[Air-L] CSCW Workshop CFP: Reconciling Privacy with Social Media
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CSCW Workshop: Reconciling Privacy with Social Media
February 12, 2012
Full Details: http://phitlab.host22.com/cscw2012privacyworkshop.html
Call for Participation
Much research on privacy in social media has focused on limiting personal information disclosure, increasing control, and perpetuating social withdrawal. Therefore, privacy goals are often characterized as diametrically opposed to goals of sharing and connecting via social media. However, privacy can also be characterized as a broader process where individuals and groups coordinate social interaction with others. In this broader conceptualization, privacy behavior moves beyond binary decisions to withhold or disclose and becomes an interactional process that involves the cooperation of others in the relationship. The goal of this workshop is to explore privacy in broader contexts and to understand its relationship to the benefits of social media and the support of online cooperative relationships.
The workshop will focus on two main themes: Focusing on the benefits and outcomes of interactional privacy behaviors in social media environments, and emphasizing design and evaluation solutions for bringing such benefits to fruition.
We invite potential workshop participants to submit 2-4 page position papers that describe research related to the workshop themes. The deadline for submission is November 25.
Please see the workshop website athttp://phitlab.host22.com/cscw2012privacyworkshop.html for more information.
Heather Richter Lipford, University of North Carolina at Charlotte
Pamela Wisniewski, University of North Carolina at Charlotte
Cliff Lampe, University of Michigan
Lorraine Kisselburgh, Purdue University
Kelly Caine, Indiana University Bloomington
Coye Cheshire, University of California Berkeley
Catherine Dwyer, Pace University
Woodrow Hartzog, Samford University
Adam Joinson, University of Bath
Jen King, University of California Berkeley
Airi Lampinen, Helsinki Institute for Information Technology HIIT & University of Helsinki
Deirdre Mulligan, University of California Berkeley
Fred Stutzman, Carnegie Mellon University
Janice Tsai, Microsoft
Michael Zimmer, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
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