Zainteresowanie opinii publicznej tematyką inwigilacji, prywatności i ochrony danych. Google big data w socjologii porównawczej

Słowa kluczowe: Planer słów kluczowych Google, big data, Google Trends, dane internetowe, Edward Snowden, inwigilacja, prywatność, ochrona danych, badania opinii publicznej

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W artykule zaprezentowano wyniki projektu badawczego, w którym zbadano wpływ czynników makrospołecznych na zainteresowanie opinii publicznej tematyką inwigilacji, ochrony danych i prywatności w Internecie w kontekście ujawnionych przez Edwarda Snowdena informacji o istnieniu globalnego programu masowej inwigilacji. Poziom zainteresowania opinii publicznej zbadano, ustalając liczbę wyszukiwań dla zapytań związanych z inwigilacją w wyszukiwarce Google w 116 krajach, w których następnie przeprowadzono analizy porównawcze. W artykule zostanie zweryfikowana hipoteza, że w krajach bardziej demokratycznych zainteresowanie opinii publicznej sprawami inwigilacji jest większe niż w pozostałych krajach. Przedstawimy także sposób, w jaki zaadaptowaliśmy dane Google na potrzeby projektu.

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