Understanding Research in the Digital Ageby Sarah Quinton and Nina Reynolds SAGE Publications Ltd
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Challenging traditional understanding of doing research in order to foster cutting edge digital research.
Section 1: A Justification & Reconceptualization of Digital Research
Chapter 1: Digital Research as a Phenomenon and a Method
Chapter 2: The Changing Research Landscape
Section 2: Accessing Digital Data
Chapter 3: Characteristics of Digital Data
Chapter 4: Temporality in Digital Research
Chapter 5: Data Sources for Digital Research
Section 3: Moving Forward with Digital Research
Chapter 7: The Practicalities of Doing Digital Research
Chapter 8: Conclusion, The Bigger Picture
If you use digital data, you should read this book! A valuable guide to the big issues, challenges, and opportunities of social science in the digital age, this book emphasizes ethics, expectations, and expertise --and solid critical thinking. I plan to make good use of it in my teaching.
Nina Reynolds is a Professor of Marketing at the Faculty of Business and the Marketing Discipline Leader in the School of Management, Operations and Marketing, University of Wollongong, Australia.