Tag: altmetrics

What do Cultural Anthropologists do? "Decode" Human Behaviour

Jennifer Long , August 28th, 2017


According to a recent article (August 3, 2017) in the Financial Post, Martin Birt discusses the work of Johanna Faigelman, CEO and founding partner of Human Branding. In answer…


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Anthropologists Visualizing Data: Packaging Anthropological Knowledge Part Three

Jennifer Long , August 3rd, 2017


In line with the post from earlier this week, Anthro Everywhere! is revisiting the topic of visualizing data in accessible (i.e. easily consumable) ways. What do I mean…


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The Packaging Anthropological Knowledge Part Two

Jennifer Long , July 31st, 2017


As an anthropologist teaching technical communications, I often reflect on the merits of active, concise, and accessible communication styles that I didn’t learn while studying my undergraduate or…


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The Packaging of Anthropological Knowledge and Its Merits According to Market Research Experts

Jennifer Long , June 29th, 2017


In a Harvard Business Review article To Get More Out of Social Media, Think Like an Anthropologist authors Susan Fournier, John Quelch, and Bob Rietveld (August 16, 2016) advocate…


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Why We Post: Anthropologists take on Social Media

Jennifer Long , June 26th, 2017


In response to our posts last week about the presence and role of anthropologists and other academics on social media, I stumbled across the Why We Post, Social…


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Academics and their Social Media Presence

Jennifer Long , June 22nd, 2017


Thao Nelson from Indiana University wrote an article for Maclean’s entitled Dear students, what you post can wreck your life. In this article, Nelson argues that students should think…


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Students as Public Intellectuals – Another Push toward Altmetrics?

Jennifer Long , September 22nd, 2016


Sarah Madsen Hardy and Marisa Milanese have recently written about the potential for students to become active and entrusted members of public intellectuals through a recent overview of…


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