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Social media question asking (SMQA): whom do we tag and why?

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posted on 01.01.2018, 00:00 authored by Hasan FerdousHasan Ferdous, D Das, F M Choudhury
Social media question asking (SMQA) is an interesting application where users ask factual or subjective questions through social networks, also make invitations or seek favours, among other types of queries. Topics like what we ask, what motivates us to answer, how to integrate the traditional search engines with SMQA, etc. have been well investigated. However, the effect on tagging particular people in queries is yet to be explored. In this work, we focus on targeted queries in social networking sites, where people tag some of their friends, but also remains open to others who might want to respond. We conducted a two-phase study to investigate users tagging behaviour based on question topic and type, their rationale behind tagging those particular people, and corresponding outcomes of tagging. Our result contradicts with the existing works that tried to use automated tagging in social networks and identify design opportunities that need to be considered while developing new solutions to assist in this regard.

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Event

Computer-Human Interaction Special Interest Group (CHISIG) of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society of Australia. Conference (30th : 2018 : Melbourne, Vic.)

Series

Computer-Human Interaction Special Interest Group (CHISIG) of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society of Australia Conference

Pagination

12 - 22

Publisher

Association for Computing Machinery

Location

Melbourne, Vic.

Place of publication

New York, N.Y.

Start date

04/12/2018

End date

07/12/2018

ISBN-13

9781450361880

Language

eng

Publication classification

E1.1 Full written paper - refereed

Copyright notice

2018, the owner/author(s)

Editor/Contributor(s)

D McKay, J Waycott, A Morrison, J Choi, A Lugmayr, M Billinghurst, R Kelly, G Buchanan, D Stevenson

Title of proceedings

OzCHI 2018 : Proceedings of the 30th Australian Computer-Human Interaction Conference 2018

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