The Journal of Social Media in Society

The Journal of Social Media in Society is devoted to scholarship and commentary on social media and its impact on society.
It is published by the Texas Social Media Research Institute (TSMRI).

Vol 4, No 1 (2015): The Journal of Social Media in Society

Table of Contents

Articles

Am I Disclosing Too Much? Student Perceptions of Teacher Credibility via Facebook PDF
Zuoming Wang, Hannah Novak, Heather Scofield-Snow, Sarah Traylor, YuanYuan Zhou
Social Media Discourse and Genetically Modified Organisms PDF
Katherine Munro, Christopher M Hartt, Gretchen Pohlkamp
Creating, Consuming, and Connecting: Examining the Relationship Between Social Media Engagement and Loneliness PDF
Matthew Pittman
The Looking Glass Lens: Self-concept Changes Due to Social Media Practices PDF
Julie M. Jones
Internet Dependency and Academic Performance PDF
Randy McCamey, Brooke Wilson, Joanna Shaw
Perceived Benefits of Participation in the “Class of” Facebook Pages PDF
Jamie Daugherty, Rebecca Broghammer, Andrea DeCosmo, Paul Giberson, Matthew Birnbaum

Book Reviews

Writing On the Wall: Social Media the First 2,000 Years PDF
Karley Anne Goen


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The Journal of Social Media in Society is published by the Texas Social Media Research Institute, based at Tarleton State University in Stephenville, Texas.