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Social Media, Social Capital and Generation G

by Product Director at Public Library of Science on May 12, 2009

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The Ratan Report
HighWire Press Spring Publishers' Meeting
Kristen Fisher Ratan

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  • bernardes Andre Luiz Bernardes, A&A - In Any Place, VBA Software Developer, Self employed consultant at A&A - Work, Don´t Play! Know my vision about Social Media...
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  • dalycharles dalycharles Interesting way that you put these ideas together! I'm not sure Generation G is truly a phenomenom or just a buzz word, though. Unless it is meant to represent the generation that best demonstrates how social media is changing how people think about communication, community, and sharing (which of course is very dramatic stuff). 4 years ago
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