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  Detection and resolution of rumours in social media: A Survey
Zubiaga A., Aker A., Bontcheva K., Liakata M., Procter R. ACM Computing Surveys 51(2): 1-36, 2018.  Type: Article

Unverified information can spread on the web and influence public opinion before it is eventually verified as true or false. Such rumors eventually evolve during reiterated transmission, and often accompany fake news. The use of social...
Mar 30 2022  
  Digital wildfires: propagation, verification, regulation, and responsible innovation
Webb H., Burnap P., Procter R., Rana O., Stahl B., Williams M., Housley W., Edwards A., Jirotka M. ACM Transactions on Information Systems 34(3): 1-23, 2016.  Type: Article

“Digital wildfire” describes the rapid spread of “rumor and false/malicious information.” The authors provide an excellent review of research concerning how this occurs and where the gaps are in ...
May 25 2016  
  Configuring user-designer relations: interdisciplinary perspectives
Voss A., Hartswood M., Procter R., Rouncefield M., Slack R., Büscher M., Springer Publishing Company, Incorporated, 2008. 262 pp.  Type: Book (9781846289248)

As stated by the editors on the back cover:...
Jan 13 2009  
  The politics of intranet usability: can one size fit all?
Gallacher S., Williams R., Procter R. In The usability business. New York, NY: Springer-Verlag New York, Inc., 2001.  Type: Book Chapter

This case study report of a bank introducing a new training system reminds us that personalities, institutional policies, and previous commitments affect technological advances. People inside the bank wanted to justify installing an in...
Jun 16 2003  
  User participation in standards setting--the panacea?
Jakobs K. (ed), Procter R., Williams R. StandardView 6(2): 85-89, 1998.  Type: Article

Contrary to the general trend of trying to increase user participation in the standards development process, the authors argue that “user participation at all costs does not achieve much; in fact, may be counterproductive due...
Aug 1 1999  

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