Social Networking

How to Make Your Networks a Force for Good

Social media manipulation is tearing societies apart – but it can help put us back together again. Michael Sanders teaches us how to change the narrative of social media so that it can be a source for “Good.”

1 year ago
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Meet The Social Scientist, a New Networking Initiative for STEM

Danielle Tomasello describes The Social Scientist, a non-profit networking and outreach community of STEM professionals. Our volunteers answer questions that will benefit scientists’ interests, including a view of their work, environment and what it took for them to get there.

2 years ago
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question-marks

What Can You Tell Us about Networks Today?

Sara Miller McCune, the founder of SAGE Publishing, has a question for the Social Science Space community: What does more recent research (especially research from the 21st century, and/or research taking into account the influence of social media) tell us about networks?

3 years ago
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Can Brands be Intellectuals?

As an academic, you are a brand not only as a matter of choice, but, increasingly, due to powerful institutional imperatives that are becoming harder and harder to ignore.

8 years ago
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Using LinkedIn for Career Building

Joseph G. Gerard of Western New England University published “Linking in With LinkedIn®: Three Exercises That Enhance Professional Social Networking […]

8 years ago
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Linking in With LinkedIn

Joseph G. Gerard, Western New England University, recently published “Linking in With LinkedIn®: Three Exercises That Enhance Professional Social Networking and […]

9 years ago
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Are Facebook users narcissistic?

New research from Australia suggests that Facebook users are more extroverted and narcissistic than people who use the Internet but […]

10 years ago
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