Presented paper and won award at 9th International Social Media and Society Conference
These days I am working as an Assistant Professor at Northumbria University, recently, I presented a paper based on my PhD research, recently completed at the Information School based at the University of Sheffield, at the 9th International Social Media and Society Conference which had an acceptance rate of 47%.
The paper titled Moral Panic through the Lens of Twitter: An Analysis of Infectious Disease Outbreaks can be accessed here. The paper was also summarised in a blog post by Professor Axel Bruns, President of the Association of Internet Researchers (AoIR).
At the awards ceremony, I received the award of ‘most engaged Twitter user’ and won a series of prizes (pictured above). The hashtag for the conference contained over 400 unique users, and generated over 2,500 unique tweets and became a trending topic in Copenhagen (where the conference was taking place).