Corpus ID: 10810023

Commenting on the News: How the Degree of Anonymity Affects Flaming Online

@inproceedings{Mungeam2011CommentingOT,
  title={Commenting on the News: How the Degree of Anonymity Affects Flaming Online},
  author={Frank Mungeam},
  year={2011}
}
The internet has become the number two for news (Pew Research Center, 2011. [...] Key Result This study adds new insights into the ongoing study of flaming in CMC, and provides news editors with valuable guidance as they develop commenting policies to maximize constructive civic dialogue that will result in a betterinformed public.Expand
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