Introduction: A World "Together Apart"
I. Part 1: Global Public Health
1. Emergent COVID-19 and SARS-CoV-2 in Social Imagery and Social Video: Initial Three Months of Viral Dispersion
II. Part 2: Protecting the Environment
2. Transnational Meta-Narratives and Personal Stories of Plastics Usage and Management via Social Media
III. Part 3: Asserting Human Rights
3. Global Citizens against Socio-Technological Incursions on Privacy, Human Rights, and Personal and Social Freedoms: Temporary Pixels and Ephemeral Voices
4. Blowing Whistles on Transnational Social Media: From Micro-to-Mass Scales, Privately and Publicly
IV. Part 4: Political Expression
5. In Flames, In Violence, In Reverence: Physical Protest Effigies in Global and Transnational Politics from a Social Imageset
6. Exploring the Transnational Allure of "Street Democracy" via Twitter based on a Contemporaneous Real-World Case
V. Part 5: Predatory Human Interrelating
7. The Remote Woo: Exploring Faux Transnational Interpersonal Romance in Social Imagery
Epilogue: Beyond the Social Moment
Social World Sensing via Social Image Analysis from Social Media by Shalin Hai-Jew is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International License, except where otherwise noted.