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Data Journalists Using Facebook
A Study of a Resource Group Created by Journalists, for Journalists

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Au pairs on Facebook
Ethnographic use of social media in politicised fields

Introduction This methodology article argues that incorporating Facebook in ethnographic fieldwork can open up for new pathways of knowledge in research among migrants whose presence in the migration destination is highly politicised. Taking a point of departure from the notion that researchers should be aware of the ways in which such migrants are represented in public debates, I suggest that the ethnographic use of social media can open new insights into how these migrants interpret, resist and embrace the dominant representations to which they are

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Challenges of Facebook Integration in High Education

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Crisis communication on Facebook

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Rethinking the Perceived Self: Samples from Facebook

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Is Facebook Really Facing the Needs of its Current Users?

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The Pragmatics of Arabic Religious Posts on Facebook: A Relevance-Theoretic Account

References Albirini, Abdulkafi. 2016. Modern Arabic Sociolinguistics: Diglossia, Variation, Codeswitching, Attitudes and Identity. London: Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group. Al-Rawi, Ahmed. 2016. Facebook as a Virtual Mosque: The Online Protest Against Innocence of Muslims. Culture and Religion 17(1). 19-34 doi: 10.1080/14755610.2016.1159591 Arab Social Media Report. Mohammed Bin Rashid School of Government. [Online] Available from: http://www.arabsocialmediareport.com/Facebook/LineChart.aspx [Accessed: 15th

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Intercultural marketing: Culture and its influence on the efficiency of Facebook marketing communication

References Bajzíková, Ľ., Šajgalíková, H., Wojčák, E. and Poláková, M. (2014), “Dynamics of changes toward knowledge-based economy in Slovak SMEs”, Procedia Social and Behavioral Sciences, Vol. 150, pp. 637-647. Azar, S., Machado, J., Vacas-De-Carvalho and L., M. A. (2016), “Motivations to interact with brands on Facebook - Towards a typology of consumer-brand interactions”, Journal of Brand Management , Vol. 2, No. 23, pp. 153-178. Dessart, L., Veloutsou, C. and Morgan-Thomas, A. (2015), “Consumer engagement in online brand communities: A

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The Czech Singers Critical of Islam and Refugees on Facebook in the Age of the “Migration Crisis” (2015–2017)

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The Nature of the Facebook Group Learning Environment: Insights from University Students

REFERENCES Al-Shehri, S. (2011). Connectivism: A new pathway for theorising and promoting mobile language learning. International Journal of Innovation and Leadership on the Teaching of Humanities , 1 (2), 10-31. Bani-Hani, N. A., Al-Sobh, M. A., & Abu-Melhim, A-R. H. (2014) Utilizing Facebook groups in teaching writing: Jordanian EFL students’ perceptions and attitudes. International Journal of English Linguistics , 4 (5), 27-34. http://dx.doi.org/10.5539/ijel.v4n5p27 Benaquisto, L. (2008). Codes and coding. In Given, L. M. (Ed.). The

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