Published on in Vol 2, No 3 (2021): Jul-Sep

Preprints (earlier versions) of this paper are available at https://arxiv.org/abs/2103.10979, first published .
Social Media Polarization and Echo Chambers in the Context of COVID-19: Case Study

Social Media Polarization and Echo Chambers in the Context of COVID-19: Case Study

Social Media Polarization and Echo Chambers in the Context of COVID-19: Case Study

Authors of this article:

Julie Jiang1, 2 Author Orcid Image ;   Xiang Ren1 Author Orcid Image ;   Emilio Ferrara1, 2, 3 Author Orcid Image

Journals

  1. Jiang J, Ren X, Ferrara E. Authors’ Response to Peer Reviews of “Social Media Polarization and Echo Chambers in the Context of COVID-19: Case Study”. JMIRx Med 2021;2(3):e32266 View
  2. Nawaz F, Barr A, Desai M, Tsagkaris C, Singh R, Klager E, Eibensteiner F, Parvanov E, Hribersek M, Kletecka-Pulker M, Willschke H, Atanasov A. Promoting Research, Awareness, and Discussion on AI in Medicine Using #MedTwitterAI: A Longitudinal Twitter Hashtag Analysis. Frontiers in Public Health 2022;10 View
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  12. Lösch L, Zuiderent-Jerak T, Kunneman F, Syurina E, Bongers M, Stein M, Chan M, Willems W, Timen A. Capturing Emerging Experiential Knowledge for Vaccination Guidelines Through Natural Language Processing: Proof-of-Concept Study. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2023;25:e44461 View
  13. Etta G, Cinelli M, Galeazzi A, Valensise C, Quattrociocchi W, Conti M. Comparing the Impact of Social Media Regulations on News Consumption. IEEE Transactions on Computational Social Systems 2023;10(3):1252 View
  14. Xia X, Zhang Y, Jiang W, Wu C. Staying Home, Tweeting Hope: Mixed Methods Study of Twitter Sentiment Geographical Index During US Stay-At-Home Orders. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2023;25:e45757 View
  15. Comer L, Donelle L, Ngole M, Shelley J, Kothari A, Smith M, Shelley J, Stranges S, Hiebert B, Gilliland J, Burkell J, Cooke T, Hall J, Long J. An investigation of media reports of digital surveillance within the first year of the COVID-19 pandemic. Frontiers in Digital Health 2023;5 View
  16. Roy M, Gandsman A. Polarizing figures of resistance during epidemics. A comparative frame analysis of the COVID-19 freedom convoy. Critical Public Health 2023;33(5):788 View
  17. Gregory M, Reeves J, Danyluk A, Legg N, Phiri P, Rathod S, Turner B, Paterson T. From facts to feelings: Navigating the complexities of COVID-19 restrictions, perceptions, and mental well-being. Psychiatry Research 2024;334:115802 View
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  19. Lam C, Chan C. A text mining and machine learning study on the trends of and dynamics between collective action and mental health in politically polarized online environments. Journal of Computational Social Science 2024 View

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