Computational Impact Assessment of Issue Focused Media and Information Products

TIME FRAME
2015 – present
TOTAL FUNDING TO DATE
$150,000

Films are produced, screened and perceived as part of a larger and continuously changing ecosystem that involves multiple stakeholders and themes. This project will measure the impact of social justice documentaries by capturing, modeling and analyzing the map of these stakeholders and themes in a systematic, scalable and analytically rigorous fashion. This solution will result in a validated, re-useable and end-user friendly methodology and technology that practitioners can use to assess the long-term impact of media productions beyond the number of people who have seen a screening or visited a webpage. Moreover, bringing the proposed computational methodology into a real-world application context can serve as a case-study for demonstrating the usability of this cutting-edge solution.

Computational Impact Assessment of Issue Focused Media and Information Products

Personnel

Computational Impact Assessment of Issue Focused Media and Information Products
Jana Diesner
Principal Investigator (PI)

Funding Agencies

Ford Foundation — $150,000

Research Areas

Data Analytics, Diversity and Social Justice