Eszter Hargittai (Ed.). Research exposed. How empirical social science gets done in the digital age
Research Exposed. How Empirical Social Science Gets Done in the Digital Age is an edited volume with 12 chapters that individually and as a collection have the ability to draw the reader in – like the stories of a cook in a kitchen would do, who is narrating how they came to concoct a particular recipe, how approaches failed, what worked, how they found out, and which turn led to the final recipe. Analogously, this edited volume by Eszter Hargittai allows us to look behind the scenes of how empirical social science is being done. Adding to previous edited collections Research Confidential (Hargittai, 2009) and Digital Research Confidential (Hargittai & Sandvig, 2015), this book provides honest insights from researchers who have done the work, with information on lots of trial-and-error processes that are typically hidden behind “Method and Data” sections of finished publications.
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