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Pew: Twitter Not a Reliable Indicator of Public Opinion - from mashable.com

Twitter isn't a reliable source of public opinion, according to a study from the Pew Research Group.


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Twitter Quickly Shapes Public Opinion (And It’s Tough To Change) [STUDY] - AllTwitter

Twitter Quickly Shapes Public Opinion (And It’s Tough To Change) [STUDY]

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In Social Media and Opinion Pages, Newtown Sparks Calls for Gun Reform | Project for Excellence in Journalism (PEJ)

Teaser: Gun control was an immediate focus of the conversation on social media and in the opinion pages of newspapers following the shooting at Connecticut’s Sandy Hook Elementary School, according to a special PEJ report.
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Social media: fertile ground for advocacy. 

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The unapologetic NRA - Washington Post (blog)

The unapologetic NRA
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A sustained movement in public opinion regarding the role of guns — and gun rights — in our society. That's possible.
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Gun Control: 'Only Modest Change' In Opinion Since Newtown Shootings : NPR

Gun Control: 'Only Modest Change' In Opinion Since Newtown Shootings : NPR | Public relations and public opinion | Scoop.it
The latest Pew poll shows a slight upward shift in the percentage of Americans who say it's more important to control gun ownership than it is to protect the right to own guns. But deeply felt feelings appear to be limiting the change.
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Public Opinion Monitor | Visual.ly

Public Opinion Monitor | Visual.ly | Public relations and public opinion | Scoop.it
This videos uses data from the Public Opinion Monitor which offers a monthly look at the shifting political and social attitudes of the British public
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Netflix CEO Faces Investigation Over Facebook Post - Small Business Trends

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Republicans losing public opinion wars in fiscal cliff talks

Republicans losing public opinion wars in fiscal cliff talks | Public relations and public opinion | Scoop.it
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Negotiations are expected to continue Thursday on the fiscal cliff with Republicans at a growing public opinion disadvantage and approval ratings for President Barack Obama rising...
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Public opinion ahead of first debate

Public opinion ahead of first debate | Public relations and public opinion | Scoop.it
Among likely voters, most think President Obama will win Wednesday’s opening debate with Mitt Romney, even as the two are closely matched in their race for the White House.
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Chinese censorship makes it microblog capital of the world - Hindustan Times

China has the largest number of microbloggers in the world, it emerged on Monday, and they often shape public opinion on issues impacting people, forcing governments across the vast country to respond to complaints, a new report said.
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Prime Minister Netanyahu spoke with foreign ambassadors in Ashkelon

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, on Monday, 12 November 2012, spoke at a meeting in Ashkelon with the foreign ambassadors stationed in Israel צילום: רועי א...
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How Twitter shapes public opinion - from www.psypost.org

How exactly does Twitter, with its 241 million users tweeting out 500 million messages daily, shape public opinion?


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Marie Ennis-O'Connor's curator insight, March 13, 2014 2:04 AM

These findings could have implications for public health promotion on Twitter. 

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Science Confirms: Internet Trolls Really Are Narcissistic, Psychopathic, and ... - Slate Magazine

Science Confirms: Internet Trolls Really Are Narcissistic, Psychopathic, and ... - Slate Magazine | Public relations and public opinion | Scoop.it
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Science Confirms: Internet Trolls Really Are Narcissistic, Psychopathic, and ...
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In the past few years, the science of Internet trollology has made some strides.
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9 Things Businesses Shouldn't Do On Social Media - Forbes

Use social media the right way, and you can attract new customers and boost your business. Use it the wrong way, and you can spark a backlash that’ll melt your reputation to a sticky puddle.
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Buenos consejos en cuanto al uso apropiado de las redes sociales. 

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Homicide

1. Where there are more guns there is more homicide (literature review).
Our review of the academic literature found that a broad array of...
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Public opinion on guns shifting after Connecticut shooting

Public opinion on guns shifting after Connecticut shooting | Public relations and public opinion | Scoop.it
Public attitudes toward guns -- and the views of some prominent Washington politicians -- are changing in the aftermath of the Newtown, Conn., elementary school massacre.
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Joe Biden waits on sidelines - Reid J. Epstein and Carrie Budoff Brown

Joe Biden waits on sidelines - Reid J. Epstein and Carrie Budoff Brown | Public relations and public opinion | Scoop.it
Vice President Joe Biden walked the halls of Congress and hosted top-level talks at Blair House during the last fiscal showdown. This time, he’s roaming the aisles of Costco.
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Officials paid public relations business $10 million to do work for new bridge | McClatchy

Officials paid public relations business $10 million to do work for new bridge | McClatchy | Public relations and public opinion | Scoop.it
California officials overseeing construction of the new San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge agreed this year to pay a public relations company nearly $10 million for services the administration of Gov.
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Putin says Lenin should stay on Red Square | Russia Beyond The Headlines

Putin says Lenin should stay on Red Square | Russia Beyond The Headlines | Public relations and public opinion | Scoop.it
Russia’s president for the first time publicly backs Russia’s Communists in preserving Lenin’s Mausoleum, comparing the Soviet founder’s body to saints’ relics
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Syrian Rebels Beef-Up Their Public Relations Skills | PRI's The World

Syrian Rebels Beef-Up Their Public Relations Skills | PRI's The World | Public relations and public opinion | Scoop.it
In addition to honing their fighting skills, some of Syria's rebels are working on their PR as well. They leave the fighting for a few days to get media training in Turkey.
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Why Public Opinion Matters - USC Gould School of Law

When it comes to public opinion – especially during an election season – these kinds of sound bites are routinely circulated on political websites, television news, and even through tweets and texts. But the headlines only tell ...
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