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Dr Simon Haslam presentation to 3rd Annual Social Media in Social Research conference 24th June 2013

Dr Simon Haslam presentation to 3rd Annual Social Media in Social Research conference 24th June 2013

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  • 1. SRA Social Media inSocial Research 2013surveyDr Simon HaslamFMR Research/University of Strathclyde24 June 2013
  • 2. Profile of respondents• 66% female and 34% male• 3% 16-24, 59% 25-44, 33% 45-64, 5% 65+• 96% UK principle work location
  • 3. Use of social media tools– for personal use
  • 4. Use of social media tools –for work/professional use
  • 5. Social media in socialresearch
  • 6. 96% alongside otherresearch methods(89% in previous years)
  • 7. Why used
  • 8. Effectiveness of socialmedia in social research
  • 9. Challenges
  • 10. Social media in socialresearch – future use
  • 11. Why will use in future?
  • 12. social researchers
  • 13. social media – yes (personal)social researchers
  • 14. social media – yes (personal)social researcherssocial media – yes (work)
  • 15. social media – yes (personal)social researcherssocial media – yes (work)social media – yes (social research)
  • 16. social media – yes (personal)social researcherssocial media – yes (work)social media – yes (social research)