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Instagrammatics and digital methods: Studying visual social media, from selfies and GIFs to memes and emoji
by Tim Highfield (Digital Media Research Centre, Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, Australia) and Tama Leaver (Department of Internet Studies, Curtin University, Perth, Australia)
SAGE Research Methods
Some features, such as the Method Map, are freely available
Exposing the Invisible - The Kit
The Kit is a collaborative, self-learning resource that makes investigative techniques and tools used by experienced investigators more accessible to people and communities who feel motivated to start their own investigations, collect and verify information, build evidence and create a better understanding of issues without losing sight of ethical or safety considerations.
Critical Algorithm Studies: a Reading List by the Social Media Collective
This list is an attempt to collect and categorize a growing critical literature on algorithms as social concerns. The work included spans sociology, anthropology, science and technology studies, geography, communication, media studies, and legal studies, among others.
Critical Disinformation Studies
A syllabus on disinformation by the Center for Information, Technology, and Public Life
Big Data/Curation Tools/Digital Journalism Tools
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