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Sunday, September 28 • 10:20 - 11:40
Session 4C: Opinions and Influencers

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"#ReputableNewsSource? How Twitter and an Online Community of Sources Contributed to the Legitimation of Andrew Breitbart."
Gillian Brooks

"Social Media Rumors as Improvised Public Opinions: A Semantic Network Analysis of Twitter during Korean Saber Rattling 2013."•
K. Hazel Kwon and C. Chris Bang

"Topic Modeling with Sentiment Evaluation for Analysis of Opinion Polarization."
Gabe Ignatow, Nick Evangelopoulos and Konstantinos Zougris

"Traces of Influence: Understanding Opinion Leaders in Context."
Elizabeth Dubois


Jacquie Burkell

University of Western Ontario, Canada


C. Chris Bang

University at Buffalo - SUNY

Gillian Brooks

Centre for Corporate Reputation, Said Business School, University of Oxford
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Elizabeth Dubois

DPhil (PhD) candidate, Oxford Internet Institute
University of Oxford, United Kingdom

Nick Evangelopoulos

University of North Texas

Gabe Ignatow

Associate Professor, University of North Texas
text mining, text analysis methods, sociology, theory, Bourdieu, new media | | And I love to talk about my startup company GradTrek.com, a graduate school recommendation engine (similar to Match.com and Pandora).
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K. Hazel Kwon

Assistant Professor, Arizona State University, United States of America

Konstantinos Zougris

University of North Texas

Sunday September 28, 2014 10:20 - 11:40
TRS 1-149 Ted Rogers School of Management

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