MediaShift . How Much Will Social Media Really Affect the U.S. Election?

This article discusses the impacts of social media and how it affects what people think of the Election. The activity of millions of people is closely monitored and examined through various graphs and parameters. By studying the results of the data, what people are really talking about can be revealed. Full Story »

Posted by Chelsea Mellor
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Subjects: U.S., Politics, Media
Member Tags: social media, polls, analysis
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Posted by: Posted by Chelsea Mellor - Oct 18, 2012 - 8:41 AM PDT
Reviewed by: Chelsea Mellor (review), Berkeley Fial (review)
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Edited by: Chelsea Mellor - Oct 18, 2012 - 8:47 AM PDT

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by Chelsea Mellor - Oct. 18, 2012

SUMMARY: An exploration of how social media affects the U.S. Election. WHAT'S NEW: The article includes various graphs and parameters that pertain to the monitoring of social media users who are talking about the election. BALANCE: Uses 1 quote (Clint Eastwood monologue); Refers to Social media sites like Facebook and Twitter; Obama/Biden example; and results from the article's graph and research, which in turn also makes the article slightly impartial to these results. TRANSPARENCY: ... More »

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