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ItemWhat our survey found about effective COVID-19 communications in Asian Australian communitiesShin, W ; Song, J (Asia Institute, University of Melbourne, 2021-02-12)
ItemSouth Korea and Australia: 60 years of diplomatic history, 110 years of human storiesSong, J ; Gustafsson, R ; Choi, D ; Shin, W (Asia Institute, University of Melbourne, 2021-11-05)
ItemWhen Facebook Becomes a Part of the Self: How Do Motives for Using Facebook Influence Privacy Management?Kang, H ; Shin, W (FRONTIERS MEDIA SA, 2021-12-16)This study examines how three different motivations for using an SNS (i.e., self-expression, belonging, and memory archiving) influence multi-facets of privacy boundary management on the platform mediated by self-extension to it. In recognition of the fact that information management on SNSs often goes beyond the "disclosure-withdrawal" dichotomy, the study investigates the relationships between the three SNS motives and privacy boundary management strategies (i.e., collective boundary and boundary turbulence management). An online survey with Facebook users (N = 305) finds that the three Facebook motivations are positively correlated to users' self-extension to Facebook. The motivations for using Facebook are positively associated with the management of different layers of privacy boundaries (i.e., basic, sensitive, and highly sensitive), when Facebook self-extension is mediated. In addition, the three motives have indirect associations with potential boundary turbulence management mediated by Facebook self-extension. Extending the classic idea that privacy is deeply rooted in the self, the study demonstrates that perceiving an SNS as part of the self-system constitutes a significant underlying psychological factor that explains the linkage between motives for using SNSs and privacy management.
ItemWhat social media platforms can and should do to build young Asian Australians’ resilience against online racismWang, WY ; Song, J ; Shin, W (Asia Institute, University of Melbourne, 2021-11-29)