Literatur zum Forschungsthema

Die aktuellen Veröffentlichungen zum Thema Soziale Netzwerkanalyse(x)

Die aktuellen Veröffentlichungen zum Thema Soziale Netzwerkanalyse(x)

Birds of a Feather Tweet Together: Integrating Network and Content Analyses to Examine Cross-Ideology Exposure on Twitter

Himelboim, I., McCreery, S., & Smith, M. (2013). Birds of a Feather Tweet Together: Integrating Network and Content Analyses to Examine Cross-Ideology Exposure on Twitter. Journal of Computer Mediated Communication, 18(2), 40-60.
Himelboim, I., McCreery, S., & Smith, M.
Journal of Computer Mediated Communication, 18 (2), (S. 40-60).
2013

This study integrates network and content analyses to examine exposure to cross-ideological political views on Twitter.

Die Nutzung des Web 2.0 in Deutschland: Verbreitung, Determinanten und Auswirkungen

Schenk, M., Jers, C., & Gölz, H. (Hrsg.) (2013). Die Nutzung des Web 2.0 in Deutschland: Verbreitung, Determinanten und Auswirkungen Baden-Baden: Nomos.
Schenk, M., Jers, C., & Gölz, H. (Hrsg.)
289 Seiten, ISBN 978-3-8487-0109-4 ,
Baden-Baden: Nomos 2013

Wer nutzt wie das Web 2.0 mit welchen Folgen für Individuum und Gesellschaft? Warum konsumieren manche Nutzer nur die Inhalte, während andere kommentieren, bewerten oder sogar Inhalte produzieren?

Hyperlinks and political communication: A comparativestudy of parties online

Ackland, R., & Gibson, R. (2013). Hyperlinks and political communication: A comparativestudy of parties online. International Journal of Social Research Methodology, 16(3), 231-244.
Ackland, R., & Gibson, R.
International Journal of Social Research Methodology, 16 (3), (S. 231-244).
2013

This study analyses hyperlink data from over 100 political parties in six countries to show how political actors are using links to engage in a new form of ‘networked communication’ to promote themselves to an online audience. We specify three types of networked communication – identity reinforcement, force multiplication and opponent dismissal – and hypothesize variance in their performance based on key party variables of size and ideological outlook.

Social Networks that Matter: Exploring the Role of Political Discussion for Online Political Participation

Valenzuela, S., Kim, Y., & Zuniga, H. G. de (2012). Social Networks that Matter: Exploring the Role of Political Discussion for Online Political Participation. International Journal of Public Opinion Research, 24(2), 163–184.
Valenzuela, S., Kim, Y., & Zuniga, H. G. de
International Journal of Public Opinion Research, 24 (2), (S. 163–184).
2012

Networked: The new social operating system

Rainie, L., & Wellman, B. (2012). Networked: The new social operating system Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.
Rainie, L., & Wellman, B.
376 Seiten, ISBN 9780262017190,
Cambridge, MA: MIT Press 2012

Daily life is connected life, its rhythms driven by endless email pings and responses, the chimes and beeps of continually arriving text messages, tweets and retweets, Facebook updates, pictures and videos to post and discuss. Some worry that this new environment makes us isolated and lonely. But in Networked, Lee Rainie and Barry Wellman show how the large, loosely knit social circles of networked individuals expand opportunities for learning, problem solving, decision making, and personal interaction.

Online collective identity: The case of the environmental movement

Ackland, R., & O'Neil, M. (2011). Online collective identity: The case of the environmental movement. Social Networks, 33, 177–190.
Ackland, R., & O'Neil, M.
Social Networks, 33 (S. 177–190).
2011

Social movements are making extensive communicative and organizational use of the Internet in order to identify social problems and bring about change. We present a model of an online social movement, where actors exchange practical and symbolic resources through hyperlink and online frame networks.

Encountering “difference” in the contemporary public sphere: The contribution of the internet to the heterogeneity of political discussion networks

Brundidge, J. (2010). Encountering “difference” in the contemporary public sphere: The contribution of the internet to the heterogeneity of political discussion networks. Journal of Communication, 60, 680–700.
Brundidge, J.
Journal of Communication, 60 (S. 680–700).
2010

This study explores the intersection of media use, political discussion, and exposure to political difference through a focus on how Internet use might affect the overall heterogeneity of people’s political discussion networks.