“Do I need ethics approval forthat?” Social media data andresearch ethicsBlurring the boundaries New social media, new social science?NatCen launch event - 29th May 2012 (RIBA) #NSMNSS Farida Vis @flygirltwo
Fitna, the video battle: how YouTubeenables the young to perform theirreligious and public identities Liesbet van Zoonen (PI) Sabina Mihelj (Co-I) Farida Vis (RA) Mike Thelwall (honorary member) May 2009 – May 2010 Project site: http://bit.ly/Fitnaresearch
In the presentation of our results, we have anonymizedthe channel names. Although YouTube videos can beconsidered semi-public data, the kind of networkanalysis presented here presents combinations andrelations that posters may not have wished to be easilyand publicly available. A fully annotated version of ouranalyses is available on request (6).From Van Zoonen, L., Vis, F., and Mihelj, S., (2011), ‘YouTube interactionsbetween agonism, antagonism and dialogue: Video responses to the anti-Islam filmFitna’, New Media & Society, 13(8): 1284-1300. (emphasis mine)
Paul LewisREADING Jonathan Richards Alastair Dant Katie LowethTHE RIOTS Marta Cantijoch Yana Manyukhina Mike Thelwall Steven GrayON TWITTER Rachel Gibson Andy Hudson Smith Rob Procter (University of Manchester) Farida Vis (University of Leicester)Alexander Voss (University of St Andrews) [Funded by JISC]
Role of Rumours http://www.guardian.co.uk/uk/series/reading-the-riots
Twitter data as sunflower seeds‘Twitter brings you closer’: seeing the little data in the Big Data up closehttp://futureeverything.org/research/publications/futureeverybody/ #littledata
Ethics of different stakeholders Conflicts of interests? Access to data and data sharingWhat are the roles and responsibilities of the research community? How do social media users perceive these issues?
Farida Vis @flygirltwo http://researchingsocialmedia.org/http://thesocialmediasurgery.wordpress.com/