Please find enclosed top 15 downloads for October.
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I’m happy to see that Minocha’s Handbook of Social Media for Researchers and Supervisors achieved such a high place on the list, because I sincerely think that social media is a powerful tool in the researcher’s hands to face the unavoidable encounter with the discourse of research.