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Nguyen MH, Büchi M and Geber S (2022) Everyday disconnection experiences in the digital
society: Exploring people’s understanding of digital well-being and management of digital media
use. New Media & Society. [open access]
Büchi M and Hargittai E (2022) A need for considering digital inequality when studying social media use and well-being. Social Media + Society 8(1). [open access]
Büchi M, Festic N and Latzer M (2022) The chilling effects of digital dataveillance: a theoretical model and an empirical research agenda. Big Data & Society 9(1). [open access]
Nguyen MH and Büchi M (in press) Digital media use, impact on well-being. In: Ho E, Bylund C, van Weert J, Basnyat I, Bol N and Dean M (eds) The International Encyclopedia of Health Communication. Wiley.
Latzer M, Büchi M, Kappeler K and Festic N (2021) Digitization push due to the Covid-19 pandemic in Switzerland [in German]. Special report from the World Internet Project – Switzerland 2021. [open access] [English news release]
Büchi M, Fosch-Villaronga E, Lutz C, Tamò-Larrieux A and Velidi S [all authors contributed equally] (2021) Making sense of algorithmic profiling: User perceptions on Facebook. Information, Communication & Society. [open access] [summary]
Büchi M, Festic N, Just N and Latzer M (2021) Digital inequalities in online privacy protection: effects of age, education, and gender. In: Hargittai E (ed.) Handbook of Digital Inequality. Edward Elgar Publishing, pp. 296–310. [publisher] [Google books] [preprint]
Festic N, Büchi M and Latzer M (2021) It’s still a thing: Digital inequalities and their evolution in the information society. SCM Studies in Communication and Media 10(3): 326–361. [open access] [code]
Festic N, Büchi M and Latzer M (2021) How long and what for? Tracking a nationally representative sample to quantify internet use. Journal of Quantitative Description: Digital Media 1: 1–23. [open access] [summary]
Research Reports from the World Internet Project – Switzerland 2021.
Salganik MJ, Lundberg I, Kindel AT, Ahearn CE, Al Ghoneim K, Almaatouq A,…, Büchi M,…, McLanahan S (2020) Measuring the predictability of life outcomes with a scientific mass collaboration. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 117(15): 8398–8403. [open access] [news]
Büchi M, Fosch-Villaronga E, Lutz C, Tamò-Larrieux A, Velidi S and Viljoen S [all authors contributed equally] (2020) The chilling effects of algorithmic profiling: mapping the issues. Computer Law & Security Review 36: 105367. [publisher] [preprint] [summary]
Latzer M, Büchi M and Festic N (2020) Internet Use in Switzerland 2011–2019: Trends, Attitudes and Effects. Research Report, University of Zurich. [open access]
Hofer M, Hargittai E, Büchi M and Seifert A (2019) Older adults’ online information seeking and subjective well-being: The moderating role of Internet skills. International Journal of Communication 13: 4426–4443. [open access] [summary]
Research Reports from the World Internet Project – Switzerland 2019.
Büchi M, Festic N and Latzer M (2018) How social well-being is affected by digital inequalities. International Journal of Communication 12: 3686–3706. [open access]
Büchi M, Just N and Latzer M (2017) Caring is not enough: The importance of Internet skills for online privacy protection. Information, Communication & Society 20(8): 1261–1278. [publisher] [postprint] [poster]
Büchi M and Vogler F (2017) Testing a digital inequality model for online political participation. Socius: Sociological Research for a Dynamic World 3: 1–13. [open access]
Büchi M (2017) Digital Inequalities: Differentiated Internet Use and Social Implications. Synopsis of the cumulative doctoral dissertation. University of Zurich. [open access]
Just N, Büchi M and Latzer M (2017) A blind spot in public broadcasters’ discovery of the public: How the public values public service. International Journal of Communication 11: 992–1011. [open access]
Research Reports from the World Internet Project – Switzerland 2017.
Büchi M, Just N and Latzer M (2016) Modeling the second-level digital divide: A five-country study of social differences in Internet use. New Media & Society 18(11): 2703–2722. [publisher] [postprint]
Research Reports from the World Internet Project – Switzerland 2015.