Twittering the Little India Riot: Audience responses, information behavior and the use of emotive cues

Abstract

In crises and disasters, social media not only facilitates mobilization, sharing of critical information, but also enables people to watch and participate as the crisis unfolds. Participation is now much more open to those beyond the immediately affected: the victims, the rescue workers and other stakeholders. This paper reports on a study of tweets… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.chb.2015.08.047

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