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Jonathan Gray’s #AoIR2016 Presentation: Reshaping Data Worlds for AoIR 2016

Reshaping Data Worlds for AoIR 2016 By jwyg | Originally Published: October 5, 2016 The following is a short video on Reshaping Data Worlds prepared for the 17th annual meeting of the Association of Internet Researchers – AoIR 2016 on

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#AoIR2017 Keynote Speakers ~ We have 2 this year!!

We are doubly thrilled to announce the two keynote speakers at #AoIR2017 in Tartu Estonia. Keynote #1: Andrew Chadwick Andrew Chadwick (PhD, London School of Economics) is Professor of Political Science in the Department of Politics and International Relations at

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Submissions for #AoIR2017 Open

We are pleased to open submissions for proposals for #AoIR2017: Networked Publics to be held in Tartu, Estonia, 18 – 21 October, 2017. To re-familiarize yourself with the call for proposals and types of submissions solicited, please see here. When

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#AoIR2016 – Your First AoIR Conference?

#AoIR2016 had 535 full conference attendees from 30 countries. This included 331 first time attendees! Each year AoIR welcomes many new researchers. Take a peek at the CFP for #AoIR2017.  Will we meet you this October?

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Facebook’s accidental ‘death’ of users reminds us to plan for digital death

Facebook’s accidental ‘death’ of users reminds us to plan for digital death (republished with permission from The Conversation.) Tama Leaver, Curtin University The accidental “death” of Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg and millions of other Facebook users is a timely reminder

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AoIR’s YouTube Channel and Travel Scholarships

We are happy to announce the newest AoIR social media platform – YouTube! Subscribe to our YouTube channel get first access to our videos.   As we approach the holiday season, a time of great generosity, we want to show

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Three ways Facebook could reduce fake news without resorting to censorship

Three ways Facebook could reduce fake news without resorting to censorship (republished with permission from The Conversation.) Jennifer Stromer-Galley, Syracuse University The public gets a lot of its news and information from Facebook. Some of it is fake. That presents

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Trump and why emotion triumphs over fact when everyone is the media

Trump and why emotion triumphs over fact when everyone is the media (republished with permission from The Conversation) Alfred Hermida, University of British Columbia The playwright Arthur Miller mused in 1961: “A good newspaper, I suppose, is a nation talking

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Travel Scholarship Recipient – Suwana

Each year, through the generous donations of AoIR conference attendees, we are able to fund several travel scholarships for junior scholars to attend the conference. We want to recognize our scholarship recipients and share with you a little bit about

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Travel Scholarship Recipient – Pruchniewska

Each year, through the generous donations of AoIR conference attendees, we are able to fund several travel scholarships for junior scholars to attend the conference. We want to recognize our scholarship recipients and share with you a little bit about

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