A workshop in collaboration with the School of Sociology and the School of Politics and International Relations, and the Interpretation, Method, Critique Research Cluster, The Australian National University.
This workshop aims to explore the intersection between interpretivist/critical methods and digital information and communication technologies.
- Interpretivist Methods in the Digital Age: Intersecting disciplinary boundaries. April R. Biccum, ANU School of Politics and International Relations
- "Tear Down This Wall": Using Text Analysis Software for an Interpretive Analysis of Large Text Corpora. Falk Ostermann, Justus Liebig University Giessen, Department of Political Science
- Online Forums as Gift Economies: An Interpretivist Critique of the Notion of Health Information. Baptiste Brossard, ANU School of Sociology
- Regulating the Expression of Experience: The Rise of Patient Advocacy Organisations in the Field of Digital Peer Support Spaces. Ben Hemmings, ANU School of Sociology
- Application in the Pacific context. Amanda H A Watson, ANU Department of Pacific Affairs
- Intersecting Matters: Studying Concurrent events on Social Media. Jenny L. Davis, ANU School of sociology
- Working at the intersection of critical approaches and computational methods. Robert Ackland, Karl Gwynn, ANU School of Sociology
- Critical Theory and the Interpretation of Demagogic Psychotechnics. Paul K. Jones, ANU School of Sociology
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