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… social media are overall feminized, but the perception is that the dominant figures within are masculine. Why should we care? Because unless this changes, new media will not fulfill its potential to become a truly democratic source of news. It will remain a place that values tradition over innovation, conventional wisdom over new ideas, stuck in an echo chamber of voices we’ve already...
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futurejournalismproject: PR Daily put together a list of social media facts and figures. Here are some of our favorites. 2. Links about sex are shared 90 percent more than any other link. FJP: Sexy is as sexy is. We’re not surprised by this one. 4. 25 percent of users don’t bother with any kind of privacy control. FJP: They’re referencing Facebook here. You really should hit up the privacy...
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