Posts Tagged ‘Ethnography’

Yesterday at the annual conference of British Sociological Association, I presented the latest results of the work I am doing with Antonio A. Casilli on the “End-of-Privacy” hypothesis and social media. Our presentation is accessible here. The boundaries between public and private are moving, all the more so in the Web 2.0 era -and we […]


My presentation with Antonio on “An ethno-computational approach to friendship in a SNS” is online here. We gave it this morning at the Sunbelt XXX conference. Many thanks to all those who attended and emailed or twitted comments and remarks!


Tubaro, P., & Casilli, A. A. (2010). ”An Ethnographic Seduction”: How Qualitative Research and Agent-based Models can Benefit Each Other Bulletin de Méthodologie Sociologique, 106 (1), 59-74 DOI: 10.1177/0759106309360111 A new article has just come out, co-authored with Antonio Casilli on ‘‘An Ethnographic Seduction’’: How Qualitative Research and Agent-based Models can Benefit Each Other. We […]



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