Social Media & Social Responsibility: Crowdsourcing, Conversations & Competition
October 2, 2012
I recently read a blog post that argued that hanging around on Twitter can be classed as work (thanks @thesiswhisperer)! As a PhD researcher in the midst of observing how businesses have shifted from communicating CSR information to stakeholders, to constructing CSR knowledge with them, I spend a lot of time immersed in online activity. …
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