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Twitter in the classroom: a lesson for business

September 27, 2011

The lesson for business is clear: if staid organisations like academia can utilise this new technology and have success with it, why can’t your less-than-staid company?

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Symbolic Convergence Theory

May 31, 2011

Part One of a three-part series I have finally settled on my theory of study and my approach. Eschewing psychological theories, I am going back to communication’s roots by looking at Bormann’s Symbolic Convergence Theory. Symbolic Convergence Theory Symbolic Convergence Theory (SCT) is a theory-method complex (Vazquez 1993); much applied research has been conducted with […]

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Academic workshop on microblogging

January 2, 2010

The organisers encourage submissions of microblogging research work in both social context and work settings

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Aligning past with the present

December 24, 2009

The literature on auto-ethnography is, of course, large; the literature on social media less so

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