The 11th International

Management Information
Systems Conference

October 24-26, 2024
Konya Food and Agriculture University, Konya, TÜRKİYE

Prof. Dr. Üstün ÖZEN

Prof. Dr. Üstün ÖZEN

Atatürk University, Erzurum, Türkiye

In recent years, social media have had a very serious impact on the socialization of individuals, cultural interaction, firms' understanding of doing business, politics, the economy and many other areas. It is a fact that social media influences and directs society in many ways. It is observed that social media is playing an important role in directing politics and mobilizing masses in many countries. Companies use social media as an effective tool to promote and market their products and to attract new customers. They are developing new strategies for improving quality of goods and services through feedback from their customers. Through social networks, people can reconnect with old friends, acquaintances, make new friendships, exchange ideas, and share many of their interests. In addition, through social networks, people are actively using social networks to improve their careers and find new business and job opportunities.

Besides, we are also observing that social networks bring many problems along with. People can be exposed to cyber harassment and bullying in social networks, people's accounts can be stolen and used for malicious purposes, and information about private life can be revealed.

To summarize, social networks have led to revolutionary changes in our individual, social and business life. For this reason, it is also of great importance to investigate and research the reflections of these changes and innovations brought by social media.


Key Topics


This track seeks original ideas and submissions about following topics (not limited to).

·         Management of social network data

·         Social media-enabled business models

·         Impact of social media on knowledge management

·         Social media marketing

·         Social bots and information propagation in social networks

·         Privacy and security in social networks

·         Trust and reputations in social networks

·         Detection, analysis, prevention of spam, phishing, and misbehavior in social networks

·         Use of social media for political participation

·         New models of advertising and monetization in social networks

·         Social media advertising

·         Ethical considerations in social media

·         Disinformation and misinformation in social media

·         Social networks and online education

·         Sentiment analysis on social networks

·         Social networks and societal change

·         Social media and digital collaboration

·         Intersection of social media and culture/gender/generations