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Does Scotland 'like' this? The use of social media by political parties and candidates in Scotland during the 2010 UK General Election campaign.
(Robert Gordon University, 2011-06-20)
This conference paper reported the main results of a study that examined the use of social media by political parties and individual candidates in Scotland during the five weeks preceding the 2010 UK General Election. The ...
Venting, joining and educating: motivations for knowledge sharing in the UK police blogosphere.
(SAGE Publications., 2012-03)
This article examines motivations for knowledge sharing in blogs written by police officers. It draws on the findings of a research project completed in 2011 based on content analysis of 63 blogs.
Online parliamentary election campaigns in Scotland: a decade of research.
(Danube-University Krems, 2013)
Over the last ten years, the authors have conducted a series of investigations into the use of the Internet by political parties and individual candidates during parliamentary election campaigns in Scotland. These are the ...
Voters’ information behaviour when using political actors’ web sites during the 2011 Scottish Parliament election campaign.
Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to report the results of a study of voters' online behaviour conducted during the 2011 Scottish parliamentary election campaign. Design/methodology/approach – The study used an ...
Web 2.0 for eParticipation: transformational tweeting or devaluation of democracy?
(IGI Global, 2012-03-31)
Recent developments in social media allow people to communicate and share information instantly and have led to speculation about the potential for increased citizen participation in decision making. However, as with other ...
Does Scotland ‘like’ this? Social media use by political parties and candidates in Scotland during the 2010 UK General Election.
(Walter de Gruyter, 2012-06)
This paper reports the results of a study which investigated the use of social media by political parties and candidates in Scotland as part of their campaign for election to the UK Parliament in 2010. The study consisted ...
The digital marketing skills gap: developing a digital marketer model for the communication industries.
Scholarly literature suggests digital marketing skills gaps in industry, but these skills gaps are not clearly identified. The research aims to specify any digital marketing skills gaps encountered by professionals working ...
Social media: a force for inclusion.
The migration of modern social networks to the internet has facilitated the transition of traditional pharmacy networks online. The ubiquitous nature of social media (SoMe) combined with merging of personal and professional ...
Members of the Scottish Parliament on Twitter: good constituency men (and women)?
Purpose – To explore the use of Twitter by Members of the Scottish Parliament (MSPs) for the provision of constituency-related information, or in support of their constituency service work. Design/methodology/approach ...
Goin' Holyrood? A study of voters' online information behaviour when using parties' and candidates' websites during the 2011 Scottish Parliament election campaign.
This paper reports the results of a study of voters' online behaviour conducted during the 2011 Scottish Parliamentary election campaign. Here, 64 citizens of Aberdeen, North-east Scotland, were observed and questioned ...