Christoph Lutz
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What's mine is yours (for a nominal fee)–Exploring the spectrum of utilitarian to altruistic motives for Internet-mediated sharing
E Bucher, C Fieseler, C Lutz
Computers in Human Behavior 62, 316-326, 2016
Consumer segmentation within the sharing economy: The case of Airbnb
C Lutz, G Newlands
Journal of Business Research 88, 187-196, 2018
Love at first swipe? Explaining Tinder self-presentation and motives
G Ranzini, C Lutz
Mobile Media & Communication 5 (1), 80-101, 2017
Representativeness of social media in great britain: investigating Facebook, Linkedin, Twitter, Pinterest, Google+, and Instagram
G Blank, C Lutz
American Behavioral Scientist 61 (7), 741-756, 2017
Transparency you can trust: Transparency requirements for artificial intelligence between legal norms and contextual concerns
H Felzmann, EF Villaronga, C Lutz, A Tamò-Larrieux
Big Data & Society 6 (1), 2053951719860542, 2019
The role of privacy concerns in the sharing economy
C Lutz, CP Hoffmann, E Bucher, C Fieseler
Information, Communication & Society 21 (10), 1472-1492, 2018
A relational altmetric? Network centrality on ResearchGate as an indicator of scientific impact
CP Hoffmann, C Lutz, M Meckel
Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology 67 (4 …, 2016
Privacy cynicism: A new approach to the privacy paradox
CP Hoffmann, C Lutz, G Ranzini
Cyberpsychology: Journal of Psychosocial Research on Cyberspace 10 (4), 2016
Beyond just politics: A systematic literature review of online participation
C Lutz, CP Hoffmann, M Meckel
First Monday 19 (7), 1-36, 2014
The dark side of online participation: exploring non-, passive and negative participation
C Lutz, CP Hoffmann
Information, Communication & Society 20 (6), 876-897, 2017
Digital inequalities in the age of artificial intelligence and big data
C Lutz
Human Behavior and Emerging Technologies 1 (2), 141-148, 2019
Digital natives or digital immigrants? The impact of user characteristics on online trust
CP Hoffmann, C Lutz, M Meckel
Journal of Management Information Systems 31 (3), 138-171, 2014
Content creation on the Internet: A social cognitive perspective on the participation divide
CP Hoffmann, C Lutz, M Meckel
Information, Communication & Society 18 (6), 696-716, 2015
Where dating meets data: Investigating social and institutional privacy concerns on Tinder
C Lutz, G Ranzini
Social Media + Society 3 (1), 2056305117697735, 2017
Privacy concerns and online behavior–Not so paradoxical after all? Viewing the privacy paradox through different theoretical lenses
C Lutz, P Strathoff
Viewing the Privacy Paradox Through Different Theoretical Lenses (April 15 …, 2014
Benefits and harms from Internet use: A differentiated analysis of Great Britain
G Blank, C Lutz
New Media & Society 20 (2), 618-640, 2018
Authenticity and the sharing economy
E Bucher, C Fieseler, M Fleck, C Lutz
Academy of Management Discoveries 4 (3), 294-313, 2018
Digital footprints: an emerging dimension of digital inequality
M Micheli, C Lutz, M Büchi
Journal of Information, Communication and Ethics in Society 16 (3), 242-251, 2018
Towards transparency by design for artificial intelligence
H Felzmann, E Fosch-Villaronga, C Lutz, A Tamò-Larrieux
Science and Engineering Ethics 26, 3333–3361, 2020
Innovation under pressure: Implications for data privacy during the Covid-19 pandemic
G Newlands, C Lutz, A Tamò-Larrieux, EF Villaronga, R Harasgama, ...
Big Data & Society 7 (2), 2053951720976680, 2020
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