What impact has social media had on our world?
To mark the Social Media Day and Weeks of 2016, we are pleased to bring you a new free collection of articles exploring the many ways social media has influenced all fields of academic research.
Finding the articles of most relevance to your work is easy: we have divided all research into subject areas. You can read the full collection, or explore your section of choice by clicking on the links below.
Do you live in a digital neighbourhood? Were tweeted updates from the Sydney siege helpful? Find out more here.
From forbidden love to selfie culture – read how social media impacts the Arts and Humanities.
What makes you click? And what is the difference between cyberstalking and off-line stalking? Find out more here.
Did you know geo-located Twitter can be used as proxy for global mobility patterns? Learn all about social media's impact on Biological, Earth & Environmental Sciences.
From innovative pedagogical approaches to new academic and professional developments - read how social media impacts Education.
From the transformation of activist communication online to cyberbyllying and cross-cultural adaptation, read how social media impacts Media Studies and Communication.
Have you always wondered about the differences between Facebook and Twitter users or the trends and patters of emotions in social networking? Explore key research from our Science, Technology & Medicine journals today.
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Learn more on e-crime, scalable sociality, online content creation and other results of social media's influence on Social Sciences.