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Doing social research with social media: the question of participation

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Social media are often characterized in terms of their capacities for engagement, and they are sometimes seen as examplary of a wider shift from ‘audience’ to ‘participation’. In my talk I will discuss some possible implications of the participatory qualities of social media for social research. I advocate a broad understanding of digital participation, which begins with the recognition that, in practice, digital social research usually involves and indeed requires collaboration between diverse constituencies.

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