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Facebook: Changing the Face of Communication Research

  title={Facebook: Changing the Face of Communication Research},
  author={Paul A. Soukup},
1.- Background: History and Prior Reviews 2.- Facebook in Theoretical Perspectives 3.- Interpersonal Communication 4.- Journalism 5.- Education 6.- Political Communication 7.- Examining Corporate Facebook Use 8.- Legal and Ethical Issues 
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