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How do cyberspace friendships transition to favorable workplace outcomes?The self-team joint influence Journal article
International Journal of Hospitality Management, 2020,Volume: 85
Authors:  Fiona X. Yang;  Wong IpKin Anthony
Favorite |  | TC[WOS]:5 TC[Scopus]:4 | Submit date:2019/11/13
Cyberspace Friendship  Social Networking Site  Coworker Support  Job Embeddedness  Job Satisfaction  Task Interdependence  
WeChat use of mainland Chinese dual migrants in daily border crossing Journal article
Chinese Journal of Communication, 2019
Authors:  Ju,Bei;  Sandel,Todd L.;  Thinyane,Hannah
Favorite |  | TC[WOS]:4 TC[Scopus]:7 | Submit date:2019/06/18
Border Crossing  Mainland Chinese Dual Migrants  Vernacular Affordances  Wechat  
Validation of the Social Networking Activity Intensity Scale among Junior Middle School Students in China Journal article
PLOS ONE, 2016,Volume: 11,Issue: 10
Authors:  Li, JB;  Lau, JTF;  Mo, PKH;  Su, XF;  Wu, AMS;  Tang, J;  Qin, ZG
Favorite |  | TC[WOS]:13 TC[Scopus]:15 | Submit date:2019/07/31
Internet Addiction  College-students  Site Use  Facebook Friends  Fit Indexes  Online  Health  Adolescents  Association  Depression  
Psychological risk factors of addiction to social networking sites among Chinese smartphone users Journal article
Journal of Behavioral Addictions, 2013,Volume: 2,Issue: 3,Page: 160-166
Authors:  Wu,Anise M.S.;  Cheung,Vivi I.;  Ku,Lisbeth;  Hung,Eva P.W.
Favorite |  | TC[WOS]:140 TC[Scopus]:144 | Submit date:2019/07/09
Addiction  Chinese  Impulsivity  Smartphone  Social Cognitive Theory  Social Networking Site