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Social media analysis and document based research


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Social media analysis and document based research lecture at Häme University of Applied Sciences.

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Social media analysis and document based research

  1. 1. Social media analysis and document based research D.Sc. Jari Jussila @jjussila Introduction to Business Information Management 22.2.2019
  2. 2. About the presentation • This presentation has been originally compiled by Jari Jussila, Häme University of Applied Sciences, @jjussila • Jukka Huhtamäki, @jnkka, updated the presentation and gave this lecture at Tampere University TTA-15090 Research Methodology course during 31 January 2019 • Jari Jussila translated the presentation, and made few updates for lecture on BBIBP18 Introduction to Business Information Management at Häme University of Applied Sciences • Lecture material from Professor Saku Mäkinen (2016) was also used in compiling this lecture
  3. 3. Document based research • Created (and collected) for different purpose, i.e. secondary data • Due to increased computational capacity it is more easy to collect and store documents • Few things to consider related to document based research � if documents have been already collected, you save time and effort � when the documents have been collected for a different purpose, you may not find an answer to your question Adapted from Mäkinen (2016)
  4. 4. Documents as a source of business information - social media - web pages - press releases and bulletins - annual and quarterly reports - databases - intranet - documents - discussions (audio, video, chat) - statistics - reports - studies - commercial statistics - commercial reports - studies requiring membership or affiliation to access public not public Companyspecificgeneral Adapted from Mäkinen (2016)
  5. 5. Common public sources • Statistics, e.g. • Statistics Finland: • Open Data: • Links to Open Data Sources and Pages: https://avoinhä • European Statistics: • Finnish Social Science Data Archive: • Public data sources are used in writing a thesis: • In the introduction section to argument the significance of the topic • As part of a literature review and theory building • Or to support empirical material • Public data sources can be also the main empirical material, when e.g. • Determining market potential • Reviewing competition Adapted from Mäkinen (2016)
  6. 6. Quarterly Reports • Text visualization of quarterly reports as a source of competitive intelligence (CI) • Case study of three mobile phone manufacturers from the years 2000-2001 • Nokia • Motorola • Ericsson Source: Magnusson 2010
  7. 7. Impact of Facebook on stock markets • How Facebook discussions and activities impact different investor groups investing behavior • Evidence was found that less professional investors (households and non-profit organizations) investing behavior (purchase of stocks) is influenced by Facebook discussions and activities (e.g. Likes) Source: Siikanen et al. 2017
  8. 8. Event Study • According to efficient market hypothesis share prices fully reflect all available information, thus it can be observed how public information influence share prices • By calculating on event day (+/- 1 days) how the share price change was different from comparison groups market change we get the estimate of particular company’s share price change that is due to announcement/news/etc. event Nokia Corporation share price 14-20 Feb (Source: Nordnet) Using Secondary Data in Operations Management Research: Overview and Research Opportunities (Source: Singhal 2016, p. 25)
  9. 9. Data collected with crawlers and scrapers • Data can be collected from any web page • For example, crawler and scraper implemented to collect data from Indiegogo crowdfunding platform • Source code available from: owdfunding-data • The code must be rewritten. Why could that be? Source: Huhtamäki et al. 2015
  10. 10. Data collected and analysed from social media content Source:
  11. 11. TUT (TUNI) as an example of challenges of analyzing social media content
  12. 12. An analysis of language used by HAMK and its audience Source:
  13. 13. Sentiment analysis of social media content Jalonen 2016, Helo & Jalonen 2018
  14. 14. Analysis of sentiment and emotions of social media content 13. Tunnetilojen tunnistaminen Twitteristä. Jari Jussila, Mika Boedeker, Nina Helander & Vilma Vuori 14. Tunnistaako kone tunteesi? Sävyanalyysi sosiaalisen median sisältöjen tulkinnassa. Tuomo Helo & Harri Jalonen Available from:
  15. 15. Sentiment analysis of tweets about IBM 21.2.2019 Source: Dejan Trifunovic 2019 Business Analytics and Business Intelligence
  16. 16. Twitter sentiment versus Gallup Poll of Consumer Confidence Source: Brendan O'Connor, Ramnath Balasubramanyan, Bryan R. Routledge, and Noah A. Smith. 2010. From Tweets to Polls: Linking Text Sentiment to Public Opinion Time Series. In ICWSM-2010
  17. 17. Framework of affective experiences and affective families Source: Jussila et al. 2018
  18. 18. Communication styles in Twitter • Energy sector and climate change related Twitter discussions were analyzed • Who, and what kind of communication styles were found? • Communication styles of tweets • Source: Ketonen-Oksi & Jalonen 2017
  19. 19. Communication styles & profiles Source: Ketonen-Oksi & Jalonen 2017 Image Couler @ pixabay