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Public Opinion Revisited: The propagation of opinions in digital networks

Marco Toledo Bastos
2012 Journal of Arab & Muslim Media Research  
), broadcasting (mass communication) and networks of nodes (digital communication) .  ...  The propagation of public opinion is depicted as a form shaped by a network of nodes, therefore suggesting a diagram for the distribution of messages and opinions in digital networks described as 'netclustering  ...  These spaces paved a forum for social interaction at the same time it became a platform for airing one's opinions and agendas for public discussion.  ... 
doi:10.1386/jammr.4.2-3.185_1 fatcat:pwiv7tyfujglvfw5ii6bkwt6pi

Strategic Optimization of Public Opinion Management in Universities under Change of Network Public Opinion Ecosystem

Shui Jingjing
2020 Journal of Education and Culture Studies  
The current breakthroughs in Internet big data and AI technologies have accelerated the fission-like dissemination of public opinion on the Internet, providing both opportunities and challenges for university  ...  of universities from five levels: building a management system of network public opinion, strengthening the guidance mode of public opinion, promoting the operation of campus new media matrix, paying  ...  opinion, and is a dynamic space formed by the interaction and influence of various online public opinions and their elements.  ... 
doi:10.22158/jecs.v4n4p28 fatcat:qclauabgnrddxouihlxliupcaa

Public Opinion on Artificial Intelligence Development

A.V. Merenkov, R. Campa, N.P. Dronishinets
2021 KnE Social Sciences  
The research methods adopted are a content analysis of foreign publications devoted to the study of public opinion on AI and a questionnaire survey.  ...  Keywords: public opinion, artificial intelligence, subjects of public opinion, representations of social groups about artificial intelligence  ...  This topic is rarely discussed on TV broadcasts or in newspapers -a situation that negatively affects the formation of public opinion on the prospects and problems related to the development and implementation  ... 
doi:10.18502/kss.v5i2.8401 fatcat:nd7eqdpyfvd6llabzkmbrjz2iu

Mobile Phone Media and Its Public Opinion Management [chapter]

Wenbo Kuang
2018 Social Media in China  
It will be a brand-new form of cultural production and an information dissemination channel that is different from the past and challenges traditional media.  ...  Forums, chat rooms and mobile QQ, with the help of mobile phone media, further enrich the channels for interpersonal communication.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-981-13-0914-4_7 fatcat:aew46t62arfkteuhkxaxmavnpa

Political Talk Radio and Public Opinion

David Barker, Kathleen Knight
2000 Public Opinion Quarterly  
Moreover, Limbaugh listening independently corresponds to greater negativity toward Ross Perot, a figure for whom affect cannot be accurately predicted from individual party identification or ideology.  ...  We employ a variety of methods to combat the selection bias inherent in such relationships.  ...  In other words, all of the normal channels of political communication appear to be unbiased with respect to direct influence on public attitudes toward health care reform, in the aggregate.  ... 
doi:10.1086/317760 fatcat:fmvmujnruzdndpucjhl2xa4uoy

Research on public opinion based on Big Data

Songtao Shang, Minyong Shi, Wenqian Shang, Zhiguo Hong
2015 2015 IEEE/ACIS 14th International Conference on Computer and Information Science (ICIS)  
of network public opinion in universities.  ...  Compared with the traditional public opinion in the past, the Internet public opinion of University in the era of big data will be endowed with new characteristics.  ...  The transmission mode of traditional media is a pair of multi-layer communication mode, and the transmission mode of the network new media is transformed into a multi -to -many interactive mode of communication  ... 
doi:10.1109/icis.2015.7166655 dblp:conf/ACISicis/ShangSSH15 fatcat:asju42jsjvbghbgmgirkvrfucm

Analysing Public Opinion and Misinformation in a COVID-19 Telegram Group Chat

Hui Xian Lynnette Ng, Jia Yuan Loke
2020 IEEE Internet Computing  
We analyze a Singapore-based COVID-19 Telegram group with more than 10 000 participants.  ...  Third, we explore searching for user skepticism as one strategy for identifying misinformation, finding misinformation not previously identified by authorities.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS Any opinions, findings and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the author(s) and do not reflect the views of any organization or government.  ... 
doi:10.1109/mic.2020.3040516 fatcat:vq4qgbnqvzhxtphkhlaurubngu

COMMUNICATIONS RESEARCH SINCE LAZARSFELD

E. KATZ
1987 Public Opinion Quarterly  
Much of the history of this enterprise, discipline or not, can be written as a set of continuing arguments with Paul Lazarsfeld.  ...  Disciplines Communication | Social and Behavioral Sciences This journal article is available at ScholarlyCommons  ...  Lazarsfeld kept trying to explain to others how work in public opinion and mass communication can contribute directly, or through interaction, to disciplines such as history (Lazarsfeld, 1950) , journalism  ... 
doi:10.1093/poq/51.4_part_2.s25 fatcat:ftmnzvl4vzay3m67qzddbjbtye

Political Institutionalisation of Public Opinion through Polling

Slavko Splichal
1997 Javnost - The Public  
For Mills, the authoritative control over the communication channels and over any action to make the opinion effective (i.e., blocking any practical action) was not a consequence of polling, but rather  ...  Public opinion is a complex communication process (rather than a concretely defined situation) in which individuals (1) are confronted with innumerable and constantly changing choices for action, including  ...  This also pertains to the present and the future: computer mediated communication may again affect the formation of public opinion and its nature. 2.  ... 
doi:10.1080/13183222.1997.11008644111 fatcat:oy27qwc2xndphflgzr3aaeyc3u

Communications Research Since Lazarsfeld

Elihu Katz
1987 Public Opinion Quarterly  
Much of the history of this enterprise, discipline or not, can be written as a set of continuing arguments with Paul Lazarsfeld.  ...  Disciplines Communication | Social and Behavioral Sciences This journal article is available at ScholarlyCommons  ...  Lazarsfeld kept trying to explain to others how work in public opinion and mass communication can contribute directly, or through interaction, to disciplines such as history (Lazarsfeld, 1950) , journalism  ... 
doi:10.1086/269068 fatcat:k3lxnzokabebpfx7ke5gepluwu

Online Public Opinion Guidance Strategy for College Students in the Era of We Media

Yan Wu, Yujiao Song, Fang Wang, Yanying Zhou, Mengshan Li
2019 Journal of Computer and Communications  
, interaction and immediacy of communication.  ...  It is a new challenge that the ideological and political education in colleges and universities, must face how to guide online public opinion effectively.  ...  Conflicts of Interest The authors declare no conflicts of interest regarding the publication of this paper.  ... 
doi:10.4236/jcc.2019.712008 fatcat:5m43m4pklzfkbdk7achrhkbdhi

Social Media Public Opinion as Flocks in a Murmuration: Conceptualizing and Measuring Opinion Expression on Social Media

Yini Zhang, Fan Chen, Karl Rohe
2021 Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication  
Our framework for measuring social media public opinion first samples targeted nodes from a large social graph and identifies homogeneous, interactive, and stable networks of actors, which we call "flocks  ...  We propose a new way of imagining and measuring opinions emerging from social media.  ...  Acknowledgments The authors are grateful for helpful feedback from the reviewers, editors, Lew Friedland, and Dhavan Shah.  ... 
doi:10.1093/jcmc/zmab021 fatcat:u53ywy4ngvhihbcjwpaj2s5lwa

Challenging Official Propaganda? Public Opinion Leaders on Sina Weibo

Joyce Y. M. Nip, King-wa Fu
2016 The China Quarterly  
Government and Party bodies initiated a fair number of cases and, despite not being strong agenda setters or disseminators, were able to dominate public opinion owing to the fact that news organizations  ...  While individuals from some other user categories were able to become prominent opinion leaders, news workers are likely to be the most promising user category to challenge official propaganda.  ...  of all levels were called upon to be more open with government information and interact more with the public by making use of channels such as government websites and government Weibos. 39 The number  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0305741015001654 fatcat:tgnsxmirr5e4zilmyjwbjvmnc4

The Influence of Foreign Voices on U.S. Public Opinion

Danny Hayes, Matt Guardino
2011 American Journal of Political Science  
U.S. public opinion in the lead-up to the 2003 invasion of Iraq presents a puzzle.  ...  We test this argument with a dynamic analysis that merges a large-scale content analysis of news coverage with a series of public opinion surveys from August 2002 through March 2003.  ...  Moreover, it is clear that the major channels of mass communications in the United States-which remain by a large margin the key source of foreign policy content for the majority of Americans-carried very  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1540-5907.2011.00523.x fatcat:u65j4bm2kbf4pek47aid5flwa4

Theoretical/Historical Account of Public Opinion Survey and Its Importance

Medani P. Bhandari, Sumy State University, Ukraine
2019 Business Ethics and Leadership  
This short paper illustrates literary sources and approaches on public opinion survey mostly created for solving the social problem.  ...  Paper is based on secondary information and provides a general base of the public opinion survey.  ...  I would also like to thank Manaslu, and Prameya especially for their support to me to concentrate on the paper as well as for their positive comments on the language pattern.  ... 
doi:10.21272/bel.3(1).101-108.2019 fatcat:lfcccv6k3raw7e2ggp6qvk2y6m
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