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Gillian Rose’s blog Visual/Method/Culture

Gillian Rose has a blog called Visual/Method/Culture. It looks like she’s using this as a space to explore her great work on visual methods and visual urbanism. Here is a post linking to a talk she recently gave on visual … Continue reading

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New Schizomedia blog

David Hill, who is a colleague of mine at York, has just recently set up a blog called Schizomedia. David has previously worked on the ethics of new media forms. His work crosses between sociology and philosophy. He has been … Continue reading

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Jonathan Sterne’s blog and the Sound Studies Reader

I mentioned Jonathan Sterne’s blog in my previous post. Here is a link. As well as information on his new book on MP3 there are also some posts on his edited collection The Sound Studies Reader, which has just been … Continue reading

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Association of Internet Researchers

I’ve been following the Association of Internet Researchers email list for a few years now. Here is the AoIR blog. AoIR is a large group of international researchers. The group is lively and they also produce a special issue of … Continue reading

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Ethnography matters blog

Here is a new collaborative blog called ethnography matters. And here is a. Interesting post about big data and ethnography (including a reference to Jay-z, my paper treating jay-z as a sociologist will be out later this year in IJURR).

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Terry Wassal asks ‘would C Wright Mills have kept a blog?

Terry Wassal asks if C Wright Mills would have kept a blog. Based on the intellectual craftsmanship piece he claims the answer is likely to be yes. That’s a relief. I can see Wassal’s point, blogging does seem to fit … Continue reading

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Data and visualisation blogs (a list)

Here, at flowing data, is a account of the top data and visualisation blogs. Here there are lots of examples of the sociological imagination in action and also opportunities for developing new research methods. It’s surprising how vibrant this type … Continue reading


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City journal blog, loads of urban culture materials

Those who have read the journal CITY will not be surprised that the journal’s blog has lots if interesting materials. Some of it provides insights into the journal content, others are posts for the site. Lots of interesting visual materials … Continue reading

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