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Social media presence of scholarly journals
Recently, social media has become a potentially new way for scholarly journals to disseminate and evaluate research outputs. Scholarly journals have started promoting their research articles to a wide range of audiences ...
Cultured and popular literary circuits on Facebook: a case study of Singaporean print culture in social media
Introduction. This article presents a case study of social media use by the independent Singaporean bookstore, BooksActually. Method. A genre analysis based on Bhatia’s list of facets was conducted on the bookstore’s ...
Understanding the Twitter usage of humanities and social sciences academic journals
Scholarly communication has the scope to transcend the limitations of the physical world through social media’s extended coverage and shortened information paths. Accordingly, publishers have created profiles for their ...
Social media-based civic engagement solutions for dengue prevention in Sri Lanka : results of receptivity assessment
This article focuses on a novel social media-based system that addresses dengue prevention through an integration of three components: predictive surveillance, civic engagement and health education. The aim was to conduct ...