The Resource Tweets from the campaign trail : researching candidates' use of Twitter during the European parliamentary elections, Alex Frame, Arnaud Mercier, Giles Brachotte, Caja Thimm (eds.)

Tweets from the campaign trail : researching candidates' use of Twitter during the European parliamentary elections, Alex Frame, Arnaud Mercier, Giles Brachotte, Caja Thimm (eds.)

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Tweets from the campaign trail : researching candidates' use of Twitter during the European parliamentary elections
Title
Tweets from the campaign trail
Title remainder
researching candidates' use of Twitter during the European parliamentary elections
Statement of responsibility
Alex Frame, Arnaud Mercier, Giles Brachotte, Caja Thimm (eds.)
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eng
Summary
  • Twitter was extensively used during the 2014 European Parliamentary elections. This volume analyses campaign-related microblogging activity in six countries, providing insights into communication styles and strategies observed in different languages and outlining methodological solutions for collecting and analysing political tweets
  • Hailed by many as a game-changer in political communication, Twitter has made its way into election campaigns all around the world. The European Parliamentary elections, taking place simultaneously in 28 countries, give us a unique comparative vision of the way the tool is used by candidates in different national contexts. This volume is the fruit of a research project bringing together scholars from 6 countries, specialised in communication science, media studies, linguistics and computer science. It seeks to characterise the way Twitter was used during the 2014 European election campaign, providing insights into communication styles and strategies observed in different languages and outlining methodological solutions for collecting and analysing political tweets in an electoral context
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Index
no index present
LC call number
JN36
LC item number
.T94 2016eb
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non fiction
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  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
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1976-
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  • Frame, Alex
  • JSTOR Open Access
Series statement
Bonner Beiträge zur Medienwissenschaft
Series volume
Volume 11
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  • European Parliament
  • Eclaireurs Unionistes de France
  • European Parliament
  • Social media
  • Communication in politics
  • POLITICAL SCIENCE
  • POLITICAL SCIENCE
  • Politische Kommunikation
  • Twitter
  • Wahlkampf
  • Social Media
  • Kampagne
  • Parlamentswahl
  • Elections
  • Social media
  • European Union countries
  • ART / Business Aspects
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Tweets from the campaign trail : researching candidates' use of Twitter during the European parliamentary elections, Alex Frame, Arnaud Mercier, Giles Brachotte, Caja Thimm (eds.)
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unknown
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Includes bibliographical references
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online resource
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rdacarrier
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multicolored
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  • txt
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rdacontent
Contents
Cover; Contents; General Introduction (Alex Frame/Arnaud Mercier/Gilles Brachotte/Caja Thimm); This volume: Twitter as a political practice; References:; Online Sources:; Part 1: Studying Tweet campaigns: methodological issues; 1. SNFreezer: a Platform for Harvesting and Storing Tweets in a Big Data Context (Éric Leclercq/Marinette Savonnet/Thierry Grison/Sergey Kirgizov/Ian Basaille); 1.1 Introduction and Objectives; 1.2 New Paradigms for Data Management Systems; 1.3 SNFreezer Architecture; 1.3.1 The Storage System; 1.3.2 Storing Tweets; Tweet Relational Database Schema; 1.3.3 Tweet Graph Database;1.3.4 Cluster Mode and Fail Over; 1.4 Connection with Analysis Tools and Web Applications; 1.5 Conclusion; References; Acknowledgements; 2. Families of practices. A bottom-up approach to differentiate how French candidates made use of Twitter during the 2014 European Campaign (Dario Compagno); 2.1 Introduction and rationale; 2.2 Corpus and methodology; 2.3 Exploration and clustering; 2.4 Interpretation of the clusters; 2.5 Structuring the Tweeting practices of French candidates; 2.6 Associations between clusters and tweeting interfaces; 2.7 Associations between clusters and political parties; 2.8 Classification of tweets based on textual analysis; 2.9 Conclusion; References; 3. Exploring the dialogical dimension of political tweets: A qualitative analysis of 'Twitter styles' of UK candidates during the 2014 EU Parliamentary Elections (Tatiana Kondrashova/Alex Frame); 3.1 Introduction; 3.2 Twitter styles revisited; 3.3 Methodology & results; 3.4 Results and Analysis; 3.4.1 The operator @; 3.4.2 The operator RT; 3.4.3 The operator #; 3.4.4 Use of media; 3.4.5 The use of links (http); 3.5 Discussion and conclusions; References; 4. Twitter et la politique : stratégies de communication de candidats et espace public (Nanta Novello Paglianti); 4.1 Introduction; 4.2 Le cadre de la recherche; 4.3 Twitter: structure, matérialité et fonctionnalités; 4.4 Twitter en action : focus sur les fonctions communicationnelles; 4.5 Le tweet politique; 4.6 Un rappel des bonnes pratiques; 4.7 Analyses des pratiques des candidats : le cas E. Forenza; 4.7.1 Le- re-tweet de E. Forenza; 4.8 Le cas d'I. Adinolfi; 4.9 Vers des pratiques " transmédiatiques "?; Références bibliographiques; Part 2: Tweet campaign argumentation; 5. Les figures de l'ennemi dans les tweets-polémiques des forces protestataires françaises durant la campagne de mai 2014 (Arnaud Mercier); 5.1 Twitter, un excellent outil de polémique électorale; 5.2 Analyse statistique croisée des tweet-campagnes protestataires françaises; 5.3 Les figures de l'ennemi dans la rhétorique protestataire anti-européenne; 5.4 Des tweets-polémiques adossées à l'ironie et aux sarcasmes; 5.5 Conclusion; Références bibliographiques; 6. Les discours sur l'Europe dans la tweet-campagne en Italie (Marina Villa); 6.1 Introduction; 6.2 Les tweets des candidats
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1 online resource (273 pages).
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9783631697405
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22573/ctv2rrx8b
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  • (OCoLC)986999797
  • (OCoLC)ocn986999797
Label
Tweets from the campaign trail : researching candidates' use of Twitter during the European parliamentary elections, Alex Frame, Arnaud Mercier, Giles Brachotte, Caja Thimm (eds.)
Publication
Antecedent source
unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Cover; Contents; General Introduction (Alex Frame/Arnaud Mercier/Gilles Brachotte/Caja Thimm); This volume: Twitter as a political practice; References:; Online Sources:; Part 1: Studying Tweet campaigns: methodological issues; 1. SNFreezer: a Platform for Harvesting and Storing Tweets in a Big Data Context (Éric Leclercq/Marinette Savonnet/Thierry Grison/Sergey Kirgizov/Ian Basaille); 1.1 Introduction and Objectives; 1.2 New Paradigms for Data Management Systems; 1.3 SNFreezer Architecture; 1.3.1 The Storage System; 1.3.2 Storing Tweets; Tweet Relational Database Schema; 1.3.3 Tweet Graph Database;1.3.4 Cluster Mode and Fail Over; 1.4 Connection with Analysis Tools and Web Applications; 1.5 Conclusion; References; Acknowledgements; 2. Families of practices. A bottom-up approach to differentiate how French candidates made use of Twitter during the 2014 European Campaign (Dario Compagno); 2.1 Introduction and rationale; 2.2 Corpus and methodology; 2.3 Exploration and clustering; 2.4 Interpretation of the clusters; 2.5 Structuring the Tweeting practices of French candidates; 2.6 Associations between clusters and tweeting interfaces; 2.7 Associations between clusters and political parties; 2.8 Classification of tweets based on textual analysis; 2.9 Conclusion; References; 3. Exploring the dialogical dimension of political tweets: A qualitative analysis of 'Twitter styles' of UK candidates during the 2014 EU Parliamentary Elections (Tatiana Kondrashova/Alex Frame); 3.1 Introduction; 3.2 Twitter styles revisited; 3.3 Methodology & results; 3.4 Results and Analysis; 3.4.1 The operator @; 3.4.2 The operator RT; 3.4.3 The operator #; 3.4.4 Use of media; 3.4.5 The use of links (http); 3.5 Discussion and conclusions; References; 4. Twitter et la politique : stratégies de communication de candidats et espace public (Nanta Novello Paglianti); 4.1 Introduction; 4.2 Le cadre de la recherche; 4.3 Twitter: structure, matérialité et fonctionnalités; 4.4 Twitter en action : focus sur les fonctions communicationnelles; 4.5 Le tweet politique; 4.6 Un rappel des bonnes pratiques; 4.7 Analyses des pratiques des candidats : le cas E. Forenza; 4.7.1 Le- re-tweet de E. Forenza; 4.8 Le cas d'I. Adinolfi; 4.9 Vers des pratiques " transmédiatiques "?; Références bibliographiques; Part 2: Tweet campaign argumentation; 5. Les figures de l'ennemi dans les tweets-polémiques des forces protestataires françaises durant la campagne de mai 2014 (Arnaud Mercier); 5.1 Twitter, un excellent outil de polémique électorale; 5.2 Analyse statistique croisée des tweet-campagnes protestataires françaises; 5.3 Les figures de l'ennemi dans la rhétorique protestataire anti-européenne; 5.4 Des tweets-polémiques adossées à l'ironie et aux sarcasmes; 5.5 Conclusion; Références bibliographiques; 6. Les discours sur l'Europe dans la tweet-campagne en Italie (Marina Villa); 6.1 Introduction; 6.2 Les tweets des candidats
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unknown
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1 online resource (273 pages).
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unknown
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online
Isbn
9783631697405
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unknown
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computer
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rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
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not applicable
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unknown
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remote
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22573/ctv2rrx8b
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  • (OCoLC)986999797
  • (OCoLC)ocn986999797

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