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Graphics on Monitoring Social Media in Elections
More and more organisations and researchers start monitoring social media in elections. These graphics provide orientation for such work. They can be used in for publications and presentations under the Creative Commons license. Click on an image to download it.
Fig 1. Digital Information Environment
Fig 2. Digital Information Economy
Fig 3. How Do Networks of Disinformation Work?
Fig 4. Social Media Manipulation: Short Term vs. Long Term
Fig 5. How Can Social Media Manipulation Influence Public Debate?
Fig 6. Influence Beyond the Electoral Cycle
Fig 7. Levels of Manipulation: The 3 M's
Fig 8. 3M's: Issues and Interventions
Fig 9. Looking at the Messenger
Fig 10. Looking at the Message
Fig 11. Solutions: Shared Reponsibilities
Figure 12. Regulation
Prepared by Rafael Goldzweig with input from Michael Meyer-Resende
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