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Culture and social media [Texte imprimé] : an elementary textbook / by Adam Acar

LivresAuteur principal: Acar, Adam, Auteur Langue: anglais.Éditeur : Newcastle upon Tyne : Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2014Description : 1 vol. (VIII-204 p.) : ill. ; 21 cmISBN: 978-1-4438-5617-1; 1-443-85617-7.Résumé : "Currently, more than half the population in developed countries has experienced online social networking. What is more, a quarter of the world's citizens now have a profile in social media, whose users number 1.47 billion. Although English-speaking countries top the list of active social media-using nations, people from all around the world are represented in online social network channels. Social media obviously is a global phenomenon; however, we don't know much about how each nation uses this tool and whether cultural values and demographic factors impact the usage behavior." - coverSujet - Nom commun: Social media | Social media -- Cross-cultural studies | Médias sociaux | Médias sociaux Études transculturelles Voir dans le SUDOC
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"Currently, more than half the population in developed countries has experienced online social networking. What is more, a quarter of the world's citizens now have a profile in social media, whose users number 1.47 billion. Although English-speaking countries top the list of active social media-using nations, people from all around the world are represented in online social network channels. Social media obviously is a global phenomenon; however, we don't know much about how each nation uses this tool and whether cultural values and demographic factors impact the usage behavior." - cover

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