Sosiaalisen median kommenttien analyysi multimodaalisesta näkökulmasta digitaalisen journalismin ja poliittisen viestinnän tutkimuksessa

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DOI:

https://doi.org/10.23978/inf.111071

Avainsanat:

affordanssi, digitaalinen journalismi, kommentit, multimodaalisuus [http://www.yso.fi/onto/yso/p25633], poliittinen viestintä [http://www.yso.fi/onto/yso/p13723], sosiaalinen media [http://www.yso.fi/onto/yso/p20774]

Abstrakti

Societal discussions flow on social media platforms that are studied by researchers in multiple ways and through various kinds of data sets that are extracted from them. In the studies of these discussions, multimodality unravels the semiotic modes that are communication resources through which meanings are socially and culturally created and expressed. In addition, the viewpoint of affordances can be used for viewing the functions of social media platforms and their discussions. Furthermore, this review was conducted to better understand how social media comments are researched from the perspective of multimodality in the context of digital journalism and political communication. A systematic literature review and qualitative content analysis were used as methods. The review discovered that the studies under review were not that high in multimodality and that text as an individual mode was the most common one. Furthermore, Twitter was the most researched platform and the one where the use of modes was more thoroughly explained.

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Julkaistu

2021-11-05

Viittaaminen

Salonen, M., Kannasto, E., & Paatelainen, L. (2021). Sosiaalisen median kommenttien analyysi multimodaalisesta näkökulmasta digitaalisen journalismin ja poliittisen viestinnän tutkimuksessa . Informaatiotutkimus, 40(3), 163–188. https://doi.org/10.23978/inf.111071