[Air-L] Is there any published research on "trolling"?
glovi002 at umn.edu
Wed Jul 25 05:29:38 PDT 2012
In addition to Alex's good suggestion, I'd recommend searching the Journal
of Computer-Mediated Communication. I seem to recall at least a few
trolling papers in there. Best wishes with your work, Peter
On Wed, Jul 25, 2012 at 2:24 AM, Alex Leavitt <alexleavitt at gmail.com> wrote:
> Whitney Phillips at the University of Oregon just defended her ethnographic
> dissertation on trolling actually! I don't think it's online yet but if you
> reach out I'm sure she'll be amicable about a copy.
> Sent from phone. - Alex Leavitt
> On Jul 25, 2012 12:14 AM, "Tom Williamson" <tom at skepticcanary.com> wrote:
> > Hello everyone,
> > I am new to Internet research, and I was wondering if anyone had
> > anything on "trolling"? Trolling is a big problem in the blogosphere,
> and I
> > am interested in ways to combat it.
> > I come from a bioinformatics background, and I have devised an
> > based on randomized double-blind controlled trials, to test the various
> > ways to combat trolling. Would anyone be interested in such a trial?
> > Thanks,
> > Tom
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