Virtual Communities, Online Groups, & Social Networks

Abell, L., & Brewer, G. (2014). Machiavellianism, self-monitoring, self-promotion and relational aggression on Facebook. Computers in Human Behavior, 36, 258-262.

Abfalter, D., Zaglia, M. E., & Mueller, J. (2012). Sense of virtual community: A follow up on its measurement. Computers in Human Behavior, 28, 400-404.

Acar, A. (2008). Antecedents and consequences of online social networking behavior: The case of Facebook. Journal of Website Promotion, 33, 62-83.

Ackland, R., & O'Neil, M. (2011). Online collective identity: The case of the environmental movement. Social Networks, 33, 177-190.

Adair, L. E., Brase, G. L., Akao, K., & Jantsch, M. (2014). # babyfever: Social and media influences on fertility desires. Personality and Individual Differences, 71, 135-139.

Adler, P. A., & Adler, P. (2008). The cyber worlds of self-injurers: Deviant communities, relationships, and selves. Symbolic Interaction, 31, 33-56.

Agosto, D. E., Abbas, J., & Naughton, R. (2012). Relationships and social rules: Teens’ social network and other ICT selection practices. Journal of The American Society for Information Science and Technology, 63, 1108-1124.

Ahn, H., Kwolek, E. A., & Bowman, N. D. (2015). Two faces of narcissism on SNS: The distinct effects of vulnerable and grandiose narcissism on SNS privacy control. Computers in Human Behavior, 45, 375-381.

Ahn, J. (2011). The effect of social network sites on adolescents' social and academic development: Current theories and controversies. Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology, 62, 1435-1445.

Ahn, S. J. G., Bailenson, J. N., & Park, D. (2014). Short- and long-term effects of embodied experiences in immersive virtual environments on environmental locus of control and behavior. Computers in Human Behavior, 39, 235-245.

Ahuja, M. K., & Galvin, J. E. (2003). Socialization in virtual groups. Journal of Management, 29, 161-185.

Aiken, M., & Waller, B. (2000). Flaming among first-time group support system users. Information & Management, 37, 95-100.

Al Omoush, K. S., Yaseen, S. G., & Alma’aitah, M. A. (2012). The impact of Arab cultural values on online social networking: The case of Facebook. Computers in Human Behavior, 28, 2387-2399.

Aladwani, A. M. (2014). Gravitating towards Facebook (GoToFB): What it is? and How can it be measured? Computers in Human Behavior, 33, 270-278.

Alarcón-del-Amo, M. D. C., Lorenzo-Romero, C., & Gómez-Borja, M.-A. (2011). Classifying and profiling social networking site users: A latent segmentation approach. CyberPsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking, 14, 547-553.

Al-Debei, M. M., Al-Lozi, E., & Papazafeiropoulou, A. (2013). Why people keep coming back to Facebook: Explaining and predicting continuance participation from an extended theory of planned behaviour perspective. Decision Support Systems, 55, 43-54.

Alemi, F., Haack, M., Nemes, S., Harge, A., & Baghi, H. (2010). Impact of online counseling on drug use: A pilot study. Quality Management in Health Care, 19, 62-69.

Alhabash, S., Chiang, Y.-h., & Huang, K. (2014). MAM & U&G in Taiwan: Differences in the uses and gratifications of Facebook as a function of motivational reactivity. Computers in Human Behavior, 35, 423-430.

Alhabash, S., McAlister, A. R., Hagerstrom, A., Quilliam, E. T., Rifon, N. J., & Richards, J. I. (2013). Between likes and shares: Effects of emotional appeal and virality on the persuasiveness of anticyberbullying messages on Facebook. CyberPsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking, 16, 175-182.

Alhabash, S., Park, H., Kononova, A., Chiang, Y.-H., & Wise, K. (2012). Exploring the motivations of Facebook use in Taiwan. CyberPsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking, 15, 304-311.

Allan, B., & Lewis, D. (2006). Virtual learning communities as a vehicle for workforce development: A case study. Journal of Workplace Learning, 18, 367-383.

Alloway, T. P., & Alloway, R. G. (2012). The impact of engagement with social networking sites (SNSs) on cognitive skills. Computers in Human Behavior, 28, 1748-1754.

Altschuller, S., & Benbunan-Fich, R. (2010). Trust, performance, and the communication process in ad hoc decision-making virtual teams. Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication, 16, 27-47.

Amichai-Hamburger, Y. (2005). Internet minimal group paradigm. CyberPsychology & Behavior, 8, 140-142.

Amichai-Hamburger, Y., & Vinitzky, G. (2010). Social network use and personality. Computers in Human Behavior, 26, 1289-1295.

Anderson, A. H., McEwan, R., Bal, J., & Carletta, J. (2007). Virtual team meetings: An analysis of communication and context. Computers in Human Behavior, 23, p.2558-p.2580.

Anderson, J., Bresnahan, M., & Musatics, C. (2014). Combating weight-based cyberbullying on Facebook with the dissenter effect. CyberPsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking, 17, 281-286.

Anderson, S. C., & Guyton, M. R. (2013). Ethics in an age of information seekers: A survey of licensed healthcare providers about online social networking. Journal of Technology in Human Services, 31, 112-128.

Andreassen, C. S. (2012). Development of a Facebook addiction scale. Psychological Reports, 110, 501-517.

Andreassen, C. S., & Pallesen, S. (2013). Facebook addiction: A reply to Griffiths (2012). Psychological Reports, 113, 899-902.

Angie, A. S., Davis, J. L., Allen, M. T., Byrne, C. L., Ruark, G. A., Cunningham, C. B., Hoang, T. S., Bernard, D. R., Hughes, M. G., Connelly, S., O’Hair, H. D., & Mumford, M. D. (2011). Studying ideological groups online: Identification and assessment of risk factors for violence. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 41, 627-657.

Antheunis, M. L., & Schouten, A. P. (2011). The effects of other-generated and system-generated cues on adolescents’ perceived attractiveness on social network sites. Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication, 16, 391-406.

Antheunis, M. L., Valkenburg, P. M., & Peter, J. (2010). Getting acquainted through social network sites: Testing a model of online uncertainty reduction and social attraction. Computers in Human Behavior, 26, 100-109.

Antoci, A., Sabatini, F., & Sodini, M. (2012). See you on Facebook! A framework for analyzing the role of computer-mediated interaction in the evolution of social capital. Journal of Socio-Economics, 41, 541-547.

Atkinson, E., & DePalma, R. (2008). Dangerous spaces: Constructing and contesting sexual identities in an online discussion forum. Gender and Education, 20, 183-194.

Austin, L., Liu, B. F., & Jin, Y. (2012). How audiences seek out crisis information: Exploring the social-mediated crisis communication model. Journal of Applied Communication Research, 40, 188-207.

Awan, F., & Gauntlett, D. (2012). Remote living: Exploring online (and offline) experiences of young people living in rural areas. European Journal of Cultural Studies, 16, 3-23.

Awan, F., & Gauntlett, D. (2013). Young people’s uses and understandings of online social networks in their everyday lives. Young, 21, 111-132.

Aydos‌, L., Titov,‌ N., & Andrews, ‌G. (2009). Shyness 5: The clinical effectiveness of Internet-based clinician-assisted treatment of social phobia. Australasian Psychiatry, 17, 488-492.

Baek, Y. M., Bae, Y., & Jang, H. (2013). Social and parasocial relationships on social network sites and their differential relationships with users’ psychological well-being. CyberPsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking, 16, 512-517.

Bagozzi, R. P., Dholakia, U. M., & Mookerjee, A. (2006). Individual and group bases of social influence in online environments. Media Psychology, 8, 95-126.

Baker, A. (2012): The exchange of material culture among rock fans in online communities. Information, Communication & Society, 15, 519-536.

Baker, J. R., & Moore, S. M. (2008). Distress, coping, and blogging: Comparing new Myspace users by their intention to blog. CyberPsychology & Behavior, 11, 81-85.

Baker, L. R., & Oswald, D. L. (2010). Shyness and online social networking services. Journal of Social and Personal Relationships, 27, 873-889.

Baker, R. K., & White, M. (2010). Predicting adolescents’ use of social networking sites from an extended theory of planned behaviour perspective. Computers in Human Behavior, 26, 1591-1597.

Baker, R. K., & White, K. M. (2011). In their own words: Why teenagers don’t use social networking sites. CyberPsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking, 14, 395-398.

Balakrishnan, V., & Shamim, A. (2013). Malaysian Facebookers: Motives and addictive behaviours unraveled. Computers in Human Behavior, 29, 1342-1349.

Ballard, C., & Prine, R. (2002). Citizen perceptions of community policing. Social Science Computer Review, 20, 485-493.

Barak, A., & Gluck-Ofri, O. (2007). Degree and reciprocity of self-disclosure in online forums. CyberPsychology & Behavior, 10, 407-417.

Baran, B. (2010). Facebook as a formal instructional environment. British Journal of Educational Technology, 41, 146-149.

Baran, B., & Cagiltay, K. (2010). The dynamics of online communities in the activity theory framework. Educational Technology & Society, 13, 155-166.

Baker, P. M. A., Bricout, J. C., Moon, N. W., Coughlan, B., & Pater, J. (2013). Communities of participation: A comparison of disability and aging identified groups on Facebook and LinkedIn. Telematics and Informatics, 30, 22-34.

Barker , V. (2009). Older adolescents' motivations for social network site use: The influence of gender, group identity, and collective self-esteem. CyberPsychology & Behavior, 12, 209-213.

Barker, V., (2012). A generational comparison of social networking site use: The influence of age and social identity. The International Journal of Aging and Human Development, 74, 163-187.

Barnett, M. A., Nichols, M. B., Sonnentag, T. L., & Wadian, T. W. (2013). Factors associated with early adolescents’ anticipated emotional and behavioral responses to ambiguous teases on Facebook. Computers in Human Behavior, 29, 2225-2229.

Bartholomew, M. K., Schoppe-Sullivan, S. J., Glassman, M., Kamp Dush, C. M., & Sullivan, J. (2012). New parents’ Facebook use at the transition to parenthood. Family Relations, 61, 455-469.

Basak, E., & Calisir, F. (2015). An empirical study on factors affecting continuance intention of using Facebook. Computers in Human Behavior, 48, 181-189.

Bateman, P. J., Pike, J. C., & Butler, B. S. (2011). To disclose or not: Publicness in social networking sites. Information Technology & People, 24, 78-100.

Baym, N. K., & Ledbetter, A. (2009). Tunes that bind? Predicting friendship strength in a music-based social network. Information, Communication & Society, 12, 408-427.

Bazarova, N. N., & Choi, Y. H. (2014). Self-disclosure in social media: Extending the functional approach to disclosure motivations and characteristics on social network sites. Journal of Communication, 64, 635-657.

Bazarova, N. N., & Yuan, Y. C. (2013). Expertise recognition and influence in intercultural groups: Differences between face-to-face and computer-mediated communication. Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication, 18, 437-453.

Beer, D. (2008). Social network(ing) sites... revisiting the story so far: A response to danah boyd & Nicole Ellison. Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication, 13, 516-529.

Behm-Morawitz, E. (2013). Mirrored selves: The influence of self-presence in a virtual world on health, appearance, and well-being. Computers in Human Behavior, 29, 119-128.

Bell, V. (2007). Online information, extreme communities and Internet therapy: Is the Internet good for our mental health? Journal of Mental Health, 16, 445-457.

Ben-Ezra, M., Palgi, Y., Aviel, O., Dubiner, Y., Baruch, E., Soffer, Y., & Shrira, A. (2013). Face it: Collecting mental health and disaster related data using Facebook vs. personal interview: The case of the 2011 Fukushima nuclear disaster. Psychiatry Research, 208, 91-93.

Ben-Peretz, M., & Kupferberg, I. (2007). Does teachers’ negotiation of personal cases in an interactive cyber forum contribute to their professional learning? Teachers and Teaching: Theory and Practice, 13, 125-143.

Beullens, K., & Schepers, A. (2013). Display of alcohol use on Facebook: A content analysis. CyberPsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking, 16, 497-503.

Bevan, J. L., Ang, P.-C., & Fearns, J. B. (2014). Being unfriended on Facebook: An application of Expectancy Violation Theory. Computers in Human Behavior, 33, 171-178.

Bevan, J. L., Cummings, M. B., Kubiniec, A., Mogannam, M., Price, M., & Todd, R. (2015). How are important life events disclosed on Facebook? Relationships with likelihood of sharing and privacy. Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking, 18, 8-12.

Bevan, J. L., Gomez, R., & Sparks, L. (2014). Disclosures about important life events on Facebook: Relationships with stress and quality of life. Computers in Human Behavior, 39, 246-253.

Bevan, J. L., Pfyl, J., & Barclay, B. (2012). Negative emotional and cognitive responses to being unfriended on Facebook: An exploratory study. Computers in Human Behavior, 28, 1458-1464.

Bicen, H., & Cavus, N. (2011). Social network sites usage habits of undergraduate students: case study of Facebook. Procedia, 28, 943-947.

Biddix, J. P., &  Park, H. W. (2008). Online networks of student protest: The case of the living wage campaign. New Media & Society, 10, 871-891.

Bilgihan, A., Peng, C., & Kandampully, J. (2014). Generation Y’s dining information seeking and sharing behavior on social networking sites. International Journal of Contemporary Hospitality Management, 26, 349-366.

Birchmeier, Z., Joinson, A. N., & Dietz-Uhler, B. (2005). Storming and forming a normative response to a deception revealed online. Social Science Computer Review, 23, 108-121.

Birnholtz, J., Reynolds, L., Smith, M. E., & Hancock, J. (2013). ‘‘Everyone has to do it:’’ A joint action approach to managing social inattention. Computers in Human Behavior, 29, 2230-2238.

Blanchard, A. L. (2007). Developing a sense of virtual community measure. CyberPsychology & Behavior, 10, 827-830.

Blanchard, A. L. (2008). Testing a model of sense of virtual community. Computers in Human Behavior, 24, 2107-2123.

Blanchard, A. (2008). Sense of virtual community. In: S. Kelsey & K. S. Amant (Eds.), Handbook of research on computer-mediated communication (pp. 325-338). Hershey, PA: IGI Global.

Bleazby, J. (2012). How compatible are communities of inquiry and the Internet? Some concerns about the community of inquiry approach to e-learning. E-Learning and Digital Media, 9, 1-12.

Blood, R. (2004). How blogging software reshapes the online community. Communications of the ACM, 47, 53-55.

Bobkowski, P., & Smith, J. (2013). Social media divide: Characteristics of emerging adults who do not use social network websites. Media, Culture & Society, 35, 771-781.

Bohn, A., Buchta, C., Hornik, K., & Mair, P. (2014). Making friends and communicating on Facebook: Implications for the access to social capital. Social Networks, 37, 29-41.

Boniel-Nissim, M., Latzer, Y. (2011). The characteristics of  pro-ana community. In D. Stein & Y. Latzer (Eds.), Treatment and special issue of eating disorders (pp.73-84). New York: Nova Science Publishers.

Boon, S., & Sinclair, C. (2009). A world I don't inhabit: Disquiet and identity in Second Life and Facebook. Educational Media International, 46, 99-110.

Booth, P. (2008). Rereading fandom: MySpace character personas and narrative identification. Critical Studies in Media Communication, 25, 514-536.

Borgida, E., Sullivan, J. L., Oxendine, A., Jackson, M. S., & Gangl, A. (2002). Civic culture meets the digital divide : The role of community electronic networks. Journal of Social Issues, 58, 125-141.

Borrero, J. D., Yousafzai, S. Y., Javed, U., & Page, K. L. (2014). Expressive participation in Internet social movements: Testing the moderating effect of technology readiness and sex on student SNS use. Computers in Human Behavior, 30, 39-49.

Bos, N., Zimmerman, A.,  Olson, J.,  Yew, J.,  Yerkie, J.,  Dahl, E., &  Olson, G. (2007). From shared databases to communities of practice: A taxonomy of collaboratories. Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication, 12, 652-672.

Bou-Franch, P., Lorenzo-Dus, N., & Garcés-Conejos Blitvich, P. (2012). Social interaction in YouTube text-based polylogues: A study of coherence. Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication, 17, 501-521.

Boyd, D. M., & Ellison, N. B. (2008). Social network sites: Definition, history, and scholarship. Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication, 13, 210-230.

Boyle, K., & Johnson, T. J. (2010). MySpace is your space? Examining self-presentation of Myspace users. Computers in Human Behavior, 26, 1392-1399.

Brand, R. J, Bonatsos, A., D’Orazio, R., & DeShong, H. (2012). What is beautiful is good, even online: Correlations between photo attractiveness and text attractiveness in men’s online dating profiles. Computers in Human Behavior, 28, 166–170.

Brandtzæg, P. B. (2012). Social networking sites: Their users and social implications – A longitudinal study. Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication, 17, 467-488.

Brandon, D. P., & Hillingshead, A. B. (2007). Characterizing online groups. In A. Joinson, K. McKenna, T. Postmes & U. Reips (Eds.), The Oxford handbook of Internet psychology (pp. 105-120). Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press.

Braun, M. T. (2013). Obstacles to social networking website use among older adults. Computers in Human Behavior, 29, 673-680.

Bright, L. F., Kleiser, S. B., & Grau, S. L. (2015). Too much Facebook? An exploratory examination of social media fatigue. Computers in Human Behavior, 44, 148-155.

Brivio, E., & Cilento, I. F. (2009). Self presentation in blogs and social networks. Annual Review of CyberTherapy and Telemedicine, 7, 113-115.

Brooks, S. (2015). Does personal social media usage affect efficiency and well-being? Computers in Human Behavior, 46, 26-37.

Brukman, A. (2006). Learning in online communities. In R. K. Sawyer (Ed.), The Cambridge handbook of the learning sciences (pp. 461-472). Boston, MA: Cambridge University Press.

Bruns, A., & Stieglitz, S. (2012). Quantitative approaches to comparing communication patterns on Twitter. Journal of Technology in Human Services, 30, 160-185.

Brunskill, D. (2013). Social media, social avatars and the psyche: Is Facebook good for us? Australasian Psychiatry, 21, 527-532.

Bryant, E. M., & Marmo, J. (2011). A functional approach to social networking sites. In K. B. Wright & L. M. Webb (Eds.), Computer-mediated communication in personal relationships (pp. 3-20). . New York: Peter Lang.

Buchanan, T. (2015). Aggressive priming online: Facebook adverts can prime aggressive cognitions. Computers in Human Behavior, 48, 323-330.

Bull, S. S., Breslin, L. T., Wright, E. E., Black, S. R., Levine, D., & Santelli, J. S. (2011). Case study: An ethics case study of HIV prevention research on Facebook: The just/us study. Journal of Pediatric Psychology, 36, 1082-1092.

Burri, M., Baujard, V., & Etter, J.-F. (2006). A qualitative analysis of an Internet discussion forum for recent ex-smokers. Nicotine & Tobacco Research,  8, 13-19.

Byoungsoo, K. (2011). Understanding antecedents of continuance intention in social-networking services. CyberPsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking, 14, 199-205.

Cachia, R., Compañó, R., & Da Costa, O. (2007). Grasping the potential of online social networks for foresight. Technological Forecasting & Social Change, 74, 1179-1203.

Caci, B., Cardaci, M., Tabacchi, M., & Scrima, F. (2014). Personality variables as predictors of Facebook usage. Psychological Reports, 114, 528-539.

Caers, R., De Feyter, T., De Couck, M., Stough, T., Vigna, C., & Du Bois, C. (2013). Facebook: A literature review. New Media & Society, 15, 982-1002.

Callaghan, N., & Bower, M. (2012). Learning through social networking sites – The critical role of the teacher. Educational Media International, 49, 1-17.

Campbell-Grossman, C. K., Brage Hudson, D., Keating-Lefler, R., & Heusinkvelt, S. (2009). New mothers network: The provision of social support to single, low-income, African American mothers via e-mail messages. Journal of Family Nursing, 15, 220-236.

Campisi, J., Bynog, P., McGehee, H., Oakland, J. C., Quirk, S., Taga, C., & Taylor, M. (2012). Facebook, stress, and incidence of upper respiratory infection in undergraduate college students. CyberPsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking, 15, 675-681.

Capece, G., & Costa, R. (2013). The new neighbourhood in the Internet era: Network communities serving local communities. Behaviour & Information Technology, 32, 438-448.

Carlson, J. R., George, J. F., Burgoon, J. K., Adkins, M., &. White, C. H. (2004). Deception in computer-mediated communication. Group Decision and Negotiation, 13, 5–28.

Carroll, B., & Landry, K. (2010). Logging on and letting out: Using online social networks to grieve and to mourn. Bulletin of Science, Technology & Society, 30, 341-349.

Carroll, J. M., Rosson, M. B., Kavanaugh, A, Dunlap, D., Schafer, W., Snook, J., & Isenhour, P. (2006). Social and civic participation in a community network. In R. Kraut, M. Brynin, & S. Kiesler (Eds.), Computers, phones, and the Internet: Domesticating information technology (pp. 168-184). New York: Oxford University Press.

Casale, S., Tella, L., & Fioravanti, G. (2013). Preference for online social interactions among young people: Direct and indirect effects of emotional intelligence. Personality and Individual Differences, 54, 524-529.

Castelli, L., Corazzini, L. L., & Geminiani, G. C. (2008). Spatial navigation in large-scale virtual environments: Gender differences in survey tasks. Computers in Human Behavior, 24, 1643-1667.

Cavaglion, G. (2008). Voices of coping in an Italian self-help virtual community of cyberporn dependents. CyberPsychology & Behavior, 11, 599-601.

Centola, D. (2010). The spread of behavior in an online social network experiment. Science, 329, 1194-1197.

Chan, K. W., & Li, S. Y. (2010). Understanding consumer-to-consumer interactions in virtual communities: The salience of reciprocity. Journal of Business Research, 63, 1033-1040.

Chan, M., & Guo, J. (2013). The role of political efficacy on the relationship between Facebook use and participatory behaviors: A Comparative study of young American and Chinese adults. CyberPsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking, 16, 460-463.

Chan, M., Wu, X., Hao, Y., Xi, R., & Jin, T. (2012). Microblogging, online expression, and political efficacy among young Chinese citizens: The moderating role of information and entertainment needs in the use of Weibo. CyberPsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking, 15, 345-349.

Chan, T. H. (2014). Facebook and its effects on users’ empathic social skills and life satisfaction: A double-edged sword effect. CyberPsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking, 17, 276-280.

Chang, C.-W., & Chen, G. M. (2014). College students’ disclosure of location-related information on Facebook. Computers in Human Behavior, 35, 33-38.

Chang, C.-W., & Heo, J. (2014). Visiting theories that predict college students’ self-disclosure on Facebook. Computers in Human Behavior, 30, 79-86.

Chen, B., & Marcus, J. (2012). Students’ self-presentation on Facebook: An examination of personality and self-construal factors. Computers in Human Behavior, 28, 2091-2099.

Chang, C. K., Chen, G. D., & Li, L. Y. (2008). Constructing a community of practice to improve coursework activity. Computers & Education, 50, 235-247.

Chang, S.-M., Lin, Y.-H., Lin, C.-W., Chang, H.-K., & Chong, P. P. (2014). Promoting positive psychology using social networking sites: A study of new college entrants on Facebook. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 11, 4652-4663.

Chang, T.-S., & Hsiao, W.-H. (2014). Time spent on social networking sites: Understanding user behavior and social capital. Systems Research and Behavioral Science, 31, 102-114.

Chang, Y. P., & Zhu, D. H. (2012). The role of perceived social capital and flow experience in building users’ continuance intention to social networking sites in China. Computers in Human Behavior, 28, 995-1001.

Chau, M., & Xu, J. (2007). Mining communities and their relationships in blogs: A study of online hate groups. International Journal of Human-Computer Studies, 65, 57-70.

Chen, C. W., & Lin, C. S. (2014). Building a sense of virtual community: The role of the features of social networking sites. Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking, 17, 460-465.

Chen, G.-L., Yang, S.-C., & Tang, S.-M. (2013). Sense of virtual community and knowledge contribution in a P3 virtual community: Motivation and experience. Internet Research, 23, 4-26.

Chen, G. M. (2014). Revisiting the social enhancement hypothesis: Extroversion indirectly predicts number of Facebook friends operating through Facebook usage. Computers in Human Behavior, 39, 263-269.

Chen, H.-T., & Kim, Y. (2013). Problematic use of social network sites: The interactive relationship between gratifications sought and privacy concerns. CyberPsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking, 16, 806-812.

Chen, R. (2013). Living a private life in public social networks: An exploration of member self-disclosure. Decision Support Systems, 55, 661-668.

Chen, R., & Sharma, S. K. (2015). Learning and self-disclosure behavior on social networking sites: The case of Facebook users. European Journal of Information Systems, 24, 93-106.

Chen, W. (2010). Internet-usage patterns of immigrants in the process of intercultural adaptation. Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking, 13, 387-399.

Chen, W., & Lee, K.-H. (2013). Sharing, liking, commenting, and distressed? The pathway between Facebook interaction and psychological distress. CyberPsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking, 16, 728-734.

Cheung, C. M. K., Chiu, P-Y., & Lee, M. K. O. (2011). Online social networks: Why do students use Facebook? Computers in Human Behavior, 27, 1337-1343.

Cheung, C. M. K., & Lee, M. K. O. (2009). Understanding the sustainability of a virtual community: Model development and empirical test. Journal of Information Science, 35, 279-298.

Cheung, C. M. K., Lee, M. K. O., & Lee, Z. W. Y. (2013). Understanding the continuance intention of knowledge sharing in online communities of practice through the post-knowledge-sharing evaluation processes. Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology, 64, 1357-1374.

Chew, H. E., LaRose, R., Steinfield, C., & Velasquez, A. (2011). The use of online social networking by rural youth and its effects on community attachment. Information, Communication & Society, 14, 726-747.

Chiou, W.-B., Chen, S.-W., & Liao, D.-C. (2014). Does Facebook promote self-interest? Enactment of indiscriminate one-to-many communication on online social networking sites decreases prosocial behavior. CyberPsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking, 17, 86-73.

Cho, H. C., & Lee, J. S. (2008). Collaborative information seeking in intercultural computer-mediated communication groups - Testing the influence of social context using social network analysis. Communication Research, 35, 548-573.

Choi, J., Jung, J., & Lee, S.-W. (2013). What causes users to switch from a local to a global social network site? The cultural, social, economic, and motivational factors of Facebook’s globalization. Computers in Human Behavior, 29, 2665-2673.

Chorley, M. J., Whitaker, R. M., & Allen, S. M. (2015). Personality and location-based social networks. Computers in Human Behavior, 46, 45-56.

Chou, H.-T. G., & Edge, N. (2012). ‘‘They are happier and having better lives than I am’’: The impact of using Facebook on perceptions of others’ lives. CyberPsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking, 15, 117-121.

Chou, H.-T. G., Hammond, R. J., & Johnson, R. (2013). How Facebook might reveal users’ attitudes toward work and relationships with coworkers. CyberPsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking, 16, 136-139.

Choudrie, J., & Vyas, A. (2014). Silver surfers adopting and using Facebook? A quantitative study of Hertfordshire, UK, applied to organizational and social change. Technological Forecasting and Social Change, 89, 293-305.

Christofides, E., Muise, A., & Desmarais, S. (2009). Information disclosure and control on facebook: Are they two sides of the same coin or two different processes? CyberPsychology & Behavior, 12, 341-345.

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