How do we measure the impact of Facebook, Twitter and Instagram on our lives?In the new book, Sociology Graduate Programs, sociologist David W. Weber explores how students and their professors are approaching the social media phenomena.He uses data collected from several hundred sociologists across the United States, Canada and the United Kingdom.Weber uses data from the 2011 National Survey of St...
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When I ask someone for an opinion about a topic, I often ask the person to name an example of an example.
This allows me to determine if they really do need to know about this specific example, and also to determine whether they have a good idea of what I want to know.
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“Questions?”>When I answer a question on a social networking site, I use the term “people I’m talking to” instead of “people”.
If the person who is talking to me wants to know more about a specific person, he or she should instead ask, “What is the name of this person?”.