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should make the animato, and in a word doc explain some context about the project and write something I can present to class in the presentation.
Groups will submit Animoto( how many pages you can decide and change price) ( https://animoto.com/ )(animated video presentation) as their final product. The final product should contain the following: (a) a description of the literature and theories that led you to your study. It should review research from the course and at least 1 additional scholarly research article per group member (if you have 4 group members, I will want to see details demonstrating your careful review of 4 research articles beyond the syllabus that have been carefully and appropriately selected to match your topic); (b) your hypotheses / research questions; (c) your method; (d) your findings; and (e) your conclusions. Finding Scholarly Research Articles. There are many useful journals to consult for this purpose, such as: Journal of Communication, Communication Research, Political Communication, New Media & Society, Social Media + Society, Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly, Mass Communication & Society, American Journal of Political Science, or American Political Science Review. To access these journals, search using the university library databases. You also may use Google Scholar, although use caution to make sure that the source you choose is from a peer-reviewed scholarly journal (contact me if you’re Van Duyn, Fall 2021 unsure). Please note that the articles must come from scholarly sources, not from general interest publications or newspapers (e.g., Time, Newsweek, New York Times, etc.), trade publications (e.g., Editor & Publisher, Ad Age) or research organizations (e.g., Pew Research).
Final APA reference list: this is you reference list for the scholarly articles that should be incorporated and referenced in your final product. Remember that you should have one scholarly article per group member (using articles we read in class does not count).
If you created an Animoto, you should not simply play the video without first providing some context about your project.
Grading Criteria
• Background ( / 10)
Explain the theories that motivated your research. Demonstrate your understanding of the
literature/ theory that led you to your research. Review research from the course and at least 1
additional scholarly research article per group member that is clearly related to your research topic.
Demonstrate that you carefully read the article and provides a summary the main findings. Argue
why we should care about your study.
• Hypotheses or Research Questions ( / 10)
Please explain what you expected to happen or what question motivated your research. Your
hypotheses or research questions should be short and very clear. They should quickly convey the
purpose of your project. For example, you might say: (1) We hypothesized that Facebook
advertisements from national candidates would be more negative than advertisements from down
ballot candidates. OR (2) We are investigating whether people use an online Facebook group for
Champaign County Republicans as a community of solidarity, practice, and/or contention.
• Method ( / 20)
Describe exactly what you did. Which ads, posts, or comments? How many people? What method
did you use to select the content or people? How did you code the data? Based on your description,
we should be able to exactly replicate your study. Make sure to justify your choices. Your
justification should be based on something other than time or place – try to make a case for why it is
important to study UIUC students or advertisements from a certain candidate.
• Results ( / 20)
Discuss or display the results of your research. You may use words, charts, graphs, and tables to do
this. You may include examples that illustrate your points. Make sure it is clear what you conclude
about each finding – in other words, make sure describe what each chart, graph, or table means.
Also, please use care to carefully label and title charts, graphs, and tables.
• Limitations ( / 5)
All research has limitations and you should state yours. What constrains how applicable the research
is? For example, you might say “We looked only at 100 tweets; it is possible that the results would
be different if we looked at all 1,000 tweets during this time period.” OR “These results are for
Governor Pritzker’s campaign, we can’t be sure that these same results would hold for other
• Conclusions( / 10)
Clearly say the results of your hypothesis/research question. Convey the overarching point of your
project, how it relates to readings that you did for your project, and what it means for social media
and politics more broadly. This should be passionate and let people know why they should care.
(b) a high-quality fileof a virtual poster from Piktochart OR a high-quality file of an animated video presentation from Animoto, (c) the references you used, in APA formatting (a guide for APA formatting can be found on our class Moodle site under “Group Project,”),
this is the question that wrote about the proposal not for this animator, just listing for understanding, no need write anything about this listing question.
4. Find a public community on social media (e.g. a Reddit page, a public Facebook group). Look at a minimum of 6 months’ worth of content. Drawing from our discussion of community building on social media (e.g. commitment, exchange of resources) and Van Duyn’s findings on community building (e.g. community of solidarity, community of practice, community of contention), explain how the community uses the platform. What is its purpose? What is its discourse like? What do you notice about how they interact with one another? What does or does not change in the community over time? What affordances of social media do they use? What does your study of this community tell you about how social media helps (or does not help) bring people together?


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