Neighborhood disadvantage, residents' distress, and online social communication: Harnessing Twitter data to examine neighborhood effects

Journal of community psychology, Volume 46, Issue 7, 2018, Pages 829-843.

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Abstract:

This study aims to examine the role of place-based online social communications in buffering the relationship between neighborhood disadvantage and psychological distress using geo-located Twitter feeds. We collected 1,981,802 geo-tagged tweets posted within the physical boundaries of 78 neighborhoods located in Pittsburgh for 16 consecut...More

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