1000 Conference Registration and Coffee
1030 Keynote 1
The Ethical Disruptions of Social Media Research: tales from the field
Professor Susan Halford (Director Web Science Institute, University of Southampton)
1130 Parallel Session 1
Session A: Ethical Practicalities (I)
- Using Twitter as a data source: An overview of ethical challenges. Wasim Ahmed (University of Sheffield)
- Ethical issues in qualitative research on Facebook. Gill Mooney (University of Leeds)
- The Ethics of Researching Tinder. Jenna Condie (Western Sydney University)
Session B: Blurred Lines
- Trying to re-focus the blurred lines between researchers and participants in social media research. Sarah Quinton (Oxford Brookes)
- Reconciling the Tumblr Fangirl and the Academic: Embracing the Blurred line Between Participant and Observer in Online Ethnography. Kadian Pow (Birmingham City University)
- Things that keep me awake at night. Milena Popova (UWE)
Session C: Workshop Session
- Social Media Research Ethics: Sharing Best Practice Prof. Claire Wallace and Dr. Leanne Townsend (University of Aberdeen).
1400 Parallel Session 2
Session D: Critical Ethical Reflections
- Sharing social media data – challenges and emerging solutions. Libby Bishop (UK Data Archive, University of Essex)
- Public vs Private: dichotomy or scale? Harry T. Dyer (UEA)
- iRights Youth Juries. Elvira Perez Vallejos (Nottingham)
Session E: Ethical Practicalities (II)
- Gaining access to online interactions from an offline perspective: Ethical challenges faced in a study with Chilean adolescents. Paulina Ruiz (Bristol)
- The ethics of ‘informed consent’ and the waiving of anonymity: Analysing blog texts of breast cancer bloggers’ lived experiences. Cathy Ure (Salford)
- Public attitudes to reported instance of personal data usage #AnalyzeMyData. Ansgar Koene (Nottingham)
Session F: Panel Session:
- Ethical Challenges for Visual Social Media Research: Are Images Different? Dr Farida Vis, Dr Anne Burns and Alexandra Boutopoulou who are all based in the Visual Social Media Lab (http://visualsocialmedialab.org/) at the University of Sheffield.
1600 Keynote 2
Where next for #SocialEthics?
Steven Ginnis (Head of Digital Research, Social Research Institute, Ipsos MORI) and Harry Evans (Research Analyst, Social Research Institute, Ipsos MORI).
1700: Closing Remarks Followed by a Wine Reception (Sponsored by Sage Publishing).