Incorrect Linking for Digital ArticlesPublished by Dipa Barua
Q: There was an article that I searched for today and I found that the library database has linked the wrong full text link for the article title that I was looking for.
The article is "Uncovering Facebook Photo Tagging Culture and Practices among Digital Natives" by Aqdas Malik, Amandeep Dhir, and Marko Nieminen; the full text link that comes up is for "Media Re-victimization of Rape Victims in a Shame Culture? Exploring the Framing and Representation of Rape Cases in Nigerian Dailies".
I was able to find the PDF on Google so it was fine, but I just thought someone should know and change it in case anyone else is looking for it.
A: Thank you for reporting this. Unfortunately - the incorrect linking actually comes from our Discovery Service supplier. I have notified them but I don't know if/when they'll be able to correct it.
The journal name, volume, issue and pagination for the citation provided is going to the right place in the journal. Global Media Journal, 06/2015, Volume 13, Issue 24, page 1.
However, according to other sources, the first article in that issue is "Media Re-victimization of Rape Victims in a Shame Culture? Exploring the Framing and Representation of Rape Cases in Nigerian Dailies."
I wasn't really able to verify the original article citation. Although there is a pdf available at this URL: http://www.globalmediajournal.com/open-access/uncovering-facebook-photo-tagging-culture-and-practices-among-digital-natives.pdf
It's not clear which issue the article was published in or if it was ever really published in that journal at all.
However, a conference paper exists with a similar article title and authors. The first paragraph appears to be exactly the same. This seems to be the more authentic version - which is available from Aalto University's Institutional Repository located in Finland - the author's home institution. https://aaltodoc.aalto.fi/handle/123456789/17243
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