Conference Papers

  • Jonathan Bishop (2016). An Evaluation Of Social Media Use In A Golf Club. The 17th International Conference on Internet Computing and Internet of Things (ICOMP’16: July 25-28, 2016, Las Vegas, USA).
  • Jonathan Bishop (2016). An Analysis of the Implications of Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs for Networked Learning Design and Delivery. The 15th International Conference on Information & Knowledge Engineering (IKE’16): July 25-28, 2016, Las Vegas, USA.
  • Jonathan Bishop (2015). An investigation into the extent and limitations of the GROW model for coaching and mentoring online: Towards ‘prosthetic learning’. The 2015 International Conference on e-Learning, e-Business, Enterprise Information Systems, and e-Government (July 27-30, 2015, Las Vegas, USA)
  • Jonathan Bishop (2015). Private Lives or Public Property?: The impact of the Internet on data security and privacy in the European Union. The 2015 International Conference on Security and Management (July 27-30, 2015, Las Vegas, USA).
  • Jonathan Bishop (2015). Supporting crowd-funded agile software development projects using contingent working: Exploring Big Data from participatory design documentation and interviews. The 14th International Conference on Information & Knowledge Engineering (IKE’15) (July 27-30, 2015, Las Vegas, USA). (Pages 43-54)
  • Jonathan Bishop (2014).  ‘U r Bias Love:’ Using ‘bleasure’ and ‘motif’ as Forensic Linguistic means to annotate Twitter and newsblog comments for the purpose of Multimedia Forensics. The 11th International Conference on Web Based Communities and Social Media (WBC’14), Lisbon, Portugal.
  • Jonathan Bishop (2014). Using the legal concepts of ‘forensic linguistics,’ ‘bleasure’ and ‘motif’ to enhance multimedia forensics. The 13th International Conference on Security and Management (SAM’14), Las Vegas, USA, 21-24 July 2014.
  • Jonathan Bishop (2012). Taming the Chatroom Bob: The role of brain-computer interfaces that manipulate prefrontal cortex optimization for increasing participation of victims of traumatic sex and other abuse online. 13th International Conference on Bioinformatics and Computational Biology (BIOCOMP’12), 16-19 July 2012, USA.
  • Jonathan Bishop (2012). Tackling Internet abuse in Great Britain: Towards a framework for classifying severities of ‘flame trolling’. The 11th International Conference on Security and Management (SAM’12), 16-19 July 2012, USA.
  • Jonathan Bishop (2012). The Persuasive and Assistive Interaction Extension (PAIX): A position paper on using gamified behavior management systems for reducing flame trolling in schools based on Classroom 2.0.  13th International Conference on Internet Computing (ICOMP’12). 16-19 July, 2012, USA.
  • Jonathan Bishop (2011). Transforming Lurkers into Posters: The Role of the Participation Continuum. The Fourth International Conference on Internet Technologies and Applications (ITA’11). Glyndwr University, Wrexham. 6 September 2011.
  • Jonathan Bishop (2011). Mum’s the WordPress: A Comparative Analysis of Political and Mommy Bloggers. The 2011 International Conference on Internet Computing (ICOMP 2011). Monte Carlo Resort, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA.
  • Ashu M.G. Solo & Jonathan Bishop (2011). The New Field of Network Politics. The 2011 International Conference on e-Learning, e-Business, Enterprise Information Systems, and e-Government (EEE’11). Monte Carlo Resort, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA.
  • Jonathan Bishop (2009). Increasing membership in online communities: The five principles of managing virtual club economies. The 3rd International Conference on Internet Technologies and Applications – ITA09. Wrexham: University of Wales Press.
  • Jonathan Bishop (2007). Evaluation-Centred Design of E-Learning Communities: A Case Study and Review. The Second International Conference on Internet Technologies and Applications (ITA07). Wrexham, Wales, GB. (Pages 1-9).
  • Jonathan Bishop (2005). The role of mediating artifacts in the design of persuasive e-learning systems. The First International Conferences on Internet Technologies and Applications, September 2005. Wrexham, Wales, GB (Pages 54-62).

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