Responding to Natural Disasters on Twitter Social Media to Comparative Analysis of User Behavior and Geospatial Information Content in Indonesia and the United States
Disasters are a series of events that threaten, disrupt people's lives and livelihoods which are caused by natural, non-natural and human factors, resulting in casualties, environmental damage, losses and psychological impacts. Natural disasters have prompted Twitter social media users to upload information about the conditions of areas affected by natural disasters in pictures or only text of the disaster site. At that time, the researcher proposed to analyze the behavior of Twitter social media users towards education levels in Indonesia and the United States. This research provides an overview of the facts about the content shared on Twitter social media, and provides a solution for the extraction of geospatial content on Twitter social media. From the processing of data from Twitter social media, it can be seen that there is no difference in the relationship between Twitter social media users and education levels in Indonesia and the United States and more geospatial information content in the United States than in Indonesia.
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