Accepted Papers

Full Papers

  1. “Death and Transmediations: Manuscripts in the Age of Hypertext” –Alessio Antonini, Francesca Benatti, Nicola Watson, Edmund King and Jonathan Gibson
  2. “Rotten and Possessed: ‘Control’ and ‘Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice’ as Models of Outmersive Game Design” – P.S. Berge
  3. “Towards Understanding Complex Known-Item Requests on Reddit” –Florian Meier, Toine Bogers, Maria Gäde and Line Ebdrup Thomsen
  4. “Are Word Embedding Methods Stable and Should We Care About It?” –Angana Borah, Manash Pratim Barman and Amit Awekar
  5. “This Item Might Reinforce Your Opinion: Obfuscation and Labeling of Search Results to Mitigate Confirmation Bias” – Alisa Rieger, Tim Draws, Mariet Theune and Nava Tintarev
  6. “Improving Diversity in Engineering: A Data-driven Approach to Support Resource Mobilization and Participation in Hashtag Activism Campaigns” – Habib Karbasian, Hemant Purohit and Aditya Johri
  7. “Exploring User Concerns about Disclosing Location and Emotion Information in Group Recommendations” – Shabnam Najafian, Tim Draws, Francesco Barile, Marko Tkalcic, Jie Yang and Nava Tintarev
  8. “You too Brutus! Trapping Hateful Users in Social Media: Challenges, Solutions & Insights” – Mithun Das, Punyajoy Saha, Ritam Dutt, Pawan Goyal, Animesh Mukherjee and Binny Mathew
  9. “DECIFE: Detecting Collusive Users Involved in Blackmarket Following Services on Twitter” – Hridoy Sankar Dutta, Kartik Aggarwal and Tanmoy Chakraborty
  10. “What Is Unclear? Computational Assessment of Task Clarity in Crowdsourcing” – Zahra Nouri, Ujwal Gadiraju, Gregor Engels and Henning Wachsmuth
  11. “Structack: Structure-based Adversarial Attacks on Graph Neural Networks” – Hussain Hussain, Tomislav Duricic, Elisabeth Lex, Denis Helic, Markus Strohmaier and Roman Kern
  12. “‘A Virus Has No Religion’: Analyzing Islamophobia on Twitter During the COVID-19 Outbreak” – Mohit Chandra, Manvith Reddy, Shradha Sehgal, Saurabh Gupta, Arun Buduru and Ponnurangam Kumaraguru
  13. “Incorporating the Measurement of Moral Foundations Theory in Analyzing Stances on Controversial Topics” – Rezvaneh Rezapour, Ly Dinh and Jana Diesner
  14. “Hate Speech in Political Discourse: A Case Study of UK MPs on Twitter” –Pushkal Agarwal, Oli Hawkins, Margarita Amaxopoulou, Noel Dempsey, Nishanth Sastry and Edward Wood
  15. “Queerness and modification in mainstream and indie games” – Kenton Howard
  16. “Road to the White House: Analyzing the Relations Between Mainstream and Social Media During the U.S. Presidential Primaries” – Aaron Brookhouse, Tyler Derr, Hamid Karimi, H. Russell Bernard and Jiliang Tang
  17. “CrisisBERT: A Robust Transformer for Crisis Classification and Contextual Crisis Embedding” – Junhua Liu, Trisha Singhal, Lucienne T.M. Blessing, Kristin Wood and Kwan Hui Lim
  18. “Debiasing Multilingual Word Embeddings: A Case Study of Three Indian Languages” – Srijan Bansal, Vishal Garimella, Ayush Suhane and Animesh Mukherjee
  19. “Federated Multi-task Learning for Complaint Identification from Social Media Data” – Apoorva Singh, Tanmay Sen, Sriparna Saha and Mohammed Hasanuzzaman

Short Papers

  1. “A Simple Language Independent Approach for Distinguishing Individuals on Social Media” – Guangyuan Piao
  2. “Regularity versus novelty of users’ multimodal comment patterns and dynamics as markers of social media radicalization” – Aaron Necaise, Aneka Williams, Hana Vrzakova and Mary Jean Amon
  3. “Profiling Fake News Spreaders on Social Media through Psychological and Motivational Factors” – Mansooreh Karami, Tahora Hossein Nazer and Huan Liu
  4. “Genre-bending on an Academic Platform: Three Creative Works on Scalar” – Hannah Ackermans
  5. “Emojis and Words to Contextualize Mourning on Twitter” – Xinyuan Xu, Rubén Francisco Manrique and Bernardo Pereira Nunes
  6. “Cross-lingual Capsule Network for Hate Speech Detection in Social Media” – Aiqi Jiang and Arkaitz Zubiaga
  7. “Weakly Supervised Cross-platform Teenager Detection with Adversarial BERT” – Peiling Yi and Arkaitz Zubiaga
  8. “Reductio ad absurdum?: from Analogue Hypertext to Digital Humanities” – Terhi Nurmikko-Fuller and Paul Pickering
  9. “Towards Enhancing Blind Users’ Interaction Experience with Online Videos via Motion Gestures” – Hae-Na Lee and Vikas Ashok

Blue Sky Papers

  1. “Back to the Future: Bringing Original Hypermedia and Cross-Media Concepts to Modern Desktop Environments” – Beat Signer, Reinout Roels, Robert van Barlingen and Brent Willems
  2. “International Teaching and Research in Hypertext” – Claus Atzenbeck and Jaesook Cheong

Late Breaking Results

  1. “Examining Global Mobile Diffusion and Mobile Gender Gaps through Facebook’s Advertising Data” – Nazanin Sabri, Ridhi Kashyap and Ingmar Weber
  2. “Demonstration of Weblinks: A Rich Linking Layer Over the Web” – Daniel Roßner and Claus Atzenbeck

Doctoral Consortium Papers

“Exploring the links between Personality Traits and Susceptibility to Disinformation” – Dipto Barman and Owen Conlan