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 5, No 2 (2016): The Journal of Social Media in Society

Table of Contents

Articles

The Influence of Snapchat on Interpersonal Relationship Development and Human Communication PDF
Justin C Velten, Rauf Arif 5-43
Corporate Social Media: Understanding the Impact of Service Quality & Social Value on Customer Behavior PDF
Regina Connolly, Murray Scott, William DeLone 44-74
Twitter Diplomacy? A Content Analysis of Eight U.S. Embassies’ Twitter Feeds PDF
Meghan Sobel, Daniel Riffe, Joe Bob Hester 75-107
When Image Isn’t Everything: The Effects of Instagram Frames on Social Comparison PDF
Jennifer Lewallen 108-133
Principals’ Perspectives on Social Media in Schools PDF
Kasey Powers, Marybeth Green 134-168
Framing On Facebook: Examining an Issues Management Approach to Obesity PDF
Shereen Sarthou McCall, Sora Kim, John Brummette 169-201
“Actually Having Conversations and Talking to People”: Defining Social Media Engagement PDF
Curt Gilstrap, Nigel Holderby 202-225

Essays

From Underground ‘Sutta’ to Mainstream ‘Kolaveri di’: Understanding Social Media through Changing Perceptions of Popular Music in the Indian Subcontinent PDF
Vikas Jain 226-244


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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.