An Online Social Network model through Twitter to build a social perception variable to measure the violence in Mexico


This paper describes the methodology and the model that used in Twitter to create an indicator that allows us to denote a social perception about violence, a topic of high impact in Mexico. We investigated and validated the keywords that Mexicans used related to this topic, in a specific time-lapse defined by the researchers. We implemented two analysis levels, the first one relative to the sum of tweets, and the second one with a rate of total tweets per 100,000 inhabitan


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Biografía del autor/a

Manuel Suárez Gutiérrez, Universidad Veracruzana

PhD Engineering in Emerging Technologies

José Luis Sánchez Cervantes, Instituto Tecnológico de Orizaba

PhD in Artificial Intelligence

Mario Andrés Paredes Valverde, Instituto Tecnológico Superior de Teziutlán

PhD in Computer Science

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Cómo citar
Suárez Gutiérrez, M., Sánchez Cervantes, J. L., & Paredes Valverde, M. A. (2020). An Online Social Network model through Twitter to build a social perception variable to measure the violence in Mexico. Revista Perspectiva Empresarial, 7(2 Supl.1), 6-18.
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