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  • Introduction to Social Network Methods (Robert Hanneman, et al.)

    Introduces many of the basics of formal approaches to the analysis of social networks. Provides a very basic introduction to the core ideas of social network analysis, and how these ideas are implemented in the methodologies that many social network analysts use.

  • Social Networks with Rich Edge Semantics (Quan Zheng, et al.)

    This book introduces a new mechanism for representing social networks in which pairwise relationships can be drawn from a range of realistic possibilities. For each possibility, the book shows how to model the social network using spectral embedding.

  • Social Networks as the New Frontier of Terrorism (Laura Scaife)

    This book explores how social media adoption by terrorists interacts with privacy law, freedom of expression, data protection and surveillance legislation through an exploration of the fascinating primary resources themselves.

  • Social Media Mining: An Introduction (Reza Zafarani, et al)

    This textbook introduces the unique problems arising from social media data and presents fundamental concepts, emerging issues, and effective algorithms for network analysis and data mining.

  • Mining Social Media: Finding Stories in Internet Data

    This book shows you how to use Python and key data analysis tools to find the stories buried in social media. Perform advanced data analysis using Python, Jupyter Notebooks, and the pandas library.

  • A Field Guide to 'Fake News' and Other Information Disorders

    The book explores the use of digital methods to study false viral news, political memes, trolling practices and their social life online. It responds to an increasing demand for understanding the interplay between digital platforms, misleading information, etc.

  • Twitter Data Analytics (Shamanth Kumar, et al)

    This book provides methods for harnessing Twitter data to discover solutions to complex inquiries. The brief introduces the process of collecting data through Twitter's APIs and offers strategies for curating large datasets.

  • Mining the Web: Discovering Knowledge from Hypertext Data

    This is is the first book devoted entirely to techniques for producing knowledge from the vast body of unstructured Web data. Building on an initial survey of infrastructural issues-including Web crawling and indexing.

  • Teaching Crowds: Learning and Social Media (Jon Dron, et al)

    This book introduces a new model for understanding and exploiting the pedagogical potential of Web-based technologies, one that rests on connections - on networks and collectives - rather than on separations.

  • Discourses on Social Software (Jan van Eijck, et al)

    This book details the many ways in which the seemingly abstract disciplines of logic and computer science can be used to analyze and solve contemporary social problems, offers the reader a fascinating introduction to the innovative field of social software.

  • Cross-Media Communications: Integrated Media Experiences

    An introduction to the future of mass media and mass communications - cross-media communications. Cross-media is explained through the presentation and analysis of contemporary examples and project-based tutorials in cross-media development.

  • Twitter: Best Practices and Tips - The Complete Guide to Twitter

    You'll figure out what to say as you use Twitter to enrich your life and your business. It walks you through all the opportunities available with this social networking tool. You'll quickly gain a strong understanding of the Twitter landscape and begin tweeting like a pro.

  • Sharing, Privacy and Trust in Our Networked World (OCLC)

    The practice of using a social network to establish and enhance relationships based on some common ground shared interests, related skills, or a common geographic location is as old as human societies, but social networking has flourished due to the ease of connecting on the Web.

  • Open Government: Collaboration, Transparency, and Participation

    Through a collection of essays and case studies, leading visionaries and practitioners both inside and outside of government share their ideas on how to achieve and direct this emerging world of online collaboration, transparency, and participation.

  • WordPress The Right Way (Tom J Nowell, et al)

    This book is a condensed resource of best practices for and by WordPress developers, intended to fast track developers past common mistakes and painful problems. It will continue to be updated with more helpful information and examples.

  • Build Your Own WordPress Site Guide (Marc Beneteau)

    This is a unique lesson-based book that walks you through the essential parts of WordPress. Each lesson is streamlined to teach a specific aspect of WordPress, helping you to focus on just what you need in order to get the task accomplished.

  • WordPress and Ajax: An In-depth Guide (Ronald Huereca)

    This book is a comprehensive view on using Ajax with WordPress. It covers Ajax like you've never seen before. Itcontains three real-life examples that provide the rationale and logic behind coding decisions, , the reasons for Ajax's use, etc.

  • The Art of Community: Building the New Age of Participation

    Online communities offer a wide range of opportunities today. This book will help you develop the broad range of talents you need to recruit members to your community, motivate and manage them, and help them become active participants.

  • The Data Journalism Handbook: Towards A Critical Data Practice

    This book provides a rich and panoramic introduction to Data Dournalism, combining both critical reflection and practical insight. It serves as both a textbook and a sourcebook for this emerging field.

  • O'Reilly® The Data Journalism Handbook (Jonathan Gray, et al.)

    This book is intended to be a useful resource for anyone who thinks that they might be interested in becoming a data journalist, or dabbling in Data Dournalism, aims to answer questions like: Where can I find data? How can I request data? etc.

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