meet situations: Exploring the antecedents of employee communication behaviors on social media
  80. Educational affordances of mobile social media for language teaching and learning: a chinese teacher’s perspective
  81. Socio-economic inequalities in social network, loneliness and mental health during the COVID-19 pandemic
  82.  Feasibility of estimating travel demand using geolocations of social media data
  83. Taxing dissent: The impact of a social media tax in Uganda
  84. Social media and social entrepreneurship
  85. ‘Direct’and ‘instant’: the role of digital technology and social media in young Filipinos’ intimate relationships
  86. Digital meaning-making across content and practice in social media critical discourse studies
  87. The effect of web add-on correction and narrative correction on belief in misinformation depending on motivations for using social media
  88. Intuitionistic fuzzy social network hybrid MCDM model for an assessment of digital reforms of manufacturing industry in China
  89. Understanding the role of social networks in consumer behavior in tourism: a business approach
  90. This picture does not portray reality: Developing and testing a disclaimer for digitally enhanced pictures on social media appropriate for Austrian tweens and teens
  91. MDER: modified degree with exclusion ratio algorithm for influence maximisation in social networks
  92. A multi-label ensemble predicting model to service recommendation from social media contents
  93. Identity construction or obfuscation on social media: a case of Facebook and WhatsApp
  94. Maths in the time of social media: conceptualizing the Internet phenomenon of mathematical memes
  95. Heavy social networking and online compulsive buying: the mediating role of financial social comparison and materialism
  96. Ambivalent influencers: Feeling rules and the affective practice of anxiety in social media influencer work
  97. The role of social media in accelerating the process of acculturation to the global consumer culture: an empirical analysis
  98. Combining machine learning with knowledge engineering to detect fake news in social networks-a survey
  99. “I do it my way”: Idioms of practice and digital media ideologies of adolescents and older adults
  100.  Social networks in coworking spaces and individual coworker’s creativity
  101. News as they know it: young adults’ information repertoires in the digital media landscape
  102. “Sometimes you get married on Facebook”: The use of social media among nonmetropolitan sexual and gender minority youth
  103. Reply to “Dermatologists in social media: a study on top influencers, posts, and user engagement”: dermatologist influencers on TikTok
  104. Supervised link prediction using structured‐based feature extraction in social network
  105. YouTube and radiology: the viability, pitfalls, and untapped potential of the premier social media video platform for image-based education
  106. Linguistic accommodation in teenagers’ social media writing: Convergence patterns in mixed-gender conversations
  107. Exploring social media rumination: associations with bullying, cyberbullying, and distress
  108. Triad link prediction method based on the evolutionary analysis with IoT in opportunistic social networks
  109. Formal models of opinion formation and their application to real data: evidence from online social networks
  110. Still logged in? The link between Facebook addiction, FoMO, self-esteem, life satisfaction and loneliness in social media users
  111. Envy-free allocations respecting social networks
  112.  The new rules of marketing and PR: How to use content marketing, podcasting, social media, AI, live video, and newsjacking to reach buyers directly
  113.  Modeling latent topics in social media using Dynamic Exploratory Graph Analysis: The case of the right-wing and left-wing trolls in the 2016 US elections
  114. Bereaved college students: Social support, coping style, continuing bonds, and social media use as predictors of complicated grief and posttraumatic growth
  115. Does social media enhance party responsiveness? How user engagement shapes parties’ issue attention on Facebook
  116. Permutation tests for hypothesis testing with animal social network data: Problems and potential solutions
  117. Proximization, prosumption and salience in digital discourse: on the interface of social media communicative dynamics and the spread of populist ideologies
  118. Social network multiple-criteria decision-making approach for evaluating unmanned ground delivery vehicles under the Pythagorean fuzzy environment
  119. Multilevel longitudinal analysis of social networks
  120. Social networks, adoption of improved variety and household welfare: evidence from Ghana
  121. Competing for talent: Firms, managers, and social networks
  122. My tweets bring all the traits to the yard: Predicting personality and relational traits in Online Social Networks
  123.  COVID-19 pandemic: Identifying key issues using social media and natural language processing
  124. A hashtag is worth a thousand words: An empirical investigation of social media strategies in trademarking hashtags
  125. Political knowledge and misinformation in the era of social media: Evidence from the 2015 UK election
  126.  Impact of risk perception on trust in government and self-efficiency during covid-19 pandemic: Does social media content help users adopt preventative …
  127. Greta Thunberg’s iconicity: Performance and co-performance in the social media ecology
  128. Fake profiles, trolls, and digital paranoia: digital media practices in breaking the Indignados movement
  129. The Impact of Peer-Influence: How Does Social Network Endorsement Affect Nonprofits and For-Profit Companies?
  130. Performance of an abbreviated Lubben Social Network Scale (LSNS-6) in three ethnic groups of older Asian Americans
  131. Doomscrolling during COVID-19: The negative association between daily social and traditional media consumption and mental health symptoms during the COVID-19 …
  132.  Storytelling für Unternehmen: Mit Geschichten zum Erfolg in Content Marketing, PR, Social Media, Employer Branding und Leadership
  133. What they do in the shadows: examining the far-right networks on Telegram
  134. Older adults’ online social engagement and social capital: The moderating role of Internet skills
  135. Let’s dance the news! How the news media are adapting to the logic of TikTok
  136.  Mass media and American politics
  137.  The impact of the digital revolution on human brain and behavior: where do we stand?
  138. Digital social work: Conceptualising a hybrid anticipatory practice
  139. Cognitive network science for understanding online social cognitions: A brief review
  140. SIoT (Social Internet of Things): A Review
  141.  Civic media: Technology, design, practice
  142. Political interaction beyond party lines: Communication ties and party polarization in parliamentary twitter networks
  143. Socially Connected during COVID-19: Online social connections mediate the relationship between loneliness and positive coping strategies
  144. Social physics
  145. Social customer relationship management
  146. Celebrity endorsement and impulsive buying intentions in social commerce-The case of instagram in Indonesia: Celebrity endorsement
  147. Positive algorithmic bias cannot stop fragmentation in homophilic networks
  148. Digital era 4.0: The contribution to education and student psychology
  149. COVID-19 pandemic and its impact on social relationships and health
  150. Identifying market structure: A deep network representation learning of social engagement
  151.  Digital branding: a complete step-by-step guide to strategy, tactics, tools and measurement
  152. Media literacy, curriculum and the rights of the child
  153. Social learning analytics for determining learning styles in a smart classroom
  154.  Has Covid-19 accelerated opportunities for digital entrepreneurship? An Indian perspective
  155.  Determinants of social commerce usage and online impulse purchase: implications for business and digital revolution
  156. Constructing visual policy narratives in new media: the case of the Dakota Access Pipeline
  157.  Going digital: how technology use may influence human brains and behavior
  158. Social Capital of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises in Kampung Purun for Improving Entrepreneurship Education
  159. Fans as transcultural gatekeepers: The hierarchy of BTS’Anglophone Reddit fandom and the digital East-West media flow
  160.  The Wiley-Blackwell handbook of childhood social development
  161. How can I Be as attractive as a Fitness YouTuber in the era of COVID-19? The impact of digital attributes on flow experience, satisfaction, and behavioral intention
  162. Gendered digital citizenship: how Indonesian female journalists participate in gender activism
  163.  Managing media economy, media content and technology in the age of digital convergence
  164. Digital detox: An effective solution in the smartphone era? A systematic literature review
  165. Understanding RT’s audiences: exposure not endorsement for twitter followers of Russian state-sponsored media
  166. Homophily in collaborations among US House Representatives, 1981–2018
  167. Exploring the impacts of media use and media trust on health behaviors during the COVID-19 pandemic in China
  168. Transforming images: Participatory video and social change in Fiji
  169. Trends and patterns in digital marketing research: bibliometric analysis
  170.  The impact of digital technology use on adolescent well-being
  171. Media Digital dalam Memberdayakan Kemampuan Berpikir Kritis Abad 21 pada Pembelajaran IPA di Sekolah Dasar
  172. Convergence among imagination, social-emotional learning and media literacy: an integrative literature review
  173.  Adolescent development and growing divides in the digital age
  174. Exploiting motherhood: Do mummy drinking sites offer real support or are they mainly alcohol marketing?
  175. Social connections and the sorting of workers to firms
  176.  Making sense of teacher agency for change with social and epistemic network analysis
  177.  Brain health consequences of digital technology use
  178. Marketing and social influences, hospital branding, and medical tourists’ behavioural intention: Before‐and after‐service consumption perspective
  179. Rise of the machines? Examining the influence of social bots on a political discussion network
  180.  Findings of the shared task on Emotion Analysis in Tamil
  181.  Ready (or Not) player one: initial musings on the metaverse
  182.  Social control: An introduction
  183. An impact of the use Instagram application towards students vocabulary
  184. The Media and Politics
  185. Under-represented students’ university trajectories: building alternative identities and forms of capital through digital improvisations
  186. Media exposure and health behavior during pandemics: the mediating effect of perceived knowledge and fear on compliance with COVID-19 prevention measures
  187. Athletes as role models during the COVID-19 pandemic
  188.  Social support, perceived risk and the likelihood of COVID-19 testing and vaccination: cross-sectional data from the United Kingdom
  189. Stop that! It’s not Tourette’s but a new type of mass sociogenic illness
  190. Social transmission bias and investor behavior
  191.  Findings of the shared task on Homophobia Transphobia Detection in Social Media Comments
  192. Conceptualising disaster social capital: what it is, why it matters, and how it can be enhanced
  193.  THE ROLE OF THE DIGITAL ECONOMY IN THE WORLD
  194. The role of social virtual world in increasing psychological resilience during the on-going COVID-19 pandemic
  195. Predicting catastrophic events using machine learning models for natural language processing
  196.  How communication technology fosters individual and social wellbeing during the COVID-19 pandemic: Preliminary support for a digital interaction model
  197. Lockdown impact on lifestyle and its association with oral parafunctional habits and bruxism in a Spanish adolescent population
  198. The populist campaigns against European public service media: Hot air or existential threat?
  199. From virtual to participatory learning with technology during COVID-19
  200. Surveillance arbitration in the era of digital policing
  201. Bridging the digital divide: Reflections on using WhatsApp instant messenger interviews in youth research
  202. Data management and big data analytics: Data management in digital economy
  203. Taking a break from news: a five-nation study of news avoidance in the digital era
  204. Mapping the digital food environment: A systematic scoping review
  205. How Elon Musk’s twitter activity moves cryptocurrency markets
  206. Mobile phones will not eliminate digital and social divides: how variation in internet activities mediates the relationship between type of internet access and local social …
  207. Dynamic network embedding survey
  208.  … with Publish or Perish (using google scholar data): From step-by-step processing for users to the practical examples in the analysis of digital learning articles in …
  209. COVID-19 and digitized education: Analysis of online learning in Nigerian higher education
  210. Improving the performance of sentiment analysis of tweets containing fuzzy sentiment using the feature ensemble model
  211. A philosophical and historical analysis of “Generation Identity”: Fascism, online media, and the European new right
  212. Adapting vignettes for internet-based research: eliciting realistic responses to the digital milieu
  213. Scoping study of definitions of social participation: update and co-construction of an interdisciplinary consensual definition
  214. Perceived poverty, perceived income adequacy and loneliness in Israeli young adults: Are social capital and neighbourhood capital resilience factors?
  215.  Digital universe: The global telecommunication revolution
  216. Digital platforms and ecosystems: remarks on the dominant organizational forms of the digital age
  217. Physical health, media use, and mental health in children and adolescents with ADHD during the COVID-19 pandemic in Australia
  218. How repurchase intention is affected in social commerce?: an empirical study
  219. The gospel according to Q: Understanding the QAnon conspiracy from the perspective of canonical information
  220. Netnography
  221.  THE EFFECTIVENESS OF MICROSOFT OFFICE 365 AS AN ONLINE ENGLISH LEARNING MEDIA
  222. Graphlime: Local interpretable model explanations for graph neural networks
  223. Learning to see: Convolutional neural networks for the analysis of social science data
  224.  The politics of force: Media and the construction of police brutality
  225. Overestimation of alcohol consumption norms as a driver of alcohol consumption: a whole-population network study of men across eight villages in rural, southwestern …
  226. Social isolation: An underappreciated determinant of physical health
  227.  Do all roads lead to Sapporo? The role of linking and bridging ties in evacuation decisions
  228. Transformation of televisionviewing practices in Greece: Generation Z and audiovisual content
  229. Influence of electronic word of mouth (e-WOM) on Brand credibility and Egyptian consumers’ purchase intentions
  230. The stratification of media usage in Finland, 2007–2018: Signs of socio-political polarization?
  231. Evaluating stochastic seeding strategies in networks
  232.  Peer network studies and interventions in adolescence
  233. Media competition and social disagreement
  234. Impact of perceived social support on mental health, quality of life, and disability in Post–9/11 US Military veterans
  235. Sensitizing Netizen’s behavior through influencer intervention enabled by crowdsourcing–a case of reddit
  236. From non-player characters to othered participants: Chinese women’s gaming experience in the ‘free’digital market
  237. Selective exposure in different political information environments–How media fragmentation and polarization shape congruent news use
  238. Twitter influencers in the 2016 US congressional races
  239. From ‘echo chambers’ to ‘chaos chambers’: Discursive coherence and contradiction in the# MeToo Twitter feed
  240. Tourism and the COVID-(Mis) infodemic
  241. Letter to the editors of psychological science: meta-analysis reveals that accuracy nudges have little to no effect for US conservatives: regarding pennycook et al.(2020 …
  242. Creating news literacy messages to enhance expert corrections of misinformation on Twitter
  243. Do boards take environmental, social, and governance issues seriously? Evidence from Media Coverage and CEO Dismissals
  244. Broadband internet and social capital
  245. When loneliness dimensions drift apart: Emotional, social and physical loneliness during the COVID‐19 lockdown and its associations with age, personality, stress …
  246. Media ethics and social change
  247. Influence for social good: Exploring the roles of influencer identity and comment section in Instagram-based LGBTQ-centric corporate social responsibility advertising
  248. Suicide risk and protective factors: a network approach
  249. INTERACTIVE DIGITAL MARKETING IN IMPROVING CUSTOMER SATISFACTION IN ISLAMIC EDUCATION INSTITUTIONS IN MAN 1 BLITAR
  250.  Social learning along international migrant networks
  251.  Higher education strategy in digital transformation
  252. Extending the Internet meme: Conceptualizing technological mimesis and imitation publics on the TikTok platform
  253.  Big Tech: Four emerging forms of digital rentiership
  254. Political homophily in a large-scale online communication network
  255. The relationship between the government’s official Facebook pages and healthcare awareness during Covid-19 in Jordan
  256. How to “read” a destination from images? machine learning and network methods for DMOs’ image projection and photo evaluation
  257. Mobile gaming production networks, platform business groups, and the market power of China’s Tencent
  258. Misinformation and work‐related outcomes of healthcare community: Sequential mediation role of COVID‐19 threat and psychological distress
  259. Compute-and data-intensive networks: The key to the Metaverse
  260. A platform for power management based on indoor localization in smart buildings using long short‐term neural networks
  261. Understanding Indonesia millennia Ulama online knowledge acquisition and use in daily fatwa making habits
  262. Beyond positive or negative: Understanding the phenomenology, typologies and impact of incidental news exposure on citizens’ daily lives
  263. Politicising platform-mediated tourism rentals in the digital sphere: Airbnb in Madrid and Barcelona
  264. The resilience of parents who have children with autism spectrum disorder in China: a social culture perspective
  265. Social tipping processes towards climate action: A conceptual framework
  266. … want to watch alone: the effect of displaying in-stadium social atmospherics on media consumers’ responses to new sport leagues across different types of media
  267.  The shyness and social anxiety workbook for teens: CBT and act skills to help you build social confidence
  268. The changing patterns of international student mobility: A network perspective
  269. What’s App, sir? Teachers and students in WhatsApp groups (in Hebrew)
  270. Resisting English medium instruction through digital grassroots activism
  271. The impact of Covid-19 media coverage on tourist’s awareness for future travelling
  272. PrEP uptake as a social movement among gay and bisexual men
  273. Online collaborative translation: its ethical, social, and conceptual conditions and consequences
  274. Sharing is caring: an analysis of# FOAMed Twitter posts during the COVID-19 pandemic
  275. Online shopping adoption during COVID-19 and social isolation: Extending the UTAUT model with herd behavior
  276.  India migration report 2013: Social costs of migration
  277. Hasan
  278.  Using digital humanities in the classroom: a practical introduction for teachers, lecturers, and students
  279. Translocal empowerment in transformative social innovation networks
  280. BoPopriation: How self-promotion and corporate commodification can undermine the body positivity (BoPo) movement on Instagram
  281. ANTi-Vax: a novel Twitter dataset for COVID-19 vaccine misinformation detection
  282. The influence of YouTube videos on the learning experience of disabled people during the COVID-19 outbreak
  283.  Assessment of COVID-19 information overload among the general public
  284. Knowledge, attitudes, practices and fear of COVID‐19 among Iranians: A quick online survey
  285. Consumers’ stickiness to mobile payment applications: An empirical study of WeChat wallet
  286. Monitoring dynamic networks: A simulation‐based strategy for comparing monitoring methods and a comparative study
  287. Fusing blockchain and AI with metaverse: A survey
  288. Vaccine hesitancy and anti-vaccination attitudes during the start of COVID-19 vaccination program: a content analysis on twitter data
  289. Analysing tourism destination promotion through Facebook by Destination Marketing Organizations of India
  290.  The role of utilitarian and hedonic aspects in the continuance intention to use social mobile apps
  291. Using the Responsible Suicide Reporting Model to increase adherence to global media reporting guidelines
  292. YouTube and political ideologies: Technology, populism and rhetorical form
  293. Mummy influencers and professional sharenting
  294. Defining and measuring news media quality: Comparing the content perspective and the audience perspective
  295. The effects of interaction types on learning outcomes in a blog-based interactive learning environment
  296.  Deltacron: the story of the variant that wasn’t
  297. How we can bring IO psychology science and evidence-based practices to the public
  298. ETourism
  299. Consumption as extended carnival on Tmall in contemporary China: A social semiotic multimodal analysis of interactive banner ads
  300. Findings of the Shared Task on Offensive Span Identification from Code-Mixed Tamil-English Comments
  301. “Backstage moments during the campaign”: The interactive use of Instagram by Spanish political leaders
  302. The video-on-demand market in Germany: Dynamics, market structure and the (special) role of YouTube
  303. The year of the “virtual date”: Reimagining dating app affordances during the COVID-19 pandemic
  304. Tourists’ travel-related information search channels
  305. Faster than warp speed: early attention to COVD-19 by anti-vaccine groups on Facebook
  306. Exploring the drivers of green agricultural development (GAD) in China: A spatial association network structure approaches
  307.  Low psychological well-being in men who have sex with men (MSM) during the shelter-in-place orders to prevent the COVID-19 spread: results from a …
  308. Social and cultural influences on food choices: a review
  309. Talking politics: The relationship between supportive and opposing discussion with partisan media credibility and use
  310. Media and Policy Making in the Digital Age
  311.  Managing visitor attractions
  312. Rumour propagation: an operational research approach by computational and information theory
  313.  Digital technology and social change: the digital transformation of society from a historical perspective
  314.  Parental experiences of homeschooling during the COVID-19 pandemic: Differences between seven European countries and between children with and …
  315. # Family: Exploring the display of family and family leisure on Facebook and Instagram
  316. Screen time use among US adolescents during the COVID-19 pandemic: findings from the Adolescent Brain Cognitive Development (ABCD) study
  317. Tweeted, deleted: An exploratory study of the US government’s digital memory holes
  318. Improving graph neural network expressivity via subgraph isomorphism counting
  319.  Have farmers had enough of experts?
  320. The Role of Leadership, Teaching Factory (TEFA) Program, Competence of Creative Products and Entrepreneurship On Entrepreneurial Interest of the Vocational …
  321. Community businesses as social units in post-disaster recovery
  322. “If I was to post something, it would be too vulnerable:” University students and mental health disclosures on instagram
  323. Online mis/disinformation and vaccine hesitancy in the era of COVID-19: Why we need an eHealth literacy revolution
  324. Studying the impact of ISIS propaganda campaigns
  325. Digital innovation and international business
  326. A social–ecological perspective on climate anxiety in children and adolescents
  327. Bullying victimization, negative emotions, and digital self-harm: testing a theoretical model of indirect effects
  328. Sharenting, parental mediation and privacy among Spanish children
  329. COVID-19, social isolation and the mental health of autistic people and their families: A qualitative study
  330. Access denied? Digital inequality in transport services
  331. Metaphors in moderation
  332. Mapping the scholarship of fake news research: A systematic review
  333.  Research Full Report: Combating Stigma Through HIV Self-Testing: New York State’s HIV Home Test Giveaway Program for Sexual Minorities
  334. Let’s nab fake science news: Predicting scientists’ support for interventions using the influence of presumed media influence model
  335. Keeping up with influencers: exploring the impact of social presence and parasocial interactions on Instagram
  336. Unblurring the boundary between daily life and gameplay in location-based mobile games, visual online ethnography on Pokémon GO
  337. Sharenting and the extended self: self-representation in parents’ Instagram presentations of their children
  338.  Does twitter affect stock market decisions? financial sentiment analysis during pandemics: A comparative study of the h1n1 and the covid-19 periods
  339. How are smart city concepts and technologies perceived and utilized? A systematic geo-Twitter analysis of smart cities in Australia
  340. Network resilience
  341. Networked environmental governance: formal and informal collaborative networks in local China
  342. The role of digital marketing, CSR policy and green marketing in brand development
  343. To wear or not to wear: a commentary on mistrust in public comments to CDC tweets about mask-wearing during COVID19
  344. Platform government in the era of smart technology
  345. AI in marketing, consumer research and psychology: a systematic literature review and research agenda
  346. A heuristic-driven uncertainty based ensemble framework for fake news detection in tweets and news articles
  347. Doing more with less: surgical training in the COVID-19 era
  348.  Mahabharatham
  349. Role of big data in Internet of Things networks
  350. Precarious migrants, migration regimes and digital technologies: the empowerment-control nexus
  351. Audience engagement with COVID-19 news: The impact of lockdown and live coverage, and the role of polarization
  352. # socialwork: An international study examining social workers’ use of information and communication technology
  353. COVID‐19 lockdown consequences on body mass index and perceived fragility related to physical activity: A worldwide cohort study
  354. Having Good Speaking English through Tik Tok Application
  355. Psychological, social, and situational factors associated with COVID‐19 vaccination intentions: A study of UK key workers and non‐key workers
  356. Mediation analysis of social isolation and mortality by health behaviors
  357. Social norms and the dynamics of online incivility
  358. Marketing EffectivenessModel of Tourism Business in Thailand
  359. School closures during social lockdown and mental health, health behaviors, and well-being among children and adolescents during the first COVID-19 wave: a …
  360. Teaching and learning with mobile devices in the 21st century digital world: Benefits and challenges
  361. Hijacking MeToo: transnational dynamics and networked frame contestation on the far right in the case of the ‘120 decibels’ campaign
  362.  Twitter and Facebook posts about COVID-19 are less likely to spread misinformation compared to other health topics
  363.  Confronting the rise of authoritarianism during the COVID-19 pandemic should be a priority for critical geographers and social scientists
  364. Situating representation as a form of erasure:# OscarsSoWhite, Black Twitter, and Latinx Twitter
  365. Facebook versus The BMJ: when fact checking goes wrong
  366. Social capital, built environment and mental health: a comparison between the local elderly people and the ‘laopiao’in urban China
  367. Studying problems, not problematic usage: Do mobile checking habits increase procrastination and decrease well-being?
  368. What can network science tell us about phonology and language processing?
  369. Coastal and marine topics and destinations during the COVID-19 pandemic in Twitter’s tourism hashtags
  370. A question of perspective: Exploring audiences’ views of journalistic boundaries
  371. Platform-mediated tourism: social justice and urban governance before and during Covid-19
  372. Edits: Modeling and mitigating data bias for graph neural networks
  373.  Exploring the challenges of remote work on Twitter users’ sentiments: From digital technology development to a post-pandemic era
  374. Provably beneficial artificial intelligence
  375. Complex foraging behaviours in wild birds emerge from social learning and recombination of components
  376. Diffusing political concerns: How unemployment information passed between social ties influences Danish voters
  377. Personalizing the war: Perspectives for the adoption of news recommendation algorithms in the media coverage of the conflict in Eastern Ukraine
  378. COVID-19 vaccine hesitancy among community-dwelling older adults: the role of information sources
  379.  SURYANI’S STRUGGLES TO PROVE HARASSMENT IN THE MATA HARI THEATER GROUP ON MOVIE “COPIER LIGHT”
  380.  The impact of COVID-19 on pregnant womens’ experiences and perceptions of antenatal maternity care, social support, and stress-reduction strategies
  381. Operationalising positive tipping points towards global sustainability
  382. Exploring student teachers’ social knowledge construction behaviors and collective agency in an online collaborative learning environment
  383. A multi-agent knowledge integration process for enterprise management innovation from the perspective of neural network
  384. Food innovation dynamics and network support
  385.  The handbook of crisis communication
  386. Hybrid deep learning models for thai sentiment analysis
  387. Psychological science in the wake of covid-19: Social, methodological, and metascientific considerations
  388.  Digital marketing strategy: an integrated approach to online marketing.
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