The project aims to look at institutions and individuals that engage in any way with digital history and analyze: a) what it their explicit definition of digital history?; b) what types of projects/work they create/discuss as part of digital history?
We collect LBSM reaction data for 3 case studies:
This research is interested in providing a thematic analysis of how young women in Egypt and Tunisia use the increasingly popular social networking site and mobile photo-sharing application, Instagram, to create, develop, and negotiate their socio-political identities today.
This project is based on a hypothesis that social media data in combination with meta data can be used for forensic and investigative purpose. If the rich social media data contents are managed properly they could provide very helpful information to criminal investigators.
MediaLAB FOZ aims to establish itself as the first initiative in social media research in the region. Being part of the Federal University of Latin American Integration, he will work in three cities, from Brazil (Foz do Iguaçu), Argentina (Puerto Iguazú) and Paraguay (Ciudad del Este), searching for local and national interest topics, Countries. The data will be of great value to understand the movements developed in the social media in regions of borders, understanding the created information flows.