Sonja Utz
Sonja Utz
Full professor; leader research group Social Media Leibniz-Institut für Wissensmedien Tübingen
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Is the medium the message? Perceptions of and reactions to crisis communication via twitter, blogs and traditional media
F Schultz, S Utz, A Göritz
Public relations review 37 (1), 20-27, 2011
Social information processing in MUDs: The development of friendships in virtual worlds
S Utz
Journal of Online Behavior 1 (1), 2002-2002, 2000
Show me your friends and I will tell you what type of person you are: How one's profile, number of friends, and type of friends influence impression formation on social network …
S Utz
Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication 15 (2), 314-335, 2010
Crisis communication online: How medium, crisis type and emotions affected public reactions in the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear disaster
S Utz, F Schultz, S Glocka
Public Relations Review 39, 40-46, 2013
The role of social network sites in romantic relationships: Effects on jealousy and relationship happiness
S Utz, CJ Beukeboom
Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication 16 (4), 511-527, 2011
The (potential) benefits of campaigning via social network sites
S Utz
Journal of computer-mediated communication 14 (2), 221-243, 2009
The privacy paradox on social network sites revisited: The role of individual characteristics and group norms
S Utz, NC Krämer
Cyberpsychology: Journal of Psychosocial Research on Cyberspace 3 (2), 2009
Consumers rule: How consumer reviews influence perceived trustworthiness of online stores
S Utz, P Kerkhof, J van den Bos
Electronic Commerce Research and Applications 11 (1), 49-58, 2012
It is all about being popular: The effects of need for popularity on social network site use
S Utz, M Tanis, I Vermeulen
Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking 15 (1), 37-42, 2012
Snapchat elicits more jealousy than Facebook: A comparison of Snapchat and Facebook use
S Utz, N Muscanell, C Khalid
Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking 18 (3), 141-146, 2015
The function of self-disclosure on social network sites: Not only intimate, but also positive and entertaining self-disclosures increase the feeling of connection
S Utz
Computers in Human Behavior 45, 1-10, 2015
Strategic framing in the BP crisis: A semantic network analysis of associative frames
F Schultz, J Kleinnijenhuis, D Oegema, S Utz, W Van Atteveldt
Public Relations Review 38 (1), 97-107, 2012
The emotional responses of browsing Facebook: Happiness, envy, and the role of tie strength
R Lin, S Utz
Computers in human behavior 52, 29-38, 2015
The good, the bad and the ugly thing to do when sharing information: Revealing, concealing and lying depend on social motivation, distribution and importance of information
W Steinel, S Utz, L Koning
Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes 113 (2), 85-96, 2010
Self-construal and cooperation: Is the interdependent self more cooperative than the independent self?
S Utz
Self and Identity 3 (3), 177-190, 2004
On-line reputation systems: The effects of feedback comments and reactions on building and rebuilding trust in on-line auctions
S Utz, U Matzat, C Snijders
International Journal of Electronic Commerce 13 (3), 95-118, 2009
Types of deception and underlying motivation: What people think
S Utz
Social Science Computer Review 23 (1), 49-56, 2005
Transformed social interaction in mediated interpersonal communication
EA Konijn, S Utz, M Tanis, SB Barnes
Mediated interpersonal communication, 91-113, 2008
Mediated interpersonal communication
EA Konijn, S Utz, M Tanis, SB Barnes
Routledge, 2008
Self-activation is a two-edged sword: The effects of I primes on cooperation
S Utz
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 40 (6), 769-776, 2004
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