Towards an understanding of Twitter networks: The case of the state of Mexico

The purpose of this research is to provide some understanding of Twitter Networks, using the data from the Twitter discussion generated on the State of the Union from Governor Eruviel Avila in 2015 and 2016. We analyzed and compared Network Links from tweets of two years, using Netlytic as a mining text tool. This researchContinue reading Towards an understanding of Twitter networks: The case of the state of Mexico

Introduction to the special issue on social media and government

The use of social media by public administration has been growing steadily, and fostering important transformations in organization, costs, citizen interaction and efficiency. Citizens are increasingly more informed about government activities, performance, and claims solutions. Citiizens and non-profit organizations are in greater communication with each other about government planning and response to complex and collectiveContinue reading Introduction to the special issue on social media and government

The Diffusion of Social Media Among State Governments in Mexico

Most of the research about how state governments use social media focuses on services, comparative perspectives or assessment of e-governments. The authors’ focus is on the adoption of social media by state governments in Mexico. Many state governments may be slow to adopt social media due to a lack guidance on where their efforts mayContinue reading The Diffusion of Social Media Among State Governments in Mexico

México: entre la corrupción y los datos abiertos gubernamentales

La relación entre democracia y corrupción ha sido difícil de descifrar. Muchas investigaciones se han realizado en torno a ello desde la cultura, la historia, la ciencia política y la teoría política. Sin embargo, esta reflexión parte de la existencia del uso de las tecnologías de información y comunicación y asu vez una nueva alternativaContinue reading México: entre la corrupción y los datos abiertos gubernamentales