Social media and public health
How do Social media change the questions of Public health?
- Meeyoung Cha
- Munmun De Choudhury
- Eric Horvitz
- John W
- James Niels Rosenquist
- Mark Dredze
- Jukka Pekka Onnela
- James Fowler
- Alexandro Vespignani
- Commentary on trending now: future directions in digital media for the public health sector
- You are what you Tweet: Analyzing Twitter for public health.
Information seeking & sharing
- Seeking and Sharing Health Information Online: Comparing Search Engines and Social Media
- Malpractice and Malcontent: Analyzing Medical Complaints in Twitter
- Flu near you
- Investigating Twitter as a Source for Studying Behavioral Responses to Epidemics
Mental health and substance usage monitoring
- Predicting postpartum changes in emotion and behavior via social media
- Social media as a measurement tool of depression in populations
- Depressive Moods of Users Portrayed in Twitter
- Image and video disclosure of substance use on social media websites
- Everyday, Everywhere: Alcohol Marketing and Social Media—Current Trends
- Permissive Norms and Young Adults’ Alcohol and Marijuana Use: The Role of Online Communities
- Loneliness, anxiousness, and substance use as predictors of Facebook use
- Do College Students use Facebook to Communicate about Alcohol? An Analysis of Student Profile Pages
- Photos on Facebook : an exploratory study of their role in the social lives and drinking experiences of New Zealand university students : a thesis presented in partial fulfilment of the requirements for the degree of Master of Science in Psychology at Massey University, Wellington, New Zealand
- Discussing illicit drugs in public internet forums: visibility, stigma, and pseudonymity
- Drug Extraction from the Web: Summarizing Drug Experiences with Multi-Dimensional Topic Models
- Signs & Symptoms of Dextromethorphan Exposure from YouTube
- Monitoring regional alcohol consumption through social media
Search query-based methods
- US consumer interest in non-cigarette tobacco products spikes around the 2009 federal tobacco tax increase
- Digital Detection for Tobacco Control: Online Reactions to the United States’ 2009 Cigarette Excise Tax Increase
- A novel evaluation of World No Tobacco day in Latin America.
- Using Search Query Surveillance to Monitor Tax Avoidance and Smoking Cessation following the United States’ 2009 “SCHIP” Cigarette Tax Increase
- Seasonality in Seeking Mental Health Information on Google
- Tracking the Rise in Popularity of Electronic Nicotine Delivery Systems (Electronic Cigarettes) Using Search Query Surveillance
Marketing and health promotion
- Consumer behaviour for wine 2.0: A review since 2003 and future directions
- Youth drinking cultures, social networking and alcohol marketing: implications for public health
- Competing Voices: Marketing and Counter-Marketing Alcohol on Twitter
- Online social networking sites—a novel setting for health promotion?
- Exploring industry driven marketing influences on young people who drink alcohol - maybe not really about social media.
- Alcohol brands on Facebook: the challenges of regulating brands on social media
- Exposure of Children and Adolescents to Alcohol Marketing on Social Media Websites
Public health campaigns
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