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Edith Lam

Hi, Professor Myers. I'd like to study the business/financial blogs featured by the professionals in the industry. Actually there are very good ones in some online business/management magazines, such as Harvard Business Review. But as you know, getting official permission might be a problem as paid subscription is required for access to the online materials. Then how about the blogs in the international newspapers, such as the World-wide Telegraph, which can be accessed online for the expatriate? Do you think capturing the texts there also requires writing for their official permission? Would it make a difference when I capture and use their business blogs for the purpose of academic research/writing dissertation? For your information, I'm currently studying your University's Hong Kong MA TESOL programme (Cohort 10).

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