UPDATE: This page is out-of-date. An updated list can be found here:
I want to track down everyone who is actively doing research on social network sites. (Clarification: i’m looking for folks that are publishing in peer-reviewed spaces, not just researching for their company or blog.) Nicole Ellison and i are plotting to bring ways to bring everyone together. I’m also looking to create a list of all known publications. I know there’s more than what i’m listing so i need your help. Please!
Publications and Presentations
- Acquisti, Alessandro and Ralph Gross. 2006. “Imagined Communities: Awareness, Information Sharing, and Privacy on the Facebook.” Privacy Enhancing Technologies. Cambridge: June 28-30.
- Adamic, Lada, Orkut Buyukkokten, and Eytan Adar. 2003. “A social network caught in the Web.” First Monday.
- Backstrom, L., Huttenlocher, D., Kleinberg, J., & Lan, X. (2006). Group Formation in Large Social Networks: Membership, Growth, and Evolution. Paper presented at the KDD ’06, Philadelphia, PA.
- Barnes, Susan. 2006. A privacy paradox: Social networking in the United States. First Monday.
- boyd, danah. (in press) “Why Youth (Heart) Social Network Sites: The Role of Networked Publics in Teenage Social Life.” MacArthur Foundation on Digital Learning, Identity Volume (ed. David Buckingham).
- boyd, danah. (in press) “None of this is Real.” Structures of Participation (ed. Joe Karaganis).
- boyd, danah. 2006. “Friends, Friendsters, and MySpace Top 8: Writing Community Into Being on Social Network Sites.” First Monday. 11(12), December.
- boyd, danah. 2006. “Identity Production in a Networked Culture: Why Youth Heart MySpace.” Talk as AAAS 2006 (part of panel: “It’s 10PM: Do You Know Where Your Children Are … Online!”). St. Louis, Missouri: February 19.
- boyd, danah and Jeffrey Heer. 2006. “Profiles as Conversation: Networked Identity Performance on Friendster.” Proceedings of the Hawai’i International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS-39) , Persistent Conversation Track. Kauai, HI: IEEE Computer Society. January 4 – 7.
- boyd, danah. 2004. “Friendster and Publicly Articulated Social Networks.” Conference on Human Factors and Computing Systems (CHI 2004). Vienna: ACM, April 24-29.
- Byrne, Dara. 2007. “The Future of (the) ‘Race’: Identity, Discourse and the Rise of Computer-mediated Public Spheres.” In MacArthur Foundation Book Series and Everett, A. (Eds.), Race and ethnicity volume.
- Donath, Judith and danah boyd. 2004. “Public displays of connection.” BT Technology Journal Vol 22, No 4. October, pp 71-82.
- Dwyer, Cathy. 2007. Digital Relationships in the ‘MySpace’ Generation: Results From a Qualitative Study HICSS 2007.
- Ellison, Nicole, Charles Steinfield, and Cliff Lampe. 2006. “The Benefits of Facebook “Friends:” Social Capital and College Students’ Use of Online Social Network Sites.” JCMC 12(4).
- Fono, D., & Raynes-Goldie, K. (in press) Hyperfriends and Beyond: Friendship and Social Norms on LiveJournal. (In press). To appear in M. Consalvo & C. Haythornthwaite (Eds.), Internet Research Annual Volume 4: Selected Papers from the Association of Internet Researchers Conference. New York: Peter Lang.
- Gajjala, Radhika. (in-progress) “Production of Raced and Classed Selves as (Stereotypical) Interface: Social Networks at the Intersection of Online/Offline, Global/Local.” Cultural Studies Reader – edited by Michael Ryan.
- Geidner, Nicholas, Christopher Flook and Mark Bell. (in review) “Male Self-Identification on Facebook.com.” Communication Quarterly.
- Golder, Scott, Dennis Wilkinson, and Bernardo Huberman. Rhythms of Social Interaction: Messaging within a Massive Online Network.
- Gross, Ralph and Alessandro Acquisti. 2005. “Information Reveleation and Privacy in Online Social Networks.” ACM WPES Workshop.
- Heer, Jeffrey and danah boyd. 2005. “Vizster: Visualizing Online Social Networks.” IEEE Symposium on Information Visualization (InfoVis 2005). Minneapolis, Minnesota, October 23-25.
- Hewitt, Anne and Andrea Forte. 2006. “Crossing Boundaries: Identity Management and Student/Faculty Relationships on the Facebook.” Poster/Extended Abstract, CSCW 2006.
- Kapoor, N., Konstan, J., & Terveen, L. (2005). How Peer Photos Influence Member Participation in Online Communities. Paper presented at the CHI 2005.
- Liu, Hugo, Pattie Maes, Glorianna Davenport. 2006. “Unraveling the taste fabric of social networks.” International Journal on Semantic Web and Information Systems 2(1), 42-71, Hershey, PA: Idea Academic Publishers.
- Marwick, Alice. 2005. “‘I’m a Lot More Interesting than a Friendster Profile’: Identity Presentation, Authenticity and Power in Social Networking Services.” Association of Online Internet Researchers. Chicago.
- Perkel, Dan. 2006. “Copy and Paste Literacy: Literacy Practices in the Production of a MySpace Profile.” Informal Learning and Digital Media. Odense Denmark: September 21-23.
- Preibusch, S., Hoser, B., Gürses, S., & Berendt, B. (2007). Ubiquitous
social networks ? opportunities and challenges for privacy-aware user
modelling. In Proceedings of the Workshop on Data Mining for User
Modelling at UM 2007, Corfu, Greece, June 2007.
- Recuero, Raquel. 2005. “Um estudo do capital social gerado a partir das Redes Sociais no Orkut e nos Weblogs.” Trabalho apresentado no GT de Tecnologias da Comunicacao e da Informacao da COMPOS 2005, em Niteroi/RJ. (in Portuguese)
- Spertus, Ellen, Mehran Sahami and Orkut Buyukkokten. 2005. “Evaluating similarity measures: a large-scale study in the orkut social network.” Conference on Knowledge Discovery in Data.
- Stutzman, Frederic. 2006. “An Evaluation of Identity-Sharing Behavior in Social Network Communities.” iDMa Journal.