His main research concerns Knowledge management, Commerce, Public relations, Online participation and Intermediary. His Knowledge management study incorporates themes from Variety and Phone. His Commerce research focuses on Industrial organization and how it relates to Interpersonal relationship and Outsourcing.
His Public relations study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as The Internet and Online community. His Online participation research incorporates themes from Social learning, Marketing, Conversation and Social engagement. His Conversation research incorporates elements of Context, Longitudinal sample, World Wide Web and Internet privacy.
Brian S. Butler mainly investigates Knowledge management, Public relations, Information technology, World Wide Web and The Internet. The various areas that Brian S. Butler examines in his Knowledge management study include Context, Information behavior and Web 2.0. The study incorporates disciplines such as Social media, Online community and Affect in addition to Public relations.
Social media connects with themes related to Data science in his study. His Affect study is concerned with the larger field of Social psychology. His research links Internet privacy with World Wide Web.
His primary areas of investigation include Knowledge management, Public relations, Social media, World Wide Web and Context. Brian S. Butler has included themes like Customer relationship management and Information behavior in his Knowledge management study. His studies deal with areas such as Crowdsourcing, Online community and Data curation as well as Public relations.
Brian S. Butler works mostly in the field of Social media, limiting it down to concerns involving Data science and, occasionally, TRACE, Organizational network analysis, Multimethodology, Social network and Management science. His research integrates issues of Affordance and Internet privacy in his study of World Wide Web. His Context study combines topics in areas such as Social psychology, Corporate governance, Mass collaboration and Ambiguity.
Brian S. Butler focuses on Knowledge management, Public relations, Context, Social media and Online discussion. As part of his studies on Knowledge management, Brian S. Butler often connects relevant subjects like Interpretation. Brian S. Butler has researched Public relations in several fields, including Corporate governance, Mass collaboration and Big data.
His research in Context intersects with topics in Quality, Information quality and Ambiguity. His studies deal with areas such as Social network analysis, Affordance and Internet privacy as well as Social media. His Marketing research extends to the thematically linked field of Online discussion.
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Membership Size, Communication Activity, and Sustainability: A Resource-Based Model of Online Social Structures
Brian S. Butler.
Information Systems Research (2001)
Intermediaries and Cybermediaries: A Continuing Role for Mediating Players in the Electronic Marketplace.
Mitra Barun Sarkar;Brian S. Butler;Charles Steinfield.
Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication (1995)
The quality of online social relationships
Jonathon N. Cummings;Brian Butler;Robert Kraut.
Communications of The ACM (2002)
Encouraging participation in virtual communities
Joon Koh;Young-Gul Kim;Brian Butler;Gee-Woo Bock.
Community Effort in Online Groups: Who Does the Work and Why?
Brian Butler;Lee Sproull;Sara Kiesler;Robert Kraut.
Research Note---The Impact of Community Commitment on Participation in Online Communities
Patrick J. Bateman;Peter H. Gray;Brian S. Butler.
Information Systems Research (2011)
Talk to me: foundations for successful individual-group interactions in online communities
Jaime Arguello;Brian S. Butler;Elisabeth Joyce;Robert Kraut.
Review: power and information technology research: a metatriangulation review
Jon Sean Jasperson;Traci A. Carte;Carol S. Saunders;Brian S. Butler.
Management Information Systems Quarterly (2002)
Reliability, mindfulness, and information systems
Brian S. Butler;Peter H. Gray.
Management Information Systems Quarterly (2006)
Team Cognition: Development and Evolution in Software Project Teams
Jun He;Brian Butler;William King.
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