Bad news travel fast: a content-based analysis of interestingness on Twitter

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Bad news travel fast: a content-based analysis of interestingness on Twitter
Authors: Nasir Naveed, Thomas Gottron, Jérôme Kunegis, Arifah Che Alhadi
Citation: Proceedings of the ACM WebSci'11  : 1-7. 2011
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Publisher: Association for Computing Machinery
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Link(s): http://journal.webscience.org/435/1/50_paper.pdf
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Bad news travel fast: a content-based analysis of interestingness on Twitter

[edit] Method

  1. Sentiment analysis by looking on emoticons and using the ANEW word list.

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