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Beilke, J., Stuve, M., & Williams-Hawkins, M. (2008). “Clubcasting”: Educational uses of podcasting in multicultural settings. Multicultural Education & Technology Journal, 2(2), 107–117.
Berman, S., & Battino, B. (2007). The end of advertising as we know it. MediaWeek, 17(41), 10.
Burns, K. (2008). The misuse of social media: Reactions to and important lessons from a blog fiasco. Journal of New Communications Research, 3(1), 41–54.
Long, D. (2008). World music. New Media Age, 20–21.
Mascheroni, G. (2007). Global nomads’ network and mobile sociality: Exploring new media uses on the move. Information, Communication & Society, 10(4), 527–546.
Pick, J., & Azari, R. (2008). Global digital divide: Influence of socioeconomic, governmental, and accessibility factors on information technology. Information Technology for Development, 14(2), 91–115.
Schonfeld, E., & Yen, Y. (2007). It’s a Web, Web, Web 2.0 world. Business 2.0, 8(7), 75–79.
Seo, H., Kim, J., & Yang, S. (2009). Global activism and new media: A study of transnational NGOs’ online public relations. Public Relations Review, 35(2), 123–126.
Sinickas, A. (2007). Measuring the impact of new media tools. Strategic Communication Management, 11(3), 11.
Smith, T. (2009). The social media revolution. International Journal of Market Research, 51(4), 559–561.
Yamamura, J. H., & Grupe, F. H. (2008). Ethical considerations for providing professional services online. CPA Journal, 78(5), 62–64.
Yates, J., Orlikowski, W., & Jackson, A. (2008). The six key dimensions of understanding media. MIT Sloan Management Review, 49(2), 63–69.
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