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The Coming of Shadows in Big Data Research?

The Coming of Shadows in Big Data Research?
Widening and Narrowing Scholarly Divide

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  • The Coming of Shadows in Big Data Research? Widening and Narrowing Scholarly Divide Virtual Knowledge Studio (VKS) Full Prof. Dr. Han Woo PARK CyberEmotions Research Institute Dept. of Media & Communication YeungNam University 214-1 Dae-dong, Gyeongsan-si, Gyeongsangbuk-do 712-749 Republic of Korea www.hanpark.net cerc.yu.ac.kr eastasia.yu.ac.kr asia-triplehelix.org http://ct.kaist.ac.kr/iwsc2014 Int’l Workshop on Social Media and Culture 2014, KAIST
  • The Coming of Triple Divide? There are three main gaps I’d like to emphasize in the present/future of research community: 1) Developing/Transitional VS Developed/Advanced countries, 2) Researcher in academia VS Researcher in commercial sector, 3) Researchers with computational skills VS Less computational scholars.
  • Park, H.W.@, & Leydesdorff, L. (2013). Decomposing Social and Semantic Networks in Emerging “Big Data” Research. Journal of Informetrics*. 7 (3), 756-765.
  • Method used Developed Country/ Region Developing Country/ Region Mixed Region N % N % N % Social-Informetics 114 74.51 30 83.33 9 52.94 Scientometrics 28 18.30 6 16.67 8 47.06 Webometrics 11 7.19 0 0 0 0 Total 153 100 36 100 17 100 No. of articles in each category of methods by the developed/developing division Skoric, M. M. (2013, Online First). The implications of big data for developing and transitional economies: Extending the Triple Helix?. Scientometrics.
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  • Yet, there still are serious problems to overcome. A trenchant critique concerning the big data field as it is nowadays came in the form of six statements intending to temper unbridled enthusiasm. [42] These six provocative statements are:  Big data change the definition of knowledge;  Claims to accuracy and objectivity are misleading;  More data are not always better data;  Taken out of context, big data loses its meaning;  Just because it is accessible, it does not make it ethical; and  (Limited) access to big data creates a new digital divide. Rousseau (2012)
  • http://pactlab-dev.spcomm.uiuc.edu/class/08SP/280/Diffusion-Certainty%20Lecture%20Notes.pdf
  • http://www.bbk.ac.uk/innovation/news-events/docs/s2/MEYER_new-triple-helix-environments.pdf
  • Mike Thelwall: WA 2.0 http://lexiurl.wlv.ac.uk/index.html
  • March Smith: NodeXL http://nodexl.codeplex.com/
  • http://thescrm.co.kr/ THE IMC’s SCRM
  • Han Woo PARK KrKWIC, WeboNaver, WeboDaum
  • Today’s “big” is probably tomorrow’s “medium” and next week’s “small” and thus the most effective def ini- tion of “big data” may be derived when the size of data itself becomes part of the research problem. Big data sizes may vary per discipline.
  • Big Data and Social Webometrics Network Analysis Increasing data size in terms of the no. of nodes Micro ≦100 nodes →10K Meso ≦1000 nodes →1000K Macro ≦10000 nodes →100,000K Super- Macro ≥10000 nodes → ∽
  • • Micro: Individual’s action in posting, replying, subscribing, following, replying, retweeting, mentioning, liking, hyperlinking, joining, friending, etc. • Meso: Relationship among them • Macro: Impact of the inter-relationship to community’s overall socio-cultural network structure
  • Main Web Page of Twitaddons.com
  • 23 Political Conversation Content Spreading Chopae MBC Common Sense NodeXL, Data period: Mar. – Sept. 2010 party organizers party members followers of the party organizer Preliminary study of Twitaddons.com Two-mode network visualization by party Choi, S., & Park, H. W.@ (2014). An exploratory approach to a Twitter-based community centered on a political goal in South Korea: Who organized it, what they shared, and how they acted. New Media & Society*. 16 (1). 129-148
  • party organizers party members followers of the party organizer 24 Commercial Conversation Content Spreading Blackberry Android Official HTC Korean HTC Preliminary study of Twitaddons.com Two-mode network visualization by party
  • 25 Social Conversation Content Spreading Tourism Innovation Welfare Volunteer Food Car party organizers party members followers of the party organizer Preliminary study of Twitaddons.com Two-mode network visualization by party
  • Choi, S., & Park. H.W.@ (2014 Accepted). Networking interest and networked structure: A quantitative analysis of Twitter data. Social Science Computer Review*.
  • Choi, S., & Park. H.W.@ (2014 Accepted). Networking interest and networked structure: A quantitative analysis of Twitter data. Social Science Computer Review*.