Series: Chandos Publishing Social Media Series

This series of books is aimed at practitioners and academics involved in using social media across discipline and industry. Social media can enhance services, build communication channels, and create competitive advantage. At the same time it remains a nascent object of research. This unique series explores practical and theoretical aspects of Social Media in the lab, library, research environment, and across industry.
Book Series: Social Networks in China

Most recent volume

Volume . Social Networks in China

Published: 20th September 2017 Authors: Xianhui Che Barry Ip

Social Networks in China provides an in-depth guide to Chinese social networks, covering behaviors, usage, key issues, and future developments. Chinese scholarship and cultural idiosyncrasies in technology remain a relatively under-researched area. While such issues may be sporadically reported in popular media, it is often difficult to obtain a true understanding of authentic Chinese behaviors and practices. One such study area delves into whether Chinese users utilize technology to socialize in the same ways as people from western societies. As no book currently exists to address issues concerning Chinese social networks, this book takes on that shortage and opportunity.

Additional volumes

Building Communities

Published: 31st October 2013 Author: Denise Garofalo

Social Media Audits

Published: 31st October 2013 Author: Urs Gattiker

Social Reading

Published: 31st October 2013 Authors: José-Antonio Cordón-García Julio Alonso-Arévalo Raquel Gómez-Díaz Daniel Linder

Local Community in the Era of Social Media Technologies

Published: 31st August 2013 Author: Hui-Lan Titangos

Security Risks in Social Media Technologies

Published: 31st July 2013 Author: Alan Oxley

The Plugged-In Professor

Published: 15th May 2013 Editors: Sharmila Ferris Hilary Wilder

Managing Social Media in Libraries

Published: 24th September 2012 Author: Troy Swanson

Public Interest and Private Rights in Social Media

Published: 10th September 2012 Editor: Cornelis Reiman

From Science 2.0 to Pharma 3.0

Published: 10th September 2012 Authors: Hervé Basset David Stuart Denise Silber

Social Media for Academics

Published: 6th August 2012 Editor: Diane Rasmussen Neal

Social Information

Published: 4th July 2012 Author: Scott Brown

Digital Dialogues and Community 2.0

Published: 25th April 2012 Editor: Tara Brabazon