Search

The Social Platforms

Social Media Technicity and Digital Methods

Category

Protests in Brazil

#EleNão vs. #EleSim

Few weeks before the presidential elections in Brazil, some feminist movements raised their voice across different web platforms and grounded protests (29 September 2018). The tag #EleNão (not him) becomes not only synonymous of a massive movement against the presidential candidate Jair Bolsonarobut it also gives the political polarization in Brazil a new format: Continue reading “#EleNão vs. #EleSim”

Advertisements

Hashtags are not the whole message

Hashtags Studies and related research approaches are commonly explored on Twitter, however, in this forthcoming article André Mintz, Elaine Rabello and myself introduce an approach for hashtag engagement research on Instagram. Our paper systematises approaches which have been explored in the context of two data Continue reading “Hashtags are not the whole message”

Why look at social media APIs?

I was really glad to attend to ECREA Digital Culture and Communication Section Conference, under the theme: Digital Culture Meets Data: Critical Approaches. The conference was held by the University of Brighton, Mithras House on 6 – 7 November 2017. Here is a summary of my talk and the slide presentation. Continue reading “Why look at social media APIs?”

#BrasilEmGreve: Most popular vs. Latest posts on Instagram

This is an experiment: the ideia is to visualise the most popular posts using Continue reading “#BrasilEmGreve: Most popular vs. Latest posts on Instagram”

Instagram Data Analysis: the pros and cons of co-tag network and key actors.

A wide variety of approaches or ways of seeing social media data have been undertaken, the question is whether they are technically adequate or a simple depiction of what you get. Continue reading “Instagram Data Analysis: the pros and cons of co-tag network and key actors.”

Powered by WordPress.com.

Up ↑