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As social networks and the user-generated content that populates them continue to grow in prevalence, size, and influence, understanding how users interact and produce this content becomes increasingly important. Insight into these community dynamics could prove valuable for measuring content trust, providing role-based group recommendations, or evaluating group stability and growth. To this end, we explore user posting behavior on reddit, a large social networking site comprised of manydoi:10.1145/2567948.2579231 dblp:conf/www/BuntainG14 fatcat:h5c5zy7q2rewzcwitij2ddf2hu