Pünktlich zur dmexco wurde es wieder Zeit für ein Update unseres Social Media Prismas. Es hat sich viel getan seit dem ersten Prisma 2009. Plattformen kamen und gingen. Und so gab es auch dieses Mal wieder einige Änderungen.
YouTube since its inception in 2005 is one of many social media channels and social networks that allow anyone with passion and purpose to display and spread their ideas and express themselves to a global audience.
Specifically, they have been harnessed to architect Web 2.0 spaces, be it chatrooms, electronic frontiers, homepages, or information highways for policy and practice. While metaphors are pervasive in addressing and normalizing new media ...
"The GlobalWebIndex is conducted quarterly via self-completion online surveys. The survey is exactly the same in every market but is localised by language and local brands where relevant (i.e. asking respondents about local websites only in the relevant markets).
Samples themselves are structured using quotas on age, gender, and education levels to ensure that our sample is representative of the internet population in each country. Other than that, the sample is completely random. To that end, it is important to remember all of the research we collect is representative of the internet population in each market and not the national population as a whole. Furthermore, we never survey the same respondent twice within a 12 month period.
This approach provides both trend data and large local samples. Our coverage is unique and we are the only global data source that surveys multiple times a year, providing the same data across all markets covered. We only publish the primary data collected in our proprietary research and never third party statistics."
Superpositions of social networks, such as communication, friendship, or trade networks, are called multiplex networks, forming the structural backbone of human societies. Novel datasets now allow quantification and exploration of multiplex networks.
About one third of a million more people showed up at the ballot box in the United States in 2010 because of a single Facebook message on Election Day, estimates a new study led by the University of California, San Diego.
Open Call for Participation for Camps for Digital Tools for Social Change in ...Global Voices Online (blog)Rising Voices is pleased to be a partner in two upcoming workshops in Nicaragua and Guatemala for young people using digital media for social...
Parents see benefits to kids in social mediaKansas City StarIn a national survey released Thursday by Children's Mercy Hospitals and Clinics, almost three-fourths of parents said social media prepare children for success in a digital society and...
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