Tag Archives: Academic blogging

The risks of academic blogging

On his blog Sam Burgum provides some thoughts about the risks of academic blogging. I’ve posted a quite few times in the past about academic blogging, but Sam focuses here on his experiences of using his blog. These experiences include … Continue reading

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Deborah Lupton on academic blogging

On her blog Deborah Lupton has posted a detailed overview if the research on academic blogging. The post is based upon the research she is doing for her forthcoming book on digital sociology. In this post Deborah surveys the various … Continue reading

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Taking stock and some reflections on blogging

A little while ago I came across this post, titled ‘Taking Stock‘, on the Geographical Imaginations blog. I held on to it for a while. This is my 200th post, so I thought that now was probably a good time … Continue reading

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