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Social Media in the Classroom

Edited By Hana S. Noor Al-Deen

Social Media in the Classroom provides a comprehensive resource for teaching social media in advertising, public relations, and journalism at the undergraduate and graduate levels. With twelve chapters by contributors from the United States, the United Kingdom, and Australia, this volume provides original scholarly work which encompasses a wide range of methodologies, theories, and sample assignments for implementing social media. This book is an excellent resource for preparing students to transform their personal skills in social media into professional skills for success in the job market.
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Acknowledgments

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The editor wishes to express her thanks to the contributors of this book for their enthusiasm and hard work throughout the entire process that made this book possible. Moreover, she would like to extend her sincere thanks to the anonymous reviewers as well as to the endorsers for their support of this project.

The editor wishes to express sincere gratitude to Mary Savigar, senior acquisitions editor at Peter Lang Publishing, who was extremely supportive of this project and who provided professional and unequivocal assistance throughout the entire process. Genuine appreciation is extended to Sophie Appel, design and production supervisor at Peter Lang Publishing, for her meticulous and diligent work on this project. A special thanks is conveyed to Stephen Mazur, Phyllis Korper, and Bernadette Shade at Peter Lang Publishing, for their praiseworthy efforts.

Lastly, but perhaps most importantly, the editor wishes to express her heartfelt gratitude to her husband, Omar, for his unwavering support of this project and to her four-legged Yorkie, Hercules, for his devotion in waiting for his two-legged buddy during the wee hours of the night while she was working on this volume.

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