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This special issue was awarded the George Hines Prize 2010, for special issue editorship (click here for details of the prize). Congratulations to Erika Pearson on the resultant tightly-focused, top-quality special issue. We hope you enjoy the new ways that these excellent articles extend and deepen PRism's broad scope of communication theory coverage. 

Online Social Networks, Communication Practice, and Public Relations.

Edited by Erika Pearson.


Erika Pearson, special issue editor

Erika Pearson, Special Issue Editor


Table of Contents

Pearson, E. (2010). Editorial: Online Social Networks, Communication Practice, and Public Relations. PRism 7(3):

Moayeri, M. (2010). Collecting online data with usability testing software. PRism 7(3):

Robards, B. (2010). Randoms in my bedroom: Negotiating privacy and unsolicited contact on social network sites. PRism 7(3):

Macnamara, J. (2010). Public communication practices in the Web 2.0-3.0 mediascape: The case for PRevolution. PRism 7(3):

Egenes, J. (2010). The remix culture: How the folk process works in the 21st century. PRism 7(3):

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