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DOI :10.26650/CONNECTIST2022-1176989   IUP :10.26650/CONNECTIST2022-1176989    Tam Metin (PDF)

Neden paylaşmıyoruz? Sosyal ağlar ve gizlilik endişeleri, Türkiye ve Malezya’daki iletişim akademisyenlerinin karşılaştırmalı bir analizi

Betül Önay DoğanNihal Kocabay ŞenerSelçuk KıranHasrina Mustafa

Sosyal Ağ Siteleri (SNS’ler), kullanıcıların içerik paylaşmasına izin verir ancak kullanıcılar bazen çeşitli nedenlerle kasıtlı olarak paylaşımlarını sınırlandırabilir. Bu araştırma, Türkiye ve Malezya’daki iletişim alanındaki akademisyenlerin sosyal ağlardaki paylaşımları ile ilgili endişelere odaklanmaktadır. Karma yöntem yaklaşımı benimsenerek, nicel verilerin anket yoluyla toplanmasının ardından katılımcılarla derinlemesine görüşmeler yapılmıştır. Elde edilen bulgular değerlendirilerek nitel ve nicel veriler arasındaki ilişki tartışılmıştır. Gizlilik bilinci ve otosansür puanları her iki ülkede de benzerdir. Malezyalı akademisyenlerin mahremiyet kaygısı puanları Türkiye’den yanıt verenlere göre daha yüksektir ve kaygıları takipçilere odaklanmaktadır. Türkiye’den yanıt verenlerin endişeleri, paylaşılan bilgilerin üçüncü şahıslar tarafından nasıl kullanıldığı konusunda daha yüksektir. Akademik kimlik her iki ülkede de sosyal medya paylaşımlarında kısıtlayıcıdır. Ayrıca Malezyalı katılımcılar dini alanda düzenleme yapılmasını önermişlerdir. Söz konusu bulgular, iki ülkenin sosyal medya kaygılarında önemli farklılıklar olduğu vurgusunu ortaya koymaktadır.

DOI :10.26650/CONNECTIST2022-1176989   IUP :10.26650/CONNECTIST2022-1176989    Tam Metin (PDF)

Why don’t we share? Social networks and privacy concerns, a comparative analysis of academics of communication field in Turkiye and Malaysia

Betül Önay DoğanNihal Kocabay ŞenerSelçuk KıranHasrina Mustafa

While Social Network Sites (SNSs) allow users to share content, some users may sometimes deliberately limit what they share for various reasons. The present research focuses the concerns about what academics share on SNSs in the field of communication in Turkey and Malaysia. Adopting a mixed-method approach, the collection of quantitative data through questionnaires was followed by indepth interviews with the participants. The findings obtained from both data collection tools were evaluated and the relation between the qualitative and quantitative data was discussed. The results showed that privacy awareness and self-censorship scores were similar in both countries. The privacy concern scores of Malaysian academics were higher than the respondents from Turkey, their concerns focusing on the followers. The concerns of respondents from Turkey about the use of shared information by third parties were higher than their Malaysian counterparts. Academic identity was found as a restrictive factor for social media sharing in both countries. In addition, regulation in the religious field was recommended by the respondents of Malaysia. The findings overall emphasized the significant differences between these two contexts.


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Önay Doğan, B., Kocabay Şener, N., Kıran, S., & Mustafa, H. (2022). Neden paylaşmıyoruz? Sosyal ağlar ve gizlilik endişeleri, Türkiye ve Malezya’daki iletişim akademisyenlerinin karşılaştırmalı bir analizi. Connectist: Istanbul University Journal of Communication Sciences, 0(63), 87-122. https://doi.org/10.26650/CONNECTIST2022-1176989


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Önay Doğan, B.; Kocabay Şener, N.; Kıran, S.; Mustafa, H. Neden paylaşmıyoruz? Sosyal ağlar ve gizlilik endişeleri, Türkiye ve Malezya’daki iletişim akademisyenlerinin karşılaştırmalı bir analizi. Connectist: Istanbul University Journal of Communication Sciences, [Publisher Location], v. 0, n. 63, p. 87-122, 2022.


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Önay Doğan, Betül, and Nihal Kocabay Şener and Selçuk Kıran and Hasrina Mustafa. Neden paylaşmıyoruz? Sosyal ağlar ve gizlilik endişeleri, Türkiye ve Malezya’daki iletişim akademisyenlerinin karşılaştırmalı bir analizi.” Connectist: Istanbul University Journal of Communication Sciences, vol. 0, no. 63, 2022, pp. 87-122. [Database Container], https://doi.org/10.26650/CONNECTIST2022-1176989


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Önay Doğan B, Kocabay Şener N, Kıran S, Mustafa H. Neden paylaşmıyoruz? Sosyal ağlar ve gizlilik endişeleri, Türkiye ve Malezya’daki iletişim akademisyenlerinin karşılaştırmalı bir analizi. Connectist: Istanbul University Journal of Communication Sciences [Internet]. 16 Jul. 2024 [cited 16 Jul. 2024];0(63):87-122. Available from: https://doi.org/10.26650/CONNECTIST2022-1176989 doi: 10.26650/CONNECTIST2022-1176989


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Önay Doğan, Betül - Kocabay Şener, Nihal - Kıran, Selçuk - Mustafa, Hasrina. Neden paylaşmıyoruz? Sosyal ağlar ve gizlilik endişeleri, Türkiye ve Malezya’daki iletişim akademisyenlerinin karşılaştırmalı bir analizi”. Connectist: Istanbul University Journal of Communication Sciences 0/63 (Jul. 2024): 87-122. https://doi.org/10.26650/CONNECTIST2022-1176989



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