Publications

Peer-reviewed journal papers ( see also my profile on ResearchGate)

  1. Brandtzaeg, P. B., & Følstad, A. (in press, 2017). Usefulness and trust in online fact-checking and verification services. Journalism Practice.
  2. Følstad, A., & Brandtzaeg, P.B. (in press, 2017). Chatbots and the new world of HCI. ACM Interactions.
  3. Brandtzaeg, P. B., & Følstad, A. (in press, 2017). Trust and distrust in online fact-checking services. Communications of the ACM.
  4. Lüders, M., & Brandtzaeg, P. B. (2017). ‘My children tell me it’s so simple’ – A mixed-methods approach to understand older non-users’ perceptions of social networking sites. New Media & Society, 19(2), 181-198.
  5. Brandtzaeg, P.B. (2017). Facebook is no «great equalizer»: A big data approach to gender differences in civic engagement across countries. Social Science Computer Review, 35(1), 103–125.
  6. Brandtzaeg, P. B., Haugestveit, I.M., Lüders, M., & Følstad, A. (2016). How Should Organizations Adapt to Youth Civic Engagement in Social Media? A Lead User Approach. Interacting with Computers, 28(5), 664-679. 
  7. Brandtzaeg, P. B., Lüders, M., Spangenberg, J., Rath-Wiggins, L., & Følstad, A. (2016). Emerging journalistic verification practices concerning social media. Journalism Practice, 10(3), 323-342.  (Open Access).
  8. Mainsah, H., Brandtzaeg, P. B., & Følstad, A. (2016) Bridging the Generational Culture Gap in Youth Civic Engagement through Social Media: Lessons Learnt from Young Designers in Three Civic Organisations. The Journal of Media Innovations, 3(1), 23-40. (Open Access).
  9. Lüders, M., & Brandtzaeg, P. B. (2016).  Når alt sosialt blir flyktig – En kvalitativ studie av hvordan eldre opplever sosiale medierNorsk Medietidsskrift,  22(2), 2- 18. (Open Access).
  10. Brandtzaeg, P. B., & Haugstveit, I.M. (2014). Facebook Likes: A Study of Liking Practices for Humanitarian Causes. International Journal of Web Based Communities, 10(3), 258 – 279.
  11. Brandtzaeg, P. B. (2012). Social networking sites: their users and social implications – a longitudinal study. Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication, 17(4), 467-488. (Open Access).
  12. Endestad, T., Heim, J. Kaare, B., Torgersen, L., & Brandtzaeg, P. B. (2011). Media User Types among Young Children and Social DisplacementNordicom Review, 1(30), 17-30. (Open Access)
  13. Brandtzaeg, P.B., Heim, J., & Karahasanovic, A (2011). Understanding the new digital divide – A typology of Internet users in Europe.  International Journal of Human Computer Studies69(3), 123-138. 
  14. Brandtzaeg, P.B., & Heim, J. (2011). A Typology of  Social Networking Sites Users. International Journal of Web Based Communities, 7(1), 28-51.
  15. Brandtzaeg, P. B., Lüders, M., & Skjetne, J. H. (2010). Too many Facebook “friends”?Content sharing and sociability versus the need for privacy in social network sites. International Journal of Human-Computer Interaction, 26(11), 1006-1030. [One of the most cited articles in International Journal of Human-Computer Interaction]
  16. Brandtzaeg, P. B. (2010). Towards a unified Media-User Typology (MUT): A meta-analysis and review of the research literature on media-user typologies. Computers in Human Behavior, 26(5),940-956.
  17. Brandtzaeg, P. B., Heim, J., & Kaare, B. (2010). Bridging and Bonding in Social Network Sites – Investigating Family-Based Capital. International Journal of Web Based Communities, 6(3), 231-353. [Awarded as one of 10 best articles from the 10 years of Int. Journal of Web-Based communities](Open Access).
  18. Brandtzaeg, P. B., Staksrud, E., Hagen, I., & Wold, T. (2009). Norwegian children’s experiences of cyberbullying in different technological platforms. Journal of Children and Media, 3(4), 349-365.
  19. Brandtzaeg, P. B., & Heim, J. (2009). Children’s Electronic Gaming Content Preferences and Psychosocial Factors – Is there a connection? Nordicom Review, 30(2), 69-87. (Open Access).
  20. Karahasanović, A., Brandtzaeg, P.B., Vanattenhoven, J. Lievens, B., Nielsen, T. K., & Pierson, J. (2009). Ensuring Etiquette, Trust, and Privacy when developing Web 2.0 Applications. Computer, 42(6), 42-49.
  21. Karahasanović, A., Brandtzaeg, P. B., Heim, J., Lüders, M., Vermeir, L., Pierson, J., Lievens, B., Vanattenhoven, J., & Jans, G. (2009). Co-Creation and User-Generated Content –  Elderly People’s User Requirements. Computers in Human Behavior, 25(3), 655-679.
  22. Brandtzaeg, P. B., & Heim, J. (2008). ”Jeg liker ikke voldsspill” – En studie av norske barns spillinnholdspreferanser og psykososiale faktorer. Nordicom Information, 30(1), 77-85. (Open Access).
  23. Heim, J., Brandtzaeg, P. B., Endestad, T., Kaare, B. H., & Torgersen, L. (2007). Children’s Usage of Media Technologies and Psychosocial Factors. New Media & Society, 9(3), 425-454.
  24. Kaare, B. H., Brandtzaeg, P. B., Endestad, T., & Heim, J. (2007). In the Borderland Between Family orientation and Peer-culture: The Use of Communication Technologies among Norwegian Tweens. New Media & Society, 9(4), 603-624. (Open Access).
  25. Brandtzæg, P. B., & Stav, B. H. (2004). Barn og unges skravling på nettet – Sosial støtte i cyberspace? [Social Support in Cyberspace among Children and Young People?]. Tidsskrift for Ungdomsforskning, 4(1), 27-47. (Open Access).
  26. Brandtzæg, P. B., Endestad, T., Heim, J., Kaare, B. H., & Torgersen, L. (2004). Barn i et digitalt samfunn. En beskrivelse av norske barn fra 7 til 12 år og deres tilgang til og bruk av TV, PC, Internett, mobiltelefon og spillteknologier. [Children in a digital society]. Barn, 22(4), 9-31.

Peer-reviewed book chapters 

  1. Brandtzaeg, P.B. (2016). The Social Media Natives: The Relationship between Young Peoples’ Media User Type and their Media Use at School , in E. Elstad (Ed.). Digital expectations and experiences in education, (pp. 149-162). SENSE Publishers, Boston, MA. ISBN: 978-94-6300-646-0
  2. Brandtzaeg, P.B. (2012). Understanding cyber behavior in Europe. In Z. Yan (Ed.). Encyclopedia of Cyber Behavior, (pp.  1234-1249). IGI Global. Albany New York, USA.
  3. Lüders, M., Brandtzæg, P.B., & Dunkel, E. (2009). Risky contacts. In S. Livingstone and L. Haddon (Eds.). Kids online: Opportunities and risks for children, (pp.123 -135). Policy Press, Bristol, UK.
  4. Brandtzaeg, P. B., & Heim, J. (2009). Explaining Participation in Online Communities. In (Eds) Brian Whitworth and Aldo de Moor. Handbook of Research on Socio-Technical Design and Social Networking Systems (pp. 167-182). Information Science Reference. New York, USA.
  5. Brandtzaeg, P.B., Følstad, A., & Heim, J. (2003). Enjoyment. Lessons from Karasek. In M. A. Blythe, K. Overbeeke, A. F. Monk and P. C. Wright (Eds.), Funology: from usability to enjoyment, (pp. 55-65). Kluwer, Dordrecht the Netherlands.
  6. Krogstie, J., Brandtzæg, P.B., Heim, J., & Opdahl, A. L. (2003). Usable mCommerce Systems: The Need for Modeling-Based Approaches. In Ee-Peng Lim and Keng Siau (Eds). Advances in Mobile Commerce Technologies, (pp. 190-205). Idea Group Publishing, New York, USA.

Peer-reviewed long papers at conferences

  1. Brandtzaeg, P.B. (2014, July 17-19.). Towards high-speed social relationships – A longitudinal study of Facebook use. In Proceedings of the IADIS International Conferences on Web Based Communities and Social Media 2014: Lisbon, Portugal, IADIS Press. ISBN 978-989-8704-11-5. pp. 86-96.
  2. Brandtzaeg, P.B., Lüders, M., Spangenberg, J., Rath-Wiggins, L., & Følstad, A. (2014, April, 24-25.). Social media as a trustworthy news source: Exploring journalists’ working practices concerning social media. The International Symposium on Media Innovations. 2014. Oslo. [Awarded as the Conference Best Paper].
  3. Pettersen, L., & Brandtzaeg, P. B. (2012). Privacy challenges in Enterprise 2.0. Selected Papers of Internet Research, 2. (AOIR) North America, 2, oct. 2012. Available online: http://spir.aoir.org/index.php/spir/article/view/14. (Open Access)
  4. Brandtzaeg, P.B., Følstad, A., Mainsah, H., (2012, July, 19-21.).  Designing for youth civic engagement in social media (pp. 65-73). In Proceedings of the IADIS  International Conference of Web Based Communities and Social Media, Lisbon, Portugal. ISBN 978-972-8939-72-4.  [Awarded as the Conference Best Paper].
  5. Karahasanović, A., Brandtzaeg, P.B., Lüders, M., Pelt, M., & Van Den Broeck, M. (2012, July 19-21). Designing collaborative writing applications for children (pp.  3-13). In Proceedings of the IADIS International Conferences on Web Based Communities and Social Media, Lisbon, Portugal. ISBN 978-972-8939-72-4.
  6. Brandtzæg, P.B., Følstad, A. Obrist, M., Geerts, D. & R. (2010, Dec 9-11.). Innovation in online communities – Towards community-centric design. In P. Daras Ibarra and O. Mayora (Eds.), proceedings of the First International Conference, UCMedia 2009, Venice, Italy, LNICST, Springer, Vol. 40 (3), pp. 50–57. DOI: 10.1007/978-3-642-12630-7_6 [Nominated to The Conference Best Paper Award].
  7. Brandtzaeg, P.B., & Heim, J. (2009, 19-24 July). Why people use social networking sites. In  A.A. Ozok and P. Zaphiris (Eds.): Proceedings of the HCI International. San Diego, CA. Online Communities, LNCS. Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg, pp. 143–152.
  8. Brandtzæg, P. B., & Heim, J. (2008, January 8 – 10.). User loyalty and online communities: why members of online communities are not faithful.  (pp. 1-10) In Proceedings of the 2nd international Conference on intelligent Technologies For interactive Entertainment, Cancun, Mexico.ACM digital library. ISBN:978-963-9799-13-4
  9. Verde, 0., Karahasanović, A., Bruynooghe, B., Van Herreweghe, H., Van Den Broeck, M., Brandtzaeg, P.B.,  Vermeir, L., Vanattenhoven, J. (2008, October 13-15.). Talhonia: empowering collaborative storytelling. NEM Summit – Towards Future Media Internet. Palais du Grand Large – Saint-Malo, France. Eurescom – the European Institute for Research and Strategic Studies in Telecommunications – GmbH. ISBN: 9783000259784
  10. Brandtzaeg, P.B., Heim, J., & Kaare, B.H.  (2008, July 8-10.). A study of user motivation and family-based capital among online community users in Norway (pp. 21-30). In Piet Kommers et al. (Eds.) Proceedings of the IADIS International Conference of Web-Based Communities.  IADIS press, Amsterdam, Netherlands, ISBN: 978-972-8924-65-2. [Awarded as the Conference Best Paper].
  11. Følstad, A., Brandtzaeg, P.B., & Heim, J. (2008, April 9-12.). The Impact of End-user Characteristics on End-users’ Experience of e-Government Services for the General Public. In P. Kommers & P. Isaias (Eds.) Proceedings of the IADIS international conference e-Society, Algarve, Portugal, IADIS Press, pp. 9-15. ISBN: 978-972-8924-55-3.
  12. Følstad, A., Brandtzæg, P.B., & Heim, J. (2008, April 9-12.). The Impact of End-user Characteristics on End-users’ Experience of e-Government Services for the General Public. (pp. 9-15). In P. Kommers, P. Isaias (Eds.) Proceedings of the IADIS international conference e-Society 2008. IADIS Press. Algarve, Portugal. ISBN: 978-972-8924-55.
  13. Brandtzæg, P.B. (2007, May 23-26.). The Innovators in the New Media landscape: User trends and challenges in the broadband society. (pp. 14-28). In Sapio, B., Fortunati, L., Haddon, L., Kommonen, K., Mante-Meijer, E. and Turk. T (Eds). In proceedings of the Cost 298 Conference – The Good, the Bad and the Unexpected. Participation in the broadband society. COST Moscow, Russia. ISBN. 978-92-898-0041-9.
  14. Brandtzæg, P. B., Heim, J., & Følstad, A. (2005, July 22-27.). User experience and interactive TV: Does interactivity contribute to a greater television user experience? A Human-Computer Interaction perspective. In M. J. Smith & G. Salvendy (Eds.), HCII 2005: Proceedings of the 11th International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates. Las Vegas, Nevada, USA. ISBN 0805858075
  15. Brandtzæg, P. B., & Følstad, A. (2001, June, 26-29.). How to Understand Fun? Using demands, decision latitude and social support to understand fun in human factors design. (pp 131-140) In Helander M.G., Khalid, H.M., & Tham, M.P. (eds.), Proceedings of the International Conference on Affective Human Factors Design, CAHD 2001, The Oriental, Singapore, Asean Academic Press, London. ISBN 1-901919-28-5.
  16. Følstad, A., Brandtzæg, P. B., & Heim, J. (2001, November, 5-7.). Usability analysis and evaluation of mobile ICT systems. Proceedings of the 18th International Symposium on Human Factors in Telecommunication, Bergen, Norway.

Peer-reviewed short papers at conferences 

  1. Brandtzaeg, P.B., Haugestveit, I.M., Lüders, M.,& Følstad, A. (2015, May). Participation Barriers to Youth Civic Engagement in Social Media. Proceedings of 9th International AAAI Conference on Web and Social Media (ICWSM 15). Oxford. ISBN 978-1-57735-733-9. p. 578-81. (Open Access).
  2. Brandtzaeg, P.B., & Lüders, M. (2015, April). A suggested framework for online sharing practices. Position paper CHI’15 workshop on Designing for Sharing in Local Communities , the SIGCHI Conference on Human factors in computing systems. Seoul, South Korea. (Open Access).
  3. Eide, W. A., Pultier, A., & Brandtzaeg, P.B. (2015, April). Towards collocated mapping of real-world events using mobile and wearable devices. Position paper  CHI’15 workshop on Mobile Collocated Interactions, the SIGCHI Conference on Human factors in computing systems. Seoul, South Korea.
  4. Brandtzæg, P.B., & Nov, O. (2011, July 17–21). Facebook use and social capital – A longitudinal study (pp. 454-457). Proceedings of the Fifth International AAAI Conference on Weblogs and Social Media (ICWSM-11), Barcelona, Spain,  AAAI, Menlo Park, CA, USA. ISBN 978-1-57735-505-2 (Open Access).
  5. Geerts, D., Obrist, M., Tscheligi, M., and Brandtzaeg, P. B. (2007, April 28 – May 03). Supporting non-professional users in the new media landscape. In CHI ’07 Extended Abstracts on Human Factors in Computing Systems, San Jose, CA, USA. ACM, New York, pp. 2849-2852. DOI= http://doi.acm.org/10.1145/1240866.1241093
  6. Heim, J., Karahasanović, A., Brandtzaeg, P.B (2008). Capturing user requirements and feedback for Web 2.0 applications by a norm-based questionnaire toolset. In the proceedings of new approaches to requirements elicitation. NordiCHI’08 workshop: New approaches to requirements elicitation. TAPIR, Trondheim, pp. 25-32. ISBN 978-82-519-2394-1. (Open Access).
  7. Obrist, M., Geerts, D., Brandtzaeg, P. B., and Tscheligi, M. (2008, April 05 – 10). Design for creating, uploading and sharing user generated content. In CHI ’08 Extended Abstracts on Human Factors in Computing Systems, Florence, Italy, ACM, New York, pp. 2391-2394. DOI:http://doi.acm.org/10.1145/1358628.1358692 (Open Access).
  8. Roibás, A.C., Brandtzæg, P.B., Van Rompaey, V., & Tuomela, U. (2006). Future Networked Interactive Media Systems and Services for the New-Senior Communities: Enabling Older Users to Create and Share Self-Authored Multimedia Content. Extend abstract on Ubicomp’06, the eight international conferences on Ubiquities Computing, September 19-21, 2006 in Orange County, USA.

Other

  1. Brandtzaeg, P.B., & Følstad, A.  (2016). Editorial introduction to the special issue: Social Media Use and Innovations. The Journal of Media Innovations, 3(1), 1-3
  2. Brandtzaeg, P.B. Følstad, A., Mainsah, H. (2016). «Concevoir pour l’engagement citoyen des jeunes sur les réseaux sociaux». Recueil de documents, Programme international de formation aux droits humains, Equitas – Centre international d’éducation aux droits humains /  International Centre for Human Rights Education, Montréal, QC, Canada.
  3. Pultier, A., Harrand, N., & Brandtzæg, P.B.  Privacy in Mobile Apps. Measuring Privacy Risks in Mobile Apps. On behalf of the Norwegian Consumer Council. SINTEF A27493 Oslo, Norway. (ISBN: 9788214059250).
  4. Brandtzæg, P.B., & Hertzberg, B. K. (2014). Letter to editor: Changing patterns of social interactions in social media: Towards less intergenerational contact? International Journal of Web Based Communities, 10 (2), 131-134.
  5. Brandtzæg, P.B. (2014). Digitale skiller blant barn og unge i 2014 – Hvor «flinke» er de digitalt innfødte i verdens mest digitale land? Rapport til Kommunal- og moderniseringsdepartementet. Fredrikstad: Medietilsynet (ISBN 978-82-91977-28-7).
  6. Brandtzæg, P.B. (2014). Barn og unges trygghet og sikkerhet i en digital hverdag. Rapport til Justis- og beredskapsdepartmentet. Fredrikstad: Medietilsynet (ISBN 978-82-91977-27-0).
  7. Lüders, M.; Brandtzæg, P. B.; Heim, J.(2014) “Vil – vil ikke”: Årsaker og motiver til at eldre ikke bruker sosiale medier (s. 13-32). I Festskrift til Ivar A. Bjørgens 80-årsdag. Trondheim: Psykologisk institutt sin rapportserie. (ISBN 978-82-8094-016-2).
  8. Brandtzæg, P. B. (2011). Suksess i sosiale medier – Fire fremgangsmåter for offentlig sektor.(p. 27-60). In Brandtzæg, Gillund, L. Krokan, A. Kvalnes, Ø., Meling, A., T. & Wessel-Aas, J. (Eds). Sosiale medier i all offentlighet – Lytte, dele, delta. Kommuneforlaget. Oslo. Norway.
  9. Brandtzæg, P.B. (2007), (eds): Initial context, user and social requirements for the CITIZEN MEDIA applications: Participation and motivations in off- and online communities. P6-2005-IST-41 (038312), CITIZEN MEDIA, D1.2.1., Brussels, Belgium.
  10. Brandtzaeg, P.B. (2009). Privat 2.0. Mot økt åpenhet og ønsket nettsynlighet. [Privacy 2.0. Towards greater openness and desired visibility]. I Heidi Grande Røys (Eds) Delte meninger – Om nettets sosiale side (pp. 194-213). Universitetsforlaget. Oslo, Norway. (Open Access).
  11. Brandtzaeg, P.B., & Roibás, A.C. (Eds) (2009). Enabling elderly users to create and share self authored multimedia content. Special Issue of Computers in Human Behavior, 25(3),  597–792.
  12. Brandtzæg, P.B. & Lüders, M. (2009). Privat 2.0. Person- og forbrukervern i den nye medievirkeligheten. Rapport på oppdrag fra Forbrukerrådet. SINTEF Oslo, Norway. http://www.sintef.no/upload/Konsern/Media/Person%20og%20forbrukervern.pdf
  13. Achilleopoulos, N., Magnenat-Thalmann, N., Mayora, O., Anastassova, N., Guerrero, C., Pogačnik, M., Brandtzæg, P.B., MacWilliams, C., McGrath, T., Stollenmayer, P., & Salama, D (2008). Personalized & Creative Media (p. 4-6). In Ballesteros, I.L, Laso, I., Daras, P., Achilleopoulos, N., Panebarco, M., & Mayora (eds) Future Media Internet in a Global Context. European Commission, Brussels, Belgium Available Online:ftp://ftp.cordis.europa.eu/pub/fp7/ict/docs/netmedia/UCM-Position-paper.pdf
  14. Roibás, A.C., Brandtzæg, P.B, Van Rompaey, V., & Tuomela, T. et al. (2007). Interactive media systems for seniors. IEEE Pervasive Computing, 6(1), 92-93.
  15. Brandtzaeg, P.B., & Lüders, M. (2008). eBorger 2.0. Den alminnelige borger som leverandør av offentlig informasjon?  SINTEF report, Oslo Norway.  ISBN: 978-82-14-04655-7. (Open Access).
  16. Brandtzaeg, P.B., & Lüders, M. (2008). eCitizen 2.0: the Ordinary Citizen as a Supplier of Public-Sector Information. On behalf of the Department of Modernization and Administration in Norway. SINTEF report, Oslo, Norway. ISBN: 978-82-14-04655-7. (Open Access).
  17. Brandtzæg, P. B. (2007). Book review: Digital kompetanse i skolen – en innføring. (Av Ola Erstad). Tidsskrift for Ungdomsforskning, 1(3), 135-138.
  18. Heim, J., & Brandtzæg, P. B. (2004).  Trygg mediebruk og digital kompetanse. [Safe media use and digital literacy]. Tidsskrift for norsk psykologforening, 12(41), 1006-1007.  (Open Access).
  19. Brandtzæg, P. B., & Heim, J. (2004). Debatten om barn og vold i mediene – atter en gang på villspor! [Children and media violence]. Tidsskrift for norsk psykologforening, 11(41), 918-920.  (Open Access).
  20. Endestad,T., P.B. Brandtzæg, J. Heim, L.Torgersen and B.H. Kaare (2004). En digital barndom. [A Digital Childhood? Mapping Children’s Use of Media Technologies] (No. 2/2004), Report No. 1. Oslo: Norwegian Social Research (NOVA).

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