Nordicom Review 40 (Special Issue 1) 2019. Making sense of small and big data as onlife traces

Publicerad: 
26 jun 2019
ISSN: 
1403-1108
Sidantal: 
194
150,00 kr

Innehåll

Anja Bechmann
Kjetil Sandvik
Karin Zelano

Making Sense of Small and Big Data as Onlife Traces

DOI: 
10.2478/nor-2019-0010
Axel Bruns
Brenda Moon

One Day in the Life of a National Twittersphere

DOI: 
10.2478/nor-2019-0011
Anja Bechmann

Inequality in Posting Behaviour Over Time. A study of Danish Facebook users

DOI: 
10.2478/nor-2019-0012
Andrea Rosales
Mireia Fernández-Ardèvol

Structural Ageism in Big Data Approaches

DOI: 
10.2478/nor-2019-0013
Dag Elgesem

The Meaning of Links. On the interpretation of hyperlinks in the study of polarization in blogging about climate change

DOI: 
10.2478/nor-2019-0014
Sara Leckner
Pernilla Severson

Exploring the Meaning Problem of Big and Small Data Through Digital Method Triangulation

DOI: 
10.2478/nor-2019-0015
Kristian Møller
Brady Robards

Walking Through, Going Along and Scrolling Back. Ephemeral mobilities in digital ethnography

DOI: 
10.2478/nor-2019-0016
Amanda Karlsson

A Room of One’s Own? Using period trackers to escape menstrual stigma

DOI: 
10.2478/nor-2019-0017
Minna Saariketo

Encounters with Self-Monitoring Data on ICT Use

DOI: 
10.2478/nor-2019-0018
Signe Sophus Lai
Jesper Pagh
Fiona Huijie Zeng

Tracing Communicative Patterns. A comparative ethnography across platforms, media and contexts

DOI: 
10.2478/nor-2019-0019
Anders Kristian Munk

Four Styles of Quali-Quantitative Analysis. Making sense of the new Nordic food movement on the web

DOI: 
10.2478/nor-2019-0020
Ragnhild Eg
Arne Krumsvik

Personality Filters for Online News Interest and Engagement

DOI: 
10.2478/nor-2019-0021