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Digital Sociology: Definitions,
Developments and Directions
Deborah Lupton
News & Media Research Centre, Faculty of Arts &...
@DALupton
Varieties of doing digital sociology
• Using digital tools/media for research or
engagement
• Researching how other people...
Directions
• Inventive methods/live sociology
• ‘Lively data’ and algorithmic authority
• Data politics, data practices, d...
More directions
• How ‘smart objects’ interact with each other
(human as nodes in the Internet of Things)
• Veillance and ...
lively
data
emotion
aesthetics
lively capital
data
subjects/doubles
flow & circulation
multiple
uses/repurposing
Live/ly sociology
Live/ly
sociology
lively data
inventive
methods
hacker/punk
sensibility
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Digital sociology lupton

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Paper delivered at the Digital Sociology mini-conference, Eastern Sociological Association, New York City, 27 February

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Digital sociology lupton

  1. 1. Digital Sociology: Definitions, Developments and Directions Deborah Lupton News & Media Research Centre, Faculty of Arts & Design, University of Canberra @DALupton
  2. 2. @DALupton
  3. 3. Varieties of doing digital sociology • Using digital tools/media for research or engagement • Researching how other people use digital tools/media • Harvesting digital data for analysis • Reflexive/critical analyses
  4. 4. Directions • Inventive methods/live sociology • ‘Lively data’ and algorithmic authority • Data politics, data practices, data circulations and data materialisations
  5. 5. More directions • How ‘smart objects’ interact with each other (human as nodes in the Internet of Things) • Veillance and surveillance: how these operate, political implications, implications for selfhood and social relations
  6. 6. lively data emotion aesthetics lively capital data subjects/doubles flow & circulation multiple uses/repurposing
  7. 7. Live/ly sociology Live/ly sociology lively data inventive methods hacker/punk sensibility

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