NatCen Social Research,
SAGE and the
Oxford Internet Institute are bringing together cutting-edge thinkers from academia, market research and applied social research in an
NCRM-funded network to explore whether we should embrace social media, and, if we do, what this means for our methods and practice.
We've been thinking a lot at #NSMNSS about what types of activities the network should support next. One idea we've been ruminating on for a while is creating a volume of crowdsourced blogs on the impact social media are having on social science…Continue
Started by NSMNSS Jun 21.
New Social Media, New Social Science… and New Ethical Issues!We held a small event on Friday 21st February 2014, our goal was to have a series of focused discussions around the ethical dimensions of social media research and to come up with a series…Continue
Started by Katie Metzler Mar 4.
Hi all,Just a reminder that the network will be presenting at Monday's SRA conference on social media methods http://the-sra.org.uk/events/. The keynote is the fabulous Farida Vis, forthcoming SAGE author…Continue
Started by Katie Metzler Jun 21, 2013.
Slides from our end of year event this session was presented by Jonathan Breckon and Jason Leavey -…Continue
Started by Kandy Woodfield Apr 30, 2013.
Ethics has been a persistent theme of our network discussion here you can see Janet's talk,Janet Salmons Ethical issues in social media research & access a useful handout:…Continue
Started by Kandy Woodfield Apr 23, 2013.
New Social Media, New Social Science? Blurring the Boundaries: One Year On16th April 2013 at the Royal Statistical SocietyLast year, SAGE, the National Centre for Social Research and the Oxford Internet Institute set up a network for social media…Continue
Started by Katie Metzler Apr 2, 2013.
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