Online Comment Moderation Policies for Deliberative Discussion-Seed Comments and Identifiability

@article{Suh2018OnlineCM,
  title={Online Comment Moderation Policies for Deliberative Discussion-Seed Comments and Identifiability},
  author={Kil-Soo Suh and Seongwon Lee and Eung-Kyo Suh and Hojin Lee and Jaehoon Lee},
  journal={J. Assoc. Inf. Syst.},
  year={2018},
  volume={19},
  pages={2}
}
Due to the development of media information technologies and the proliferation of mobile devices, the Internet has rapidly moved to the center of news readership. In contrast to traditional media, Internet news is often coupled with commenting platforms that can accommodate readers’ immediate feedback to news stories. However, a side-effect of this feature—malicious comments—is becoming an increasingly serious social problem. To alleviate this problem and increase the likelihood of comments… Expand
Deliberation in Mobile Messaging Application: A Case in Hong Kong
TLDR
A four-stage building, engineering, arriving, and reaching (BEAR) model of online deliberation is established and the model and implications articulate ICT’s role in addressing complicated and multi-facet social problems. Expand
Exploring Norm Violations and Norm Management in Collocated Synchronous Communication: Dual-channel Communication as Hybrid Space with Spillover and Asymmetries
TLDR
It is shown how norm violations 'spill over' from their onset in one channel to continue in the other and the channels in dual-channel communication are tightly interwoven and must be considered as an integrated communication space instead of two co-occurring but separate channels. Expand
Studying Political Communities in VK.com with Network Analysis
The study explores politicized virtual communities of Russia in the VK.com within the social network analysis approach. The paper focuses on the VK since it is the largest social networking serviceExpand
A Framework of Platform Design Mechanisms, Platform Congruence and Value Creation on C2C Platforms
TLDR
A review that dissociates research on digital C2C platforms and developed a theoretical framework that explains platform value creation based on the congruence between three platform mechanisms, and requirements of the exchange. Expand

References

SHOWING 1-10 OF 87 REFERENCES
Social media as a catalyst for online deliberation? Exploring the affordances of Facebook and YouTube for political expression
TLDR
It is predicted that political discussions in Facebook will present a more egalitarian distribution of comments between discussants and higher level of politeness in their messages, whereas politeness is lower in the more anonymous and deindividuated YouTube. Expand
Discussions in the comments section: Factors influencing participation and interactivity in online newspapers’ reader comments
  • P. Weber
  • Computer Science
  • New Media Soc.
  • 2014
TLDR
The ways in which news factors affect participation levels and interactivity in a news item’s comments section are explored and the theoretical, normative, and practical implications of those findings are discussed. Expand
Crowdsourcing civility: A natural experiment examining the effects of distributed moderation in online forums
TLDR
The results show that large scale, civil participation is possible with a distributed moderation system that enables regularly lively debates to be conducted positively because the system provides tools for people to enforce norms of civility. Expand
Towards quality discourse in online news comments
TLDR
The complex interplay between the needs and desires of news commenters with the functioning of different journalistic approaches toward managing comment quality is examined, and tensions and opportunities for value-sensitive innovation within such online communities are explored. Expand
The Impact of Anonymity in Online Communities
  • Eli Omernick, S. Sood
  • Psychology, Computer Science
  • 2013 International Conference on Social Computing
  • 2013
TLDR
This case study analyses the impact of anonymity on a technology social news site, TechCrunch.com, which underwent a shift from allowing anonymous comments to disallowing them in March of 2011 and compares the quality of anonymous and real identity comments through measures of reading level, relevance to the target article, negativity and presence of swear words and anger words. Expand
Virtuous or Vitriolic
In an effort to encourage community dialogue while also building reader loyalty, online newspapers have offered a way for readers to become engaged in the news process, most popularly with onlineExpand
Online Newspapers’ Readers’ Comments - Democratic Conversation Platforms or Virtual Soapboxes?
Online discussions between citizens have been subject to scholarly debate and several empirical studies for a substantial period of time. Scholars have envisioned these as potential venues forExpand
Predicting Deliberative Conversation: The Impact of Discussion Networks, Media Use, and Political Cognitions
This study explores the meaning and origins of deliberative political conversation, characterized by an openness to political conflict, the absence of conversational dominance, clear and reasonableExpand
Government-run Online Discussion Fora: Moderation, Censorship and the Shadow of Control1
Moderators are widely thought to be crucial to the facilitation of high-quality democratic debate, particularly in government-sponsored participatory exercises. There are, however, persistent fearsExpand
Behavioral Strategies for Dealing with Flaming in An Online Forum
What factors condition the discharge of hostility in cyberspace? What behavioral strategies are adopted by Internet users to deal with the potentially disruptive effects of flaming upon interpersonalExpand
...
1
2
3
4
5
...