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Facebook bigdata to understand regime change and migration patterns during candlelight rallies over park’s impeachment and 2017 presidential election in south korea

  1. 1. Prof. Han Woo PARK Yeungnam University South Korea Facebook bigdata to understand regime change and migration patterns during candlelight rallies over Park’s impeachment and 2017 presidential election in South Korea
  2. 2. Contents Victory of Moon Jae-in 1. Candlelight Protest in a Hybrid Media System over Park’s impeachment 2. Taegu-Kyeongbuk(TK) Region in Korea 3. Migration from Impeachment to Election 4.
  3. 3. 1. Victory of Moon Jae-in http://edition.cnn.com/2017/05/09/asia/south-korea-election/index.html
  4. 4. https://www.theguardian.com/world/2017/may/09/moon-jae-in-the-south-korean-pragmatist-who-would-be-presidentc
  5. 5. 2. Candlelight Protest in a Hybrid Media System over Park’s impeachment
  6. 6. Political situation before candlelight protest
  7. 7. 1. An Ontology of Hybridity 2. All Media Systems Have Been Hybrid 3. The Contemporary Contexts of Hybridity 4. The Political Information Cycle 5. Power, Interdependence, and Hybridity in the Construction of Political News: Understanding WikiLeaks 6. Symphonic Consonance in Campaign Communication: Reinterpreting Obama for America 7. Systemic Hybridity in the Mediation of the American Presidential Campaign 8. Hybrid Norms in News and Journalism 9. Hybrid Norms in Activism, Parties, and Government Conclusion: Politics and Power in the Hybrid Media System Various Hybrid Media Units
  8. 8. https://www.ilbe.com/2050234889 Visual Meme as Hybrid Media Unit
  9. 9. https://sss.kr/s/board.php?bo_table=politics&wr_id=13511&sfl=wr_name%2C1&stx=%EC%BB%A4%EB%AE%A4%EB%8B%88%ED%8B%B0&sst=wr_good&sod=desc&sop=and&page=4
  10. 10. http://blog.naver.com/PostView.nhn?blogId=vsil0lisv&logNo=220882205570&categoryNo=0&parentCategoryNo=0&viewDate=&currentPage=1&postListTopCurrentPage=1&from=postView
  11. 11. Quadruple Helix based on N4 Transfer Process • Four Ns have mutual interaction - Attention - Reaction - Expression - Participation
  12. 12. 1st Protest on 29 October 2016
  13. 13. 3. Focusing on Taegu(Daegu)-Kyeongbuk(TK) If one looks closely at the voting numbers, the regionalism which has defined elections in modern South Korea is still present. In North Jeolla, South Jeolla, and the metropolitan city of Gwangju, Hong Joon-pyo earned equal to or less than 3 percent of all votes. In North Gyeongsang, Hong won with 48.6 percent to Moon’s 21.7; in Daegu (another metropolitan city region) Hong took 45.4 percent; and in South Gyeongsang – technically Moon’s “home province” – Hong also won, although he took the province by less than 1 percentage point. These southeastern provinces and the city of Daegu are the only administrative districts that Hong won. http://thediplomat.com/2017/05/south-koreas-19th-presidential-election-lessons-learned/
  14. 14. Voting numbers per region http://theimpeter.com/39931/
  15. 15. Type A local TV station (Daegu MBC) UCC (Real time in Daegu ) anti-Park rally hosted by Celebrity (Kim jedong) Pro-Park rally hosted by seniors (Parksamo) X Publicly-Responded Data and Scraped Comments from Facebook Pages
  16. 16. Internet must be connected to play this video clip https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OhvUSUU_AFM Daegu MBC Documentary 'Candlelight Vigil Facebook Bigdata' Prof. Han Woo Park interview
  17. 17. 4. Migration from Impeachment to Election Facebook commenters across media when the motion of impeachment against Park passed the National Assembly Facebook commenters across candidates during early stages of 2017 Presidential campaign
  18. 18. THANK YOU

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