Online conversations among Ontario university students: environmental concerns.

@article{Martinello2012OnlineCA,
  title={Online conversations among Ontario university students: environmental concerns.},
  author={Novella Martinello and Lorie Donelle},
  journal={Informatics for health & social care},
  year={2012},
  volume={37 3},
  pages={
          177-89
        }
}
As the 'next generation' guardians of the environment, there appears to be limited inquiry into young Canadians' environmental concerns. At the same time, online social networking is a predominant method of communication among young adults. This research explored online conversations regarding environmental concerns among young Canadian adults targeting the university student population. A qualitative content analysis was conducted using posted conversations from the online social media network… CONTINUE READING
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