Echoes des publications scientifiques en SHS sur les réseaux sociaux. Le cas des contenus d’Open Édition sur Twitter.

Abstract : Social networks, spreading throughout society, have also entered the world of research. These tools accelerate the flow of information, and could reach a different audience within the university circuit. At the same time, open knowledge platforms are developing and making scientific knowledge accessible to everyone. Our study focuses on the study of tweets issued between 2013 and 2017 pointing to OpenEdition content. We analyzed the retweets networks as well as the textual content of the tweets by lexicometric study. The results tend to show a conservation of institutional practices with linguistic and disciplinary compartmentalization in both retweets practices and textual content.
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Lucie Loubère, Fidelia Ibekwe. Echoes des publications scientifiques en SHS sur les réseaux sociaux. Le cas des contenus d’Open Édition sur Twitter.. 12ème Colloque international d’ISKO-France : Données et mégadonnées ouvertes en SHS : de nouveaux enjeux pour l’état et l’organisation des connaissances ?, Oct 2019, Montpellier, France. ⟨hal-02307664⟩

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