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Since the onset of COVID-19, gender violence has significantly increased, affecting the lives of cis and trans girls and women due to the lack of visibility and overall normalization established through several patriarchal patterns in society. Maven Road analyzed the 8.6M million social media mentions on the topic that occurred in the US since Marc...
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To be published by IGI Global (www.igi-global.com). This book focuses on the effort of grocery/food entrepreneurs to best evaluate the effects of social media communication strategies on the consumer decision-making process with the use of different MCDA techniques and tools. This book will be submitted for inclusion in SCOPUS.
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To be published by IGI Global in December 2023. This book discusses how the fashion business can benefit from social media innovation approaches in digital environments.This book will be submitted for inclusion in SCOPUS.
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There is increasing interest in predicting traffic measures by modeling big data-driven complex scenarios with data mining and machine learning methods. In this study, the parameters of the traffic analysis model were created using 35,697 Twitter traffic notifications. The relationships and effects between the parameters of hour, day, month, season...
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The history of mankind has witnessed numerous revolutions in its journey. These revolutions have changed the course of civilizational development, timeline dating back to 10,000 B.C., from Neolithic Revolution to the current Industrial revolution 4.0. In the present times, the role of technology has not only escalated, however, it has become an ess...
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Social media sites (SMSs) become essential platforms used by people, customers, and companies for communication and marketing. Social media networks (SMNs) allow access to individuals who share their information and this, in turn, can lead to build users' profiles. Profiles can consist of a basic description of users' characteristics such as name,...
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ChatGPT is an AI tool that performs natural language processing (NLP) tasks, primarily language generation. Its standout feature is question answering, providing quick and accurate answers to a wide range of questions. This paper aims to demonstrate the use of ChatGPT for data collection and to examine its impact on the business landscape through a...
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Drawing on social exchange theory (SET), this study aims to investigate the impact of hotel brand experience (HBE) on developing customer citizenship behaviors (CCBs). A total number of (500) valid questionnaires were collected using convenience sampling to test the measurement model and hypotheses using SmartPLS 4.0.8.2. The results show that hote...
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With the rise of social media platforms, which have billions of users around the World, the dissemination of information has become easier than ever. The COVID-19 pandemic has increased the use of social media to discuss many topics, including vaccines. The aim of this study is to analyze public sentiment with Machine Learning of vaccine-related tw...
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The use of social media continues to increase in modern cultures in recent years. This new context leads to creating a virtual self, which somewhat differs from the real self. Further, social relations are set and maintained predominantly in this new context. There is no doubt that social media does not only affect individuals' social relations but...
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The digital era has brought about significant changes in the way we work, communicate and interact with each other. However, these changes have also led to the emergence of new stressors that affect individuals in the workplace. The purpose of this research paper is to explore the various stressors that exist in the digital era workplace and to pro...
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Never in Spain’s history have sexual minorities enjoyed the current rights. However, LGBTIphobic rhetoric displayed by extreme-right activism threats the gains made. An online survey among LGBTI+ people between 16 and 29 years was conducted. 152 people answered. Results show that Spanish LGBTI+ youth is mostly prone to activism, they were quite inf...
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AI-based social media recommendations have great potential to improve user experience. However, often these recommendations do not match the user interest and create an unpleasant experience. Moreover, the recommendation system being a black box creates comprehensibility and interpretability issues. This paper investigates social media recommendati...
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Social media apps like TikTok have influenced the daily lives of billions of users. Such apps are forms of network goods and subject to so-called network externalities. They offer a social utility that increases with the number of app users. The social utility can be divided into a strong-tie utility (STU) and weak- tie utility (WTU) as it may emer...
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🚨Call for papers now OPEN 🚨 ℹ️ A 1-day conference exploring 'Contemporary Social and Legal Issues in a Social Media Age' funded by The Society of Legal Scholars ⏰Abstracts due 20/12/22 📍Keele University, 14 June 2023
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Organizations have been increasingly exploring storytelling as a valuable strategy to engage customers to increase their attention and retention. Social media platforms like Instagram have become essential tools for many brands to use storytelling through influencers. In this study, we explore the narratives constructed by digital influencers, as t...
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The digital transformation poses challenges for public sector organizations (PSOs) such as the dissemination of false information in social media which can cause uncertainty among citizens and decrease trust in the public sector. Some PSOs already successfully deploy conversational agents (CAs) to communicate with citizens and support digital servi...
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Due to the ongoing crisis hitting the Northwest and Southwest regions of Cameroon, many adolescents of school going age are internally displaced, and schooling in the Litoral region, Douala, Cameroon. Moreso, poverty, limited parental guidance, exposure to the social media, reduced sexual and sexuality education in secondary schools, most adolesce...
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Social media has become an integral part of modern society, with people of all ages using various platforms to connect, share information, and stay up-to-date on current events. However, there has been a recent trend of increased Facebook usage among older adults, which has raised concerns about social media dependency. The current study explores t...
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Background: Farmers in riverine areas face the dual challenge of determining the most suitable crop to cultivate and the appropriate technologies to use. The media could be helpful in assisting farmers to address these challenges. Objectives: The aim of this study was to examine the contributing role of the media in educating farmers in riverine ar...
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This is often a detailed think about on the effect of the foremost well-known shape of organizing nowadays, social media, on understudies over all ages. Also, the paper moreover looks at to discover the different impacts social media has on understudies and what endeavors can be made to move forward social media experience for the different underst...
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Umma University is Kenya's first Islamic-based university, chartered in 2019, and was founded to improve access towards quality higher education for diverse individuals, cultures and communities. Subsequently, the university received many students from different religions, communities, and cultures, some of whom have violated the dress code initiat...
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Currently almost 99% of Italian teenagers own a smartphone and with it they can enter the world of the infosphere: this fact has profoundly changed the online habits of teenagers. The pedagogical literature grafted onto Media Education has highlighted the cognitive and relational opportunities favoured by smartphones and their use by adolescents. W...
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Cybervetting, or internet screening, is an informal process to screen potential or existing hires by gathering personal information on internet search engines and social media to verify disclosed information and uncover undisclosed information. It also primarily refers to searching for this information online without explicitly asking the applicant...
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The online social network is the largest network, more than 4 billion users use social media and with its rapid growth, the risk of maintaining the integrity of data has tremendously increased. There are several kinds of security challenges in online social networks (OSNs). Many abominable behaviors try to hack social sites and misuse the data avai...
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With the development and advancement of new technology and the increasing penetration of digital media, traditional media outlets such as TV, radio, and newspapers are not the only platforms for sports audiences to watch major events such as the Olympic Games. In this study, we explored how Chinese Olympic audiences embraced different media platfor...
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Purpose: The purpose of the study is to review the existing literature on the techniques of employer branding through social media and how sustainability plays a role in the same. Study design/ methodology: A systematic methodology of finding the literature through the database Scopus was applied. A total of 101 papers were initially identified w...
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In the early stages of an emergency, information extracted from social media can support crisis response with evidence-based content. In order to capture this evidence, the events of interest must be first promptly detected. An automated detection system is able to activate other tasks, such as preemptive data processing for extracting event-relate...
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AI researchers have developed sophisticated language models capable of generating paragraphs of 'synthetic text' on topics specified by the user. While AI text generation has legitimate benefits, it could also be misused, potentially to grave effect. For example, AI text generators could be used to automate the production of convincing fake news, o...
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Public willingness to vaccinate has become an important public health issue given the vaccine hesitancy observed worldwide in recent decades. And social media is the main way of information dissemination, and will bring a great impact on people in public health events. The present paper analyzes the relationship between vaccinated Chinese people’s...
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This volume deals with the influence of English lexical elements upon Polish, especially upon the units used in Internet discourse and in new media. Of particular interest here are the latest English borrowings – dating back to the turn of the 20th and the 21st century – both lexical and semantic. The aim of the present book is, therefore, to explo...
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Network analysis aids management in reducing overall expenditures and maintenance workload. Social media platforms frequently use neural networks to suggest material that corresponds with user preferences. Machine learning is one of many methods for social network analysis. Machine learning algorithms operate on a collection of observable features...
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This paper proposes an agenda of possible solutions relevant to the challenge of polarization of extreme positions. The challenge of mitigating polarization of extreme positions has been a hot topic in politics, journalism, new media, and, more recently, in CSCW and HCI research. In this study, the main focus is to investigate the harmful effects o...
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Social media platforms have completely changed how people communicate and learn. This brief paper explores the function of social media in promoting social learning, noting both its potential advantages and disadvantages. This study provides an empirical examination of the effects of social media on different facets of social learning, including kn...
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The fast development of technology and social media have both brought about substantial changes to the ways in which humans communicate. Because the effectiveness of social networks is largely dependent on the processing of the enormous amounts of data that they collect, these networks are all looking not only for the most recent advancements in ar...
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La pandemia por covid-19 aceleró el desarrollo de nuevos sistemas educativos que permitieron trasladas el modelo tradicional de enseñanza a entornos virtuales. Las aplicaciones de la web 2.0 ofrecieron alternativas para mantener la comunicación entre alumnos y profesores, así como espacios de interacción que podrían emular las actividades que se ll...
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Il massiccio e frequente utilizzo dei social media rappresenta un potenziale rischio per la salute e il benessere dei preadolescenti (11-13 anni). La recente letteratura scientifica (cfr. Mc Lean et al., 2016; Viner et al., 2019) ha messo in luce una correlazione tra la frequente esposizione ai contenuti virtuali e l’insorgenza di forme di depressi...
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In the current digital era, massive amounts of unreliable, purposefully misleading material, such as texts and images, are being shared widely on various web platforms to deceive the reader. Most of us use social media sites to exchange or obtain information. This opens a lot of space for false information, like fake news, rumors, etc., to spread t...
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Background: The aim of this study was to identify similarities and differences in the unmet supportive care needs (USCN) of families of children with major chronic health conditions (CHCs) using a universal need assessment tool. Methods: A cross-sectional online survey involving parents of children with congenital heart disease (CHD), type 1 dia...
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The new trends in library and information science field it includes research data management, rethinking of library space, web catalogue,gamification, social media etc...
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Artificial intelligence (AI) has the potential to radically change the way we live, work and interact with each other. It has many advantages, namely increased efficiency, accuracy and cost-effectiveness in terms of business process management. It also carries some potential risks, such as malicious use, loss of jobs, and breach of data privacy. AI...
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Use of social media may have an impact on how people feel about the COVID-19 vaccine. Vaccinations are effective only when a consequential proportion of the population are vaccinated. Objective: this study aims to examine the role of social media in the acceptance of the COVID 19 vaccines among Nigerian Youths. Methods: an online survey was conduct...
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Are you worried about the many valuable experiences already rendered obsolete by Smartphones and social media -- and now look with concern at GPT4's AI, Meta's VR, and Tesla's bots? A technological sea change is coming. So, to weather this onslaught of virtuality and artificiality, we must be grounded in reality as deeply as possible. Join the many...
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To acquire competitive differentiation nowadays, logistics businesses must adopt novel strategies. Logistics companies have to consider whether redesigning their marketing plan based on client social media activity and website activity might increase the effectiveness of their digital marketing strategy. Insights from this study will be used to hel...
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Researchers have worked hard for many years to investigate the factors that influence pro-environmental behavior and still found inconsistent result of the predictors. Therefore, there is a need to identify other potential environmental behavior predictors. The intention of this study is to investigate the drivers of green brand experience and its...
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The exploding popularity of social networks provides a new opportunity to study disasters and public emotion. Among the social networks, Weibo is one of the largest microblogging services in China. Taking Guangdong and Guangxi in the south of China as a case, Web Scraper was used to obtain Weibo texts related to floods in 2020. The spatial distribu...
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This research aims to explore the impact of brand placement through social media on the cognitive, affective, and conative components of consumer behavior. The study examines the mediating role of brand placement in the relationship between cognitive, affective, and conative processes and consumer purchase behavior. To achieve this aim, a literatur...
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The sustainability of fitness centers depends on two factors: member recruitment and retention, which is why these factors have received attention in recent decades. Temporal trends in fitness center membership purchase channels from 2016 to 2022 and motivation for exercise in 2022 in the Slovenian general population were investigated. The sample i...
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Objective The rapid spread of the Omicron variant of COVID-19 in China had resulted in campus lockdown in many universities since February 2022, profoundly affecting students’ daily lives. Campus lockdown conditions differ considerably from home quarantine, so that the eating patterns of university students may be different. Thus, the current study...
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Loneliness has been linked to morbidity and mortality across the lifespan. Social media could reduce loneliness, though research on the relation between social media and loneliness has been inconclusive. This study used person-centered analyses to elucidate the inconsistencies in the literature and examine the possible role technology barriers play...
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This study examined the theme of "prank content creation and its implication on the Nigerian society". The study adopted a mixed research method where content analysis, in-depth interviews, and observation were used. Content analysis was used to study the content of prank videos online, while in-depth analysis was used to know the perceptions of so...
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India is home to many technology-based startups in the global economy (Gai & Joffe, 2013) and is ranked as the 3rd largest startup ecosystem in the world (Indian Startup Ecosystem, 2022). Within India, Bangalore, the country's "Silicon Valley," was named one of the nine International Startup Hubs outside the United States (Pullen, 2013). Bengaluru...
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Despite noteworthy advancement of theoretical and practical knowledge of social media eWord-of-Mouth with evidence from prior empirical research, the influences consumers’ purchase intentions of commercialised indigenous fruits products in fast moving consumer goods retailers remains unexplored in academic domain. Therefore, the purpose of the stud...
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Internet addiction is an umbrella term for the compulsive need to spend a lot of time on the internet as it affects relationships, work, and health. Efforts have been procured by the researcher to analyse the rate of internet addiction in school going students and the measures that could be taken or implemented to overcome this addiction. By using...
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Prior research has suggested that the use of social media could be associated with psycho- pathology (e.g., depression and anxiety symptoms). To measure social anxiety associated with social media use, Alkis et al. (2017) developed the Social Anxiety Scale for Social Media Users (SAS-SMU). The aims of the present study were to investigate the facto...
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Background Lung cancer is the leading cause of cancer death for both men and women in the United States. The National Lung Screening Trial (NLST) demonstrated that low-dose computed tomography (LDCT) screening can reduce lung cancer mortality among high-risk individuals, but uptake of lung screening remains low. Social media platforms have the pote...
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Tourism is one of the biggest industries that has ever growth in the past few decades. Within the industry, ecotourism stands out to be a new norm of tourism, where tourists visit the wildlife, and nature habitat without damaging the environment and being within the area. Therefore, ecotourism become popular and well-known within the industry and w...
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This study uses a real crisis with a fictitious name to protect real company reputation, to conduct an online survey to collage 230 participants' opinions on examining the relationship between social media, crisis responsibility, trust, and behavioral intentions of stakeholders in crisis communication. The finding proposes that trust positively aff...
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Worry over polarization has grown alongside the digital information consumption revolution. Where most scientific work considered user-generated and user-disseminated (i.e.,~Web 2.0) content as the culprit, the potential of purely increased access to information (or Web 1.0) has been largely overlooked. Here, we suggest that the shift to Web 1.0 al...
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Impact of Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus 2 Infection on Pregnancy Outcomes: A Population-based Study
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Mobile technologies exist in a wide spectrum and have a great impact on today’s world. One of the reasons of mobile technologies’ becoming a vital part of everyday life may be various features they possess such as easy access to content with no time and limit boundaries. This has brought up the question whether they may assist language learning. Co...
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The views of social media users may greatly be affected through the different usage of language in expressing political views in social media. This study aims to describe the role of language in influencing the political views of social media users. This research is quantitative that used descriptive survey design. Using simple random sampling, par...
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Noir666meters is a stall that sells official merchandise for local bands in Indonesia, located in Padang City, West Sumatra. For now, noir666meters tends to sell its products only through social media, namely via Instagram, because the stalls are still too early to set up an offline shop, the available capital is also not sufficient to open a shop,...
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Social media are increasingly important in the news menu of media users. Differences in news production processes between traditional and social media may lead to differences in how political and social issues are depicted, and this may, eventually, have consequences for the information that reaches citizens about an issue. Against this background,...
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This paper examines the perception of risk associated with the presence of coronavirus in food purchased online and online vs. offline food shopping during the COVID-19 epidemic. The influence of COVID-19 status on risk perception was tested using the data collected from 742 consumers between December 2021 and January 2022. The empirical approach d...
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Social media has become a phenomenon that is changing all spheres of life tremendously. It is affecting the peaceful coexistence of people in the society both positively and negatively. Almost every government throughout the world is reacting in one way or the other to this influence, especially the perceived adverse influence of social media on th...
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Managing emergency events, such as natural disasters, requires management teams to have an up-to-date view of what is happening throughout the event. In this paper, we demonstrate how a method using a state-of-the-art open-sourced search engine and a large language model can generate accurate and comprehensive summaries by retrieving information fr...
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In today's fast-paced world, the rates of stress and depression present a surge. Social media provide assistance for the early detection of mental health conditions. Existing methods mainly introduce feature extraction approaches and train shallow machine learning classifiers. Other researches use deep neural networks or transformers. Despite the f...
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Resumee : Les plateformes de médias sociaux sont des sites importants où les valeurs sont exprimées, contestées et diffus. Dans cet article, nous présentons un cadre conceptuel pour l'étude de la communication des aleurs à travers les médias sociaux composées de deux échelles (à partir de utilisateurs individuels aux infrastructures globales) et ex...
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Newsgathering is a fundamental activity in journalism. It starts from the identification of a factual element, which becomes worthy of recounting for a wider audience. A lot of information can be found in the electronic environment, through Internet searches. However, the journalist can call himself the person who publishes a piece of information f...
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Cybercriminalité et réseaux sociaux expérience du Bangladesh Résumé L'expansion sans précédent et rapide des TIC a fait qu'elles sont devenues une plate-forme commune pour les criminels potentiels qui ont l'intention de commettre des crimes dans une manière non traditionnelle. Ces crimes du nouvel âge sont populairement connus sous le nom de cyberc...
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Societally salient issues, like migration, stimulate user engagement with political parties on social media. This user engagement, in turn, is associated with political behavior, such as voting. Nonetheless, few studies so far have investigated the interaction between these factors. We examine how anti-immigration attitudes are associated with user...
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Theoretical approach to the study of media from the gatekeeper to the agenda building Summarize : This research is interested in the new relations of influence introduced by the social digital media, by the reevaluation of the theory of agendasetting of McCombs and Shaw, conceptualized at the turn of the 1970s. The open aspects represent the possib...
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The evolution of social media has transformed the way people communicate, share experiences and search for information before and after a trip. These platforms can bring countless benefits to businesses but implementing them effectively brings countless challenges. In the hotel industry, the use of social media as a digital marketing strategy has b...
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As social media continues to have a significant influence on public opinion, understanding the impact of the machine learning algorithms that filter and curate content is crucial. However, existing studies have yielded inconsistent results, potentially due to limitations such as reliance on observational methods, use of simulated rather than real u...
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In this digital era, the development of a language can be observed from its use on social media or audio-visual digital platforms such as Youtube, Spotify, or Tik-Tok. This can happen because social media or any digital platform has become a media to deliver any expression freely. Young generation as the largest users of it, used often non-standard...
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While the world has been combating COVID-19 for over three years, an ongoing "Infodemic" due to the spread of fake news regarding the pandemic has also been a global issue. The existence of the fake news impact different aspect of our daily lives, including politics, public health, economic activities, etc. Readers could mistake fake news for real...
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The wide accessibility of social media has provided linguistically under-represented communities with an extraordinary opportunity to create content in their native languages. This, however, comes with certain challenges in script normalization, particularly where the speakers of a language in a bilingual community rely on another script or orthogr...
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Background Professional and personal boundaries are blurred with the wide application of social media (SM) in the health professions line of work. Little is known about practice of extending friend requests to patients and faculty members among dental students, which encompass a part of E-professionalism. The aim of this study is to assess the fact...