How much is said in a microblog? A multilingual inquiry based on Weibo and Twitter

1 Jun 2015Han-Teng LiaoKing-wa FuScott A. Hale

This paper presents a multilingual study on, per single post of microblog text, (a) how much can be said, (b) how much is written in terms of characters and bytes, and (c) how much is said in terms of information content in posts by different organizations in different languages. Focusing on three different languages (English, Chinese, and Japanese), this research analyses Weibo and Twitter accounts of major embassies and news agencies... (read more)

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