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U of T researcher uses social media data to analyze public reaction to the pandemic
UofT News
UofT News
From Canada to Uganda and beyond: U of T researchers receive funding for COVID-19 projects
The following researchers at U of T and its partner hospitals have received CIHR funding for COVID-19-related projects:
July 21, 2020
Faculty of Information News
Faculty of Information News
Mining social media data to see shifting public reactions to COVID-19
From the moment news broke of an unknown, potentially deadly virus, the topic lit up social media channels.......
July 09, 2020
Faculty in the News
Faculty in the News
Assistant Professor Jia Xue is mining social media data to better understand the public’s changing reactions to the global pandemic
U of T Assistant Professor Jia Xue, who uses computational approaches to study social justice issues, immediately began mining rich social media data...
July 02, 2020
Faculty of Information News
Faculty of Information News
Mining Twitter for Big Data Gold
The computer in Assistant Professor Jia Xue’s Big Data for Social Justice Lab at the Faculty of Information is set to automatically download one percent of tweets produced daily around the globe...
October 17, 2019
HARVARD Carr Center
HARVARD Carr Center
Former Carr Center Fellow Jia Xue will discuss sexual violence in China
In this seminar, Jia Xue discusses the current state of domestic violence law in China. In particular, she focuses on how this social issue transfers into a policy agenda...
Sep 18, 2017
HARVARD Kennedy School
HARVARD Kennedy School
Jia Xue | The Carr Center of Human Rights - Havard Kennedy School
Jia Xue is a fifth-year student in SP2’s Ph.D. program in Social Welfare, along with a dual Master’s degree in Statistics in Wharton.
HARVARD Kennedy School
HARVARD Kennedy School
Jia Xue | Woman and Public Policy Program - Havard Kennedy School
Jia Xue’s research focuses on intimate violence, dating violence in young adulthood, child abuse and gender-based violence in international and cross-cultural contexts.
PennToday
PennToday
Penn Study: Victim-blaming Rape Myths Prevalent in China
Anew collaborative study led by researchers at the University of Pennsylvania provides the first psychometric measure to assess attitudes about rape in China.
September 08, 2016