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This paper examines the effect of online social network interactions on future attitudes. Specifically, we focus on how a person's online content and network dynamics can be used to predict future attitudes and stances in the aftermath of a major event. In this study, we focus on the attitudes of US Twitter users towards Islam and Muslims subsequent to the tragic Paris terrorist attacks that occurred on November 13, 2015. We quantitatively analyze 44K users' network interactions and historicaldoi:10.1145/2908131.2908150 dblp:conf/websci/MagdyDARB16 fatcat:2sy4nw75bzcn3i62clxamo3ox4