Knowledge Exchange Seminar | Qualitative Research and Social Media | 20 Nov

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    Katie Metzler



    We are delighted to announce the third Knowledge Exchange Seminar of the New Social Media, New Social Science (NSMNSS) network is fast approaching.


    The ‘Qualitative Research and Social Media’ seminar will bring together specialist speakers to discuss a range of topics, including opportunities and challenges of ‘Deep Data’, understanding behaviors and networks through the lens of netnography, and the changing role of the qualitative researcher online. Please find attached a detailed programme.


    When? Tuesday, 20 November. Arrival and lunch from 12:30, sessions from 13:00-16:30.

    Where? Natcen Social Research, 35 Northampton Square, London, EC1V 0AX

    For a map to the venue, please visit the Natcen website.


    R.S.V.P. Please contact Kelsey Beninger on to confirm your attendance by Wednesday, 14 November. Please include in your email whether you require any special considerations to attend the event.


    First-come, first-served. We have very limited spaces for this event so places will be allocated on a first-come first-served basis and preference will be given to participants willing to contribute a case study or example from their own experience to one of the sessions, and in a video.


    Tell us about your experiences by providing a descriptive case study– a short 2-3 minute description of your experience using qualitative methods in social media research. Please identify which of the suggested themes in the programme you think your example would fit under and we will ask you to share this during the relevant session, and in a video clip after the session.


    Visit MethodSpace or the NSMNSS Blog to read the latest discussions on social media in the social sciences, and to view past videos capturing case studies for inspiration on preparing your own descriptive case study.


    We look forward to seeing you on 20 November!


    Best wishes,

    the NSMNSS network team

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