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Social Network Games Research & Results

Posted by Kelly

For the last two years, Mia Consalvo and I have been doing research on social network games and families, and Mia and Irene Serrano have been working on SNG’s and cheating (predominantly Facebook at the moment). We have each presented our work at different conferences, and (finally) published the results of our work – references and links below for anyone interested =)

Pre-print Journal articles:

Boudreau, K., & Consalvo, M. (2014). Families and social network gamesInformation, Communication & Society. DOI:10.1080/1369118X.2014.882964.

Serrano, I., & Consalvo, M. (2013). Cheating in social network games. New Media & Society. DOI:10.1177/1461444813516835.

Conference papers:

Consalvo, M., & Serrano, I. (2014). Cheating, Social Network Games & the Importance of Platforms. Presented at HICSS – Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences. University of Hawai’i at Manoa, January 7-9, 2014.

Boudreau K., & Consalvo, M. (2013). Strengthening Offline Ties Online: Social Media, Games & Family BondingSocial Media and Society: 2013 International Conference, Dalhousie University, Halifax, NS. September 14-15, 2013.