Milad Mirbabaie
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Social media analytics–Challenges in topic discovery, data collection, and data preparation
S Stieglitz, M Mirbabaie, B Ross, C Neuberger
International journal of information management 39, 156-168, 2018
2902018
Sense‐making in social media during extreme events
S Stieglitz, D Bunker, M Mirbabaie, C Ehnis
Journal of Contingencies and Crisis Management 26 (1), 4-15, 2018
742018
Sensemaking in social media crisis communication–A case study on the Brussels Bombings in 2016
M Mirbabaie, E Zapatka
European Conference on Information Systems, 2169, 2017
432017
Communication roles in public events
M Mirbabaie, C Ehnis, S Stieglitz, D Bunker
Working Conference on Information Systems and Organizations, 207-218, 2014
332014
Sensemaking and communication roles in social media crisis communication
S Stieglitz, M Mirbabaie, L Schwenner, J Marx, J Lehr, F Brünker
Internationale Tagung Wirtschaftsinformatik, 2017
322017
Social positions and collective sense-making in crisis communication
S Stieglitz, M Mirbabaie, M Milde
International Journal of Human–Computer Interaction 34 (4), 328-355, 2018
282018
The Adoption of social media analytics for crisis management–Challenges and Opportunities
S Stieglitz, M Mirbabaie, J Fromm, S Melzer
European Conference on Information Systems, 2018
242018
The role of social media network participants in extreme events
C Ehnis, M Mirbabaie, D Bunker, S Stieglitz
25th Australian conference of information systems, 2014
202014
Volunteered geographic information and its implications for disaster management
M Mirbabaie, S Stieglitz, S Volkeri
2016 49th Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS), 207-216, 2016
132016
Convergence behaviour of bystanders: an analysis of 2016 Munich shooting Twitter crisis communication
D Bunker, M Mirbabaie, S Stieglitz
Australasian Conference on Information Systems, 2020
112020
Going back in time to predict the future-the complex role of the data collection period in social media analytics
S Stieglitz, C Meske, B Ross, M Mirbabaie
Information Systems Frontiers 22 (2), 395-409, 2020
112020
Is it really fake?–Towards an understanding of fake news in social media communication
J Meinert, M Mirbabaie, S Dungs, A Aker
International Conference on Social Computing and Social Media, 484-497, 2018
82018
Threat or opportunity?-examining social bots in social media crisis communication
F Brachten, M Mirbabaie, S Stieglitz, O Berger, S Bludau, K Schrickel
Australasian Conference on Information Systems, 2018
72018
Crisis Communication on Twitter during a Global Crisis of Volkswagen-The Case of" Dieselgate"
S Stieglitz, M Mirbabaie, T Potthoff
Proceedings of the 51st Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences, 2018
72018
# IronyOff–understanding the usage of irony on Twitter during a corporate crisis
M Mirbabaie, S Stieglitz, MR Eiro
Pacific Asia Conference on Information Systems, 2017
72017
Social media in times of crisis: Learning from Hurricane Harvey for the coronavirus disease 2019 pandemic response
M Mirbabaie, D Bunker, S Stieglitz, J Marx, C Ehnis
Journal of Information Technology, 0268396220929258, 2020
62020
‘Breaking’news: uncovering sense-breaking patterns in social media crisis communication during the 2017 Manchester bombing
M Mirbabaie, J Marx
Behaviour & Information Technology 39 (3), 252-266, 2020
62020
Examining convergence behaviour during crisis situations in social media-a case study on the manchester bombing 2017
M Mirbabaie, D Bunker, A Deubel, S Stieglitz
International Working Conference on Transfer and Diffusion of IT, 60-75, 2018
62018
Sense-giving strategies of media organisations in social media disaster communication: Findings from Hurricane Harvey
J Marx, M Mirbabaie, C Ehnis
Australasian Conference on Information Systems, 2020
52020
Who sets the tone? Determining the impact of convergence behaviour archetypes in social media crisis communication
M Mirbabaie, D Bunker, S Stieglitz, A Deubel
Information Systems Frontiers 22 (2), 339-351, 2020
52020
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