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Analysis of Differences in Comments of Internet Users under Hot Internet Events: The Case of the Nuclear Sewage Discharge Incident in Japan

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DOI: 10.23977/jsoce.2023.051103 | Downloads: 85 | Views: 626

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Mingjia Zhang 1

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1 Shanghai Weiyu School, Shanghai, 200000, China

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Mingjia Zhang

ABSTRACT

In the aftermath of the New Crown epidemic, there has been a substantial increase in active discussion among Internet users on various Internet platforms. At the same time, the topic of ecological environment has been increasingly emphasized. Recently, Japan's decision to gradually dump nuclear wastewater has aroused people's concern about environmental safety. This major event has provoked heated discussions among netizens from various countries. What kind of reaction will the new network environment produce under the impact of this event in the post epidemic period? This paper centers on the event of Japan's nuclear sewage discharge, and researches and selects the evaluation content and characteristic information of netizens of various network platforms to analyze the differences of netizens' comments under the hot events in the network environment after the epidemic.

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Netizens' comments, network platforms, ecological environment, Nuclear Sewage Discharge Incident

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Mingjia Zhang, Analysis of Differences in Comments of Internet Users under Hot Internet Events: The Case of the Nuclear Sewage Discharge Incident in Japan. Journal of Sociology and Ethnology (2023) Vol. 5: 14-23. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.23977/jsoce.2023.051103.
 

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