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Strategic Approaches to Disability Disclosure on Social Media

June Furr, Dr. Alexis Carreiro, and Dr. John McArthur had an article published in Disability & Society, titled “Strategic Approaches to Disability Disclosure on Social Media.” The article explores the ways persons with physical disabilities choose how and when to disclose information about their disabilities online. The article was co-authored by Furr, an alumna of…

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Twitter Chats as Third Places

When Ashleigh White (MA ’13) was a masters student in the James L. Knight School of Communication, she developed an idea in Dr. John A. McArthur’s seminar on space, technology, and information design. The class encouraged students to think about social media as a place that could be visited, and to imagine the impacts of…

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Millennials, Managers & Strategic Communication

Queens University of Charlotte’s recent infographic explores the ways that millennials and managers communicate in today’s workplace. Embedded in it are tips and practices for both millennials and managers exploring the strategic communication opportunities present in the way we work. Click to Connect to and Enlarge Image Via: Communicating in the Modern Workplace   For…

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From #Hashtag to #Selfie: What the #Oscars learned in 3 short years

At the 2011 Oscars, co-hosts Anne Hathaway and James Franco employed Twitter to “appeal to a younger demographic.” Many viewers sighed and rolled their eyes. The resulting tweets were generally negative, mocking the hosts and the winners. Broadcast producers, perhaps miffed by the negativity of viewer tweets, stopped advertising the #Oscars hashtag midway through the…