John Mowbray is PhD student within the Centre for Social Informatics, and the Employment Research Institute. His research is concerned with the impact of social networks, and particularly those supported by social media tools, on Career Management Skills. This work is funded by an ESRC studentship offered through the Scottish Graduate School of Social Science with the support of Skills Development Scotland. John is supervised by Professor Hazel Hall and Professor Robert Raeside.
John blogs about his doctoral studies at http://johnmowbray.org.
Mowbray, J., Hall, H., Raeside, R., Robertson, P. (2017). The role of networking and social media tools during job search: an information behaviour perspective. Information Research, , (), .
Mowbray, J., Raeside, R., Hall, H., Robertson, P. (2016). Social networking sites and employment status: an investigation based on Understanding Society data. In: (Ed.) Proceedings of the 2nd International Data Information and Information Management Conference (IDIMC), , () ( ed.). (pp. 75-85). Loughborough: . LISU.
Mowbray, J., Hall, H., Raeside, R., Robertson, P. (2016, June). The role of networking and social media tools during job search: an information behaviour perspective. Paper presented at Conceptions of Library and Information Science (CoLIS) 9, Uppsala University, Sweden.
Mowbray, J., Hall, H., Raeside, R. (2015, June). Could social networking online help NEET young people gain employment?. Paper presented at Information: interactions and impact (i3) 2015, Robert Gordon University, Aberdeen, Scotland.See all publications