[Air-L] Research on "passive" social media use?

MARIA AMPARO LASEN DIAZ alasen at cps.ucm.es
Fri Nov 6 06:29:58 PST 2009

yes, or "silent participants", which is already used. Bearing in mind as it was noted on Sharon's post, that these silent participants can be "talking" (commenting, posting or reacting) elsewhere, online and offline too.


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De: RBerkman at aol.com
Fecha: Viernes, Noviembre 6, 2009 14:19
Asunto: Re: [Air-L] Research on "passive" social media use?
A: hgz at austin.utexas.edu, air-l at listserv.aoir.org

> What about just "observers"?
> Robert Berkman
> Associate Professor, Media Studies
> The New School
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Amparo Lasén Dpto Sociología I Facultad de Ciencias Políticas y Sociología UCM Campus de Somosaguas Pozuelo de Alarcón 28223 0034913942899 alasen at cps.ucm.es

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