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Tuesday, May 3 • 4:10pm - 4:30pm
Facebook as an Information Management Tool – In Light of the Research Conducted Among Polish Students

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The paper offers a look at Facebook social service from the point of view of information management in an information society. The article presents a description and comparison of two sets of focus group research. The study was carried out among students in an academic center in a small city (population of 120 thousand), and in an academic center in a big city (population exceeding 750 thousand). The research was aimed at exploring issues related to using Facebook, in particular including the issue of motives related to creating a profile on the service and using it in everyday life. The research has revealed three categories related to Facebook use: a need for security in the scope of access to information, a need to possess a tool facilitating management of information-communication processes, as well as respondent’s dislike for Facebook. In the final part, the paper presents conclusions, but also limitations of the described research.

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Bogusław Nierenberg

Jagiellonian University Cracow
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Malwina Popiołek

Jagiellonian University Cracow

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John Fortunato

Fordham Univeristy
John A. Fortunato, Ph. D., is a professor at Fordham University in the School of Business, and Chair of the Area of Communication and Media Management. He is the author of four books, including Commissioner:  The Legacy of Pete Rozelle, Making Media Content, and Sports Sponsorship: Principles & Practices. He has published articles in Public Relations Review, Journal of Sports Media, Journal of Brand Strategy, and multiple law... Read More →


Tuesday May 3, 2016 4:10pm - 4:30pm
Room Bateman Law School
  • Manuscript # 1056
  • Session # A31

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