AfRE research ethics event: Social media and the internet – all in this together?

This was originally posted at the Birmingham Centre for Media and Cultural Research (BCMCR) blog. I have also blogged there about my research seminar presentation and my attendance to Prof Mark Banks’ research seminar, both in February 2015.  On 23 April 2015 I attended an event at Bristol University organised by the Association for Research Ethics (AfRE). TheContinue reading “AfRE research ethics event: Social media and the internet – all in this together?”

Expertise in the creative industries and reputation

Since the last post I’ve been focusing much more on literature on expertise in the creative industries. Before I proceed with that however I should restate why I am looking at expertise. One of the main research questions for my PhD is How is expertise performed on social media? Expertise, as I will demonstrate in myContinue reading “Expertise in the creative industries and reputation”