Tag: digital sociology

  • Digital Sociologist #1: @ProfSteveFuller from @SocioWarwick

    In the first of this series for the BSA Digital Sociology group, Steve Fuller (Auguste Comte Chair in Social Epistemology at the University of Warwick) talks about his experience of using Twitter. If you have ideas of how profile sociologists you’d like to see interviewed about their use of social media, or ideas about questions […]

  • Calling BSA members: we’re trying to start a Digital Sociology study group and we need your support

    Myself and Emma Head at Keele are proposing a digital sociology study group for the BSA. For it to be approved we need 15 statements of support from current BSA members. If you fall into this category and think the group is a good idea could you send  a quick e-mail (literally one sentence will […]

  • Call for Papers: Digital Methods as Mainstream Methodology Showcase Event

    Friday 7th December 2012, British Library, London We would like to invite PhD students and early career researchers in the field of digital social research to present their work at the latest event by the Digital Methods as Mainstream Methodology network. The seminar series is funded by the National Centre for Research Methods Networks for […]