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  • 1. Social Media and American SpendingHabits: Perceptions from theBlogosphereBy: Tom Stanchfield
  • 2. Common Terms• Social media• Blogosphere• Narrative inquiry• Participant Observation
  • 3. Social Media
  • 4. Method
  • 5. Emotions
  • 6. Habits
  • 7. Thesis Statement
  • 8. Results
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