Digital Discussions (häftad)
Format
Häftad (Paperback / softback)
Språk
Engelska
Antal sidor
200
Utgivningsdatum
2018-11-16
Förlag
CRC Press Inc
Illustrationer
5 Tables, black and white
Antal komponenter
1
ISBN
9780815381860
Digital Discussions (häftad)

Digital Discussions

How Big Data Informs Political Communication

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Big data raise major research possibilities for political communication scholars who are interested in how citizens, elites, and journalists interact. With the availability of social media data, academics can observe, on a large scale, how people talk about politics. The opportunity to study political discussions is also available to media organizations and political elites-examining how they make use of big data represents another fruitful scholarly trajectory. The scholars involved in Digital Discussions represent forward thinkers who aim to inform the study of political communication by analyzing the behavior of and messages left by citizens, elites, and journalists in digital spaces. By using a variety of methodological approaches and bringing together diverse theoretical perspectives, this group sheds light on how big data can inform political communication research. It is critical reading for those studying and working in communication studies with a focus on big data.
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Chapter 1: Big Data in Political Communication Natalie J. Stroud & Shannon McGregor Chapter 2: Normalizing Digital Trace Data Andreas Jungherr Chapter 3: Everything Old is New Again: Big Data and Methodological Transparency Leticia Bode Chapter 4: Ignorance or Uncertainty: How the "Black Box" Dilemma in Big Data Research May "Misinform" Political Communication Lei Guo Chapter 5: Why Don't Tweets Consistently Track Elections? Lessons from Linking Twitter and Survey Data Streams Josh Pasek and Jake Dailey Chapter 6: Inferring Individual-Level Characteristics from Digital Trace Data: Issues and Recommendations Deen Freelon Chapter 7: The Technical, the Personal, and the Political: Understanding Journalists and News Users' Engagement in the New York Times Comments Section Ashley Muddiman Chapter 8: Is Yik Yak a Platform for Political Communication? Exploring College Students' Communication on an Emergent Social Media Platform Chris Vargo and Toby Hopp Chapter 9: Data-Driven Campaigning Jesse Baldwin-Philippi Chapter 10: "Little Marco," "Lyin' Ted," "Crooked Hillary," and the "Biased" Media: How Trump Used Twitter to Attack and Organize Ayellet Pelled, Josephine Lukito, Fred Boehm, JangHwan Yang, and Dhavan Shah