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Cultural dimensions in Twitter: time, individualism and power

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Previous studies have established the link between one's actions (e.g., engaging with others vs. minding one's own business) and one's national culture (e.g., collectivist vs. individualistic), and such actions have been shown to be important as they are collectively affiliated with a country's economic outcomes (e.g., Gross Domestic Product). Hitherto there has not been any systematic study of whether one's action on Twitter (e.g., deciding when to post messages) is linked to one's culture (...

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University of Oxford
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Oxford, SSD, Oxford Internet Institute
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AAAI Publications Publisher's website
Publication date:
2013-01-01
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uuid:bb9f5d8d-e819-4770-8d5f-1ee57e1a097d
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631357
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