Look! The “subaltern” is using shiny things….how “evidence” skews investigation

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acquistare voltaren A  post header inspired by a few recent conversations:

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  • Big Data, Small data, Canned Data, Repeated data, Commodified Voice and  Researcher Responsibility
  • Look! The “subaltern” is using shiny things….how “evidence” skews investigation (or what counts as “evidence” for what – a question I’ve often repeated).

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comrar venta diflucan 10 ways to grow your practice in the new age of marketing Random links – not necessary what I agree with or fight against or related to what I might have posted in this blog post that isn’t:

  1. http://courses.ischool.berkeley.edu/i203/s13/?p=212
  2. http://culturehive.co.uk/resources/big-data-what-it-means-for-qualitative-researchers
  3. http://ethnographymatters.net/blog/2013/05/13/big-data-needs-thick-data/
  4. http://www.qualitative-research.net/index.php/fqs/article/view/1949
  5. https://www.academia.edu/7586221/Big_Data_Qualitative_approaches_to_digital_research._2014._Emerald_Press._Pp._250
  6. http://journalistsresource.org/studies/economics/business/what-big-data-research-roundup
  7. http://cyberdiva.org/blog/re-reading-residual-and-emergent-williams/journey-to-rajavolu-interspersed-with-memories-of-the-trip-to-rajamundry-maybe/dastkar/re-reading-alcoff-and-potter-and-other-feminists-on-voice/continuing-discussions-inmedia-res-can-the-subaltern-speak-online/no-i-wont-give-you-his-voice/
  8. http://www.newcriticals.com [somewhere on the site later this week there are related questions I pose].

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