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Volume 16, Number 6 - 6 June 2011 Who connects with whom? A social network analysis of an online open source software community Abstract   HTML
Cuihua Shen, Peter Monge
Volume 21, Number 7 - 4 July 2016 Who needs trust when you know everything? Dealing with information abundance on a consumer-review Web site Abstract   HTML
Andrew Michael Duffy
Volume 15, Number 5 - 3 May 2010 Who owns the mods? Abstract   HTML
Yong Ming Kow, Bonnie Nardi
Volume 11, Number 9 — 4 September 2006 Who supports Internet censorship? Abstract   HTML
Craig A. Depken, II
Volume 3, Number 12 - 7 December 1998 Who Will Create Metadata for the Internet? Abstract   HTML
Charles F. Thomas, Linda S. Griffin
Volume 13 Number 9 - 1 September 2008 Whose space is MySpace? A content analysis of MySpace profiles Abstract   HTML
Steve Jones, Sarah Millermaier, Mariana Goya-Martinez, Jessica Schuler
Volume 22, Number 10 - 2 October 2017 Why blogs endure: A study of recent college graduates and motivations for blog readership Abstract   HTML
Alison J. Head, Michele Van Hoeck, Kirsten Hostetler
Volume 1, Number 6 - 2 December 1996 Why computers are ineffective today Abstract   HTML
Frederick Bennett
Volume 23, Number 10 - 1 October 2018 Why digital natives need books: The myth of the digital native Abstract   HTML
Hildegunn Støle
Volume 17, Number 9 - 3 September 2012 Why first-year college students select online research resources as their favorite Abstract   HTML
James P. Purdy
Special Issue #7: Command Lines: The Emergence of Governance in Global Cyberspace Why Governments aren't Gods and Gods aren't Governments Abstract   HTML
Richard A. Bartle
Volume 14, Number 6 - 1 June 2009 Why Lakoff still matters: Framing the debate on copyright law and digital publishing Abstract   HTML
Diane Gurman
Volume 22, Number 5 - 1 May 2017 Why media companies insist they're not media companies, why they're wrong, and why it matters Abstract   HTML
Philip Napoli, Robyn Caplan
Volume 16, Number 11 - 7 November 2011 Why parents help their children lie to Facebook about age: Unintended consequences of the ‘Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act’ Abstract   HTML
danah boyd, Eszter Hargittai, Jason Schultz, John Palfrey
Volume 20, Number 11 - 2 November 2015 Why study technology non-use? Abstract   HTML
Eric P.S. Baumer, Morgan G. Ames, Jenna Burrell, Jed R. Brubaker, Paul Dourish
Volume 12, Number 1 — 1 January 2007 Why study users? An environmental scan of use and users of digital resources in humanities and social sciences undergraduate education Abstract   HTML
Diane Harley
Volume 14, Number 6 - 1 June 2009 Wikidentities: Young people collaborating on virtual identities in social network sites Abstract   HTML
Kerry Mallan, Natasha Giardina
Volume 22, Number 11 - 6 November 2017 Wikipedia: An opportunity to rethink the links between sources' credibility, trust, and authority Abstract   HTML
Gilles Sahut, André Tricot
Volume 20, Number 12 - 7 December 2015 Wikipedia: the difference between information acquisition and learning knowledge Abstract   HTML
J. Evans Ochola, Dorothy M. Persson, Lisa A. Schumacher, Mitchell D. Lingo
Volume 17, Number 9 - 3 September 2012 Wikis and Wikipedia as a teaching tool: Five years later Abstract   HTML
Piotr Konieczny
Volume 13 Number 10 - 6 October 2008 Wikiversity; or education meets the free culture movement: An ethnographic investigation Abstract   HTML
Norm Friesen, Janet Hopkins
Volume 6, Number 10 - 1 October 2001 Will E-books change the world? Abstract   HTML
Terje Hillesund
Volume 8, Number 9 - 1 September 2003 Wireless Internet connectivity for developing nations Abstract   HTML
Larry Press
Volume 18, Number 11 - 4 November 2013 Wireless organizing in Detroit: Churches as networked sites in under–resourced urban areas Abstract   HTML
Greta Byrum, Joshua Breitbart
Volume 20, Number 7 - 6 July 2015 With or without you: Connected viewing and co-viewing Twitter activity for traditional appointment and asynchronous broadcast television models Abstract   HTML
Matthew Pittman, Alec C. Tefertiller
Volume 14, Number 2 - 2 February 2009 Wordlings in a Web 2.0 world Abstract   HTML
Carolyne Lee
Volume 5, Number 7 - 3 July 2000 Workforce literacy in an information age: Policy recommendations for developing an equitable high-tech skills workforce Abstract   HTML
Joseph Slowinski
Volume 21, Number 2 - 1 February 2016 Working beyond the confines of academic discipline to resolve a real-world problem: A community of scientists discussing long-tail data in the cloud Abstract   HTML
Catherine F. Brooks, P. Bryan Heidorn, Gretchen R. Stahlman, Steven S. Chong
Volume 13, Number 2 - 4 February 2008 Writing Oneself, Writing the Presidential Campaign Abstract   HTML
Caroline Elizabeth Dadas
Volume 8, Number 9 - 1 September 2003 Writing photo captions for the Web Abstract   HTML
Yong Zhao
Volume 10, Number 5 - 2 May 2005 WSIS: Whose vision of an information society? Abstract   HTML
Ajit Pyati
Special Issue #8: A Web site with a view — The Third World on First Monday WSIS: Whose vision of an information society? (originally published in May 2005) Abstract   HTML
Ajit Pyati
Volume 16, Number 9 - 5 September 2011 You can’t build a car with just one wheel (why duplication may not be such a bad thing), and some limitations of Internet search/retrieval Abstract   HTML
David Zeitlyn
Volume 18, Number 7 - 1 July 2013 You followed my bot! Transforming robots into influential users in Twitter Abstract   HTML
Johnnatan Messias, Lucas Schmidt, Ricardo Oliveira, Fabrício Benevenuto
Volume 12 Number 11 - 5 November 2007 You have been poked: Exploring the uses and gratifications of Facebook among emerging adults Abstract   HTML
Brett A. Bumgarner
Volume 20, Number 3 - 2 March 2015 Youth, privacy and online media: Framing the right to privacy in public policy-making Abstract   HTML
Gry Hasselbalch Lapenta, Rikke Frank Jørgensen
Volume 20, Number 7 - 6 July 2015 YouTube pranking across cultures Abstract   HTML
Renee Hobbs, Silke Grafe
Volume 13 Number 5 - 5 May 2008 Ze Frank and the poetics of Web video Abstract   HTML
Michael Z. Newman
Volume 11, Number 5 — 1 May 2006 Zones of silence: A framework beyond the digital divide Abstract   HTML
Amelia Bryne Potter
Special Issue #8: A Web site with a view — The Third World on First Monday Zones of silence: A framework beyond the digital divide (originally published in May 2006) Abstract   HTML
Amelia Bryne Potter
Volume 18, Number 7 - 1 July 2013 Zooming into an Instagram City: Reading the local through social media Abstract   HTML
Nadav Hochman, Lev Manovich
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