• Data-rich document geotagging using geodesic grids 

    Wing, Benjamin Patai (2011-05)
    This thesis investigates automatic geolocation (i.e. identification of the location, expressed as latitude/longitude coordinates) of documents. Geolocation can be an effective means of summarizing large document collections ...
  • Global brands’ social media presence and control 

    Ok, Chang Bong (2011-05)
    This paper seeks to investigate leading global brands‘ social media presence. The analysis of the Interbrand’s 100 Best Global Brands (2010) social media pages was conducted in the current study. Based on Kaplan & Haenlein‘s ...
  • How dangerous is Wikipedia? : the impact of exposure to internet-based instructional material on selected Rorschach variables 

    Carver, Tracy Ann (2014-05)
    This study investigated differences in R-PAS variables among two groups of participants, those who studied a Wikipedia article with information about the Rorschach (N=44) and those who did not (N=42). This study utilized ...
  • Information triage : dual-process theory in credibility judgments of web-based resources 

    Aumer-Ryan, Paul R. (2010-05)
    This dissertation describes the credibility judgment process using social psychological theories of dual-processing, which state that information processing outcomes are the result of an interaction “between a fast, ...
  • Online use 

    Rashidian, Peyman (2016-05)
    Today’s social network sites give consumers control over producing, circulating and consuming content, thus allowing platforms such as Facebook, YouTube, and Wikipedia to compete with bigger media (i.e., television, ...