Philip Mai
Philip Mai
Senior Researcher and Co-Director of Social Media Lab
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Framework for managing the COVID-19 infodemic: methods and results of an online, crowdsourced WHO technical consultation
V Tangcharoensathien, N Calleja, T Nguyen, T Purnat, M D’Agostino, ...
Journal of medical Internet research 22 (6), e19659, 2020
Going viral: How a single tweet spawned a COVID-19 conspiracy theory on Twitter
A Gruzd, P Mai
Big Data & Society 7 (2), 2053951720938405, 2020
Is happiness contagious online? A case of Twitter and the 2010 Winter Olympics
A Gruzd, S Doiron, P Mai
System Sciences (HICSS), 2011 44th Hawaii International Conference on, 1-9, 2011
The state of social media in Canada 2017
A Gruzd, J Jacobson, P Mai, E Dubois
Gruzd, Jacobson, Mai, & Dubois.(2018). The State of Social Media in Canada, 2017
Social media for social good or evil: An introduction
J Hemsley, J Jacobson, A Gruzd, P Mai
Social Media+ Society 4 (3), 2056305118786719, 2018
The state of social media in Canada 2020
A Gruzd, P Mai
Available at SSRN 3651206, 2020
Understanding communities in an age of social media: the good, the bad, and the complicated
A Gruzd, J Jacobson, B Wellman, P Mai
Information, Communication & Society 19 (9), 1187-1193, 2016
Inoculating against an infodemic: A Canada-wide COVID-19 news, social media, and misinformation survey
A Gruzd, P Mai
Social Media, and Misinformation Survey (May 11, 2020), 2020
A how-to for using Netlytic to collect and analyze social media data: A case study of the use of Twitter during the 2014 Euromaidan Revolution in Ukraine
A Gruzd, P Mai, A Kampen
The Sage Handbook of Social Media Research Methods. London: Sage Publications, 2016
Measuring the impact of pharmacoepidemiologic research using altmetrics: A case study of a CNODES drug‐safety article
JM Gamble, RL Traynor, A Gruzd, P Mai, CR Dormuth, IS Sketris
Pharmacoepidemiology and drug safety 29, 93-102, 2020
Mapping out violence against women of influence on Twitter using the cyber–lifestyle routine activity theory
P Kumar, A Gruzd, P Mai
American behavioral scientist 65 (5), 689-711, 2021
Networked influence: An introduction
J Jacobson, A Gruzd, P Kumar, P Mai
Social Media+ Society 5 (3), 2056305119865473, 2019
Social media and society: Introduction to the special issue
A Gruzd, J Jacobson, B Wellman, PH Mai
American Behavioral Scientist 61 (7), 647-652, 2017
Communalytic: A research tool for studying online communities and online discourse
A Gruzd, P Mai
The state of social media in Canada 2022
P Mai, A Gruzd
Social Media Lab, Toronto Metropolitan University. https://doi. org/10.6084 …, 2022
Studying anti-social behaviour on Reddit with Communalytic
A Gruzd, P Mai, Z Vahedi
The SAGE Handbook of Social Media Research Methods, 503-520, 2020
Survey results highlights: Trends in scholarly communication and knowledge dissemination in the age of social media
A Gruzd, M Goertzen, P Mai
Halifax, NS, Canada, 2012
Social media privacy in Canada
A Gruzd, J Jacobson, P Mai, E Dubois
Available at SSRN 3195503, 2018
How coordinated link sharing behavior and partisans’ narrative framing fan the spread of COVID-19 misinformation and conspiracy theories
A Gruzd, P Mai, FB Soares
Social Network Analysis and Mining 12 (1), 118, 2022
I click, therefore I am: Predicting clicktivist-like actions on Candidates’ facebook posts during the 2016 US primary election
MED Valle, A Wanless-Berk, A Gruzd, P Mai
Networks, Hacking, and Media–CITA MS@ 30: Now and Then and Tomorrow, 137-154, 2018
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