David Houghton
David Houghton
Senior Lecturer in Marketing
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Privacy, social network sites, and social relations
DJ Houghton, AN Joinson
Journal of Technology in Human Services 28 (1-2), 74-94, 2010
1542010
Digital crowding: Privacy, self-disclosure, and technology
AN Joinson, DJ Houghton, A Vasalou, BL Marder
Privacy Online, 33-45, 2011
942011
The extended ‘chilling’effect of Facebook: The cold reality of ubiquitous social networking
B Marder, A Joinson, A Shankar, D Houghton
Computers in Human Behavior 60, 582-592, 2016
592016
“I like them, but won't ‘like’them”: An examination of impression management associated with visible political party affiliation on Facebook
B Marder, E Slade, D Houghton, C Archer-Brown
Computers in Human Behavior 61, 280-287, 2016
452016
Revisiting the Task Media Fit Model in the era of Web 2.0: Twitter use and interaction in the healthcare sector
S Leek, L Canning, D Houghton
Industrial Marketing Management 54, 25-32, 2016
352016
Linguistic markers of secrets and sensitive self-disclosure in Twitter
DJ Houghton, AN Joinson
System Science (HICSS), 2012 45th Hawaii International Conference on, 3480-3489, 2012
292012
Union use of social media: a study of the University and College Union on Twitter
A Hodder, D Houghton
New Technology, Work and Employment 30 (3), 173-189, 2015
262015
Privacy as a fuzzy concept: A new conceptualization of privacy for practitioners
A Vasalou, A Joinson, D Houghton
Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology 66 (5 …, 2015
222015
Twitter and behavioral engagement in the healthcare sector: An examination of product and service companies
S Leek, D Houghton, L Canning
Industrial Marketing Management 81, 115-129, 2019
182019
Tagger's delight? Disclosure and liking in Facebook: the effects of sharing photographs amongst multiple known social circles
D Houghton, A Joinson, N Caldwell, B Marder
University of Birmingham, 2013
182013
The role of figurative complexity in the comprehension and appreciation of advertisements
P Pérez-Sobrino, J Littlemore, D Houghton
Applied Linguistics 40 (6), 957-991, 2019
102019
Understanding the Psychological Process of Avoidance-Based Self-Regulation on Facebook
B Marder, D Houghton, A Joinson, A Shankar, E Bull
Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking 19 (5), 321-327, 2016
102016
What if my mum sees it?
B Marder, A Shankar, D Houghton, A Joinson
Information Technology & People, 2017
82017
'What if My Mum Sees It?’: Examination of visible brand interaction in the presence of a wider network
B Marder, A Shankar, D Houghton, A Joinson
Information Technology & People 30 (1), 2017
82017
Photographic Disclosure in Facebook and Relational Closeness with Others
D Houghton, A Joinson, N Caldwell, B Marder, E Collins
Proceedings of the 51st Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences, 2018
62018
What makes a good metaphor? A cross-cultural study of computer-generated metaphor appreciation
J Littlemore, PP Sobrino, D Houghton, J Shi, B Winter
Metaphor and Symbol 33 (2), 101-122, 2018
52018
Structured Abstract: Political Campaigning on Twitter—The Use of Language, Message Tone, and Implications for Political Marketing Communication from the UK General Election 2015
D Houghton, ZA Hamdan, B Marder
Creating Marketing Magic and Innovative Future Marketing Trends, 1413-1419, 2017
42017
Smile (y)–and your students will smile with you? the effects of emoticons on impressions, evaluations, and behaviour in staff-to-student communication
B Marder, D Houghton, A Erz, L Harris, A Javornik
Studies in Higher Education, 1-13, 2019
32019
Who needs social networking? An empirical enquiry into the capability of Facebook to meet human needs and satisfaction with life
D Houghton, A Pressey, D Istanbulluoglu
Computers in Human Behavior 104, 106153, 2020
22020
Unions, social media and young workers—evidence from the UK
A Hodder, DJ Houghton
New Technology, Work and Employment 35 (1), 40-59, 2019
22019
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