Posts Tagged ‘social networking sites’

Well, maybe not final thoughts. There are a lot of things that I want to follow up as a result of what I’ve learned about social media for people with chronic conditions. A few that might be interesting include: While Weitzman et al.(2010) and Greene et al. (2010) developed research frameworks for analyzing online information […]

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Understanding the range of resources and platforms on the web is critical when advising people about the kinds of opportunities they will find there for support, information and resources. Using the categories developed by Rozen et al. (2012) described in Part Four of the Information Description, here are some starting points for thinking about what […]