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Further Reading


Ahmed, W., Bath, P. and Demartini, G. (2017) Chapter 4 Using Twitter as a Data Source: An Overview of Ethical, Legal, and Methodological Challenges. In: Woodfield, K., (ed.) The Ethics of Online Research. Advances in Research Ethics and Integrity (2). Emerald , pp. 79-107. ISBN 978-1-78714-486-6 
Beninger, K., Fry, A., Jago, N. (2014). Research Using Social Media: Users Views. London: NatCen.
Deegan, J. (2020). The ethics of using Twitter data for research. Retrieved from
Dicks, B, Mason, B, Williams, M.L. (2006). Ethnography and data reuse: Issues of context and hypertext. Methodological Innovations 1(2): 33–46.
Shermer, M. (2008). Patternicity: Finding meaningful patterns in meaningless noise. Retrieved from
Van Dijck, J. (2013). The Culture of Connectivity. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Williams, M. L., Burnap, P., & Sloan, L. (2017). Towards an ethical framework for publishing Twitter data in social research: Taking into account users’ views, online context and algorithmic estimation. Sociology, 51(6), 1149-1168.