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Proceedings of the 2009 International Conference on Communities and Technologies

Fullname:Proceedings of the 4th International Conference on Communities and Technologies
Editors:John M. Carroll
Location:University Park, Pennsylvania
Dates:2009-Jun-25 to 2009-Jun-27
Publisher:ACM
Standard No:ISBN: 978-1-60558-713-4; ACM DL: Table of Contents; hcibib: CT09
Papers:30
Pages:294
Links:Conference Website | IISI Website
  1. Community knowledge
  2. Support and rapport
  3. Social capital
  4. Activism
  5. Socio-technical tools
  6. Development and regulation
  7. Reuse
  8. Communities of practice
  9. Placed community
  10. Social networking
  11. Privacy and personalization

Community knowledge

Toward an analytic framework for understanding and fostering peer-support communities in using and evolving software products BIBAFull-Text 1-10
  Andrew Gorman; Gerhard Fischer
Measuring self-focus bias in community-maintained knowledge repositories BIBAFull-Text 11-20
  Brent Hecht; Darren Gergle
Understanding collective content: purposes, characteristics and collaborative practices BIBAFull-Text 21-30
  Thomas Olsson

Support and rapport

Supportive communication, sense of virtual community and health outcomes in online infertility groups BIBAFull-Text 31-40
  Jennifer L. Welbourne; Anita L. Blanchard; Marla D. Boughton
The community is where the rapport is -- on sense and structure in the YouTube community BIBAFull-Text 41-50
  Dana Rotman; Jennifer Golbeck; Jennifer Preece

Social capital

Social capital, social network and identity bonds: a reconceptualization BIBAFull-Text 51-60
  Hao Jiang; John M. Carroll
Communities, technology, and civic intelligence BIBAFull-Text 61-70
  Douglas Schuler

Activism

Communities real and imagined: designing a communication system for Zimbabwean activists BIBAFull-Text 71-76
  Tad Hirsch
Empowering rural citizen journalism via web 2.0 technologies BIBAFull-Text 77-84
  Marco A. Figueiredo; Paola Prado; Mauro A. Câmara; Ana M. Albuquerque
Technologies within transnational social activist communities: an ethnographic study of the European social forum BIBAFull-Text 85-94
  Saqib Saeed; Markus Rohde; Volker Wulf

Socio-technical tools

The conference room as a toolbox: technological and social routines in corporate meeting spaces BIBAFull-Text 95-104
  Christopher Plaue; John Stasko; Mark Baloga
Experiential role of artefacts in cooperative design BIBAFull-Text 105-114
  Dhaval Vyas; Dirk Heylen; Anton Nijholt; Gerrit van der Veer
Active artifacts as bridges between context and community knowledge sources BIBAFull-Text 115-124
  Federico Cabitza; Carla Simone

Development and regulation

wConnect: a Facebook-based developmental learning community to support women in information technology BIBAFull-Text 125-134
  Mary Beth Rosson; John M. Carroll; Dejin Zhao; Timothy Paone
And the ringleaders were banned: an examination of protest in virtual worlds BIBAFull-Text 135-144
  Bridget M. Blodgett
Hometown websites: continuous maintenance of cross-border connections BIBAFull-Text 145-154
  Luis A. Castro; Victor M. Gonzalez

Reuse

Overhearing the crowd: an empirical examination of conversation reuse in a technical support community BIBAFull-Text 155-164
  Derek L. Hansen
An analysis of the social structure of remix culture BIBAFull-Text 165-174
  Giorgos Cheliotis; Jude Yew
Spinning online: a case study of internet broadcasting by DJs BIBAFull-Text 175-184
  David A. Shamma; Elizabeth F. Churchill; Nikhil Bobb; Matt Fukuda

Communities of practice

Supporting community engagement in the city: urban planning in the MR-tent BIBAFull-Text 185-194
  Ina Wagner; Maria Basile; Lisa Ehrenstrasser; Valérie Maquil; Jean-Jacques Terrin; Mira Wagner
Conversations in developer communities: a preliminary analysis of the yahoo! pipes community BIBAFull-Text 195-204
  M. Cameron Jones; Elizabeth F. Churchill
Makumba: the role of the technology for the sustainability of amateur programming practice and community BIBAFull-Text 205-214
  Cristian Bogdan; Rudolf Mayer

Placed community

Facilitating participatory decision-making in local communities through map-based online discussion BIBAFull-Text 215-224
  Bo Yu; Guoray Cai
Supporting community in third places with situated social software BIBAFull-Text 225-234
  Joseph F. McCarthy; Shelly D. Farnham; Yogi Patel; Sameer Ahuja; Daniel Norman; William R. Hazlewood; Josh Lind

Social networking

Leveraging social software for social networking and community development at events BIBAFull-Text 235-244
  Shelly D. Farnham; Peter T. Brown; Jordan L. K. Schwartz
Bowling online: social networking and social capital within the organization BIBAFull-Text 245-254
  Charles Steinfield; Joan M. DiMicco; Nicole B. Ellison; Cliff Lampe
Analyzing (social media) networks with NodeXL BIBAFull-Text 255-264
  Marc A. Smith; Ben Shneiderman; Natasa Milic-Frayling; Eduarda Mendes Rodrigues; Vladimir Barash; Cody Dunne; Tony Capone; Adam Perer; Eric Gleave

Privacy and personalization

Information revelation and internet privacy concerns on social network sites: a case study of Facebook BIBAFull-Text 265-274
  Alyson L. Young; Anabel Quan-Haase
How much do you tell?: information disclosure behaviour indifferent types of online communities BIBAFull-Text 275-284
  Johann Schrammel; Christina Köffel; Manfred Tscheligi
Please help!: patterns of personalization in an online tech support board BIBAFull-Text 285-294
  Sarita Yardi; Erika Shehan Poole