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Assessing the accuracy of sentiment analysis of social media posts at small and medium-sized enterprises in Southern Germany

Josef Michael Schwaiger, Markus Lang, Christian Ritter, Florian Johannsen
2016
In recent years, small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) have increasingly adopted Social Media technologies with the purpose of fostering the bidirectional communication with customers or to facili-tate  ...  In this context, we revert to Social Media posts of five SMEs from southern Germany.  ...  The search was directed at enterprises of small and medium sizes across all industries, openly declaring their commitment to Social Media.  ... 
doi:10.5283/epub.33932 fatcat:uoncgiiyubaj5abgd5ajluvnkm

Predicting Online Islamophobic Behavior after #ParisAttacks

Kareem Darwish, Walid Magdy, Afshin Rahimi, Timothy Baldwin, Norah Abokhodair
2018 Journal of Web Science  
The tragic Paris terrorist attacks of November 13, 2015 sparked a massive global discussion on Twitter and other social media, with millions of tweets in the first few hours after the attacks.  ...  In our study, we collected a set of 8.36 million tweets related to the Paris attacks within the 50 hours following the event, of which we identified over 900k tweets mentioning Islam and Muslims.  ...  More recently, there has been research examining social influence, homophily, and polarity in the context of social media, focusing on a variety of aspects including: utilizing social media as a tool for  ... 
doi:10.1561/106.00000013 dblp:journals/jws/DarwishMRBA18 fatcat:j6dtiw4snvfq3dpp33drfjrioe

Rethinking SME default prediction: a systematic literature review and future perspectives

Francesco Ciampi, Alessandro Giannozzi, Giacomo Marzi, Edward I. Altman
2021 Scientometrics  
AbstractOver the last dozen years, the topic of small and medium enterprise (SME) default prediction has developed into a relevant research domain that has grown for important reasons exponentially across  ...  We identified, analysed and reviewed five streams of research and suggest a set of future research avenues to help scholars and practitioners address the new challenges and emerging issues in a changing  ...  (2007) behr p.; güttler a Credit risk assess- ment and relation- ship lend- ing: an empirical analysis of german small and medium- sized enterprises Journal of small business manage- ment  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11192-020-03856-0 pmid:33531720 pmcid:PMC7844786 fatcat:myessip4vvajphscddamtn53xi

Patterns in media consumption: regional models

Stylianos Papathanassopoulos, Iliana Giannouli, Ioanna Archontaki, Andrea Miconi, Volker Grassmuck, Barbara Thomass, Dessislava Boshnakova, Dessislava Dankova, Thomas Andersson, Qammar Abbas, Laura Prisca Ohler
2021 Zenodo  
The report analyses the main media consumption trends at regional level (Nordic, Western, Eastern, and Mediterranean) and their relation with the national and the European level.  ...  The abundance of media in Southern Europe despite their relatively small markets is best exemplified by Greece: in comparison to Portugal, a country with similar size and population, the Greeks enjoy twice  ...  Only in the case of France we found a relatively small number of radio stations, considering the size and the population of the country.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.6381887 fatcat:3wcy5cp3tzdrjdvoeouasn63ce

Asian Social Science, Vol. 6, No. 1, January, 2010. All in one PDF file

Editor ASS
2009 Asian Social Science  
Shanghai Museum, especially Ms Bao Yanli for her support and Ms Liang Wei for the translation in order of their appearance in this article.  ...  Acknowledgement This paper is part of the results from the project sponsored by National Science Council [NSC-97-2511-S-018-005] Acknowledgement The author wishes to acknowledge the generous help of  ...  An analysis of 208 farm households in 2008 in the study area showed that farmland size is small for the medium farm households and too small for the poor ones, both for the Kinh and the Khmer.  ... 
doi:10.5539/ass.v6n1p0 fatcat:cgecgsae2vcdnomd2i2mztxnsm

Why Follow All the Hoopla? Fake News Reporting on Social Media Platforms and Implications for Nation-State Building

2018 International Journal of Media Journalism and Mass Communications  
Further, the paper presents examples of social injustice to support the claim that fake news reporting shared on social media can have significant implications on nation-building, particularly the socio-economic  ...  A case in point is that the increased incidents of content-sharing and content recycling in politically fragile states such as Cameroon, Libya, Burma, Iran, Indonesia, and China have been fueled by fears  ...  In a blog posted January 20, 2017, Ashley Rose Atkinson, a Marketing and Social Media Coordinator at White-Wilson Medical Center observed that the creators of fake news produce domain names similar to  ... 
doi:10.20431/2454-9479.0402004 fatcat:h6sdbvb6pfgmrlpxkrrmw6rg3q

Computational Socioeconomics [article]

Jian Gao, Yi-Cheng Zhang, Tao Zhou
2019 arXiv   pre-print
, data-driven methods, theoretical models and novel applications at multiple resolutions, including the quantification of global economic inequality and complexity, the map of regional industrial structure  ...  and urban perception, the estimation of individual socioeconomic status and demographic, and the real-time monitoring of emergent events.  ...  They calculated the depression inclination of each post using a sentiment analysis method and constructed the detection model using features of depressed users.  ... 
arXiv:1905.06166v1 fatcat:kvhy2hpzgvg2vnqhdjfyjfidqi

Emergència climàtica, nou model energètic i economia col·laborativa: cap a les comunitats ciutadanes d'energia?

Gemma Domènech Costafreda
2020 Oikonomics  
The report benefited from valuable discussions and insights from Jan Steinkohl, Olav Berg and Ana Maria Sanchez Infante (DG ENER).  ...  We would especially like to thank to Achille Hannoset (University of Ghent), Joshua Roberts (REScoop.eu), Roland Tual (REScoop.eu) for their valuable reviews and additions.  ...   Effective control: Renewable energy communities can be effectively controlled by micro, small, and medium-sized enterprises that are 'located in the proximity' of the renewable energy project; while  ... 
doi:10.7238/o.n14.2016 fatcat:lz2rl4qolzelpif2wc4rmcxxxq

Full Text PDF of The JBBA, Volume 2 Issue 2, October 2019

Naseem Naqvi
2019 The Journal of British Blockchain Association  
Instead of performing sentiment analysis on all social media content posted, Kim et al.  ...  Instead of performing sentiment analysis on all social media content posted, Kim et al.  ...  capitalizations from the right (large) to the left (small).  ... 
doi:10.31585/jbba-2-2-(full)2019 fatcat:lsnv4wnuhvhpne33puatdc4p4e

UR SMART: Social Media Analysis Research Toolkit

Florian Johannsen, Josef Michael Schwaiger, Markus Lang, Susanne Leist
2016
However, the analysis of these posts is difficult, in case they are characterized by regional slang or a branch-specific language, which holds true for posts in social media channels of small-and-medium  ...  As SMEs play a decisive role in the economy in southern Germany, we are developing a social media analysis tool, which matches the requirements of SMEs in that particular region and addresses the aforementioned  ...  In that context, not only large companies invest into the adaption of social technologies but also small-and-medium sized enterprises (SMEs) become more and more engaged in the external communication via  ... 
doi:10.5283/epub.35034 fatcat:eq2tkgr46zfydlahpm25qyemta

Postcards and Propaganda: Cartographic Postcards as Soft News Images of the Russo-Japanese War

Jon D. Carlson
2009 Political Communication  
In part, this could be due to the large postcard market in Germany, but the card plays on nationalist sentiments of the time.  ...  control of the southern section of the Manchurian railway and the southern portion of Sakhalin Island.  ... 
doi:10.1080/10584600902861947 fatcat:f27fsje6avbnfcitud2gj2cj3m

International Business Research, Vol.1, No.4, October 2008

Editor IBR
2009 International Business Research  
The earlier version of this refereed paper was accepted (on 3-3-2008) for presentation at the 5th International Conference on Service Systems and Service Management (ICSSSM'08), 2008, Melbourne, Australia  ...  Acknowledgements Our special thanks to the valuable contribution, Dr Jeffrey Keddie, Department of Management, Monash University made to the preparation of this paper.  ...  Function Analysis of the Acceptation of Technology Spillover by Small Enterprises Because we put the research emphasis on the industry clusters of numerous small and medium-sized enterprises and make  ... 
doi:10.5539/ibr.v1n4p0 fatcat:jjjrpvua6neq7fvcsmfikrvwfy

Asian Social Science, Vol. 5, No. 4, April, 2009

Editor ASS
2009 Asian Social Science  
The thought of Ryohei is an enlightening to the simple beauty in modern design. Not only Ryohei Kojima advocated simple beauty, many other Japanese design masters also do so.  ...  Japanese design applies natural and traditional concepts, modern elements and construction methods and is leading design in the world, which is worthy for Chinese designers to learn and refer to.  ...  and forwarding and some small-sized enterprises transformed into private-owned enterprises.  ... 
doi:10.5539/ass.v5n4p0 fatcat:gj3ukzy5a5f3tpe3dvbx5egrty

Actual issues of modern development of socio-economic systems in terms of the COVID-19 pandemic [article]

Balanska Olena, Bavyko Oleksandr, Bezpartochna Olesia, Bezpartochnyi Maksym, Bogma Olena, Bogush Larysa, Bražulienė Rasa, Britchenko Igor, Burinskiene Aurelija, Čižiūnienė Kristina, Deineko Liudmyla, Dokashenko Galyna (+55 others)
2021 Zenodo  
Now, huge economic losses have been recorded, which affected almost all sectors of the national economy and the state in the short, medium and long term.  ...  and use of competitive advantages in the consumer markets in conditions of limited resources, development promising sectors of the national economy, etc.  ...  Acknowledgment This article was prepared as a part of the SGS project at the Faculty of Economics, VŠB-TU Ostrava, project number: SP2021/56 -Change of the key performance indicators in specific areas  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.5842277 fatcat:xlni3xqmmvem7dabojl3vlj4yy

Actual issues of modern development of socio-economic systems in terms of the COVID-19 pandemic [article]

Balanska Olena, Bavyko Oleksandr, Bezpartochna Olesia, Bezpartochnyi Maksym, Bogma Olena, Bogush Larysa, Bražulienė Rasa, Britchenko Igor, Burinskiene Aurelija, Čižiūnienė Kristina, Deineko Liudmyla, Dokashenko Galyna (+55 others)
2021 Zenodo  
Now, huge economic losses have been recorded, which affected almost all sectors of the national economy and the state in the short, medium and long term.  ...  and use of competitive advantages in the consumer markets in conditions of limited resources, development promising sectors of the national economy, etc.  ...  Acknowledgment This article was prepared as a part of the SGS project at the Faculty of Economics, VŠB-TU Ostrava, project number: SP2021/56 -Change of the key performance indicators in specific areas  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.5834822 fatcat:x4gmssgkgvholpdfplbcod4aaa
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