Tag Archives: Twitter

On SAGE Insight: The mediated festival – Live music as trigger of streaming and social media engagement

From Convergence: The International Journal of Research into New Media Technologies The live music scene and the record industry have evolved extensively over the 2000s, as demonstrated by the growth in music festivals and various online music services.  Live music … Continue reading

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On SAGE Insight: Most students get breaking news first from Twitter

From Newspaper Research Journal This study examines news consumption patterns of college students by asking where respondents get breaking news and where this source leads them next. It seeks to test the assumption that social media, particularly Twitter, is displacing … Continue reading

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On SAGE Insight: The case of #arseniclife: Blogs and Twitter in informal peer review

From Public Understanding of Science Recent high-profile retractions from the prestigious scientific journals Nature and concerns over the ethics of a recent study on emotional contagion using the social networking site Facebook, have increased discussions among the scientific community of … Continue reading

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On SAGE Insight: Law Firms’ Organizational Impression Management Strategies on Twitter

From Journal of Creative Communications Goffman (1959) was the first to introduce the theory of Impression management (IM), which states that individuals create, manipulate and try to enhance their image to others. IM has its roots in dramaturgical theory and … Continue reading

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On SAGE Insight: #ec: Findings and implications from a quantitative content analysis of tweets about emergency contraception

From DIGITAL HEALTH The purpose of this study, which analyzed tweets from March 2011, was to explore the ways in which Emergency Contraception EC is presented on Twitter and provide insight to public health practitioners and other professionals interested in … Continue reading

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Tweets reveal news readership patterns around the world

Tweeting News Articles: Readership and News Section in Europe and the Americas From SAGE Open For many international news followers, having a cup of coffee while reading the morning newspaper has turned into scrolling a Twitter feed to catch up … Continue reading

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Maximizing the Impact of Your Academic Research Using Twitter

by Lori Hart, Marketing Manager, @SAGEManagement You’ve probably heard about the amazing growth of Twitter use. According to the latest Pew Research, “the proportion of online adults who use Twitter on a typical day has doubled since May 2011 and … Continue reading

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The impact of new media on customer relationships

From Journal of Service Research The ways consumers communicate with each other have been changing dramatically over the last decade.  New media require a shift in marketing thinking – consumers have become highly active partners, serving as customers as well … Continue reading

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Are you using twitter to your advantage for your research, writing?

     How do you cram thousands of words of research into 140 characters? What kind of tone should      you take in tweeting to be most effective? Twitter is quickly becoming one of the most effective ways to … Continue reading

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To see and be seen: Celebrity practice on Twitter

From Convergence: The International Journal of Research into New Media Technologies This article examines the use of Twitter by famous people to conceptualize celebrity as a practice. Networked Media is changing celebrity culture, the ways that people relate to celebrity … Continue reading

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Publishers and Librarians working together – ALPSP International Conference travel grant

This week we have announced a new travel grant, offering a free place to a librarian to attend the 2011 Association of Learned and Professional Society Publishers (ALPSP) International conference. The annual event takes place from 14-16th September at Heythrop … Continue reading

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Ignore Facebook, Twitter, Flickr and the rest, to your detriment: the importance of social media

Be where the conversations are: the critical importance of social media From Business Information Review It has become clear that the website is no longer the most important single online source of information. It is now vital that we pay … Continue reading

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Why use Twitter?

I asked my colleague John Paul Gutierrez to write for us on his use of Twitter.  Here is his contribution: Woody Allen had it pegged.  In Annie Hall, a know-it-all talks ad naseum about Marshall McLuhan’s work.  In a scene … Continue reading

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