На английском больше материалов. При прочих равных, скорей всего не имеет значения.
The whole quote makes more sense, as usually people use just the part of it to justify lack of their programming skills.
@twsh @erosdiscordia I'm interested in counteraction to propaganda. So far, I see a lot of toxic comments, which might be classified as hate speech. "Might", because I don't want to jump into conclusions.
I' yet to find examples of reframing. This is what Lakoff talks about and gives concrete examples how it should be done in the debate between US Conservatives and Democrats.
Amazing. Especially "...the important ways that power is enacted through discourse, how speech acts can prepare the way for physical and material acts, and how speech generates permissions for actions hitherto uncountenanced"
I've printed so much that papers don't fit into my backpack
Thanks again! Now I have some reading to do.
Thanks, I'll check it out
@socrates and Scholar Social in general.
Do you know a study which looks into why people share news on social media? What's people intent?
So far, I see that people might just share a news story they find important or give their opinion/comment. On a meta level, one can comment on the quality of a news outlet. Or even call out fake news and propaganda.
Are there studies that classify shared content similarly?
I'll give it a try
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