Summer School 2015 Reader

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Table of Contents

Digital Methods

Borra, Erik, and Bernhard Rieder. "Programmed Method. Developing a Toolset for Capturing and Analyzing Tweets," Aslib Journal of Information Management, 66.3 (2014): 262 - 278.

Gerlitz, Carolin, and Bernhard Rieder. " Mining One Percent of Twitter: Collections, Baselines, Sampling," M/C Journal, 16.2, (2013) http://journal.media-culture.org.au/index.php/mcjournal/article/view/620

Rieder, Bernhard. "Studying Facebook via Data Extraction: The Netvizz Application," Proceedings of ACM Web Science. ACM, 2013. http://rieder.polsys.net/files/rieder_websci.pdf

Rogers, Richard. “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, https://mappingiranonline.digitalmethods.net/

Post-Snowden Media Empiricism and Secondary Social Media

Bauman, Zygmunt, et al. “After Snowden: Rethinking the Impact of Surveillance,” International Political Sociology 8.2 (2014): 121–144.

Cramer, Florian. “What is ‘Post-Digital’?” APRJA 3.1 (2014).

Gehl, Robert W. "What’s on your mind? Social Media Monopolies and Noopower." First Monday, 18.3 (2013).

Howe, Daniel C. "Surveillance Countermeasures: Expressive Privacy via Obfuscation," APRJA 4.1 (2015).

Humphreys, Lee, Phillipa Gill and Balachander Krishnamurthy. “Twitter: a content analysis of personal information,” Information, Communication & Society. 17.7 (2014):843-857.

Langlois, Ganaele, and Greg Elmer. “The Research Politics of Social Media Platforms,” Culture Machine, 14 (2013).

Lovink, Geert. “Hermes on the Hudson: Notes on Media Theory after Snowden,” E-flux Journal, 54 ((2014).

Lyon, David. “Surveillance, Snowden, and Big Data: Capacities, Consequences, Critique,” Big Data & Society 1.2 (2014).

Matviyenko, Svitlana. Liquid Categories for Augmented Revolutions, The Exceptional and the Everyday: 144 hours in Kiev. (2014).

Rubinstein, Ira, and Joris van Hoboken. “Privacy and Security in the Cloud: Some Realism About Technical Solutions to Transnational Surveillance in the Post-Snowden Era,” New York University Public Law and Legal Theory Working Papers, 9 (2014).

Shifman, Limor. “An anatomy of a YouTube meme,” New Media & Society 14.2 ((2011): 187–203.

Tufekci, Zeynep. "Engineering the public: Big data, Surveillance and Computational politics." First Monday 19.7 (2014).

Van der Velden, Lonneke. “The Third Party Diary: Tracking the trackers on Dutch Governmental Websites." NECSUS: European Journal of Media Studies (2014).

See also:

Noortje Marres interviews Richard Rogers concerning his Digital Methods Book (MIT Press, 2013) for the Big Data & Society journal launch, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lzNMjD4omiU

Topic revision: r4 - 05 Jun 2015, SaskiaKok
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