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Research outputs: TWITTER
With the rapid proliferation of social media around the world, social networking platforms such as Facebook and Twitter are increasingly bec...
2019 The effectiveness of Twitter as a tertiary education stakeholder communication tool: a case of #FeesMustFall in South Africa
Twitter has been a prevailing proxy in activating South Africa???s #FeesMustFall student movement. This research explores whether or not, so...