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|Scientific communication in the 21st century: Tweeting, Facebook Likes, and everything in-between|
|Science Editing. 2019;6(1):64-68. Published online 2019 February 20 DOI: https://doi.org/10.6087/kcse.156|
Scientific communication in the 21st century: Tweeting, Facebook Likes, and everything in-between
Facebook 'likes' the scientific method
“Likes” for Peace: Can Facebook Promote Dialogue in the Israeli–Palestinian Conflict?
Who ‘likes’ populists? Characteristics of adolescents following right-wing populist actors on Facebook
Racking up Facebook likes
The Effect of Online Social Proof Regarding Organic Food: Comments and Likes on Facebook
I Like, I Cite? Do Facebook Likes Predict the Impact of Scientific Work?
Redefining the Survival of the Fittest: Communication Disorders in the 21st Century
Are you happy for me … on Facebook? The potential importance of “likes” and comments
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