Alternative Narratives of Crisis Events: Communities and Social Botnets Engaged on Social Media

A. Conrad Nied
A. Conrad Nied
Leo Stewart
Leo Stewart

CSCW Companion, pp. 263-266, 2017.

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Abstract:

This paper presents an early stage exploratory analysis of communities engaging in alternative narratives about crisis events on social media. Over 11,000 user accounts on Twitter engaged in conversations questioning the mainstream narrative of the Paris Attacks and Umpqua Community College Shootings in Autumn 2015. We analyze the social ...More

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