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Social Informatics

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    Book Overview
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    Chapter 1 Airbnb’s Reputation System and Gender Differences Among Guests: Evidence from Large-Scale Data Analysis and a Controlled Experiment
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    Chapter 2 Arabs and Atheism: Religious Discussions in the Arab Twittersphere
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    Chapter 3 Deep Dive into Anonymity: Large Scale Analysis of Quora Questions
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    Chapter 4 The Demography of the Peripatetic Researcher: Evidence on Highly Mobile Scholars from the Web of Science
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    Chapter 5 Did the Black Panther Movie Make Blacks Blacker? Examining Black Racial Identity on Twitter Before and After the Black Panther Movie Release
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    Chapter 6 Gender and Racial Diversity in Commercial Brands’ Advertising Images on Social Media
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    Chapter 7 Housing in Affluent vs. Deprived Areas: An Analysis of Online Housing Advertisements in Dublin
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    Chapter 8 Into the Dark: A Case Study of Banned Darknet Drug Forums
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    Chapter 9 A Longitudinal Study on Twitter-Based Forecasting of Five Dutch National Elections
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    Chapter 10 Measuring Personal Values in Cross-Cultural User-Generated Content
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    Chapter 11 Perceptions of Social Roles Across Cultures
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    Chapter 12 Predicting Audience Engagement Across Social Media Platforms in the News Domain
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    Chapter 13 Quantifying Polarization on Twitter: The Kavanaugh Nomination
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    Chapter 14 Understanding Gray Networks Using Social Media Trace Data
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    Chapter 15 Using Simulated Reproductive History Data to Re-think the Relationship Between Education and Fertility
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    Chapter 16 A Voice for Education: A Digital Analysis of Sheikha Moza’s Public Statements, 2009–2018
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    Chapter 17 You Can’t See What You Can’t See: Experimental Evidence for How Much Relevant Information May Be Missed Due to Google’s Web Search Personalisation
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    Chapter 18 Arabic Offensive Language Classification on Twitter
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    Chapter 19 Assessing Sentiment of the Expressed Stance on Social Media
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    Chapter 20 Do Events Change Opinions on Social Media? Studying the 2016 US Presidential Debates
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    Chapter 21 “Hashjacking” the Debate: Polarisation Strategies of Germany’s Political Far-Right on Twitter
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    Chapter 22 Stylistic Features Usage: Similarities and Differences Using Multiple Social Networks
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Chapter title
A Voice for Education: A Digital Analysis of Sheikha Moza’s Public Statements, 2009–2018
Chapter number 16
Book title
Social Informatics
Published by
Springer, Cham, November 2019
DOI 10.1007/978-3-030-34971-4_16
Book ISBNs
978-3-03-034970-7, 978-3-03-034971-4

Dina Sawaly, Wajdi Zaghouani, David Kaufer, Sawaly, Dina, Zaghouani, Wajdi, Kaufer, David

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