An interview about digital data and the future of social research

The second interview I did with Mark Carrigan focused on questions around digital data and the future of social research. We focused on the importance of digital data, why I matters, how we can cope with it and what it might mean for the practice of social and cultural research. The full interview is available here. I’ve also added it to the audio files and open access pieces section of this blog.

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