Keith N Hampton
Keith N Hampton
Professor, Dept. Media & Information, Michigan State University
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Does the Internet increase, decrease, or supplement social capital? Social networks, participation, and community commitment
B Wellman, AQ Haase, J Witte, K Hampton
American behavioral scientist 45 (3), 436-455, 2001
Social networking sites and our lives
K Hampton, LS Goulet, L Rainie, K Purcell
Pew Research Center, 2011
Neighboring in Netville: How the Internet supports community and social capital in a wired suburb
K Hampton, B Wellman
City & Community 2 (4), 277-311, 2003
The social affordances of the Internet for networked individualism
B Wellman, A Quan‐Haase, J Boase, W Chen, K Hampton, I Díaz, ...
Journal of Computer‐Mediated Communication 8 (3), 0-0, 2003
Capitalizing on the net: Social contact, civic engagement, and sense of community
A Quan-Haase, B Wellman, JC Witte, KN Hampton
The Internet in everyday life, 291-324, 2002
Living networked on and offline
B Wellman, K Hampton
Contemporary Sociology, 648-654, 1999
Long Distance Community in the Network Society Contact and Support Beyond Netville
K Hampton, B Wellman
American Behavioral Scientist 45 (3), 476-495, 2001
Simplifying the Personal Network Name Generator Alternatives to Traditional Multiple and Single Name Generators
A Marin, KN Hampton
Field Methods 19 (2), 163-193, 2007
Social isolation and new technology
KN Hampton, LF Sessions, EJ Her, L Rainie
Pew Internet & American Life Project, 2009
Social Media and the "Spiral of Silence"
KN Hampton, L Rainie, W Lu, M Dwyer, I Shin, K Purcell
Pew Research Center, 2014
How new media affords network diversity: Direct and mediated access to social capital through participation in local social settings
KN Hampton, C Lee, EJ Her
new media & society 13 (7), 1031-1049, 2011
Examining community in the digital neighborhood: early results from Canada’s wired suburb
K Hampton, B Wellman
Digital cities, 194-208, 2000
Core networks, social isolation, and new media: How Internet and mobile phone use is related to network size and diversity
KN Hampton, LF Sessions, EJ Her
Information, Communication & Society 14 (1), 130-155, 2011
Grieving for a Lost Network: Collective Action in a Wired Suburb
KN Hampton
The Information Society 19 (5), 417-428, 2003
The Not So Global Village of Netville
KN Hampton, B Wellman
The Internet in everyday life, 2001
Netville online and offline: Observing and surveying a wired suburb
KN Hampton, B Wellman
American behavioral scientist 43 (3), 475-492, 1999
The social life of wireless urban spaces: Internet use, social networks, and the public realm
KN Hampton, O Livio, L Sessions Goulet
Journal of communication 60 (4), 701-722, 2010
Why most Facebook users get more than they give
KN Hampton, LS Goulet, C Marlow, L Rainie
Pew Internet & American Life Project 3 (2012), 1-40, 2012
Community and social interaction in the wireless city: wi-fi use in public and semi-public spaces
KN Hampton, N Gupta
New Media & Society 10 (6), 831-850, 2008
Persistent and Pervasive Community: New Communication Technologies and the Future of Community
KN Hampton
American Behavioral Scientist 60 (1), 101-124, 2016
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