Approaches	  for	  valida&ng	  automa&c	  Analy&c	  Tool	      Results	  on	  Social	  Networking	  Data	  for	  its	  Exp...
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Approaches for validating automatic Analytic Tool Results on Social Networking Data for its Exploitation within Politicians' everyday Workflow

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Approaches for validating automatic Analytic Tool Results on Social Networking Data for its Exploitation within Politicians' everyday Workflow

  1. 1. Approaches  for  valida&ng  automa&c  Analy&c  Tool   Results  on  Social  Networking  Data  for  its  Exploita9on  within  Poli9cians  everyday  Workflow  Research  Ques9ons   Method  -  What  is  the  relevance  of   -  Content  analysis:  planning  –   automa9c  analy9c  tool  results?   development  –  evalua9on  phase  -  How  many  documents  needed?   [A]   -  Feedback  group   automa9c  -  Can  automa9c  analy9c  tools   analysis   -  Poli9cians:  Parliamentary  offices   replace  or  expand  presswork?   Data   web   [C]  -  Can  results  be  used  for  e-­‐ par9cipa9on?   [B]   -  Documents:  topics,  profiles,   presswork   comments  Approach   -  Linguis9c  corpora:  Facebook  -  Presswork  [B]  is  “gold  standard”   groups,  Twiger,  blogs,  online  -  Maximize  the  data  base  [C]   newspaper   Comparing  [A]  vs.  [B]  - -  Different  geographical  layers:   Results?   Germany,  ci9es,  cons9tuencies   -  What  is  the  different  [A]  vs.  [B]?  WeGov  –  Where  eGovernment  meets  the  eSociety   -  EU  research  project:            www.wegov-­‐project.eu     -  Enriching  the  dialogue  of  ci1zens  and   poli1cs  on  the  web  –  build-­‐up  on  Social   Networking  Sites  instead  of  launching  a   new  ePar1cipa1on  pla=orm   -  7th  framework  programme  theme  ICT   2009.7.3  ICT  for  Governance  and  Policy   Modeling   -  Consor9um:  CONTACT:  Timo  Wandhoefer  (9mo.wandhoefer@gesis.org)    

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