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Digital News Resources: An Autoethnographic Study of News Encounters [chapter]

Sally Jo Cunningham, David M. Nichols, Annika Hinze, Judy Bowen
2015 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
We analyze a set of 35 autoethnographies of news encounters, created by students in New Zealand.  ...  We explore the implications for these insights into news behavior for further research to support digital news systems.  ...  Given that this is an opportunistic study, we cannot claim to capture 'typical' behav ior in searching / browsing / encountering news.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-24592-8_7 fatcat:ixirgmtzfvhyxinqqhejdw3wmi

"The Embodiment of Pure Thought"? Digital Fabrication, Disability, and New Possibilities for Auto|Biography

Ursula Hurley
2018 a/b: Auto/Biography Studies  
Disclosure statement No potential conflict of interest was reported by the author. ORCID Ursula Hurley http://orcid.org/0000-0002-8275-7677  ...  Acknowledgments Thanks to the Arts and Humanities Research Council; my co-investigators, Philip Connolly at Disability Rights UK and Nick Taylor at the University of Dundee; our facilitators, Philip Davenport  ...  Introna's description of wonder when an archaeologist encounters a newly revealed artifact.  ... 
doi:10.1080/08989575.2018.1445509 fatcat:sql26m6d2rezzirkkba4xhyf2q

Editorial for the TPDL 2015 special issue

Sarantos Kapidakis, Cezary Mazurek, Marcin Werla
2016 International Journal on Digital Libraries  
Encounters with news in everyday life: a study of behaviours and attitudes" is an extension of the conference paper "Digital news resources: An autoethnographic study of news encounters" by Sally Jo Cunningham  ...  It analyzed a set of 35 autoethnographies of news encounters, created by students in New Zealand.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s00799-016-0190-6 fatcat:wfz3b5qjpbfhnemf7c7kxw7kpa

COLLABORATING AT MICROSCOPIC AND MASSIVE SCALES: THE CHALLENGE AND VALUE OF COVID ISOLATION FOR CRITICAL INTERNET STUDIES

Andrew Herman, Annette Markham, M.E. Luka, Rebecca Carlson, Danielle Dilkes, Fiona Stirling, Riccardo Pronzato, Devina Sarwatay
2021 Selected Papers of Internet Research, SPIR  
an independent life of its own, beyond studying COVID to generating multiple communities of future digital research practice.  ...  This "Massive/Micro" project simultaneously used and studied the angst and novelty of isolation during a pandemic, activating researchers, activists, and artists to explore the massive yet microscopic  ...  Paper 4 circles back to the critical and ethical value of the project overall by focusing initially on the MMS videos, then moving towards a manifesto for large scale collaborations.  ... 
doi:10.5210/spir.v2021i0.12116 fatcat:jiaxvulcnbehhptckvwr7x2xze

AUTOETHNOGRAPHY AND THE STUDY OF ACADEMIC LITERACIES: EXPLORING SPACE, TEAM RESEARCH AND MENTORING

Pamela Olmos-López, Karin Tusting
2020 Trabalhos em Lingüística Aplicada  
The paper aims to argue for the value of autoethnography as an approach to studying academic literacy practices, particularly in providing insight into identity and personal experience.  ...  Autoethnography is the study of culture through the study of self (ELLIS, 2004; ELLIS et al, 2011). In this paper, we explore the value of autoethnography in the study of academic literacies.  ...  In studies like these, autoethnography provides a way to explore the practices and implications of new digital spaces of writing in academia, addressing both the new possibilities they afford for academic  ... 
doi:10.1590/010318136565715912020 fatcat:fvnzymjbqbfunkg57nonbkghkq

On the complexities of studying sensitive communities online as a researcher–participant

Ylva Hård af Segerstad
2021 Journal of Information, Communication and Ethics in Society  
Design/methodology/approach This is an explorative study, drawing on an (auto)ethnographic case study.  ...  Originality/value The challenges encountered in this case study contribute to the experientially grounded approach to research ethics emphasized in AoIR's ethics guidelines.  ...  As Ess notes, "digital media often present us with strikingly new sorts of interactions" and that it is "not always clear whether -and, if so, then how -ethical guidelines and approaches already in place  ... 
doi:10.1108/jices-01-2021-0011 fatcat:l2xhuhlofjfvlauu4bwudrms6i

From an experimental paper to a playful screen: How the essence of materiality modulates the process of creation

Sara Sintonen
2020 British Journal of Educational Technology  
an ongoing reconfiguration of the world."  ...  As Karen Barad (2007, p. 170) formulated: "Matter's dynamism is generative not merely in the sense of bringing new things into the world but in the sense of bringing forth of new worlds, of engaging in  ...  A researcher's autoethnographic orientation from an experimental paper to a playful screen An autoethnographic, performative narration is an option for a researcher cogitating embodied practices between  ... 
doi:10.1111/bjet.12906 fatcat:ufr6jjz3tnahjp4ddvysu5jebu

Affect Theory and Autoethnography in ordinary Information Systems

Mads Bødker, Alan Chamberlain
2016 European Conference on Information Systems  
Inspired by the challenges to IS reflected in Yoo's notion of Experiential Computing, the paper contributes with examples of how everyday attentiveness to the senses can unveil new forms of embodiment  ...  This paper uses philosophical theories of affect as a lens for exploring autoethnographic renderings of everyday experience with information technology.  ...  Chamberlain's input into this research was supported through the following EPSRC projects: Living with Digital Ubiquity (EP/M000877/1).  ... 
dblp:conf/ecis/BodkerC16 fatcat:cwyhnlfrdrhn7buzzbwhiwloeu

Adolescents' Digital Literacies in Flux: Intersections of Voice, Empowerment, and Practices

Sandra Schamroth Abrams, Mary Beth Schaefer, Daniel Ness
2019 Journal of Media Literacy Education  
This article features a collaborative autoethnographic examination of three adolescent-researchers' digital literacies.  ...  Overall, the voices of the adolescent-researchers offer ongoing authenticity to discussions of their practices, creating continued opportunities to rethink the implications and applications of digital  ...  example of the transparency and collaboration inherent in such a collaborative autoethnographic, critical dialectical pluralist study.  ... 
doi:10.23860/jmle-2019-11-2-5 fatcat:my2cmvifjnb5fms6v73pslho24

The Journal Project and the I in Qualitative Research: Three Theoretical Lenses on Subjectivity and Self

Judith Davidson
2015 The Qualitative Report  
From the beginnings of qualitative research in the late 19th century to today, researchers have struggled to make sense of the notion of self or subjectivity; in other words, the I in the research.  ...  How is their notion of self present during research? How is research a site for contested notions of self? Who is the I in qualitative research?  ...  My problem was that in my shameless study of self, I didn't have an I.  ... 
doi:10.46743/2160-3715/2012.1744 fatcat:a73pigwqhzdq7fc6lg4hmkeexm

The Epistemological and Ethical Value of Autophotography for Mobilities Research in Transcultural Contexts

David Butz, Nancy Cook
2018 Studies in Social Justice  
This article responds to calls from mobilities scholars for methodological innovation and reflexivity by (a) detailing our use of autophotography in a study of the everyday implications of a newly-constructed  ...  The article concludes by exemplifying how research subjects used the road and its associated mobilities as discursive resources for the constitution of collective identity: to position their community  ...  The paper has benefitted from the thoughtful suggestions of two anonymous reviewers and of special issue editors Andrea Doucet and Jennifer Rowsell, for which we are appreciative.  ... 
doi:10.26522/ssj.v11i2.1629 fatcat:rnnukgvgcvdwhir7lmiemd2d5q

Advocating for Platform Data Access: Challenges and Opportunities for Academics Seeking Policy Change

Katharine Dommett, Rebekah Tromble
2022 Politics and Governance  
Adopting an autoethnographic approach, we draw on our personal experiences working with policymakers and digital platforms to offer advice for academics seeking to shape debates and advocate for change  ...  Independent researchers' access to digital platform data is critical for our understanding of the online world; yet recent reflections have shown that data are not always readily available (Asbjørn Møller  ...  Acknowledgments We would like to thank the organizers and participants of the workshop on "Analyzing Citizen Engagement with European Politics through Social Media" for their invaluable feedback on the  ... 
doi:10.17645/pag.v10i1.4713 fatcat:xsgydgvkm5bzxf6drde2utguc4

Overcoming institutionalised barriers to digital health systems: an autoethnographic case study of the judicialization of a digital health tool

Dudzai Mureyi
2022 BMC Medical Informatics and Decision Making  
Methods I applied Institutional theory concepts to an autoethnographic case study of efforts to introduce a digital tool to provide citizens with medicines information.  ...  This study reflects on ways actors may surmount institutionalised barriers to the uptake of digital tools in health systems.  ...  Documents presented several advantages [36] as data sources for an autoethnographic case study. I obtained them through inobtrusive methods.  ... 
doi:10.1186/s12911-022-01769-x pmid:35101019 pmcid:PMC8805250 fatcat:jw6ot2dworf3fmxe2j74pljehy

Identity work by a non-white immigrant business scholar: Autoethnographic vignettes of covering and accenting

Mario Fernando, James Reveley, Mark Learmonth
2019 Human Relations  
Adopting a minoritarian perspective, we apply this framework to an autoethnographic study of a non-white business scholar's identity work.  ...  Adopting a minoritarian perspective, we apply this framework to an autoethnographic study of a non-white business scholar's identity work.  ...  were selected include my early interactions with locals in casual social settings in New Zealand, an encounter as a new migrant at a railway station in Australia, and being misidentified as a Maori (an  ... 
doi:10.1177/0018726719831070 fatcat:2fngksiu7jexxaxlkfjgtvr2aa

From Filtering to Freire: Critical Use of the Internet in Urban Classrooms

Kate E. O'Hara
2014 Journal of Arts and Humanities  
Despite the lack of resources urban schools have in relation to their wealthier counterparts, it is crucial for educators to examine effective use of existing technologies for teaching and learning, in  ...  Drawing from autoethnographic research, this article addresses how the effective use of the Internet in American urban schools can be the means by which both students and teachers engage in critical thinking  ...  An Autoethnographic Study The third floor hallway I am walking down is dim and quiet. It is early morning and the aroma of coffee drifts out of the department offices.  ... 
doaj:8b17ff8bf69248a788692c49f836c41a fatcat:lrzhjhicvjcxxdtmkjez6foxxq
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