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The virtual community and its micro- blog \

Author YuZuo
Tutor GuJianMing
School Huazhong University of Science and Technology
Course Journalism
Keywords Micro- blog Interpersonal communication Node Relationship Virtual Community Interpersonal oriented
CLC G206
Type Master's thesis
Year 2011
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Micro- blog is a variant of the traditional blog , this form of change in the final analysis due to changes in the content . Scientific and technological progress , fragmentation era, as the content changes , contributed to the micro- blog This variant formation. In fact, the Chinese microblogging twitter born in functionality and positioning than its \Micro- blog information dissemination has a unique distribution channels, the user mode and interpersonal relationships impact the formation of virtual and reality blend loose virtual communities and social networks. Micro- blog 's \have their own characteristics and functions . As a new micro- blog from the media , still at an early stage of development, combined with the mass media is not close . This paper argues that micro- blog is more of a platform for interpersonal communication , communication process reflected in more interpersonal communication within the platform as well as on the basis of the formation of virtual communities inside the transmission. These virtual communities most notable feature is the dissemination of information \This will be from a different mode of information dissemination to start the virtual community \In the Internet age , mode of transmission has undergone enormous changes. Has long been neglected \blog information Dissemination \In this paper, the theory of social networks is mainly related to the theory and the theory of communication studies , using research methods include literature research, content analysis , surveys, and case studies .

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