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  1. Apr 2019
    1. vocabulary notes

      interpreting plot

      • title
      • subtitle
      • climax
      • denouement
      • exposition
      • frame narrative
      • in media res

      summary

      • introduction
      • main body
      • denouement
      • conclusion

      literaty terms

      • first person narrative
      • second person narrative
      • third person narrative
      • irony
      • satire
      • epithet
      • personification
  2. Mar 2019
    1. vocabulary notes

      interpreting plot

      • title
      • subtitle
      • climax
      • denouement
      • exposition
      • frame narrative
      • in media res

      summary

      • introduction
      • main body
      • denouement
      • conclusion

      literaty terms

      • first person narrative
      • second person narrative
      • third person narrative
      • irony
      • satire
      • epithet
      • personification
  3. Aug 2018
    1. You might have seen the hashtag #BlackLivesMatter in the previous step. In this 6-minute video, #BlackTwitter after #Ferguson, we meet activists who were involved in the movement and learn about their own uses of Twitter as a platform of protest. Hashtags, when used like this, can be extremely complex in the way they represent ideas, communities and individuals.
  4. Oct 2017
    1. According tothe Healthcare Hashtag Project, there are 3,646 hashtags for 8,710health topics, as of January 2014.

      If we consider the number of hashtags and health topics on the Twitter, creating a network of extensive number of nodes and links may become strenuous or even impossible. Here, we will have to decide the network boundary as it may pertain to our specific research question.

    2. ealth-related conver-sations via Twitter hashtags

      I think this is a great idea. I have conducted a project before where I collected data by querying a specific research terms on Twitter. Twitter is a treasure cove of data. Do you think you can use this data collection method for your research projects? If so, what type of hashtags or terms would you query?

  5. Mar 2017