Tag: Editions

Five Mixed Methods for Research in the (Big) Data Age

Heather Ford , May 3rd, 2016

In this final post for The Person in the (Big) Data edition of Ethnography Matters, we provide a collection of five mixed methods used by researchers to shine…

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Trace Interviews Step-By-Step

elizabethdubois , May 3rd, 2016

In this penultimate post for The Person in the (Big) Data edition of EM, Elizabeth Dubois @lizdubois provides a step-by-step account of how the trace interviewing process works. Trace interv…

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Democratic Reflection: Evaluating Real-Time Citizen Responses to Media Content

gilesmoss , April 26th, 2016

What has always impressed me about this next method for ‘The Person in the (Big) Data‘ series is the way in which research participants were able to develop…

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Thinking with selfies

afsehadmin , April 4th, 2016

Kath Albury @KathAlbury continues our edition of ‘The Person in the (Big) Data‘ by talking about her research into young people and sexting. Instead of educating those who…

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Trace ethnography: a retrospective

staeiou , March 23rd, 2016

Stuart Geiger @staeiou continues our edition of ‘The Person in the (Big) Data‘ with a reflection on his practice of ‘trace ethnography’ that focuses on the trace-makin…

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Datalogical Systems and Us

Helen Thornham , March 17th, 2016

In this post for ‘The Person in the (Big) Data‘ edition of EM, Helen Thornham @Thornhambot talks about how her research into data and the everyday has made her think critically…

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Lemon Difficult: Building a Strategic Speculation Consultancy

Joseph Lindley , March 3rd, 2016

Joseph Lindley works with design fiction in order to facilitate meaningful speculation about the future. In between he likes to make music, take photographs and combine the other two…

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Don’t panic: the smart city is here!

dasdingwang , February 18th, 2016

Ding Wang, in her own words, ‘has a special interest in pursuing degrees whose names consist of two random words’ (specifically Tourism Management, Design Ethnography, and now Dig…

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Everybody’s an Ethnographer!

dhruvsharma101 , February 11th, 2016

Dhruv Sharma has a background in anthropology, has worked in various countries as an ethnographer, and also holds a master’s degree in design ethnography from Dundee University. His doctoral …

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What’s the matter with Ethnography?

Robert Potts , February 9th, 2016

Robert Potts is a filmmaker, lecturer, designer, and PhD candidate at the HighWire Centre for Doctoral Training who takes special interest in a diverse range of subjects including shared narr…

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What on Earth is Post Disciplinary Ethnography?

Joseph Lindley , January 26th, 2016

This post is part of the Post Disciplinary Ethnography Edition. ‘Jargon free’ text is the name of the game according to the Ethnography Matters style guide, so titling…

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