Publications

Social Media or Social Inequality: Trump’s ‘Unexpected’ Election

Keith N. Hampton
In Pablo J. Boczkowski & Zizi Papacharissi (Eds) Trump and The Media. MIT Press. in press.

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Studying the Digital: Directions and Challenges for Digital Methods.

Keith N. Hampton
Annual Review of Sociology 43, 167-188. 2017.

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Beyond the Power of Networks: Differentiating Network Structure from Social Media Affordances for Perceived Social Support.

Weixu Lu and Keith N. Hampton
New Media & Society. 19(6), 861-879. 2017.

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Social Media and Political Discussion: When Online Presence Silences Offline Conversation.

Keith N. Hampton, Inyoung Shin and Weixu Lu
Information, Communication & Society. 20(7), 1090-1107. 2017

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Why is Helping Behavior Declining in the United States but not in Canada: Ethnic Diversity, New Technologies and other Explanations.

Keith N. Hampton
City & Community 15(4), 380-399. 2016.

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Digital Media and Stress: The Cost of Caring 2.0.

Keith N. Hampton, Weixu Lu and Inyoung Shin
Information, Communication & Society 19(9), 1267-1286. 2016.

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Persistent and Pervasive Community: New Communication Technologies and the Future of Community.

Keith N. Hampton
American Behavioral Scientist 60(1), 101-124. 2016.

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Change in the Social Life of Urban Public Spaces: The Rise of Mobile Phones and Women, and the Decline of Aloneness Over 30 Years.

Keith N. Hampton, Lauren Sessions Goulet, and Garrett Albanesius
Urban Studies 52(8), 1489-1504. 2015

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Social Media and the Cost of Caring.

Keith N Hampton, Lee Rainie, Weixu Lu, Inyoung Shin, and Kristen Purcell
Pew Research. 2015

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Social Media and the ‘Spiral of Silence’.

Keith N Hampton, Lee Rainie, Weixu Lu, Maria Dwyer, Inyoung Shin, and Kristen Purcell
Pew Research. 2014

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Testing the Validity of Social Capital Measures in the Study of Information and Communication Technologies.

Lora Appel, Punit Dadlani, Maria Dwyer, Keith N. Hampton, Vanessa Kitzie, Ziad A. Matni, Patricia Moore, and Rannie Teodoro
Information, Communication and Society 17(4), 398-416. 2014

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Explaining Communication Displacement and Large-Scale Social Change in Core Networks: A Cross-National Comparison of Why Bigger is Not Better and Less Can Mean More.

Keith N. Hampton and Richard Ling
Information, Communication and Society 16(4), 561-589. 2013.

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Bridging the Divide in Democratic Engagement: Studying Conversation Patterns in Advantaged and Disadvantaged Communities.

Samah Gad, Naren Ramakrishnam, Keith N. Hampton, and Andrea Kavanaugh
ASE/IEEE International Conference on Social Informatics. 2012.

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Why Most Facebook Users Get More Than They Give: The Effect of Facebook "Power Users" on Everybody Else.

Keith N. Hampton, Lauren Sessions Goulet, Cameron Marlow, and Lee Rainie 
Pew Internet & American Life Project. 2012.

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How New Media Affords Network Diversity: Direct and Mediated Access to Social Capital Through Participation in Local Social Settings.

Keith N. Hampton, Chul-joo Lee, and Eun Ja Her
New Media & Society 13(7), 1031-1049. 2011.

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Social Networking Sites and Our Lives: How People’s Trust, Personal Relationships, and Civic and Political Involvement are Connected to Their Use of Social Networking Sites and other Technologies.

Keith N. Hampton, Lauren Sessions Goulet, Lee Rainie, and Kristen Purcell 
Pew Internet & American Life Project. 2011.

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Comparing Bonding and Bridging Ties for Democratic Engagement: Everyday Use of Communication Technologies within Social Networks for Civic and Civil Behaviors.

Keith N. Hampton
Information, Communication and Society 14(4), 510-528. 2011.

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Core Networks, Social Isolation, and New Media: Internet and Mobile Phone Use, Network Size, and Diversity.

Keith N. Hampton, Lauren F. Sessions, and Eun Ja Her
Information, Communication and Society 14(1), 130-155. 2011.

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The Social Life of Wireless Urban Spaces: Internet Use, Social Networks, and the Public Realm.

Keith N. Hampton, Oren Livio, and Lauren Sessions
Journal of Communication 60(4), 701-722. 2010.

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Photo Essay: The Social Life of Wireless Urban Spaces.

Keith N. Hampton, Oren Livio, Craig Trachtenberg, and Rhonda McEwen
Contexts 9(4), 52-57. 2010.

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Internet Use and the Concentration of Disadvantage: Glocalization and the Urban Underclass.

Keith N. Hampton
American Behavioral Scientist 53(8), 1111-1132. 2010.

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Social Isolation and New Technology: How the Internet and Mobile Phones Impact Americans' Social Networks.

Keith N. Hampton, Lauren Sessions, Eun Ja Her, & Lee Rainie
Pew Internet & American Life Project. 2009.

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Community and Social Interaction in the Wireless City: Wi-Fi use in Public and Semi-Public Spaces.

Keith N. Hampton and Neeti Gupta 
New Media & Society 10(6), 831-850. 2008.

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Neighborhoods in the Network Society: The e-Neighbors study.

Keith N. Hampton
Information, Communication, and Society 10(5), 714-748. 2007.

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Simplifying the Personal Network Name Generator: Alternatives to Traditional Multiple and Single Name Generators.

Alexandra Marin and Keith N. Hampton
Field Methods 19(2), 163-193. 2007.

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Grieving For a Lost Network: Collective Action in a Wired Suburb.

Keith N. Hampton
The Information Society 19(5), 1-13. 2003.

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Neighboring in Netville: How the Internet Supports Community and Social Capital in a Wired Suburb

Keith N. Hampton and Barry Wellman
City and Community 2(4), 277-311. 2003.

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Place-Based and IT Mediated "Community"

Keith N. Hampton
Planning Theory & Practice 3(2), 228-231. 2002.

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Long Distance Community in the Network Society: Contact and Support Beyond Netville

Keith N. Hampton and Barry Wellman
American Behavioral Scientist 45(3), 477-496. 2001.

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Does the Internet Increase, Decrease, or Supplement Social Capital?: Social Networks, Participation, and Community Commitment.

Anabel Quan Hasse, Barry Wellman, James Witte, & Keith N. Hampton
American Behavioral Scientist, 45(3), 436-455. 2001.

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Living the Wired Life in the Wired Suburb: Netville, Glocalization and Civil Society.

Keith N. Hampton
Doctoral dissertation, Department of Sociology, University of Toronto. 2001.

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Broadband Neighborhoods - Connected Communities.

Keith N. Hampton
In Julie Jacko and Andrew Sears. CHI2001 Extended Abstracts. New York: ACM, 301-302. 2001

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Examining Community in the Digital Neighbourhood: Early Results from Canada's Wired Suburb

Keith N. Hampton and Barry Wellman
In Toru Ishida and Katherine Isbister (Eds.). Digital Cities: Technologies, Experiences, and Future Perspectives. Lecture Notes in Computer Science 1765. Heidelberg: Springer-Verlag, 194-208. 2000.

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Netville On-Line and Off-Line: Observing and Surveying a Wired Suburb.

Keith N. Hampton and Barry Wellman
American Behavioral Scientist 43(3), 475-492. 1999.

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Living Networked On and Off Line.

Barry Wellman & Keith N. Hampton
Contemporary Sociology 28(6), 648-654. 1999.

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Computer Assisted Interviewing: The Design and Application of Survey Software to the Wired Suburb Project.

Keith N. Hampton
Bulletin de Methode Sociologique (BMS) 62, 49-68. 1999.

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