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Nation of Neighbors PJ Rey University of Maryland pjrey.socy@gmail

Nation of Neighbors PJ Rey University of Maryland pjrey.socy@gmail.com. PJ Rey (@ pjrey ). Nation of Neighbors:. PJ Rey (@ pjrey ). Nation of Neighbors : Background. PJ Rey (@ pjrey ). Nation of Neighbors. PJ Rey (@ pjrey ). Registering a Community. PJ Rey (@ pjrey ). Filing Reports.

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Nation of Neighbors PJ Rey University of Maryland pjrey.socy@gmail

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  1. Nation of NeighborsPJ Rey University of Marylandpjrey.socy@gmail.com PJ Rey (@pjrey)

  2. Nation of Neighbors: PJ Rey (@pjrey)

  3. Nation of Neighbors:Background PJ Rey (@pjrey)

  4. Nation of Neighbors PJ Rey (@pjrey)

  5. Registering a Community PJ Rey (@pjrey)

  6. Filing Reports PJ Rey (@pjrey)

  7. Posting Comments PJ Rey (@pjrey)

  8. Conversation Feed PJ Rey (@pjrey)

  9. Nation of Neighbors: PJ Rey (@pjrey)

  10. Nation of Neighbors:User Motivations PJ Rey (@pjrey)

  11. Four motivations for community involvement: • Egoism: benefit one-self • Altruism: benefit one or more other individuals • Collectivism: to benefit a group • Princliplism: to uphold moral principles • Batson, et al., 2002 Invitation Experiment PJ Rey (@pjrey)

  12. Results • Control: 27.3% acceptance • Egoism: 36.8% acceptance • Altruism: 41.9% acceptance* • Collectivism: 28.26% acceptance • Princliplism: 29.03% acceptance • difference significant at p ≤.01 Invitation Experiment PJ Rey (@pjrey)

  13. Survey PJ Rey (@pjrey)

  14. Survey PJ Rey (@pjrey)

  15. Survey PJ Rey (@pjrey)

  16. Nation of Neighbors: PJ Rey (@pjrey)

  17. Nation of Neighbors: Evaluating Success PJ Rey (@pjrey)

  18. different goals: • developed communities– primarily oriented toward building/maintaining/utilizing capacity through regular communication • developing communities – primarily oriented toward growth of membership through sending invitations Developed vs. Developing Communities PJ Rey (@pjrey)

  19. Defining Health Health is communications activity that is appropriate, both in kind and degree, to the needs of a community in its particular stage of development. PJ Rey (@pjrey)

  20. reports • posts • replies • invitation emails sent • invitation acceptances Activity Measures PJ Rey (@pjrey)

  21. … will attempt to determine whether the following contribute (either positively or negatively) to the health of online crime-prevention communities: • law enforcement involvement • perceptions of community safety • impressions of community efficacy • technological literacy Future Work PJ Rey (@pjrey)

  22. Social media → new opportunities for community crime prevention • Nation of Neighbors = ½ neighborhood crime watch, ½ community of practice • Evaluating success requires: • new measures • new tools • Through this work, we expect to learn more about important factors influencing the development of healthy online communities. Take Away PJ Rey (@pjrey)

  23. PJ Rey pjrey.socy@gmail.com This material is based upon work supported in part by the National Science Foundation Grant # IIS - 0968521 PJ Rey (@pjrey)

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