Does Sentiment Among Users in Online Social Networks Polarize or Balance Out?: A Sociological Perspective Using Social Network Analysis

Matthias Trier, Robert Hillmann

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    Abstract

    Users express and share sentiments electronically when they communicate within online social network applications. One way to analyze such interdependent data is focusing on the inter-user relationships by applying a sociological perspective based on social network analysis. Existing studies examined the existence or distribution of sentiments in online communication at a general level or in small observed groups.
    Users express and share sentiments electronically when they communicate within online social network applications. One way to analyze such interdependent data is focusing on the inter-user relationships by applying a sociological perspective based on social network analysis. Existing studies examined the existence or distribution of sentiments in online communication at a general level or in small observed groups.
    LanguageEnglish
    Title of host publicationCyberemotions : Collective Emotions in Cyberspace
    EditorsJanusz A. Holyst
    Place of PublicationBerlin
    PublisherSpringer
    Date2017
    Pages233-253
    Chapter12
    ISBN (Print)9783319436371
    ISBN (Electronic)9783319436395
    DOIs
    StatePublished - 2017
    SeriesUnderstanding Complex Systems
    ISSN1860-0832

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    Trier, M., & Hillmann, R. (2017). Does Sentiment Among Users in Online Social Networks Polarize or Balance Out? A Sociological Perspective Using Social Network Analysis. In J. A. Holyst (Ed.), Cyberemotions: Collective Emotions in Cyberspace (pp. 233-253). Berlin: Springer. Understanding Complex Systems, DOI: 10.1007/978-3-319-43639-5_12
    Trier, Matthias ; Hillmann, Robert. / Does Sentiment Among Users in Online Social Networks Polarize or Balance Out? A Sociological Perspective Using Social Network Analysis. Cyberemotions: Collective Emotions in Cyberspace. editor / Janusz A. Holyst. Berlin : Springer, 2017. pp. 233-253 (Understanding Complex Systems).
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    Trier M, Hillmann R. Does Sentiment Among Users in Online Social Networks Polarize or Balance Out? A Sociological Perspective Using Social Network Analysis. In A. Holyst J, editor, Cyberemotions: Collective Emotions in Cyberspace. Berlin: Springer. 2017. p. 233-253. (Understanding Complex Systems). Available from, DOI: 10.1007/978-3-319-43639-5_12