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The Dark Side of Social Media

The Dark Side of Social Media

The purpose of this Internet Research Special Issue ‘The Dark Side of Social Media’ is to provide a venue for critical academic research focusing on the adverse aspects of social media.


Coping with Mobile Technology Overload in the Workplace,Investigating Microblogging Addiction Tendency through the Lens of Uses and Gratifications Theory,Is my Fear of Missing Out (FOMO) Causing Fatigue? Advertising, Social Media Fatigue, and the Implications for Consumers and Brands,Online moral disengagement and hostile emotions in discussions on hosting immigrants,Social Media’s Have-Nots: An Era of Social Disenfranchisement,The bidirectional mistrust – Callers’ online discussions about their experiences of using the national telephone advice service ,The Dark Side of News Community Forums: Opinion Manipulation Trolls,The Dark Side of Social Media – And Fifty Shades of Grey Introduction to the Special Issue: The Dark Side of Social Media,Tolerating and managing extreme speech on social media,When social media traumatizes teens: the roles of online risk exposure, coping, and post-traumatic stress

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