The Journal of Social Media in Society is devoted to scholarship and commentary on social media and its impact on society.
Vol 2, No 2 (2013): The Journal of Social Media in Society
Table of Contents
|Agenda setting and micro-blog use: An analysis of the relationship between Sina Weibo and newspaper agendas in China|
|Yanfang Wu, David Atkin, T.Y. Lau, Carolyn Lin, Yi Mou|
|I just look it up: Undergraduate student perception of social media use in their academic success|
|Jill L. Creighton, Jason W. Foster, Libby Klingsmith, Darren K. Withey|
|Twitter as a classroom tool: Exploring the use, benefits, and downfalls from the perspectives of instructors and students|
|Rebecca DiVerniero, Angela M. Hosek|
|Facebook “friends”: Effects of social networking site intensity, social capital affinity, and flow on reported knowledge-gain|
|Valerie Barker, David M. Dozier, Amy Schmitz Weiss, Diane L. Borden|
|Book Review of Using Social Media in the Classroom: A Best Practice Guide|
|Jose Victor Lineros|
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