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[liberationtech] Mixed methods Internet research

Yosem Companys companys at stanford.edu
Wed Mar 6 07:14:46 PST 2013


From: Christine Hine <christine.hine at btinternet.com>

I'm currently writing a review article on mixed methods Internet research,
and I'd really appreciate suggestions I might have overlooked of examples
where researchers combine qualitative and quantitative methods, or
large-scale and small-scale research designs in understanding Internet
phenomenon. I'm looking, for example, for instances where researchers
combine analysis of log file data, or twitter traffic etc with an in-depth
ethnographic or interview-based study. I'm also interested in mixed mode
studies, which combine online and offline research or use both born-digital
data and studies rooted in offline settings to answer a single research
question. Any suggestions gratefully received - I'm happy to take replies
offlist and then share the outcomes with the list.

Best wishes,

Christine
Christine Hine
Department of Sociology
University of Surrey
Guildford, Surrey, GU2 7NX, UK
c.hine at surrey.ac.uk
<https://email.surrey.ac.uk/owa/redir.aspx?C=ef59d54d448441028a5438f2cc7ca03
8&URL=mailto%3ac.hine%40surrey.ac.uk>
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