References for my IZEAfest talk

I gave a talk at IZEAfest about the science of sharing. I wove together a narrative based on recent research in social network analysis and some work we’ve done at People Pattern. It was fun preparing and delivering it!

The livestream of the talk is here [NOTE: the video is currently unavailable and I’m working on finding a new link], and here are the slides.


In preparing for the talk, I looked at and referred to a lot of papers. Here’s a list of papers referenced in the talk! Each paper is followed by a link to a PDF or site where you can get the PDF. A huge shout-out to the fantastic work by these scholars—I was really impressed by social network analysis work and the questions and methods they have been working on.

Chen et al. (2015). “Making Use of Derived Personality: The Case of Social Media Ad Targeting.” –

Cheng et al. (2015). “Antisocial Behavior in Online Discussion Communities.” –

Friggeri et al. (2015). “Rumor Cascades.” –

Goel et al. (2015). “The Structural Virality of Online Diffusion.” –

Gomez-Rodriguez et al. (2014). “Quantifying Information Overload in Social Media and its Impact on Social Contagions.” –

Gomez Rodriguez et al. (2014). “Uncovering the structure and temporal dynamics of information propagation.” –

Iacobelli et al. (2015). “Large Scale Personality Classification of Bloggers.” –

Kang and Lerman (2015). “User Effort and Network Structure Mediate Access to Information in Networks.” –

Kooti et al. (2015). “Evolution of Conversations in the Age of Email Overload.” –

Kulshrestha et al (2015). “Characterizing Information Diets of Social Media Users.”  –

Lerman et al. (2015). “The Majority Illusion in Social Networks.” –

Leskovec et al. (2009). “Meme-tracking and the Dynamics of the News Cycle.” –

Niculae et al. (2015). “QUOTUS: The Structure of Political Media Coverage as Revealed by Quoting Patterns.” –

Weng et al. (2014). “Predicting Successful Memes using Network and Community Structure.” –

Yarkoni (2010). “Personality in 100,000 Words: A large-scale analysis of personality and word use among bloggers.” –

Author: jasonbaldridge

Co-founder of People Pattern and Associate Professor in the Department of Linguistics at the University of Texas at Austin. My primary specialization is computational linguistics and my core research interests are formal and computational models of syntax, probabilistic models of both syntax and discourse structure, and machine learning for natural language tasks in general.

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