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Social Media During the Egyptian Revolution: A ...
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Social Media During the Egyptian Revolution: A Study of Collective Identity and Organizational Function of Facebook & Co ab 54.99 € als Taschenbuch: . Aus dem Bereich: Bücher, Wissenschaft, Wirtschaftswissenschaft,

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Social Media During the Egyptian Revolution: A ...
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Social Media During the Egyptian Revolution: A Study of Collective Identity and Organizational Function of Facebook & Co ab 39.99 € als pdf eBook: 1. Auflage. Aus dem Bereich: eBooks, Fachthemen & Wissenschaft, Sprachwissenschaften,

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Corporate Communication (eBook, PDF)
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The Sixth Edition of Corporate Communication: A Guide to Theory and Practice? continues to be the market leading text in its field, having been fully revised by the author to reflect new trends and developments in social media and to capture emergent topics such as CEO activism and corporate character and purpose. New to This Edition: Deeper coverage of key topics such as employee, crisis, and leadership communication alongside sustainability. New case studies with reflective questions to highlight the broad application of corporate communications. Corporations featured include: Apple, Facebook, Gilette, Lenovo and Nestlé. Corporate Communication is essential reading for students studying Corporate Communication, Organizational Communication, Strategic Communication, PR and Marketing Communications, as well as a valuable resource for reflective practitioners. It continues to be supported by comprehensive and fully updated .

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Corporate Communication (eBook, PDF)
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The Sixth Edition of Corporate Communication: A Guide to Theory and Practice? continues to be the market leading text in its field, having been fully revised by the author to reflect new trends and developments in social media and to capture emergent topics such as CEO activism and corporate character and purpose. New to This Edition: Deeper coverage of key topics such as employee, crisis, and leadership communication alongside sustainability. New case studies with reflective questions to highlight the broad application of corporate communications. Corporations featured include: Apple, Facebook, Gilette, Lenovo and Nestlé. Corporate Communication is essential reading for students studying Corporate Communication, Organizational Communication, Strategic Communication, PR and Marketing Communications, as well as a valuable resource for reflective practitioners. It continues to be supported by comprehensive and fully updated .

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Social Media for Student Affairs in #HigherEduc...
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Given the ubiquity of online technologies in the lives of high school and college students, universities are increasingly turning to social media for the purpose of organizational communication. This book shines a light on these practices in order to better understand how platforms such as Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Snapchat are being used within the realm of student affairs. Each chapter will explore a different dimension of student affairs (e.g., admissions, career services, student health services) to provide an overview of key challenges and how new social media tools can be used to solve them. By providing examples that illustrate these evolving trends, this book is intended to help higher education professionals develop creative social media solutions that are appropriate for their own situations as they seek to strategically integrate social media into their student affairs efforts.

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Social Media for Student Affairs in #HigherEduc...
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Given the ubiquity of online technologies in the lives of high school and college students, universities are increasingly turning to social media for the purpose of organizational communication. This book shines a light on these practices in order to better understand how platforms such as Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Snapchat are being used within the realm of student affairs. Each chapter will explore a different dimension of student affairs (e.g., admissions, career services, student health services) to provide an overview of key challenges and how new social media tools can be used to solve them. By providing examples that illustrate these evolving trends, this book is intended to help higher education professionals develop creative social media solutions that are appropriate for their own situations as they seek to strategically integrate social media into their student affairs efforts.

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The Corporate State (eBook, ePUB)
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This book critically examines key features of the contemporary organizational landscape by focusing on major beneficiaries of recent historical politicalcultural transformations involving the embrace of market fundamentalism and a market society: corporations, those who direct them, and those who use them for their own benefit. Part I examines the big US-based tech firms (i.e., Facebook, Google, Apple, and Amazon), highlighting numerous tensions and contradictions between their highly cultivated, flattering, yet unwarranted public images and the reality of how they operate as extremely competitive, at times deceptive, profitseeking entities. A focus on these firms also highlights just how dramatically the economic realm has been transformed over the past few decades due to accelerating advances in information technology and corporate-managed globalization. Part II explores how the state has been pushed back via privatization and corporate predation in such areas as health care, military/security, criminal justice, philanthropy, and education and concludes by looking forward with a vision of a knowledge-caring society that must rebalance corporate-managed market fundamentalism. Through the use of clear cases that bring the theory to life for students, the book is ideal as a supplementary text for advanced undergraduate and graduate students in a range of coursework in the fields of organizational theory and behavior, leadership in organizations, and management responsibility and business ethics. It will also be of great interest to students of sociology, specifically in the areas of complex organizations, economic sociology, theory, political sociology, and law and society.

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The Corporate State (eBook, ePUB)
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This book critically examines key features of the contemporary organizational landscape by focusing on major beneficiaries of recent historical politicalcultural transformations involving the embrace of market fundamentalism and a market society: corporations, those who direct them, and those who use them for their own benefit. Part I examines the big US-based tech firms (i.e., Facebook, Google, Apple, and Amazon), highlighting numerous tensions and contradictions between their highly cultivated, flattering, yet unwarranted public images and the reality of how they operate as extremely competitive, at times deceptive, profitseeking entities. A focus on these firms also highlights just how dramatically the economic realm has been transformed over the past few decades due to accelerating advances in information technology and corporate-managed globalization. Part II explores how the state has been pushed back via privatization and corporate predation in such areas as health care, military/security, criminal justice, philanthropy, and education and concludes by looking forward with a vision of a knowledge-caring society that must rebalance corporate-managed market fundamentalism. Through the use of clear cases that bring the theory to life for students, the book is ideal as a supplementary text for advanced undergraduate and graduate students in a range of coursework in the fields of organizational theory and behavior, leadership in organizations, and management responsibility and business ethics. It will also be of great interest to students of sociology, specifically in the areas of complex organizations, economic sociology, theory, political sociology, and law and society.

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Throwing Sheep in the Boardroom: How Online Soc...
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Throwing Sheep in the Boardroom is the first book written for a wide audience about the powerful trend that is reshaping your life: the Web 2.0 social networking revolution. Throwing Sheep in the Board is about how the Web 2.0 revolution is transforming your life, your work, and your world. Combining a pop sociology approach with rigorous analysis rich in economic history and organizational behaviour, Matthew Fraser and Soumitra Dutta have written a lively and provocative book about the global popularity of social networking platforms - from MySpace and Facebook to YouTube, Wikipedia and Twitter. Social networking sites are a global phenomenon. Sites like MySpace and Facebook now boast hundreds of millions of members. Online social interaction has become an indispensable part of their daily lives. Fraser and Dutta examine the powerful forces driving this social e-revolution, describe the equally powerful reactions to it, and make predictions about its long-term consequences. The book is organized around three major themes: identity, status, and power. Following the explosion of Web 2.0 social platforms, identities are becoming increasingly multi-faceted, status is becoming more democratically based on performance, and power is being diffused from centralized vertical structures to horizontal networks. These are powerful changes with profound, far-reaching implications for how we organize our lives, our institutions, and our society. Taking its title from the whimsical "sheep throwing" application used by members of sites like Facebook, the book concludes with reflections on the Web's potential to revitalize social capital and civic participation through e-government and e-democracy. Throwing Sheep in the Boardroom will be enjoyed by educated readers with an interest in social trends, consumer behaviour, psychology, history, politics and economics.

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