Volume 15, Number 1, January 2010
Volume 15, Number 2, February 2010
- Viola Krebs:
Motivations of Cybervolunteers in an Applied Distributed Computing Environment: MalariaControl.net as an Example.
- Donna Chu:
In Search of Prosumption: Youth and the New Media in Hong Kong.
- Graeme Baxter Bell:
The Dangers of Webcrawled Datasets.
- Ulrich Herb:
Sociological Implications of Scientific Publishing: Open Access, Science, Society, Democracy and the Digital Divide.
- Noppadol Prammanee, Mahmoud Moussa:
Electronic Portfolio Use in Thailand.
Volume 15, Number 3, March 2010
Volume 15, Number 4, April 2010
Volume 15, Number 5, May 2010 User Creativity, Governance, and the New Media.
Volume 15, Number 6, June 2010
Volume 15, Number 7, July 2010
- David A. Huffaker, Matthew P. Simmons, Eytan Bakshy, Lada A. Adamic:
Seller activity in a virtual marketplace.
- Jason Priem, Bradley M. Hemminger:
Scientometrics 2.0: New metrics of scholarly impact on the social Web.
- F. Maxwell Harper, Joseph Weinberg, John Logie, Joseph A. Konstan:
Question types in social Q&A sites.
- Jean Claude Burgelman, David Osimo, Marc Bogdanowicz:
Science 2.0 (change will happen....).
- Peter Jakobsson, Fredrik Stiernstedt:
Pirates of Silicon Valley: State of exception and dispossession in Web 2.0.
- Bonnie A. Nardi:
My Life as a Night Elf Priest: An Anthropological Account of World of Warcraft: Excerpts.
Volume 15, Number 8, August 2010
- Douglas Kocher:
Book review of Scott Rosenberg's Say everything: How blogging began, what it's becoming, and why it matters.
Volume 15, Number 9, September 2010
Volume 15, Number 10, October 2010
- Oya Y. Rieger:
Framing digital humanities: The role of new media in humanities scholarship.
- Siobhan Stevenson:
Unlimited potential, unlimited power? Microsoft's corporate citizenship in the battle over new social relations of production.
- Xiaolong Jin, Jianmin Jiang, Geyong Min:
A software agent and Web service based system for digital preservation.
- Jan Michael Nolin:
Speedism, boxism and markism: Three ideologies of the Internet.
- Marguerite J. Watt:
Has green news reporting gone green? An analysis of geographically diverse newspapers' online and print coverage of climate change.
Volume 15, Number 11, November 2010
Volume 15, Number 12, December 2010
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- Philip N. Howard, Daniel Kreiss:
Political parties and voter privacy: Australia, Canada, the United Kingdom, and United States in comparative perspective.
- Jiyoung Cha:
Factors affecting the frequency and amount of social networking site use: Motivations, perceptions, and privacy concerns.
- Brian Martin, Chris Moore, Colin Salter:
Sharing music files: Tactics of a challenge to the industry.
- Stephen Dann:
Twitter content classification.
- Norm Friesen:
Education and the social Web: Connective learning and the commercial imperative.
- Jan Erik Frantsvåg:
The size distribution of open access publishers: A problem for open access?