АНАЛИЗ ОНЛАЙН-АКТИВНОСТИ ПОЛЬЗОВАТЕЛЕЙ СОЦИАЛЬНЫХ СЕТЕЙ КАК РЕАКЦИЯ НА ОБЩЕСТВЕННО-ПОЛИТИЧЕСКИЕ ПРОЦЕССЫ В РЕСПУБЛИКЕ КАЗАХСТАН

Ключевые слова: Казахстан, январские события, ОДКБ, ЕАЭС, Токаев, Назарбаев, Путин, большие данные, контент-анализ

Аннотация

В статье систематизированы данные, затрагивающие последствия январских событий 2022 года в Республике Казахстан и отношение к войскам ОДКБ, действующих в республике в период январских событий, полученные из сообществ и профилей различных социальных сетей (посты, репосты, комментарии) с использованием инструментов Big Data, а также проведен их анализ с применением машинного метода анализа текста. Автором были систематизированы и проанализированы данные, собранные ЦУР Астраханской области (центр управления регионом) из открытых источников и переданные для вторичного анализа. Вторичный анализ производился с применением машинного метода анализа текста в системе PolyAnalyst c целью обобщения результатов анализа данных. В результате были выявлены основные источники информации, источники трафика, авторы публикуемого контента, популярные сообщества, определена география публикаций, выделены наиболее популярные слова-маркеры, индекс вовлеченности пользователей в анализируемые посты, а также проанализирована тональность сообщений с наиболее часто упоминаемыми персонами и организациями.

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Опубликован
2022-03-28
Как цитировать
Chernichkin, D. (2022). АНАЛИЗ ОНЛАЙН-АКТИВНОСТИ ПОЛЬЗОВАТЕЛЕЙ СОЦИАЛЬНЫХ СЕТЕЙ КАК РЕАКЦИЯ НА ОБЩЕСТВЕННО-ПОЛИТИЧЕСКИЕ ПРОЦЕССЫ В РЕСПУБЛИКЕ КАЗАХСТАН. Caspium Securitatis: журнал каспийской безопасности, 2(1), 72-95. извлечено от https://caspiumsecuritatis.ru/index.php/csj/article/view/54
Раздел
Каспийские региональные исследования: Казахстан