Re: Re: [Air-l] Question about tracking the history of web sites
Han Woo PARK (Dr)
hanpark at yumail.ac.kr
Tue Jan 25 15:44:46 PST 2005
You might like to take a look at my recent article which examines a longitudinal change in political websites.
Park, H. W., Kim, C. S., & Barnett, G. A. (2004). Socio-communicational structure among political actors on the web in South Korea: The dynamics of digital presence in cyberspace, New Media & Society. 6(3), 403-423.
Also, there are three websites for your references
> -----Original message-----
> From: "Fernando Alonso"
> To: air-l at listserv.aoir.org
> Date: 2005/01/24(월)19:14
> Subject: Re: [Air-l] Question about tracking the history of web sites
> Take a look to the ECOresearch Network (www.ecoresearch.net), recently they monitored trends in the global coverage of solar power technologies by electronic mass media and corporate Web sites. They also took weekly snapshots of Web coverage, prior to the US elections last year, to contrast the perceptions of media, companies and environmental organisations.
> Fernando Alonso Mendo
> Brunel University
> West London
> On Sat, 22 Jan 2005 17:28:39 +0000, LEE JENG HOON wrote:
> > Hi.
> > I am wondering whether we can track the changes in the web sites with a
> > given topic.
> > For example, when I look for web sites on abortion and I like to see the
> > growth of the popularity on the Internet, is there any way to compare the
> > web sites at the six month ago with the web site at this moment? I know
> > some search engines provde some options to set "Date" to limit the web sites
> > by the terms of update.
> > I like to have any thoughts and ideas for problems and sugggestions.
> > Have a nice weekend.
> > Jenghoon Lee
Dr. Han Woo PARK
English site: http://www.hanpark.net
Department of Communication & Information
Yeung Nam University
214-1, Dae-dong, Gyeongsan-si,Gyeongsangbuk-do, South Korea, Zip Code 712-749
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