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|Effects of gender and tie strength on Twitter interactions||HTML|
|Funda Kivran-Swaine, Samuel Brody, Mor Naaman|
|Studying fan activities on Twitter: Reflections on methodological issues emerging from a case study on The West Wing fandom||HTML|
|Inger-Lise Kalviknes Bore, Jonathan Hickman|
|Natural disasters and Twitter: Thinking from both sides of the tweet||HTML|
|The benefits and burdens of network diversity: Political engagement on social networking sites||HTML|
|Weiai Wayne Xu, Michael A. Stefanone, Jian Raymond Rui|
|Rational reflections: An illustrative examination of news Web sites in two countries as workers reach towards digitally mediated changes||HTML|
|Phil M. MacGregor|
|Exploring gender differences in Malaysian urban adolescent Internet usage||HTML|
|Patrick C-H Soh, Boon Heng Teh, Yong Hoe Hong, Tze San Ong, John P. Charlton|
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