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Social imagery, the visuals shared by users via various platforms and applications, may be analyzed to elicit something of massmind (and individual) thinking. This work involves the exploration of seven topics from various subject areas (global public health, environmentalism, human rights, political expression, and human predation) through social imagery and data from social media. The coding techniques involve manual coding, the integration of multiple social data streams, computational text analysis, data visualizations, and other combinations of approaches.
New Prairie Press
social media, social image analysis, global public health, SARS-CoV-2, plastics management, human rights, political expression, democracy, physical effigies, remote romance fraud
Communication | Mass Communication | Social and Behavioral Sciences | Social Media
Hai-Jew, Shalin, "Social World Sensing via Social Image Analysis from Social Media" (2020). NPP eBooks. 37.
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