Items by Marder, Ben
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Marder, B., Joinson, A., Shankar, A. and Thirlaway, K., 2016. Strength matters:self-presentation to the strongest audience rather than lowest common denominator when faced with multiple audiences in social network sites. Computers in Human Behavior, 61, pp. 52-62. Item availability may be restricted.
Marder, B., Joinson, A., Shankar, A. and Houghton, D., 2016. The extended ‘chilling effect’ of Facebook:the cold reality of ubiquitous social networking. Computers in Human Behavior, 60, pp. 582-592. Item availability may be restricted.
Marder, B., Houghton, D., Joinson, A., Shankar, A. and Eleanor, B., 2016. Understanding the psychological process of avoidance-based self-regulation on Facebook. Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking, 19 (5), pp. 321-327.
Griffiths, C., Panteli, N., Brunton, D., Marder, B. and Williamson, H., 2014. Designing and evaluating the acceptability of Realshare:an online support community for teenagers and young adults with cancer. Journal of Health Psychology, 20 (12), pp. 1589-1601.
Panteli, N., Marder, B., Davenport, J.H. and Nemetz, F., 2014. Travelling through facebook:Exploring affordances through the Lens of age. In: ECIS 2014 Proceedings - 22nd European Conference on Information Systems, 2014-06-09 - 2014-06-11.
Marder, B., 2012. Saving Face on Facebook: Managing Impressions in the Presence of Multiple Audiences on Social Network Sites. Thesis (Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)). University of Bath.
Marder, B., Joinson, A. and Shankar, A., 2012. Every post you make, every pic you take, I'll be watching you: Behind social spheres on facebook. In: 45th Hawaii International Conference on System Science (HICSS), 2012. IEEE, pp. 859-868.