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The Social Life of Methods is an interesting programme of research undertaken by Evelyn Ruppert, Mike Savage and John Law. This is orientated towards what the authors term the ‘methodological complex’: a dominant way of understanding method, tangled up in a particular… Read More ›
In this fascinating talk from the NSMNSS conference last year, Evelyn Ruppert discusses the economies and ecologies of Big Data. Her research flowed from the Social Life of Methods project and led to the establishment of the exciting journal Big Data &… Read More ›
There’s an overview of the project on the CRESC website here.
In this podcast from the BSA Digital Sociology Group’s July 16 seminar Evenlyn Ruppert (Goldsmiths) talks about Digital Sociology.
BSA Presidential Event: The Challenge of Big Data Friday 25 October 2013, 09:30-16:45 British Library Conference Centre, London Speakers include: Evelyn Ruppert (Goldsmiths), Ken Benoit (LSE), Emma Uprichard (University of Warwick), Alan Warde (University of Manchester), Abby Day (Goldsmiths), Emer… Read More ›