Category Archives: Objective Subjective Perspective

Facebook, online research and explicit consent: values in action

So Facebook conducted research via (according to the Wall st Journal) its internal ‘Data Science Team’ which is apparently not affiliated or endorsed by a third party research body or institution. Facebook used its existing terms of service as an ethical umbrella under which to operate, … Continue reading

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Positing Past and Present Pragmatic Paradigmatic Positions and Perspectives

A recent discussion in a classroom of research peers has led me to understand more about the importance and influence of myself, my background and personal perspectives in the research I might undertake. When discussing two sets of qualitative data provided by Yvette Solomon … Continue reading

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Objective perspective invective

This post is a response to the following two videos (below). The focus of the critique, through class discussion, has been the importance and context of the first or third person perspective in these pieces and in and of academic/ … Continue reading

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