The Social Research Association is holding the third Social Media in Social Research Conference on Monday June 24 in central London.
Following the success of the first two events, we would like to receive papers and presentations on this subject which will be showcased at this year’s event. These can be from the academic research, practice policy and client communities and cover aspects of social research in social media, including case studies, lessons from practice, ethical and methodological issues, and integrating social media as part of a broader research methodology on a project.
Submissions should be made to the SRA office, firstname.lastname@example.org, by end April 2013. Authors of selected papers will be invited to present at the conference. In the spirit of new media, we are being loose in our interpretation of the term ‘paper’. In written form we expect the length of the paper to be somewhere between 1,500 and 4,000 words. In presentation form, we expect the content to be sufficient for a 20-30 minute presentation, followed by questions.
Categories: Higher Education