This book covers deep researches from different perspectives and disciplines upon Social Network on social, legal, economic and cultural issues by successful and expert researchers in their field. In this book, different and rigorous analyses of all areas influenced by social media and social networking were carried out in order to be one of the emerging reliable sources on the Digital Age literature with various dimensions.
Social media present potentially powerful tools in the conduct of academic research, especially for reaching groups with common interests solely or primarily bound by virtual bonds. It enables a researcher to greatly expand the reach of their study, and to do so in a very cost-effective manner. As discussed in this research case, the use of social media does present unique challenges that must be considered and addressed prior to engaging in a study.
Social Media Data Mining and Analytics shows analysts how to use sophisticated techniques to mine social media data, obtaining the information they need to generate amazing results for their businesses. This book provides hands-on examples for applying state-of-the-art tools and technologies to mine social media - examples include Twitter, Wikipedia, Stack Exchange, LiveJournal, movie reviews, and other rich data sources.
The SAGE Handbook of Social Media Research Methods offers a step-by-step guide to overcoming the challenges inherent in research projects that deal with 'big and broad data', from the formulation of research questions through to the interpretation of findings. The handbook includes chapters on specific social media platforms such as Twitter, Sina Weibo and Instagram, as well as a series of critical chapters.
The growth of social media over the last decade has revolutionized the way individuals interact and industries Social Media Mining integrates social media, social network analysis, and data mining to provide a coherent platform to understand the basics and potentials of social media mining. It introduces the unique problems arising from social media data and presents fundamental concepts, emerging issues, and effective algorithms for network analysis and data mining.
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