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Symbolic Convergence Theory and Twitter

September 14, 2011

a brief introduction to Symbolic Convergence Theory, a well-researched and robust communication theory from pre-social media days, and I’m asking, as part of my research, whether it can ‘play nicely’ with Twitter

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Yet another research question

June 22, 2010

The focus gets tighter and tighter (thankfully). It makes sense, seeing as how I have an astonishing portfolio of work that I’ve written for workshops and presentations, plus a forthcoming book (in print) on social media for business communicators, that I focus my research question whilst at the same time utilising my body of consultancy [...]

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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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Back in the saddle? Perhaps…

October 28, 2009

I haven’t done anything (of note) on my research for over a year; I figure it high time I got down to business

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Reflections: 23rd Sept 2009

September 24, 2009

It’s crunch time. All of those suggestions from Jackie Cook that I write, write, write and never stop are finally making sense. I have to start my doctorate over completely from scratch – including the initial proposal – and have 12 months in which to write and research and submit it. That is a nightmare-ish [...]

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