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Congressional Twitter Messages, Jacob Rosenberg, Joe O'Hern, Ben Richardson Dec 2009

Congressional Twitter Messages, Jacob Rosenberg, Joe O'Hern, Ben Richardson

G. R. Boynton's New Media and Politics

No abstract provided.


Afghan Military: Who Are The Tweeters?, Travis D. Overton, Kelsey Beltramea, Katrina Christenson, Brian Halverson Dec 2009

Afghan Military: Who Are The Tweeters?, Travis D. Overton, Kelsey Beltramea, Katrina Christenson, Brian Halverson

G. R. Boynton's New Media and Politics

Report about the similarities and differences between Twitter users.


Progressive Tweeting, Eric D. Haberkorn, Ben J. Nielsen, Will Gries Dec 2009

Progressive Tweeting, Eric D. Haberkorn, Ben J. Nielsen, Will Gries

G. R. Boynton's New Media and Politics

Tweeting about health care reform is extremely popular right now and one of the most active groups of people tweeting about it is progressives. We captured the stream of tweets containing the #p2 hash tag that progressives use. The progressives are a unique part of the health care reform tweets because of their extreme views on the topic. The data we captured spanned from 11:01 AM until 2:32 PM on November 20th, 2009, and consisted of 1533 messages. Tweeting using the #p2 hash tag has been fairly unchanged over the past 30 days with the biggest spikes in ...


Conservative British Parliament Mps And Twitter, Drew Bulman, Chris Jensen, James Loughlin, Nathan Whittmann, Lindsey Schneckloth Nov 2009

Conservative British Parliament Mps And Twitter, Drew Bulman, Chris Jensen, James Loughlin, Nathan Whittmann, Lindsey Schneckloth

G. R. Boynton's New Media and Politics

Over the last year, the explosion of Twitter as a communication medium— thanks in large part to the Iran elections—has crept into all walks of life, from celebrities and bloggers to local and national politicians. This report will focus specifically on eight members of the British Conservative (Tory) Party, taking note of their tweeting habits--over two data sets--in regards to both content and consistency.


Unemployment: September 2009, Eric D. Haberkorn, Ben J. Nielsen, Elizabeth M. Miller Oct 2009

Unemployment: September 2009, Eric D. Haberkorn, Ben J. Nielsen, Elizabeth M. Miller

G. R. Boynton's New Media and Politics

No abstract provided.


The 2009 Philippines Flood And Twitter, Drew Bulman, Matthew Samson, Chris Jensen Oct 2009

The 2009 Philippines Flood And Twitter, Drew Bulman, Matthew Samson, Chris Jensen

G. R. Boynton's New Media and Politics

We began collecting Twitter data on October 2, 2009, utilizing sources like Archivist and Trendistic to gather general trends on the topic of the 2009 Filipino floods. We used search phrases like “Philippines”, “Philippine floods”, and “Philippines flooding” in order to collect the number of tweets. We discovered that “flooding” was not viable a search topic because of the flooding that was occurring simultaneously in India. As we read various news articles, it was difficult to discern exactly how many typhoons had hit the country and how many were predicted to hit. Different news agencies were calling the storms different ...