[Air-L] Reflections on Research Methods for Media and Communication Scholars, Monday 12-1:30 online

Fernanda Rosa feferosa at gmail.com
Thu Mar 30 08:05:51 PDT 2023

 Hi all,
This IAMC event may be of interest.

Dr. Fernanda R. Rosa (she/her/hers)
Assistant Professor
Science, Technology, and Society
Virginia Tech
frrosa at vt.edu

*Virginia Tech acknowledges that we live and work on the Tutelo/Monacan
People’s homeland and we recognize their continued relationships with their
lands and waterways.*

Recent Publications:
On code ethnography:
*** *Qualitative Sociology
<https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s11133-022-09517-3>* ***
On internet, inequalities and decoloniality:
*** *Information, Communication & Society
<https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/1369118X.2022.2085614>* ***
*** *Policy & Internet <https://doi.org/10.1002/poi3.278> ****

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From: Janet Abbate <abbate at vt.edu>
Date: Thu, Mar 30, 2023 at 9:50 AM
Subject: [sts-g] Reflections on Research Methods for Media and
Communication Scholars, Monday 12-1:30 online
To: sts-g at vt.edu <sts-g at vt.edu>
Cc: Janet Abbate <abbate at vt.edu>

May be of particular interest to students in my Internet class.

*Reflections on Research Methods for Media and Communication Scholars*,
Monday 12-1:30 online

Monday, April 3 · 12 - 1:30pm EDT

Register to get zoom link:

The Emerging Scholars Network (ESN) at the International Association for
Media and Communication Research is pleased to announce a professional
development workshop focused on research methods to be hosted online April
3, 2023 at 12EST/18CET. The event will run for 90 minutes and include
presentations from our guest speakers sharing reflections on their own
experiences of applying methods to their research projects, as well as time
for discussion and questions from the audience. This workshop is the latest
in the ESN’s professional development series, which aims to share knowledge
with emerging scholars globally and address existing inequities in access
to professionalization resources by sharing knowledge from established
scholars in accessible formats.

*Our speakers are:*

Manuel Puppis, University of Fribourg – Switzerland. His research interests
include media policy, media regulation and media governance, media systems
in a comparative perspective, political communication and organization

Marisa von Bülow, University of Brasília – Brazil. Her research is
principally interested in transnationalism, new technologies and their
impacts on collective action, social movements and state-society relations.

Fernanda Rosa, Virginia Tech – United States. Her research interests
include code ethnography, transdisciplinarity, science and technology
studies, decolonial and feminist studies.

Dr. Janet Abbate
Professor, Science, Technology and Society
Virginia Tech
Co-director, VT National Capital Region STS program
Author, *Inventing the Internet* and *Recoding Gender*

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