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Foreword: The Bright Side of Social Media, Ashesh Mukherjee Foreword: The Dark Side of Social Media, Leyland Pitt Part I: A Framework for The Dark Side of Social Media * A Framework for The Dark Side of Social Media: From Digital Drama to Digital Over-Engagement Angeline Close Scheinbaum Part II: Unfortunate Areas of Digital Drama * Social Media, Online Sharing, and the Ethical Complexity of Consent in Revenge Porn Scott R. Stroud and Jonathan A. Henson * Powerful Bullies and Silent Victims in Cyber Space: The Darkness of Social Media Marla B. Royne, Claudia Rademaker, and Gerard E. Kelly, III * Crossing the #BikiniBridge: Exploring the Role of Social Media in Propagating Body Image Trends Jenna Drenten and Lauren Gurrieri * Cheaters, Trolls, and Ninja Looters: The Dark Side of Psychological Ownership Keith Marion Smith, John Hulland, Scott A. Thompson Part III: Some Unintended Consequences for Consumers * Being Yourself Online: Why Facebook Users Display their Desired Self Adriana M. Boveda-Lambie and Kaci G. Lambeth * Emotional Intelligence, Behavioral Procrastination, and Online (Over)consumption Paula C. Peter and Heather Honea Part IV: Some Unintended Consequences for Brands/Business * When Corporate Partnerships are NOT Awesome: Leveraging Corporate Missteps and Activist Sentiment in Social Media. B. Yasanthi Perera, Ryan E. Cruz, Pia A. Albinsson, and Sarita Ray Chaudhury * Is More Less, or Is Less More?: Social Media's Role in Increasing (and Reducing) Information Overload from News Sources David G. Taylor, Iryna Pentina and Monideepa Tarafdar Part V: New Opportunities & Challenges for Social Media * Consumer Privacy and The New Mobile Commerce Alexandra M. Doorey, Gary B. Wilcox, and Matthew S. Eastin * Exploring the Challenges of Social Media Use in Higher Education Linda Tuncay Zayer, Stacy Neier Beran and Purificacion Alcaide-Pulido * Mommy Blogs and Online Communities: Emotions and Cognitions of Working Mothers Angeline Close Scheinbaum, Anjala S. Krishen, Axenya Kachen, Amanda Mabry-Flynn, Nancy Ridgway
Angeline Close Scheinbaum is Associate Professor at The University of Texas at Austin at the Stan Richards School of Advertising & Public Relations. She is a scholar of consumer behavior/consumer psychology, event sponsorship, and integrated brand promotions. Angeline is co-author on a leading textbook, Advertising & Integrated Brand Promotions, as well as edited scholarly books Consumer Behavior Knowledge for Effective Sports and Event Marketing (with Lynn Kahle) and Online Consumer Behavior.