Featured NodeXL Network
Many Tweets will accompany the voters of the United States as they go to the polls to vote for a new president. Social media network maps and reports of the collections of connections that surround each of the candidates reveal the range of topics, attitudes and influential voices associated with each. Find insights into political social media use by visiting the NodeXL Graph Gallery for maps of Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump. The Hillary network has a prominent "brand" cluster (G1) composed of isolates that mention the candidate without retweeting or replying. In contrast the Donald network is largely focused on retweets of the candidate and surrogates in the form of a "broadcast" or audience. In contrast, the Hillary map has more "density" suggesting the possible presence of "community". Click for deeper detail.
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Featured NodeXL Publication
In: Social Media + Society: July-September 2016 vol. 2 no. 3
Abstract: As campaign discussions increasingly circulate within social media, it is important to understand the characteristics of these conversations. Specifically, we ask whether well-documented patterns of gendered bias against women candidates persist in socially networked political discussions. Theorizing power dynamics as relational, we use dialectic configurations between actors as independent variables determining network measures as outcomes. Our goal is to assess relational power granted to candidates through Twitter conversations about them and whether they change depending on the gender of their opponent. Based on more than a quarter of a million tweets about 50 candidates for state-wide offices during the 2014 US elections, results suggest that when a woman opposes a man, the conversation revolves around her, but she retains a smaller portion of rhetorical share. We find that gender affects network structure—women candidates are both more central and more replied to when they run against men. Despite the potential for social media to disrupt deeply rooted gender bias, our findings suggest that the structure of networked discussions about male and female candidates still results in a differential distribution of relational power.
NodeXL Maps Networks in the Ancient World
There and Back Again - the Crossroads II:
Proceedings of an International Conference Held in Prague, September 15-18, 2014
Socrates did not have a Facebook page
but he did have a social network.
See it mapped with NodeXL in the
proceedings of a recent history conference.
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