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Cross-platform analysis of user comments in YouTube videos linked on Reddit conspiracy theory forum

@article{Duricic2021CrossplatformAO,
  title={Cross-platform analysis of user comments in YouTube videos linked on Reddit conspiracy theory forum},
  author={Tomislav Duricic and Volker Seiser and E. Lex},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2021},
  volume={abs/2109.01127}
}
Introduction and related work. The rise of social networks and platforms has moved a large part of our social interactions to the online world where we connect with others, engage in discussions, or share opinions and ideas. More often than not, such social interactions are not constrained to a single platform but are rather occurring across several different ones allowing ideas and movements to spread in a cross-platform manner. Even though this free information flow has numerous positive… 

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