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  • ISBN-10: 1473918782
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This best-selling handbook has been brought fully up-to-date with coverage of recent developments in the field including social media, big data, data visualization and CAQDAS.



This handbook provides comprehensive coverage of contemporary and developing Internet and online social research methods, spanning both quantitative and

qualitative research applications.

The editors have brought together leading names in the field of online research to give a thoroughly up to date commentary on current debates. The chapters cover both methodological and procedural themes, offering readers a sophisticated treatment of the practice and uses of Internet and online research that is grounded in research methodology. Beginning with an examination of the significance of the Internet as a research medium, the book goes on to cover research design, data capture, the survey, virtual ethnography, and the internet as an archival resource, and concludes by looking at potential directions for the future of Internet and online research.

The Handbook of Internet and Online Research Methods will be welcomed by anyone interested in the contemporary practice of computer-mediated research and scholarship. Postgraduates, researchers and methodologists from dicsplines across the social sciences will find this an inavlauble source of reference.

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"The rapid growth of online communication technologies-social media, distributed internet use, and mobile devices capable of recording and sharing information spontaneously-has expanded opportunities for researchers to collect and use digital-born data. Keeping up with the methods for conducting studies in an online environment requires new ways of thinking about the overall research process. This impressive handbook, written by an international team of scholars, facilitates such conceptualization for both novice and experienced researchers...The handbook's focus on the social sciences makes one wish for a similarly useful companion handbook examining online research methods applicable to the humanities and performing arts." Summing Up: Highly recommended. Beginning students through professionals/practitioners. -- R. V. Labaree, * CHOICE * The SAGE Handbook of Online Research Methods, Second Edition", edited by Nigel Fielding, Raymond Lee and Grant Blank, brings together several of the most noted scholars in the area of web and online survey methodology, along with the contributions of many younger researchers. The result is a compendium of information about online survey design, survey ethics, sampling and data capture, analysis of social network data, content analysis of digital text, online ethnography, and secondary analysis of online data, as well as essays relating online data to artificial intelligences, cartography, and diverse other topics. The authors are to be commended for an excellent update to their first edition, producing volume of significant value to those interested in online research methods, social science, and social theory. -- Dave Garson Internet-based research methods is a diffuse and rapidly evolving area and this new edition of the Handbook of Online Research Methods provides a much needed overview and assessment of where it currently stands. As well as comprising some updated chapters, this new edition now includes chapters on many new areas, some of which were barely on the horizon when its predecessor was published. As such, this new edition provides much needed advice on the implementation of these methods and an appraisal of the state of the field. It will be invaluable to students and practitioners. -- Alan Bryman In 2008 with the first and very successful edition of the Handbook, online research was characterized by its "newness" and by "caution". Today's researchers are now "familiar" with online methods and "adept at their use", so the second edition of the Handbook has updated 27 chapters of the first edition and added nine chapters and two sections: "Digital Quantitative Analysis" and "Digital Text Analysis". Big data, gaming and participatory research are now also present. With a pragmatic focus on the current state-of-the-art, the new Handbook remains very attuned to the issues and challenges of online research and its methods. -- Karl van Meter Online Research Methods are exploding in variety and importance. This new SAGE Handbook provides a much-needed comprehensive treatment of this dynamic and exciting field. From big data, semantic mining, AI, simulations, and visualizations to online focus groups,interviewing, ethnography, video-based research, and much more besides, this volume has everything you need for a broad and deep exploration of the new world of research online. -- Robert Kozinets

List of Figures
ix
List of Tables
xiii
Notes on the Editors and Contributors xv
Companion Website xxviii
PART I ONLINE RESEARCH METHODS
1(16)
1 Online Research Methods in the Social Sciences: An Editorial Introduction
3(14)
Raymond M. Lee
Nigel G. Fielding
Grant Blank
PART II DESIGNING ONLINE RESEARCH
17(38)
2 The Ethics of Online Research
19(19)
Rebecca Eynon
Jenny Fry
Ralph Schroeder
3 Data Quality in Online Environments
38(17)
Karsten Boye Rasmussen
PART III ONLINE DATA CAPTURE AND DATA COLLECTION
55(86)
4 Research Design and Tools for Online Research
57(19)
Claire Hewson
5 Nonreactive Data Collection Online
76(16)
Dietmar Janetzko
6 What's New? The Applications of Data Mining and Big Data in the Social Sciences
92(16)
Ayelet Baram-Tsabari
Elad Segev
Aviv J. Sharon
7 Of Instruments and Data: Social Media Uses, Abuses and Analysis
108(17)
Martin Innes
Colin Roberts
Alun Preece
David Rogers
8 `Big Social Science': Doing Big Data in the Social Sciences
125(16)
Jonathan Bright
PART IV THE ONLINE SURVEY
141(98)
9 Overview: Online Surveys
143(19)
Vasja Vehovar
Katja Lozar Manfreda
10 Sampling Methods for Online Surveys
162(22)
Ronald D. Fricker Jr
11 Online Survey Design
184(19)
Vera Toepoel
12 Online Survey Software
203(17)
Lars Kaczmirek
13 Improving the Effectiveness of Online Data Collection by Mixing Survey Modes
220(19)
Don A. Dillman
Feng Hao
Morgan M. Millar
PART V DIGITAL QUANTITATIVE ANALYSIS
239(88)
14 Online Social Networks: Concepts for Data Collection and Analysis
241(18)
Bernie Hogan
15 Scale, Time and Activity Patterns: Advanced Methods for the Analysis of Online Networks
259(18)
Javier Borge-Holthoefer
Sandra Gonzalez-Bailon
16 Social Simulation and Online Research Methods
277(18)
Corinna Elsenbroich
17 Games and Online Research Methods
295(12)
Harko Verhagen
Magnus Johansson
Wander Jager
18 Data Visualisation as an Emerging Tool for Online Research
307(20)
Helen Kennedy
William Allen
PART VI DIGITAL TEXT ANALYSIS
327(72)
19 Online Tools for Content Analysis
329(15)
Roel Popping
20 Sentiment Analysis for Small and Big Data
344(17)
Mike Thelwall
21 Artificial Intelligence/Expert Systems and Online Research
361(19)
Edward Brent
22 The Blogosphere
380(19)
Nicholas Hookway
Helene Snee
PART VII VIRTUAL ETHNOGRAPHY
399(88)
23 Ethnographies of Online Communities and Social Media: Modes, Varieties, Affordances
401(15)
Christine Hine
24 Online Interviewing
416(19)
Henrietta O'Connor
Clare Madge
25 Online Focus Groups
435(16)
Katie M. Abrams
Ted J. Gaiser
26 Tools for Collaboration in Video-based Research
451(19)
Jon Hindmarsh
27 CAQDAS at a Crossroads: Affordances of Technology in an Online Environment
470(17)
Christina Silver
Sarah L. Bulloch
PART VIII ONLINE SECONDARY ANALYSIS: RESOURCES AND METHODS
487(74)
28 Online Access to Quantitative Data Resources
489(20)
Louise Corti
Jo Wathan
29 Secondary Qualitative Analysis Using Online Resources
509(16)
Patrick Carmichael
30 Finding and Investigating Geographical Data Online
525(17)
David Martin
Samantha Cockings
Samuel Leung
31 Mapping Spaces: Cartographic Representations of Online Data
542(19)
Matthew Zook
Ate Poorthuis
Rich Donohue
PART IX THE FUTURE OF ONLINE SOCIAL RESEARCH
561(82)
32 Engaging Remote Marginalized Communities Using Appropriate Online Research Methods
563(15)
Brian Beaton
David Perley
Chris George
Susan O'Donnell
33 Web- and Phone-Based Data Collection Using Planned Missing Designs
578(18)
William Revelle
David M. Condon
Joshua Wilt
Jason A. French
Ashley Brown
Lorien G. Elleman
34 Social Cartography and `Knowing Capitalism': Critical Reflections on Social Research and the Geo-Spatial Web
596(15)
Harrison Smith
Michael Hardey
Mariann Hardey
Roger Burrows
35 Online Environments and the Future of Social Science Research
611(17)
Michael Fischer
Stephen Lyon
David Zeitlyn
36 Online Research Methods and Social Theory
628(15)
Grant Blank
Index 643
"My research interests are in criminology, socio-legal studies, social research methodology, and new technologies for social research. In criminology I have particular expertise in policing, having conducted studies of police training, police occupational culture, community and neighbourhood policing, equal opportunities in the police service, police corruption, and comparative research on international police systems. In socio-legal studies I have particular interests in the criminal courts and the experiences of lay people during the criminal trial process. My study of lay participants' experience of trials of cases of physical violence won the Socio-Legal Studies Association Hart Prize 2007 for the Best Socio-Legal Book. In social research methodology my primary expertise is in qualitative methods, particularly the practice and ethics of participant observation, the status of interview data, and software for the analysis of qualitative data, in which latter I co-direct the UK national centre for qualitative software. I also have substantial expertise in multiple-method research and methodological 'triangulation', secondary analysis of archival qualitative data, online research methods, and the application of grid and high performance computing to social research, where I have a particular interest in the use of Access Grid technology for 'virtual fieldwork'. My paper on the latter was shortlisted for the Sage Prize for Innovation and Excellence 2007. My research has been sponsored by, inter alia, the Economic and Social Research Council, the Fulbright Commission, the US Department of Defense, the Home Office, the UK Police Foundation, the US Police Foundation, Surrey Police Authority, Surrey Police, the Metropolitan Police, the Swiss Information and Documentation Service, the Deutsche Zentral Archiv, Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique, Thales plc, Electricite de France, Volkswagen Stiftung, and the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft" Raymond M. Lee is Emeritus Professor of Social Research Methods at Royal Holloway University of London. He has written extensively about a range of methodological topics. These include the problems and issues involved in research on 'sensitive' topics, research in physically dangerous environments, the use of unobtrusive measures, and the role of new technologies in the research process. His current research focuses on the historical development of interviewing techniques. Grant Blank is Survey Research Fellow at Oxford Internet Institute (OII), University of Oxford. He is a sociologist who studies the social and cultural impact of the Internet and other new communication media. He is also interested in cultural sociology, especially reviews and cultural evaluation.Grant began his career as an independent consultant based in Chicago Illinois specializing in research design, statistical analysis, and database design. He previously taught at American University in Washington DC. He completed his PhD on the sociology of reviews at the University of Chicago in 1999, and joined OII in 2010.

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