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Summer School 2014 Reader

The reader is available for download here.

Table of Contents

E. Borra and B. Rieder, "Programmed Method. Developing a Toolset for Capturing and Analyzing Tweets," Aslib Journal of Information Management, 66(3), 2014, 262 - 278.

J.W. Crampton, M. Graham et al. “Beyond the geotag: situating ‘big data’ and leveraging the potential of the geoweb,” Cartography and Geographic Information Science, 40(2), 2013, 130-139.

J. Frith, “Communicating Through Location: The Understood Meaning of the Foursquare Check-In,” Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication, 2014, DOI: 10.1111/jcc4.12087. < >

C. Gerlitz and B. Rieder, " Mining One Percent of Twitter: Collections, Baselines, Sampling," M/C Journal, Vol. 16(2), May 2013. < >

L. Humphreys and T. Liao, “Foursquare and the parochialization of public space,” First Monday, 18(11), November 2013. < >

B. Rieder, "Studying Facebook via Data Extraction: The Netvizz Application," Proceedings of ACM Web Science 2013, 2013. < >

R. Rogers, “Search as Research: Source Distance and Cross-Spherical Analysis,” Digital Methods, Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 2013, 95-123.

R. Rogers, E. Weltevrede, S. Niederer and E.K. Borra, “National Web Studies: Mapping Iran Online," Iran Media Program, Annenberg School for Communication, University of Pennsylvania, February 2012. < >

R. Schwartz and G.R. Halegoua, “The spatial self: Location-based identity performance on social media,” New Media & Society, 2014, DOI: 10.1177/1461444814531364. < >

T. Thielmann, “Locative Media and Mediated Localities: An introduction to Media Geography,” Aether, Vol V.A, 1-17, March 2010. < >

S. Tosoni and M. Tarantino, “Space, translations and media,” First Monday, 18(11), 4 November 2013. < >

R. Wilken, ”Twitter and Geographical Location,” Katrin Weller, Axel Bruns, Jean Burgess, Merja Mahrt and Cornelius Puschmann (eds.), Twitter & Society, New York: Peter Lang, 2014, 155-167.

1) Download and install Gephi. Follow the tutorial, Facebook Data Analysis with Netvizz - Introduction and Overview, <>

2) Install Toolbar for the Lippmannian Device, <>

3) Familiarize oneself with doing research with Google, <>

4) Noortje Marres interviews Richard Rogers concerning his Digital Methods Book (MIT Press, 2013) for the Big Data & Society journal launch, <>

-- SabineNiederer - 13 Jun 2014
Topic revision: r1 - 13 Jun 2014, SabineNiederer
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