Past IJICST Issues

IJICST, Vol. 5, Issue 1, 2015
IJICST, Vol. 4, Issue 2, 2014
IJICST, Vol. 4, Issue 1, 2014
IJICST, Vol. 3, Issue 2, 2013
IJICST, Vol. 3, Issue 1, 2013
IJICST, Vol. 2, Issue 2, 2012
IJICST, Vol. 2, Issue 1, 2012
IJICST, Vol. 1, Issue 2, 2011
IJICST, Vol. 1, Issue 1, 2011

January-June 2015, Volume 5, No. 1

Special Issue on Intercultural New Media Research

pdf iconIntercultural New Media Research for the 21st Century (pages iv-ix)
Robert Shuter (Arizona State University and Marquette University, USA)
Anastacia Kurylo (St. Joseph’s College, USA)

A Culture of Survivors: SlutWalk, Third Culture, and New Media Communication
(pages 1-13)
Jennifer L. Seifert (Ohio University, USA)

Black Nerds, Asian Activists, and Caucasian Dogs: Online Race-based Cultural Group Identities within Facebook Groups (pages 14-25)
Jenny Ungbha Korn (University of Illinois at Chicago, USA)

Tell China's Story Well?: Cultural Framing and Online Contestation (pages 26-40)
Bingjuan Xiong (University of Colorado, Boulder, USA)

Remaking Ancient Virtues for the Virtual World: A Case Study of the "Voice of Longquan" (pages 41-54)
Fan Zhangi (Bowling Green State University, USA)

Self-Disclosure Patterns among Chinese Users in SNS and Face-to-Face Communication (pages 55-69)
Yashu Chen (Arizona State University, USA)

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July-December 2014, Volume 4, No. 2

pdf iconSocial Media Today and Tomorrow (pages iv-vii)
Tatyana Dumova (Point Park University, USA)

Seriously Social: Young Adults, Social Media and News
(pages 1-13)
Kelly Kaufhold (Texas State University, San Marcos, USA)

A Study on Job Cognition of Internet Pushing Hands (pages 14-32)
Mei Wu (University of Macau, Macau, China)
Zhiqun Chen (Huazhong University of Science and Technology, Wuhan, China)

Evaluating Social Media: Towards a Practical Model for Measuring Social Media Influence (pages 33-49)
Shahizan Hassan (Universiti Utara Malaysia, Malaysia), Norshuhada Shiratuddin (Universiti Utara Malaysia, Malaysia), Nor Laily Hashim (Universiti Utara Malaysia, Malaysia)
Feng Li (City University of London, London, UK)

Social Media Usage, Social Relations, and a Sense of Community in Indonesia (pages 50-63)
Hamideh Molaei (University of Sydney, Sydney, Australia)

Self-Presentation Strategies among Users of Social Networking Sites (pages 64-78)
Azza Abdel-Azim Mohamed Ahmed (Cairo University, Egypt and Abu-Dhabi University, UAE)

Review of Net Smart: How to Thrive Online, MIT Press, 2014 (pages 79-81) pdf icon
Laura Jennings (Point Park University, USA)

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January-June 2014, Volume 4, No. 1

Special Issue on Social Media in Asia

Social Media in Asia: Rising to the Challenge in Social Inquiries (pages iv-vi)pdf icon
Zixue Tai (University of Kentucky, USA)
Deborah S. Chung (University of Kentucky, USA)
Yonghua Zhang (Shanghai University, China)

To See and to be Seen: Chinese White-Collar Workers’ Interpretation of Microblogging and Social Capital
(pages 1-14)
Xiaoqing Fan (Minzu University of China, China)
Huan Chen (Penn State Erie, USA)

Use of SNSs, Political Efficacy, and Civic Engagement among Chinese College Students: Effects of Gratifications and Network Size (pages 15-30)
Qian Xu (Elon University, USA)
Lingling Qi (Nanjing University, China)

“Hey, Look at My Body!”: An Exploratory Study of Body Display on Facebook among Hong Kong Young Adults (pages 31-46)
Lik Sam Chan (University of Southern California, USA)
Hing Weng Eric Tsang (The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong)

Cultural Differences between American and Japanese Self-Presentation on SNSs (pages 47-60)
Kikuko Omori (St. Cloud State University, USA)
Mike Allen (University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, USA)

The Rise of a Networked Public Sphere: The Role of Social Media in India’s Media Landscape (pages 61-73)
Debashis ‘Deb’ Aikat (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, USA)

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July-December 2013, Volume 3, No. 2

pdf iconSocial Interaction Technology in Context (pages iv-vi)
Tatyana Dumova (Point Park University, USA)

Connecting Real and Virtual Neighbors: The Interplay Between Physical Space, Civic Journalism, and Online Community
(pages 1-15)
Robin Blom (Ball State University, USA)
Jonathan S. Morgan (Michigan State University, USA)
Paul Zube (Ferris State University, USA)
Brian J. Bowe (Grand Valley State University, USA)

Studying Physical Activity Using Social Media: An Analysis of the Added Value of RunKeeper Tweets (pages 16-28)
Jeroen Stragier (Ghent University, Belgium)
Peter Mechant (Ghent University, Belgium)
Lieven De Marez (Ghent University, Belgium)

Using Conceptual Models to Implement Natural Language Pedagogic Agent-Student Conversations (pages 29-47)
Diana Pérez Marín (Universidad Rey Juan Carlos, Spain)
Carlos Caballero (Alma Technologies, Spain)

Historic Times v. Sullivan and Gertz v. Welch Supreme Court Decisions and Online Social Media Libel Law (pages 48-58)
Joshua Azriel (Kennesaw State University, USA)
Charles Mayo (Kennesaw State University, USA)

Confluence of Communication and Technology at the 2013 Eastern Communication Association Convention, pdf iconPittsburgh, April 24-28 (pages 59-65)
Ligaya Scaff (Point Park University, USA)

Review of Twitter: Social Communication in the Twitter Age, Polity, 2013 (pages 66-69) pdf icon
Pamela E. Walck (Ohio University, USA)

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January-June 2013, Volume 3, No. 1

Special Issue on Technology-Mediated Online Behavior

pdf iconTechnology-Mediated Online Behavior (pages iv-viii)
Rosanna E. Guadagno (National Science Foundation, USA)

Making "Real" Connections: The Perceived Reality of Online Interactions
(pages 1-19)
Jenna L. Clark (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, USA)
Melanie C. Green (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, USA)

Social Influence Online: A Tale of Gender Differences in the Effectiveness of Authority Cues (pages 20-31)
Bradley M. Okdie (Ohio State University at Newark, USA)
Rosanna E. Guadagno (National Science Foundation, USA)
Petia K. Petrova (Dartmouth College, USA)
Wyley B. Shreves (University of Alabama, USA)

Building Marketing Relationships on Twitter: A Content Analysis of University Twitter Accounts (pages 32-46)
Brandi A. Watkins (University of Alabama, USA)
Regina Lewis (University of Alabama, USA)

Second Life in the Psychology Classroom: Teaching and Research Possibilities (pages 47-56)
John E. Edlund (Rochester Institute of Technology, USA)
Jessica L. Hartnett (Gannon University, USA)

Facebook History Collector: A New Method for Directly Collecting Data from Facebook (pages 57-67)
Rosanna E. Guadagno (National Science Foundation, USA)
Tonio A. Loewald (Loewald New Media, USA)
Nicole L. Muscanell (University of Alabama, USA)
Joan M. Barth (University of Alabama, USA)
Melissa K. Goodwin (University of Alabama, USA)
Yang Yang (University of Alabama, USA)

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July-December 2012, Volume 2, No. 2

pdf iconLiving in a Connected World (pages i-v)
Tatyana Dumova (Point Park University, USA)

Studying Web 2.0 Interactivity: A Research Framework and Two Case Studies
(pages 1-18)
Peter Mechant (Ghent University, Belgium)
Lieven De Marez (Ghent University, Belgium)

Moderating Effects of Novelty and Spontaneity on Personal Electronic Communication at Work (pages 19-32)
Pruthikrai Mahatanankoon (Illinois State University, USA)

Did U Get My Txt Msg?: Graduate Students' Text Messaging Uses and Gratifications (pages 33-48)
Cathy Marie Quast Sowa (Eastern Illinois University, USA)
Rodney K. Marshall (Eastern Illinois University, USA)

Beauty in the Background: A Content Analysis of Females in Interactive Digital Games (pages 49-62)
Ashley D. Cox (University of Alabama, USA)
Cassie A. Eno (Bellevue University, USA)
Rosanna E. Guadagno (National Science Foundation, USA)

pdf iconThe 6th International AAAI Conference on Weblogs and Social Media, June 4-7, 2012 (pages 63-68)
Lemi Baruh (Koç University, Turkey)

pdf iconA Review of The MoveOn Effect: The Unexpected Transformation of American Political Advocacy (pages 69-71)
Carmen Stavrositu (University of Colorado, Colorado Springs, USA)

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January-June 2012, Volume 2, No. 1

pdf iconHarnessing the Power of Social Interaction Technologies (pages i-v)
Tatyana Dumova (Point Park University, USA)

The Business Value of Consumer Participation through Social Media
(pages 1-17)
Miia Kosonen (Lappeenranta University of Technology, Finland)
Hanna-Kaisa Ellonen (Lappeenranta University of Technology, Finland)

A Robust Interactive Narrative Framework for Edutainment (pages 18-35)
Samiullah Paracha (Yufu City Board of Education, Japan)
Osamu Yoshie (Waseda University, Japan)

Illusions of Empowerment: Re-interpreting the Blogger's Social Media Dream (pages 36-51)
Corinne Weisgerber (St. Edward's University, USA)

Measuring Blog Influence: Recognition, Activity Generation, and Novelty (pages 52-68)
Shahizan Hassan (Universiti Utara Malaysia)
Norshuhada Shiratuddin (Universiti Utara Malaysia)
Mohd Fo'ad Sakdan (Universiti Utara Malaysia)
Nor Laily Hashim (Universiti Utara Malaysia)
Mohd Samsu Sajat (Universiti Utara Malaysia)

OpenStreetMap (pages 69-78)
Kevin Curran (University of Ulster, Northern Ireland)
John Crumlish (University of Ulster, Northern Ireland)
Gavin Fisher (University of Ulster, Northern Ireland)

pdf icon2012 Virtual Conference of the International Communication Association, May 14-June 8 (pages 79-84)
Tatyana Dumova (Point Park University, USA)

pdf iconA Review of Strategic Uses of Social Technology: An Interactive Perspective of Social Psychology (pages 85-88)
Nicole L. Muscanell (University of Alabama, USA)
Rosanna E. Guadagno (University of Alabama, USA)

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July-December 2011, Volume 1, Issue 2

Special Issue on Blogging across Borders and Cultures

pdf iconBlogging across Borders and Cultures (pages i-iii)
Tatyana Dumova (Point Park University, USA)

Who Blogs in 2010? An Updated Look at Individual Differences in Blogging (pages 1-13)
Bradley M. Okdie (Ohio State University at Newark, USA)
Rosanna E. Guadagno (University of Alabama, USA)
Daniel M. Rempala (University of Hawaii at Manoa, USA)
Cassie A. Eno (Waldorf College, USA)

Jumping the Border in the Blogosphere? A Cross-Cultural Comparative Study on the Motives of U.S.-American, Russian, and German Bloggers for Writing and Commenting (pages 14-28)
Nina Haferkamp (Dresden University of Technology, Germany)
Anh D. Lam-chi (University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany)
Nicole C. Krämer (University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany)

Hypercitizens from a Distinct Society: Characterizing Quebec’s Political Bloggers' Online and Offline Political Involvement (pages 29-45)
Thierry Giasson (Université Laval, Canada)
Vincent Raynauld (Carleton University, Canada)
Cyntia Darisse (Université Laval, Canada)

The Status of Journalistic Routines within Reporter-Run Political Blogs (pages 46-55)
Robert Andrew Dunn (East Tennessee State University, USA)

Reflections on the 2008 U.S. Presidential Election in the Turkish Blogosphere (pages 56-67)
Mehmet Yilmaz (Ege University, Turkey)
Umit Isikdag (Beykent University, Turkey)

The 4th Annual International Symposium for Emerging Technologies for Online Learning, July 11-13, 2011 (pages 68-71)
pdf iconBryan Alexander (National Institute for Technology in Liberal Education, USA)

pdf iconA Review of The Use of Technology in Mental Health: Applications, Ethics and Practice (pages 72-75)
Jasmine Harvey (University of Nottingham, UK)

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January-June 2011, Volume 1, Issue 1

Inaugural Issue

Exploring Interactivity (pages i-iv)pdf icon
Tatyana Dumova (Point Park University, USA)

Does Interactivity Serve the Public Interest? The Role of Political Blogs in Deliberative Democracy (pages 1-18)
Kim Garris (Shippensburg University of Pennsylvania, USA)
Jamie Guillory (Cornell University, USA)
S. Shyam Sundar (Pennsylvania State University, USA)

Identification, Transparency, Interactivity: Towards a New Paradigm for Credibility for Single-Voice Blogs (pages 19-35)
Brian Carroll (Berry College, USA)
R. Randolph Richardson (Berry College, USA)

Towards a New Model of Co-Creation of Value in E-Learning Service Systems (pages 36-49)
Lorna Uden (Staffordshire University, UK)

Developing a University-Wide Instructional Design Blog for Information Sharing and Professional Development (pages 50-65)
Shalin Hai-Jew (Kansas State University, USA)

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