Monthly Archives: April 2013

What is digital sociology? An audio interview with Noortje Marres

Mark Carrigan has posted an audio interview with Noortje Marres. The interview is titled ‘What is digital sociology?’. Noortje discusses various aspects of digital sociology in the interview. She discusses the various problems and dilemmas raised by digital analytics. She … Continue reading

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A review of Noise Channels: Glitch and Error in Digital Culture

Mark Jennings has written a review of Peter Krapp’s Noise Channels: Glitch and Error in Digital Culture for Information, Communication & Society. It is now available on our online first section.

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What Mad Men says about women…

In The Guardian Amanda Marcotte discusses the depiction of women in the TV show Mad Men. The piece focuses upon the different women in the show. It almost treats the different characters as ideal types that can be used to … Continue reading

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Deborah Lupton with 30 tips for successful research and writing

The LSE blog has 30 tips for successful academic research and writing from Deborah Lupton. There are some really helpful points here. The planning ahead one is a big of a tricky point. I often find that I have a … Continue reading

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Interstitial: A Journal of Modern Culture and Events

Interstitial: A Journal of Modern Culture and Events, is a newly launched and open access journal. It looks like a really interesting development. The already have an lively piece by Stuart Elden and an interview with Elizabeth Grosz. This sort … Continue reading

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A review of the Digital Methods as Mainstream Methodology event

The Digital Methods as Mainstream Methodology seminar series blog now has a review of the third event. It provides an overview of the speakers talks along with some other discussion of digital methods.

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A new book on locative media

A new book on Locative Media has just been published. It’s edited by Regine Buschauer and Katherine S. Willis. Here’s the description: The convergence of smartphones, GPS, the Internet, digital mapping technologies and social networks has given rise to a … Continue reading

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