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    • Business socialising: women's social networking perceptions 

      Bogaards, Marlene; Mostert, Karina; De Klerk, Saskia (Academic journals, 2012)
      The primary research objective of the study was to investigate the perceptions of the social networking practices of businesswomen. A non-probability purposive voluntary sample, followed by snowball sampling, was used to ...
    • Exploring the role of women in Botswana family-owned businesses 

      Nyakudya, U.N. (North-West University (South Africa), 2020)
      This study provides an insight into how family-owned businesses in Botswana can become more competitive by creating an environment that encourages women to start businesses, retain them in the business, and make them more ...
    • The use of social media supporting studying 

      Kot, Sebastian; Tan, Mingjie; Dragolea, Larisa (Centre of Sociological Research, 2017)
      This paper aims to identify the degree to which social media influence or support the learning process among students. The research was complex, involving three international panels, comprising students from Poland, China ...