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The Challenges and Opportunities of teaching Social Media in Journalism

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The Challenges and Opportunities of teaching Social Media in Journalism. / Murphy, John.

WJEC4 Syndicate on Social media. Auckland : World Journalism Education Council, 2016.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

Harvard

Murphy, J 2016, The Challenges and Opportunities of teaching Social Media in Journalism. in WJEC4 Syndicate on Social media. World Journalism Education Council, Auckland.

APA

Murphy, J. (2016). The Challenges and Opportunities of teaching Social Media in Journalism. In WJEC4 Syndicate on Social media World Journalism Education Council.

Vancouver

Murphy J. The Challenges and Opportunities of teaching Social Media in Journalism. In WJEC4 Syndicate on Social media. Auckland: World Journalism Education Council. 2016

Author

Murphy, John. / The Challenges and Opportunities of teaching Social Media in Journalism. WJEC4 Syndicate on Social media. Auckland : World Journalism Education Council, 2016.

Bibtex

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