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The Future of Free Speech, Trolls, Anonymity and Fake News Online | Pew Research Center
"Many experts fear uncivil and manipulative behaviors on the internet will persist – and may get worse. This will lead to a splintering of social media into AI-patrolled and regulated ‘safe spaces’ separated from free-for-all zones. Some worry this will hurt the open exchange of ideas and compromise privacy"
online  trolling  behavior  social-media  propaganda 
june 2017 by tsuomela
Ruin | Boston Review
Review of So You've Been Publicly Shamed by Jon Ronson.
book  review  online  internet  behavior  social-media  shaming  shame  phenomenology  experience 
april 2015 by tsuomela
Monica Lewinsky: The price of shame | Talk Video | TED.com
""Public shaming as a blood sport has to stop," says Monica Lewinsky. In 1998, she says, “I was Patient Zero of losing a personal reputation on a global scale almost instantaneously.” Today, the kind of online public shaming she went through has become constant — and can turn deadly. In a brave talk, she takes a hard look at our online culture of humiliation, and asks for a different way."
video  online  bullying  behavior  shame  fame  publicity  politics  scandal 
march 2015 by tsuomela
If everyone’s an idiot, guess who’s a jerk? – Eric Schwitzgebel – Aeon
"Are you surrounded by fools? Are you the only reasonable person around? Then maybe you’re the one with the jerkitude"
philosophy  ethics  behavior  psychology  class  jerks 
july 2014 by tsuomela
International Studies Association proposes to bar editors from blogging | Inside Higher Ed
"The political science blogosphere has erupted in protest after the International Studies Association unveiled a proposal to bar members affiliated with its scholarly journal from doing just that -- blogging."
weblog  behavior  scholarly-communication  academia  political-science 
january 2014 by tsuomela
Tim Harford — Article — Casinos’ worrying knack for consumer manipulation
"Yet it is hard for a free-market enthusiast like me to look unblinkingly at Las Vegas, at row upon row of machines, designed by an elite and needing little human intervention, drawing in consumers, soothing them, entertaining them and eating their money – and not to feel that the invisible hand has slipped."
economics  behavior  psychology  addiction  gambling 
january 2014 by tsuomela
Why We Engage: How Theories of Human Behavior Contribute to Our Understanding of Civic Engagement in a Digital Era by Eric Gordon, Jessica Baldwin-Philippi, Martina Balestra :: SSRN
"We present this literature review as a means of exploring the intersection of theories of human behavior with the motivations for and benefits of engaging in civic life. We bring together literature from behavioral economics, sociology, psychology and communication studies to reveal how civic actors, institutions, and decision-making processes have been traditionally understood, and how emerging media tools and practices are forcing their reconsideration. "
literature-review  human  behavior  digital  engagement 
november 2013 by tsuomela
Evgeny Morozov: Two Cheers for Boredom : The New Yorker
Paywall - article on boredom and online overload by Evgeny Morozov
boredom  online  behavior  information-overload 
october 2013 by tsuomela
One, none and one hundred thousand profiles | Pepe | First Monday
"Uno, Nessuno, Centomila (One, No One and One Hundred Thousand) is a classic novel by Italian playwright Luigi Pirandello. Published in 1925, it recounts the tragedy of Vitangelo Moscarda, a man who struggles to reclaim a coherent and unitary identity for himself in the face of an inherently social and multi–faceted world. What would Moscarda identity tragedy look like today? In this article we transplant Moscarda’s identity play from its off–line setting to the contemporary arena of social media and online social networks. With reference to established theories on identity construction, performance, and self–presentation, we re–imagine how Moscarda would go about defending the integrity of his selfhood in the face of the discountenancing influences of the online world. "
online  behavior  psychology  literature  identity  social-media  profile 
july 2013 by tsuomela
A normative explanation of antisocial punishment
"While much research shows that people punish free-riders, recent studies find evidence that people also engage in antisocial punishment. That is, they sometimes punish those who contribute generously to collective actions. Such sanctioning is puzzling because generous individuals increase the welfare of all group members. When and why are such individuals punished? In this paper, we propose that descriptive norms are part of the explanation. People may sanction those whose behavior is atypical – even when that behavior benefits the group. We test our theory with a laboratory experiment. We examine the effect of descriptive norms on sanctioning of generous and stingy deviants and find that descriptive norms encourage antisocial punishment, but not punishment of free-riders."
social-psychology  norms  behavior  conformity  altruism  sharing  community  pro-social  anti-social 
july 2013 by tsuomela
Why good deeds don’t go unpunished | Ars Technica
"So it appears that nonconformity is a bit of a double-standard, at least under these specific circumstances. We always dislike free-riders, but we will also punish cooperators when their behavior is particularly atypical."
social-psychology  norms  behavior  conformity  altruism  sharing  community 
july 2013 by tsuomela
Datavyu
"Datavyu accommodates your needs. You decide how you want to code your video, audio, physiology, motion, or eye tracking data. Power users can write scripts in the Ruby programming language and use the power of the R statistical programming environment to extend Datavyu's functionality."
software  java  open-source  video  research  coding  behavior  psychology  development 
july 2013 by tsuomela
Surveillance: Should the government know less than Google? | The Economist
"We need to think coherently about what we find scary here. The problem isn't so much that we haven't set up a legal architecture to preserve our online privacy from the government; it's that we haven't set up a legal architecture to preserve our online privacy from anyone at all. If we don't have laws and regulations that create meaningful zones of online privacy from corporations, the attempt to create online privacy from the government will be an absurdity."
surveillance  privacy  online  behavior  internet  spying  government  business 
june 2013 by tsuomela
Why I never give straight answers
"I realized that we were “over-schooling” the students. Given today’s technology, we need to give fewer answers to the students, not more. Though this may sound ironic, I think that students should spend less time in a classroom today than they did in the industrial era."
education  teaching  pedagogy  students  behavior  dependence 
june 2013 by tsuomela
Teens, Social Media, and Privacy | Pew Research Center's Internet & American Life Project
"Teens are sharing more information about themselves on social media sites than they have in the past, but they are also taking a variety of technical and non-technical steps to manage the privacy of that information. Despite taking these privacy-protective actions, teen social media users do not express a high level of concern about third-parties (such as businesses or advertisers) accessing their data; just 9% say they are “very” concerned."
privacy  teenager  children  internet  behavior  online 
may 2013 by tsuomela
If You Wear Google's New Glasses You Are An Asshole
"By donning Google Glass, you, the Google Glass user, are volunteering to be a foot soldier in Google's asshole army. (In fact you're paying for the privilege.) You are saying that anyone who comes into your line of sight must agree to be possibly filmed, photographed, or otherwise data-mined, not just for your own convenience but to further Google's quest for total world domination. Wearing Google Glass automatically means that all social interaction you have must be not just on yours, but Google's terms."
google-glass  privacy  behavior  technology-effects  technology-critique  surveillance 
march 2013 by tsuomela
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