FHWS Used In A University Study On Collective Action Theory


Collective Action Theory Meets the Blogosphere: A New Methodology
By Nitin Agarwal, Merlyna Lim and Rolf T. Wigand
University of Arkansas at Little Rock: Dept of Information Science
Arizona Stat University: School of Social Transformation – Justice and Social Inquiry

“The occurrence of various Al-Huwaider’s causes in three blogs, ‘Tara Umm Omar’, ‘Saudi Woman’ and ‘Sand Gets In My Eyes’. If the concerns of these blogs were similar, we assume the blogs were themselves similar. We illustrate our analysis in Table 1, where we aggregate the concerns from these three blogs (denoted in columns) for each cause/issue (denoted in rows).”

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