Urban sensing - Europe media monitor
Urban Sensing - European Media Monitor
Discover what Media say and think about topics concerning the Alpine Region
Europe Media Monitor
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In the “Implementing Alpine Governance Mechanisms of the European Strategy for the Alpine Region – AlpGov”, the Urban Sensing framework has been identified and used to gather social media data surrounding topics linked to the Alpine macro-region and miscellaneous innovation themes.
During the last year of the project the lead stakeholder of the Project identified in the newspaper related data an interesting topic. Given the always increasing talk how the traditional informative channels influence the social perception of groups, it was decided to move the Urban Sensing Reports from a social analysis to a more news and information study.
As the main source of information, the Europe Media Monitor was chosen. Through the use of this public and validated instrument, ERSAF decided to choose a set of keywords to follow on the press (both digital and tradizional). As a result, the statical output changes both graphically and from a number of issues and topics.
The analyzed topics
The keyword that are relevant to
EUSALP, and specifically to the single
Action Groups in the project. were
chosen to create these analysis are:
- Alpine Food
- Climate Change
- Cultural Resources
- Danube Region
- Economic Growth
- Green Economy
- Italian Presidency
- Labour Market
- Research and Innovation
- Risk Management
- Smart Village