Tuesday, June 7, 2016

New Social Media Research

Cover of The Journal of Social Media in Society

The editors and review board for The Journal of Social Media in Society are excited to share the latest issue with you.

Vol. 5 Issue 1 - Spring 2016

Pin it for Yourself: Women’s Health and Fitness Content on Pinterest
   by Lindsey Conlin, Dylan McLemore, Xueying Zhang, Bijie Bie,    & Kim Bissell

Evaluating Podcast Compositions: Assessing Credibility, Challenges, and Innovation
   by David R. Nelson & William V. Faux II

University Students’ Perceptions of Social Media as a Learning Tool
   by Laila Al-Sharqi & Khairuddin Hashim

Creating “Spaces” for Professional Development:  Education Organizations’ Use of Facebook
   by Christie Bledsoe & Jodi Pilgrim

Social Media in a Subjective-science Mode: The “Facebook Likes” Study Reconfigured with Self-reference 
   by James C Rhoads, Dan B Thomas, & Bruce McKeown

Factors Affecting the Adoption of Social Network: A Study of Facebook Users in Bangladesh 
   by Jannatul Ferdous Bristy

Facebook and its Disappearing Posts: Data Collection Approaches on Fan-Pages for Social Scientists
   by Erick Behar Villegas

A Mixed Methods Examination of 21st Century Hiring Processes,  Social Networking Sites, and Implicit Bias 
   by Troy Elias, Laurie Honda-Phillips, Megan Kimmel, & JungWon Chun

Rumor Has It: Examining the Effects of Facebook Addiction on Political Knowledge Gullibility
   by Cynthia Nichols, Lori Melton McKinnon, & Anna Geary

Social Media “Teleco-presence” Theory of Identity
   by Kehbuma Langmia

The Journal of Social Media in Society is blind peer-reviewed, open-access, online journal that accepts scholarly articles and book reviews. The journal is devoted to scholarship and commentary on social media and its impact on society. The objective of JSMS is to advance the study of social media with current literature based on theory, research and practice from all methodological frameworks. The journal welcomes papers on all aspects of social media, such as interactive online platforms and mobile technologies used to connect, share, discuss, and collaborate.

The publisher of JSMS is the Texas Social Media Research Institute (TSMRI), a group of faculty, staff, and students at Tarleton State University with a mission of conducting social media research; sharing social media best practices; and providing social media education for students, non-profit organizations, state agencies, school districts, and higher education institutions.

Contact us:
Texas Social Media Research Institute
Follow Us on Twitter - @TSMRI
Call Us - 254-307-8211
Join Us for Our #TXSocialMedia Weekly Twitter Chats on Thursday Nights at 8pm CDT

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