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Modified skin tone emojis promote diversity on social media, finds Walid Magdy (Informatics)

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References

TitleClever use of expressions British study: personality expression enhance minority belonging
Media name/outletChinese News Net
Date of coverage16/04/18
TitleDarker emoji skin tones promote diversity, not racism, on Twitter; The study analyzed a billion tweets.
Media name/outletMarketWatch
Date of coverage13/04/18
TitleEmojis with different skin tones promote diversity
Media name/outletThe Nation
Date of coverage12/04/18
TitleEmojis ringtones promote diversity
Media name/outletCE Financial News
Date of coverage12/04/18
TitleTones in emojis promote diversity
Media name/outletCE Financial News
Date of coverage12/04/18
TitleHow Diverse Emojis Encourage More Social Inclusion
Media name/outletNational Geogrpahic
Date of coverage11/04/18
TitleTones in emojis promote diversity
Media name/outletThe nation
Date of coverage11/04/18
TitleDarker emoji skin tones promote diversity, Twitter study shows
Media name/outletEurekalert
Date of coverage11/04/18
TitleDiverse skin tone emojis boost inclusion: Twitter study
Media name/outletPress Trust of India
Date of coverage11/04/18
TitleEmojis tone up our diversity
Media name/outletThe Herald
Date of coverage11/04/18
TitleDark skin emoji helps social media users feel included
Media name/outletDaily Telegraph
Date of coverage11/04/18
TitleDiversity emojis get thumbs up
Media name/outletThe Daily Record
Date of coverage11/04/18
TitleDiverse skin tone emojis boost inclusion: Twitter study
Media name/outletBusiness Standard
Date of coverage11/04/18
TitleEmojis successful in representing diversity – study
Media name/outletThe Irish News
Date of coverage11/04/18
TitleEmoji characters a success
Media name/outletThe Dundee Courier
Date of coverage11/04/18
TitleModified skin tone emojis promote diversity on social media
Media name/outletBBC Radio 5 Live
Date of coverage11/04/18
TitleSkin tone emoji boost inclusion on social media, study shows
Media name/outletThe Telegraph
Date of coverage10/04/18
TitleEmoji skin tone options 'being used positively'
Media name/outletBBC
Date of coverage10/04/18
TitleEMOJI WIN Darker skin tone emojis ‘rarely abused in a racist way on Twitter’ according to Scottish study
Media name/outletThe Sun
Date of coverage10/04/18
TitleEMOJIS SUCCESSFUL IN REPRESENTING DIVERSITY - STUDY
Media name/outlet National Newswire
Date of coverage10/04/18
TitleEmojis successfully represent diversity, study says
Media name/outletBT News
Date of coverage10/04/18
TitleEmojis successful in representing diversity - study
Media name/outletRTE News
Date of coverage10/04/18
TitleEmojis successful in representing diversity –
Media name/outlettalkradio.
Date of coverage10/04/18
TitleEmojis successful in representing diversity – study
Media name/outletDunfermline Press
Date of coverage10/04/18
TitleDark Skin Emojis not used for abuse
Media name/outletThe Scotsman
Date of coverage10/04/18
TitleEmojis successful in representing diversity – study
Media name/outletAberdeen Evening Express
Date of coverage10/04/18
TitleEmojis successful in representing diversity
Media name/outletClyde 1 Radio
Date of coverage10/04/18

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