Member Classification and Party Characteristics in Twitter during UK Election

Abstract : In modern politics, parties and individual candidates must have an online presence and usually have dedicated social media coordinators. In this context, real time member classification and party characterization, taking into account the dynamic nature of social media, are essential to highlight the main differences between parties and to monitor their activities, influences, structures, contents and mood. This paper summarizes a case study of member classification and party characteristics in Twitter during the UK election.
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The 1st international workshop on dynamic systems (DYNAM). 2011
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Antoine Boutet, Eiko Yoneki. Member Classification and Party Characteristics in Twitter during UK Election. The 1st international workshop on dynamic systems (DYNAM). 2011. 〈hal-00645428〉

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