Social Computing

As the quantity of data captured about and shared by individuals has exploded over the last decade, there has been a resurgence of interest in information technologies – such as social networking platforms, collaborative filtering and reputation management systems – that facilitate social interaction among individuals. With the recognition that Social Computing straddles research at the intersection of social behavior and computing technologies, we would like to encourage papers that approach this topic from a plurality of research methods and perspectives. This track welcomes submissions that explore how these Social Computing technologies have transformed how people work, communicate, and play together.

Track Chairs:
Nanda Kumar, City University of New York nanda.kumar@baruch.cuny.edu
Sara Moussawi, Carnegie Mellon University smoussaw@andrew.cmu.edu
Schedule

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2021
Monday, August 9th
12:00 AM

Debunking Misinformation Using a Game Theoretic Approach

Naga Vemprala, University of Portland
Naveen Gudigantala, University of Portland
Raj Chaganti, ExpediaGroup Inc

12:00 AM

Exploring the Determinants of Customer Loyalty to Internet-Only Bank Services

Ya-Ling Wu, Tamkang University
Kai-Hsien Chen, Tamkang University

12:00 AM

Information Asymmetry on Cryptocurrency Trading: The Spillover Effect and Quality of Social Sentiment.

kwansoo kim, Institut Mines-Telecom Business school
Nabyla DAIDJ, Institut Mines Télécom Business School

12:00 AM

Leaders in Extreme Contexts: An Exploratory Analysis of U.S. Leaders’ Tweets

Michael Matthews, University of Oklahoma
Sun-Young (Sunny) Whang, University of Oklahoma
Pascal Nitiema, University of Oklahoma
Bachazile L. Sikhondze, University of Oklahoma
Dawei Wang, University of Michigan at Dearborn

12:00 AM

Online Communities and Dating apps: The effects of social presence, trust, and Covid-19

Gabriel O. Diaz, Dalhousie University
Colin Conrad, Dalhousie University

12:00 AM

Professionally-Oriented Social Network Sites and the Need for Self-Promotion: The role of Profile Features

Morteza Mashayekhy, Rider University
Fariba Nosrati, Ramapo College of New Jersey

12:00 AM

Psychological Antecedents and Consequences of Online Romance Scam Victimization Fear

Nabid Alam, University of North Carolina at Greensboro
Gurpreet Dhillon, IS and Supply Chain Management
Tiago Oliveira, NOVA Information Management School (NOVA IMS)

12:00 AM

Replication Study Evaluating SNS Continuance in the South Korean Context

Aaron M. French, Kennesaw State University
Gayathri Devaraj, Kennesaw State University

12:00 AM

Robust Action in Cross-Platform Communication by Ideological Groups: The Dark Side of Digital Activism

Shaila M. Miranda, University of Oklahoma
Bachazile L. Sikhondze, University of Oklahoma
Matthew Jensen, University of Oklahoma
Marina Mery, University of Oklahoma
Divya Patel, University of Oklahoma
Shane Connelly, University of Oklahoma

12:00 AM

Seeding for Complementary Campaign Objectives in Social Networks

Artur Karczmarczyk, Westpomeranian University of Technology in Szczecin
Jarosław Wątróbski, University of Szczecin
Jaroslaw Jankowski, West Pomeranian University of Technology

12:00 AM

“Stonks to the Moon”: Evidence from Reddit posts and Corresponding Market Manipulation

Nakul R. Padalkar, Georgetown University

12:00 AM

Trust and Self-disclosure on Social Networking Sites based on different Self-concepts

Asim Shrestha, Arkansas Tech University
Anjee Gorkhali, Susquehanna University

12:00 AM