Communities of participation: A comparison of disability and aging identified groups on Facebook and LinkedIn

@article{Baker2013CommunitiesOP,
  title={Communities of participation: A comparison of disability and aging identified groups on Facebook and LinkedIn},
  author={Paul M. A. Baker and John C. Bricout and Nathan W. Moon and Barry Coughlan and Jessica Pater},
  journal={Telematics and Informatics},
  year={2013},
  volume={30},
  pages={22-34}
}
Communication-oriented Internet technologies and activities such as social media sites and blogs, have become an important component of community and employment participation, not just in the specific function of activities, but as a link to larger communities of practice and professional connections. The occurrence of these activities, evident in their presence on Facebook, LinkedIn and other online communities, represents an important opportunity to reframe and re-conceptualize manifestation… CONTINUE READING
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