publication . Other literature type . Conference object . Preprint . 2010

Signed networks in social media

Jon Kleinberg; Daniel P. Huttenlocher; Jure Leskovec;
Open Access
  • Published: 11 Mar 2010
  • Publisher: Association for Computing Machinery (ACM)
Abstract
Relations between users on social media sites often reflect a mixture of positive (friendly) and negative (antagonistic) interactions. In contrast to the bulk of research on social networks that has focused almost exclusively on positive interpretations of links between people, we study how the interplay between positive and negative relationships affects the structure of on-line social networks. We connect our analyses to theories of signed networks from social psychology. We find that the classical theory of structural balance tends to capture certain common patterns of interaction, but that it is also at odds with some of the fundamental phenomena we observe ...
Subjects
free text keywords: Physics - Physics and Society, Computer Science - Computers and Society, Computer Science - Human-Computer Interaction, H.5.3, Social psychology, Social network, business.industry, business, Social relation, Classical theory, Structural balance, Social competence, Social entropy, Odds, Social media, Psychology
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