The Emerald handbook of computer-mediated communication and social media

Joining a thriving field of new media, this collective volume authored by global academics features important research by thought leaders within computer-mediated communication (CMC) and social media. Featuring 40 comprehensive chapters of new research that focuses on what is new, relevant, and cutt...

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Other Authors: Harris Lipschultz, Jeremy (Editor)
Freberg, Karen (Editor) 
Luttrell, Regina, 1975- (Editor) 
Corporate Author: Emerald Insight (online služba) (Distributor) 
Format: eBook
Language:English
Published: Bingley, U.K. : Emerald Publishing Limited, 2022
Genre/form:příručky
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ISBN:978-1-80071-599-8
978-1-80071-597-4
978-1-80071-598-1
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Table of Contents:
  • Part One. Emerging Media Trends in Theory and Research
  • Chapter 1. Introduction: Connecting CMC and Social Media Research
  • Chapter 2. Social Media Theories
  • Chapter 3. Electronic Word-of-Mouth (eWOM) and Social Media
  • Chapter 4. Unobtrusive Observational Approaches to Studying the Texting Life of Couples: A Case Study of Interpersonal Conflict
  • Chapter 5. How Social Media Serve As a Super Spreader of Misinformation, Disinformation and Conspiracy Theories Regarding Health Crises
  • Chapter 6. Global Culture, Power and Health Communication: India Fights Corona On the Battlefield of Social Media Platforms
  • Chapter 7. The COVID 19 Infodemic: Algorithmic Gatekeeping, Confirmation Bias, and Social Identity
  • Chapter 8. Mourning Using Social Media: The New Frontier for Death Communication
  • Chapter 9. Saving Face: Theorizing Arab Women's Emerging Self-(re)presentations on Instagram
  • Chapter 10. Finding Love Online: An Overview and Future Directions for Research on Online Dating
  • Chapter 11. A Textual Analysis of Online Asexual Representation and Visibility on Reddit
  • Chapter 12. Gamification, Tinder-effect and Tinder-fatigue: Dating as a CMC Experience
  • Chapter 13. #MoreLatinosInNews: A Call for Representation
  • Chapter 14. News Agenda Setting in Social Media Era: Twitter as Alternative News Source for Citizen Journalism
  • Chapter 15. QAnon: The Networks of Misinformation and Conspiracy Theories on Social Media
  • Chapter 16. Emerging Trends in Computer-Mediated Communication and Social Media in Sport: Theory & Practice
  • Part Two. Social Media and CMC Applied Trends
  • Chapter 17. An examination of influencer-brand relationship: Implications and future directions for influencer marketing
  • Chapter 18. Nano- & Micro-Influencers
  • Chapter 19. Influencer Marketing and Consumer Well-Being: From Source Characteristics to Social Media Anxiety and Addiction
  • Chapter 20. True Biz Deaf: An exploration of how deaf creators use TikTok
  • Chapter 21. Cancel Culture: A career vulture amongst influencers on social media
  • Chapter 22. The Transition of 24/7 Trolls, Bullies, and Intimidation Through Social Media
  • Chapter 23. Integrating the Barcelona Principles 3.0 Into Online Gaming Brand Ambassadorships
  • Chapter 24. The Evolution of Social Media Management as Professional Practice
  • Chapter 25. Social Media Practices of Independent Sports Podcasters
  • Chapter 26. Healthcare and Aging Adults: Building Beneficial Relationships through Social Media
  • Chapter 27: Schools' use of social media for multicultural community engagement: A case study of Facebook use by government schools in Australia
  • Part Three. New Communication Technologies, Directions in Theory and Practice
  • Chapter 28. When AI Meets IoT: AioT
  • Chapter 29. Excellence In Digital Storytelling: Exploring How Best Practices Are Embraced By Professional Communicators
  • Chapter 30. Digital Misinformation & Disinformation: The Global War of Words
  • Chapter 31. Algorithms, Analytics, and Metrics: Is Audience Interaction Reshaping Algorithmic Gatekeeping in the Marketplace of Attention?
  • Chapter 32. Agency in Computer-Mediated Communication: Bots and U.S. Political Elections
  • Chapter 33. A Computational Text Analysis Study on Marijuana Edible Product Use on Twitter
  • Chapter 34. Call and Response: A System for Converting Interactive Data into Money and Sound
  • Chapter 35. Design Thinking As A Course Design Methodology for Teaching Social Media & Digital Analytics: A Qualitative Exploratory Case Study
  • Chapter 36. Artificial Intelligence in Public Relations: Role and Implication
  • Chapter 37. Is It Broken or Just Bruised? Evaluating AI and Its Ethical Implications Within the PR and Healthcare Industries
  • Chapter 38. Artificial Intelligence and Changing Ethical Landscapes in Social Media and Computer-Mediated Communication: Considering the Role of Communication Professionals
  • Chapter 39. Artificial Intelligence: The Dark Side, Ethics, and Implications
  • Chapter 40. Future Trends of CMC and Social Media Research