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    Benson, V., Morgan, S. and Filippaios, F.

    Social career management: Social media and employability skills gap

    2014 - Computers in Human Behavior

    In-text: (Benson, Morgan and Filippaios, 2014)

    Your Bibliography: Benson, V., Morgan, S. and Filippaios, F., 2014. Social career management: Social media and employability skills gap. Computers in Human Behavior, 30, pp.519-525.

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    Charney, S.

    The Evolution of Online Identity

    2009 - IEEE Security & Privacy Magazine

    In-text: (Charney, 2009)

    Your Bibliography: Charney, S., 2009. The Evolution of Online Identity. IEEE Security & Privacy Magazine, 7(5), pp.56-59.

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    DeMaria, A. T.

    Employer's Requirement to Post a Social Media Disclaimer Passes NLRB Muster

    2014 - Management Report for Nonunion Organizations

    In-text: (DeMaria, 2014)

    Your Bibliography: DeMaria, A., 2014. Employer's Requirement to Post a Social Media Disclaimer Passes NLRB Muster. Management Report for Nonunion Organizations, 38(1), pp.3-4.

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