Blogs as a collective war diary

  title={Blogs as a collective war diary},
  author={Gloria Mark and Mossaab Bagdouri and Leysia Palen and James H. Martin and Ban Al-Ani and Kenneth Mark Anderson},
Disaster-related research in human-centered computing has typically focused on the shorter-term, emergency period of a disaster event, whereas effects of some crises are long-term, lasting years. Social media archived on the Internet provides researchers the opportunity to examine societal reactions to a disaster over time. In this paper we examine how blogs written during a protracted conflict might reflect a collective view of the event. The sheer amount of data originating from the Internet… CONTINUE READING
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