Literature: Training Certificate Program

Latourian Sociology and Digital Methods

B. Latour (2005). Reassembling the Social: An Introduction to Actor-Network-Theory. Oxford: Oxford University Press. (excerpt)
T. Venturini (2010). "Diving in Magma: How to explore controversies with actor-network theory." Public Understanding of Science. 19(3): 258-273.
T. Venturini (2010). "Building on Faults: How to Represent Controversies with Digital Methods." unpublished manuscript.
S. Whatmore (2009). "Mapping knowledge controversies: Science, democracy and the redistribution of expertise," Progress in Human Geography. 33(5): 587–598.

Cultural and Social Data on the Web

C. Borgman (2009). “The Digital Future is Now: A Call to Action for the Humanities.” Digital Humanities Quarterly. 3(4).
J. Ginsberg (2009). "Detecting influenza epidemics using search engine query data," Nature. 457(7232): 1012-1014.
D. Lazer et al. (2009). “Computational Social Science,” Science. 323(5915): 721-723.
M. Thelwall, L. Vaughan and L. Björneborn (2005). "Webometrics," in B. Cronin (ed.), Annual Review of Information Science and Technology, 39, Medford, NJ: Information today, 81-135.

Query Design (and when words are keywords)

R. Entman (1991). "Framing U.S. Coverage of International News: Contrasts in Narratives of KAL and Iran Air Incidents." Journal of Communication 41(4): 6-27.
N. Marres (2009). "Sustainable Homes."
R. Rogers (2004). Information Politics on the Web. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press. (excerpt)
R. Rogers and A. Ben-David (2010). "Coming to terms: a conflict analysis of the usage, in official and unofficial sources, of ‘security fence’,‘apartheid wall’, and other terms for the structure between Israel and the Palestinian territories." Media, War & Conflict. 3(2): 1-28.
Topic revision: r2 - 29 Oct 2012, ErikBorra
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