Category Archives: Social Media & social behavior

Reflections on Videos of 5 Women

In my last blog, I embeded  videos of five women from different parts of the world, all are (or had been) living away from their home countries. Basically, I was investigating the way they utilized social mediums in their expatriation … Continue reading

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Women Expats’ Experiences with Social Media

A couple of weeks ago, I offered a social media audit to a Chinese student in BCU, who wanted to grow her social life in the UK and become more visible to employers.  A few days ago, I was in … Continue reading

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Good News: You Might be a Capitalist!

These contacts on ’dialed’ and ‘received’ calls on your mobile phone, that group you hang out with Saturday nights, and these colleagues with whom you share launch everyday over a chat… all of them form your wealth!

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Dear Tweeps: your bedrooms are watched!

‘Myself is MY Twitter account so, it’s mostly about me’ … ‘I guess I’m tweeting to my friends, fans… and I’m tweeting to myself’… ‘I’m very conscious that Twitter is public, I won’t tweet anything I didn’t want my mother,employer,professor … Continue reading

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We Are Who Made the Media Social

Today I have 668 friends on Facebook, over 1600 followers on Twitter and 30 fans on Delicious…but I tell you: I’m not that social!

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