Data-Sprinting: A Public Approach to Digital Research

Tommaso Venturini, Anders Kristian Munk, Axel Meunier

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Abstract

This chapter is about the politics of interdisciplinarity. Not in the sense of the research politics fostering collaboration across disciplines, but in the stronger sense of transcending disciplinary boundaries to make significant political contributions. In short: it is about making research public. To address this question, this chapter introduces (through a concrete example in climate debate research) an original research format, that we call data-sprinting.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationHandbook of Interdisciplinary Research Methods
EditorsCelia Lury, Rachel Fensham, Patricia Clough, Alexandra Heller-Nicholas, Sybille Lammes, Angela Last, Mike Michael, Emma Uprichard
Number of pages8
PublisherRoutledge
Publication dateJul 2018
Chapter3
ISBN (Print)1138886874, 978-1138886872
ISBN (Electronic)9781317501268
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - Jul 2018
SeriesRoutledge International Handbooks

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Keywords

  • Datasprints
  • STS
  • Digital Methods
  • Controversy Mapping
  • Hackathons
  • Actor-Network Theory

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Venturini, T., Munk, A. K., & Meunier, A. (2018). Data-Sprinting: A Public Approach to Digital Research. In C. Lury, R. Fensham, P. Clough, A. Heller-Nicholas, S. Lammes, A. Last, M. Michael, & E. Uprichard (Eds.), Handbook of Interdisciplinary Research Methods Routledge. Routledge International Handbooks https://doi.org/10.4324/9781315714523