Tactics for Issue Mapping second workshop
October 26-27, 2012, BPB and HH
The workshop is the second event in a series of two workshops funded by the ESRC Digital Social Research Programme. The first of these took place in May 2012 and made first steps to explore various tactics of issue mapping. The second workshop consists of two parts, a series of public lectures on issue mapping on Friday the 26 and a hands-on workshop on Saturday focusing on bias detection as tactic for issue mapping.
Furher information on Bias Detection as method for issue mapping, on our data set and on wider readings can be found on the workshop page.
Collective (live!) notetaking: Google docs
Group 1 Data Analysis
Group 2 Measures & Methods
Group 3 Intervention & Scenarios
Group 4 Visualisation
Locations: Ian Gullard Theatre, Deptford Town Hall and CAST Lab, details can be found on the Goldsmiths campus map pages.
DAY 1: Friday October 26 (Goldsmiths)
13:00 Late Lunch and Opening Discussion
Location: Deptford Town Hall room 110
14:30 – 17:30 Public Presentations Tactics of Issue Mapping
There has been a change of programme: Tommaso Venturini will present instead of Vincent Lepinay.
Location: Ian Gulland Theatre
Stephanie Hankey and Marek Tuszynski (Tactical Technology Collective, Berlin and Bangalore): The question of influence: What to expect from visual communication?
Tommaso Venturini (Sciences Po, Paris): Designing controversies, socializing design, and how sociology should be designed
Noortje Marres and Carolin Gerlitz (University of Amsterdam/Goldsmiths): Mapping Issues with Twitter? Plotting lifelines, detecting partisanship
19:00 Workshop Dinner at Fish
Location: Cathedral Street, Borough Market London, SE1 9AL
Near London Bridge Train Station
DAY 2: Saturday October 27 (Goldsmiths)
People staying in the Premier Inn in Greenwhich: a taxi will pick you up in front of the hotel at 9am.
9:30-17:00 Bias Detection in Issue Mapping workshop
Location: CAST LAB, Hatcham House.
Coffee, tea and lunch will be provided.
9:30 – 10.15 Welcome and opening presentation by Noortje Marres and Carolin Gerlitz.
10:15 – 11.00 Discussion of group projects and group formation
11:00 – 12:30 Group work
12:30 – 13:30 Lunch
13:30 – 15:00 Group Work
15:15 – 17.00 Group presentations and final discussion