[Air-L] Software/Platform/Architecture studies methodologies?
but.no.cigar at gmail.com
Wed Sep 13 14:57:09 PDT 2017
Hi Tracey and folks,
I'd take a look at Mary Gray and Siddharth Suri's work on crowd labor:
http://www.inthecrowd.org/publications/ They did a mix of ethnography and
big data analysis, so their methodology is very cool. If you're interested
in going the ethnography route, I'm writing my dissertation on crafting
platforms (Etsy & Ravelry) and the folks who work on them into a book at
the moment and would be happy to chat.
On Wed, Sep 13, 2017 at 3:52 PM, Tracey P. Lauriault <tlauriau at gmail.com>
> Greetings all;
> I am looking for research methodologies to study things like data flow
> lines, systems, platforms, following data trails, IoT and data, etc.
> Things like:
> - Applied theory
> - Walkthrough methods
> - Ethnographic (of systems/orgs/platforms but not of social media)
> - and etc.
> We have lots of great theory, but hard to find some research methods. Any
> intel would be most helpful.
> At the moment it is about looking at utility and transportation grids and
> meters and sensors in a smart city context. But it could also be something
> similar in a precision agriculture context.
> *Tracey P. Lauriault*
> Assistant Professor
> Critical Media Studies and Big Data
> Communication Studies
> School of Journalism and Communication
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> Carleton University
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> Tracey.Lauriault at Carleton.ca
> Skype: Tracey.P.Lauriault
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