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NameEmail, we will add you to a mailing list & then remove your email from this listTwitterOrganisation (if applic.)CountryDraft title for your chapterWilling to join editorial support group?Can you help promote the book? Add any useful details, networks you can help promote it throughOther thoughts, suggestions etc.Blog submitted Y/N
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Kandy Woodfield
kandy.woodfield@natcen.ac.uk
@jess1ecatNatCen/NSMNSSFuture Challenges...YesYes, social media, SRA, NatCenY
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Seb Stevens@sebstevens99Plymouth University UKSocial Media: The tools of engagement YesSocial Media, Uni intranet?Y
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Lisa Sugiura@lisa_sugiura
University of Southampton
UK
Traditional ethnographic methods and virtual ethical tensions
YesYes, University website, Web Science website, social media, sociology lens online journal, Y
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Paul Reilly@PaulJReillyUniversity of LeicesterUK
YouTube and the 'Battle of Stokes Croft': Developing an ethical stance towards the study of online comments
Yes
Yes, social media, personal blog, University website, AoIR mailing list, ECREA mailing list
Conference/launch event (with online presence) would be great (if affordable)Y
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Pat Thomson@ThomsonPat
The University of Nottingham
UKBlogging research and writing in progressyes
yes, blog, #acwri chat #ecrchat twitter, IDERN, soc media jisc list The Conversation? Guardian?
virtual launch and chat a good ideaY
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Janet Salmons, PhD@einterview
Capella University School of Business and Vision2Lead
USA
Teaching with Online Interviews: Blurring Boundaries between Classroom and World.
Yes, website, Twitter, Linked In etcLike the virtual conference idea! Interactive events. Also- chance to meet up/match up with potential co-researchers/co-writers. Communitiies of practice?N
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Janet Salmons, PhD@einterview
Capella University School of Business and Vision2Lead
USA
New Social Media, New Social Science… and New Ethical Issues!
Yes, website, Twitter, Linked In etcLike the virtual conference idea! Interactive events. Also- chance to meet up/match up with potential co-researchers/co-writers. Communitiies of practice?Y
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Jenna Condie, Anna Cooper, Sharon Coen
@jennacondieUniversity of SalfordUK
We are all @salfordpsych: The rotation curation approach and Twitter as a learning tool in Higher Education
YesYes - BPS, @UKMediaPsych @ecpsychVirtual conference sounds fab! Y
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Phillip Brooker@Chorus_TeamUniversity of BathUKWe Who WaitYesYes (via Twitter)Y
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Phillip Brooker@Chorus_TeamUniversity of BathUK
Using Digital Data to Respecify the Quant/Qual Divide
YesYes (via Twitter)Y
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Ant Cooper@coopera7
Cranmer Hall at St John's College, Durham University
UK
Gauging the sentiment of London's Church Tweeters
Yes
Yes, via research centre website, research centre Twitter and personal Twitter
Y
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Samuel Burgum@sjburgumUniversity of WarwickUKThe Risks of Web LoggingYesYes (via Twitter/Blog/Academia.edu)Y
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Bethan Jones@memories_childAberystwyth UniversityUK
Aca-fan Research on Fannish Sites: Ethical and Moral Challenges to Using Social Media
Yes
Yes: personal Twitter and Facebook; Fan Studies Network Twitter and Facebook; mailing lists; personal blog
Virtual conference sounds great as does a Twitter chat/Q&A. Depending on publication date we could do something at the Fan Studies Network conference (27-28 September).Y
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Lysbeth Jongbloed@lysbeth2_0
Fryske Akademy / Mercator Research Centre
NL
Social media as a database to examine the use of minority languages
yes
Yes: social media, Mercator Network, other minority language networks
Y
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Yasmin Gunaratnam, Les Back
@YasminGun, @Academicdiary
Goldsmiths College, University of London
UK
Every Minute of Every Day: An experiment in real time ethnography
YesYes, website, Twitter, Dept websitey
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Terry Clague@RoutledgeEditorRoutledgeUKTwitter and Academic PublishingYes
Yes, Twitter for sure, possibly Routledge social media
y
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Claire Evans@bookworm_29
n/a (current independent researcher)
UK
Social notworking: Doubts about using social media for research
YesYes, via various social networkssummarising the blog or key point in 180 characters - could be used for marketing purposes and idea for [online] conference/launch sounds good; N
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Stevie Docherty@sDCTYUniversity of GlasgowUKAgainst 'Social Media'Yes
Yes, social networks, internet research mailing list, departmental PhD blog (potentially)
y
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Mike Thelwall@mikethelwall
University of Wolverhampton
UKStudying science on the social webWebsiteY
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Lorna Richardson@LornaRichardson
UCL Centre for Digital Humanities
UKSocial media and Public ArchaeologyYesYes, social media, websitey
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Mark Carrigan@mark_carriganUniversity of WarwickUK
Social Media and the Coming Crisis of Qualitative Research
Yes Yes, blog, twitter etcGreat idea - hope others repeat it. Y
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Amanda Geary Pate@amandacgeary
University of the West of Scotland
UK
Tweet, Like, Share: Using Social Media for Research
YesYes, Twitter, LinkedInReally interesting concept.Y
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Liam Berriman@liamberrimanUniversity of SussexUK
Sharing and Curating Research Data Using Social Media
YesYes, Twitter, possibly project/network blogsy
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Dave O'Brien@drdaveobrienCity University LondonUK
Send me a proposal' book commissioning, academic dissemination and social media
yes
Yes, various blogs and social media channels. Also via a podcast.
y
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Kelsey Beninger@kbeningerNatCen/NSMNSSUKEthics of social media research: user viewsyesSM, N
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Joe Murphy@joejohnmurphyRTI InternationalUSA
10 Things Survey Researchers Should Know About Twitter
Yes, SurveyPost blog, Twitteragree on the virtual event / chat!Y
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Elena Mozzato@Agora_ResearchAgora ResearchUK
Social media for research: A practical exercise using a social listening platform

Yes, via Twitter, my blog and LinkedInVirtual conference/launch event would give it a great initial pushy
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Amy Aisha Brown@amyaishabThe Open UniversityUK
Ethical considerations in my research: An ongoing challenge
noYes, TwitterAlso agree with the virtual event or possibly a YouTube channel with uploaded video presentations by each of the bloggers?y
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Fadlan Khaerul Anam@fadlan_nakataUniversity of IndonesiaID
Social media and Social Research after Post-postmodernism
yesYes (via Twitter/Facebook/Blog/Academia.edu)Like the virtual conference idea! Interactive events. Also- chance to meet up/match up with potential co-researchers/co-writers. Communitiies of practice?N
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Randall F. Clemens@RandyClemensSt. John's UniversityUSA
Here and there: Using hybrid methods to improve trustworthiness
NoYes (Twitter, Facebook, blog, website)y
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Cyrine Amor
Goldsmiths, University of London
UKNodes of silenceNoYes / social media
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Dhiraj Murthy@dhirajmurthy
Goldsmiths, University of London
UKDislike This: Facebook’s experimental ethicsNoYes (via Twitter/Facebook/Blog/Academia.edu)Conference in London with virtual as wellY
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Peter Cook@academyofrock
Human Dynamics and The Academy of Rock
UKFacing up to FacebookNoYes / via social mediaConference is a good idea although I don't do freebiesY
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Tom De Ruyck@tomderuyckInSites ConsultingBE
Going beyond the boundaries of research with Research Communities
NoYes, for sureConference sounds great!y
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Carl Miller@carljackmillerDemosUKThe birth of real-time research YesDemos can help y
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Donna Peach@donna_peachUniversity of SalfordUK
Beyond virtual realities: Embodying the potential of social research
YesYes via social media and university contactsHappy with all above ideas, could maybe also have like a Ted Talk series where we video record the delivery of our blog. We could deliver to our own institutions and be recorded then upload onto a nsmnss you tube channel.y
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Deborah Lupton@DALuptonUniversity of CanberraAUHow social researchers can use PinterestTwittery
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Samantha McGregor@sammibmcg
Economic & Social Research Council
UKThe importance of social media researchYesYes, Twitter, ESRC Press Office, other contactsConference, love the Ted Talk idea too. Y
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Huw Davies@huwcdavies
University of Southampton
UK
Twitter fever; how shoud (Digital) Sociology respond?
No Yes via Digital Sociology channels Y
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Helen Kara@DrHelenKaraWe Research It LtdUKMy first time: research via the Guardian's live Q&ANo Yes - social media, SRA, TSRCpublicity at SRA conf in Dec - Kandy, submit an abstract!!Y
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Masumi Izawa@modernmatchaCadmusUSADIY research methods in the digital+social ageYesYes: social media, university networky
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Ana Canhoto@canhoto
Oxford Brookes University
UK
Issues to consider when using social media to collect qualitative data
Yes
yes: own blog, #acwri, promote it to Research Methods module leaders
y
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Sandy Schumann@Sandy_Research
Université Libre de Bruxelles
BE
Facebook in the lab: Using Social Media for Experimental Research
Yesyesy
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Jamie Davies@jamiedavies
Wyke Sixth Form College / Glyndwr University
UK
Flipping Fantastic: A Case Study Of Using Blogs As A Platform For Flipped Learning.
Yes
Yes - twitter, own blog, teacher network through resourcd.com
y
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Sue Beckingham@suebecks
Sheffield Hallam University
UKtbcAll social media channelswebinar series, tweetchat, eventN
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Sarah Quinton@quinton_digital
Oxford Brookes University
Uk
Use of social media in research and the key beneficiaries
Yesyes, own blog, university networks, IDMVirtual conference, workshop and invitations to Marketin Research Society and or industryY
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Naomi Barnes@nomynjbGriffith UniversityAUSFacebook as a data collection toolYesYes, twitter, personal blogY
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Ashley Casey@DrAshCaseyLoughborough University UK
"Isn't it time we listened?": Hearing student and teacher voices through social media
Y
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Oana Stroie@FaceResearchFaceUK
10 tactics for rigour in social media market research
Yes
Yes, all Face & Pulsar social media channels and company blogs
Y
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Oana Stroie@Pulsar_SocialPulsarUKFuture of Social Media ResearchYes
Yes, all Face & Pulsar social media channels and company blogs
Y
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Marisha Palm, Louca-Mai Brady, Bec Hanley
MPalm@invo.org.uk, loucamai.brady@gmail.com
@marapalm/ @NIHRINVOLVE, @louca_mai, @BecHanley1
NIHR INVOLVEUK
Using social media to involve the public in research
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R Craig Lefebvreclefebvre@rti.org@chiefmavenRTI InternationalUSA
Social objects and communication with social technologies
yes
Yes, personal and corporate twitter and LinkedIn, professional blog (recently named "Top 99 for social media marketing")
Like the virtual conference idea, post excerpts as guest blogs on selected sitesN
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L. French
lfrench@marjon.ac.uk
@Media_SynergyMarjonUKResearching Social Media and Visual Culturenoyes Yes (via email)
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Ashley Richards
ashrichards@rti.org
RTI InternationalUSAMisreports of Twitter UseYes, SurveyPost blogY
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Emmanuel Mogaji
emmanuel.mogaji@beds.ac.uk
@e_mogaji
University of Bedfordshire
UKEnhancing the PhD experience with Social MediaNoYes, Own Blog, Twitter and Facebook GroupY
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Bex Lewis
bex.lewis@durham.ac.uk
@drbexl
CODEC at St John's College, Durham University
UKResearching Christianity in a Digital AgeNoYes - social media channels/networksY (via email)
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