Month: April 2017

Digital qualitative methods in social research – Call for Papers- Proposed special issue of IJSRM

This Is Not a Sociology Blog

 We are seeking to propose a special issue for the International Journal of Social Research Methodology (http://www.tandf.co.uk/journals/tf/13645579.html )- an interdisciplinary journal dedicated to exploring methodological developments in international contexts. The proposed special issue Digital qualitative methods in social research seeks to explore how qualitative research is being undertaken in, on and with the digital.

Whilst there has been a growing awareness and literature of the ethical parameters around doing research online (c.f. (Eysenbach & Till, 2001; Rodham & Gavin, 2006) and of the means for conducting particular types of online work, such as ‘netnography’ (Kozinets, 2002; Langer & Beckman, 2005) or online surveys (Sue & Ritter, 2011; Evans & Mathur, 2005) qualitative digital methods as a whole remains an area which is expanding, growing and evolving alongside the technologies and platforms with which it engages. Those engaging in digital work are often navigating new paths, utilising reflexive practice…

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