From e-government to social government: Twitter use by Korea's central government

@article{Khan2014FromET,
  title={From e-government to social government: Twitter use by Korea's central government},
  author={G. Khan and H. Yoon and Jiyoung Kim and H. Park},
  journal={Online Inf. Rev.},
  year={2014},
  volume={38},
  pages={95-113}
}
– This study aims to explore Twitter use by Korea's central government by classifying the government's Twitter-based networking strategies into government-to-citizen (G2C) and government-to-government (G2G) strategies. , – The study investigates the nature of social media interactions and networking strategies in the Korean government by extracting tweets, follower/following relationships, and hyperlinks for 32 ministries. Network patterns and networking strategies are reviewed through… Expand
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