[Air-L] academic authority on Facebook

Dmitry Epstein dmitry.epstein at gmail.com
Fri Jun 3 06:47:36 PDT 2016

This can be potentially relevant:
On Jun 3, 2016 7:51 AM, "Danil Mikhailov" <D.Mikhailov at wellcome.ac.uk>

> Hi all,
> I am a newbie member of the list, doing my PhD at Brunel University in the
> UK. I am looking at how academic expert authority is challenged when
> experts or expert institutions (like universities or learned societies) try
> to engage with the wider public online to either educate, explain or
> "correct" public perception of a given topic.
> Can anyone recommend papers that deal with Facebook in that context of
> academics engaging with the public, and looking at what features of
> Facebook might determine the success or failure of such engagement? That
> would be much appreciated! I am trying to plug any gaps I might have with
> respect to recent papers in this area I may have missed.
> I will be happy to collate all the responses and re-publish them together
> in case anyone else will find it useful.
> Many thanks,
> Danil Mikhailov
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