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05 percent of Twitter users, but attract about half of all the attention. 98 Search engines and other recommendation systems are another way for users to find media. ”100 People search for all kinds of things. , the address for YouTube or Amazon). Sometimes they’re looking for information. Sometimes they just want to pass time. 101 42 CHAPTER 2 Two features of social media distinguish them from more conventional social networks. First, they extend the notion of group membership far beyond the bounds of traditional, face-to-face acquaintances.
Their identities vary from group to group and topic to topic. They tend to be in touch with the relevant media and stay relatively well informed about their supposed area of expertise—whether it’s fashion or politics. Their opinions are respected, and so they’re in a position to influence other group members. 88 It described what’s called the “two-step flow” of mass communication. Rather than being directly affected by media messages, people often learned of things through opinion leaders in their social networks.
Marketing researchers have spent years searching for “user-defined” program types that might signal audience loyalties. But other predispositions can be at work as well. People seem to prefer supportive, like-minded speech and dislike messages that challenge their beliefs. ” Or it might be that people choose media because they find it useful or gratifying or a marker of their social identity. The following sections provide brief summaries intended to give you a taste of the major research traditions that speak to media choice.
A Bijective Answer to a Question of Zvonkin by Ehrenborg R.