Political Parties Contesting on Twitter: Who Won the Battle?
Political Parties Contesting on Twitter
Political Parties vs. the Electorate
Battle Fields
Tweeting vs. Being Tweeted: Opposition vs. PAP
Mentioning vs. Being Mentioned: Opposition vs. PAP
Replying vs. Being Replied: Opposition vs PAP
Retweeting vs. Being Retweeted: Opposition vs PAP
Vote-For Tweeting vs. Tweeted: Opposition vs. PAP
Vote-For vs. Vote Against: Opposition vs. PAP
Link Tweeted: Opposition + PAP -
Hot Topics Tweeted: Opposition - PAP -
Findings in Summary OPP + PAP - OPP - PAP +Tweeting Tweet Conversati...
Neither Equalized Nor Normalized
Lead Tweet FlowTweeting Mentioning Replying Retweeting Topics Links Sentiment TrendsInforming ...
To tweet is to win.
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Political Parties on Twitter: Singapore General Election 2011

A presentation on Singapore general election on Twitter
Published on: Mar 4, 2016
Published in: Education      Technology      News & Politics      
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Transcripts - Political Parties on Twitter: Singapore General Election 2011

  • 1. Political Parties Contesting on Twitter: Who Won the Battle?
  • 2. Political Parties Contesting on Twitter
  • 3. Political Parties vs. the Electorate
  • 4. Battle Fields
  • 5. Tweeting vs. Being Tweeted: Opposition vs. PAP
  • 6. Mentioning vs. Being Mentioned: Opposition vs. PAP
  • 7. Replying vs. Being Replied: Opposition vs PAP
  • 8. Retweeting vs. Being Retweeted: Opposition vs PAP
  • 9. Vote-For Tweeting vs. Tweeted: Opposition vs. PAP
  • 10. Vote-For vs. Vote Against: Opposition vs. PAP
  • 11. Link Tweeted: Opposition + PAP -
  • 12. Hot Topics Tweeted: Opposition - PAP -
  • 13. Findings in Summary OPP + PAP - OPP - PAP +Tweeting Tweet Conversation Being Tweeted Being Vote-For Tweeted OPP - PAP - OPP vs. PAP: Mixed Hot Topics Replying Retweeting
  • 14. Neither Equalized Nor Normalized
  • 15. Lead Tweet FlowTweeting Mentioning Replying Retweeting Topics Links Sentiment TrendsInforming Explaining Promoting Influencing
  • 16. To tweet is to win.