Prepared by Alise Tifentale
1. Selected resources for alternative methodologies of history writing: history of the quotidian versus the exceptional
Brewer, John. "Microhistory and the Histories of Everyday Life." Cultural and Social History 7, no. 1 (2010): 87-109.
Certeau, Michel de. The Practice of Everyday Life (Berkeley: University of California Press), 1984.
Colebrook, Claire. “The Politics and Potential of Everyday Life.” New Literary History 33, no. 4 (2002): 687-706.
Gardiner, Michael. Critiques of Everyday Life (London: Routledge), 2000.
Ginzburg, Carlo, John Tedeschi and Anne C. Tedeschi. “Microhistory: Two or Three Things That I Know about It.” Critical Inquiry 20, no. 1 (1993): 10-35.
Ludtke, Alf, ed. The History of Everyday Life. Reconstructing Historical Experiences and Ways of Life (Princeton: Princeton University Press), 1995.
Magnusson, Sigurdur Gylfi. “Social History as ‘Sites of Memory’? The Insitutionalization of History: Microhistory and the Grand Narrative.” Journal of Social History 39, no. 3 (2006): 891-913.
Peltonen, Matti. “Clues, Margins, and Monads: The Micro-Macro Link in Historical Research.” History and Theory 40, no. 3 (2001): 347-359.
Sztompka, Piotr. “The Focus on Everyday Life: a New Turn in Sociology.” European Review 16, no. 1 (2008): 23–37.
2. Social media, online communities, participation, and storytelling: an overview of recent debates on research methodologies of data analysis
Cote, Mark. “Data Motility. The Materiality of Big Social Data.” Cultural Studies Review 20, no.1 (2014): 121–149.
Gozali, Jesse Prabawa, Min-Yen Kan, and Hari Sundaram. "How Do People Organize Their Photos in Each Event and How Does It Affect Storytelling, Searching and Interpretation Tasks?" Proceedings of the ACM/IEEE Joint Conference on Digital Libraries (2012): 315-324.
Hall, Gary. “#Mysubjectivation.” New Formations 79 (2013): 83-102.
Hurd, Madeleine. “Introduction – Social Movements: Ritual, Space and Media.” Culture Unbound 6 (2014): 287–303.
Kelty, Christopher, Aaron Panofsky, Morgan Currie, Roderic Crooks, Seth Erickson, Patricia Garcia, Michael Wartenbe, and Stacy Wood. "Seven Dimensions of Contemporary Participation Disentangled." Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology no. 2 (2014).
Lamberti, Elena. “Memory Between Old and New Media: Rethinking Storytelling as a Performative Practice to Process, Assess and Create Awareness of Change in the World of Secondary Orality.” Essachess – Journal for Communication Studies 5, no. 2(10) (2012): 227-244.
Lim, Merlyna. "Seeing spatially: people, networks and movements in digital and urban spaces." International Development Planning Review 36, no. 1 (2014): 51-72.
Markham, Annette. “Fieldwork in Social Media. What Would Malinowski Do?” Journal of Qualitative Communication Research 2, no. 4 (2013): 434-446.
Meek, David. “YouTube and Social Movements: A Phenomenological Analysis of Participation, Events and Cyberplace.” Antipode 44, no. 4 ( 2012): 1429–1448.
Varol, Onur, Emilio Ferrara, Christine Ogan, Filippo Menczer, and Alessandro Flammini. “Evolution of Online User Behavior during a Social Upheaval.” WebSci '14 Proceedings of the 2014 ACM conference on Web science (2014): 81-90.
Zigkolis, Christos, Symeon Papadopoulos, George Filippou, Yiannis Kompatsiaris, and Athena Vakali.“Collaborative Event Annotation In Tagged Photo Collections.” Multimedia Tools and Applications 70, no. 1 (2014): 89-118.
3. Selected case studies: recent examples of social media analytics from the perspective of computer science
Cruz, Juan David, Cecile Bothorel, and Francois Poulet. “Community Detection and Visualization in Social Networks: Integrating Structural and Semantic Information.” ACM Transactions on Intelligent Systems and Technology 5, no. 1 (2013), article 11.
Lin, Chuen-Horng, Huan-Yu Chen, and Yu-Shung Wu. “Study of Image Retrieval and Classification Based on Adaptive Features Using Genetic Algorithm Feature Selection.” Expert Systems with Applications 41, no. 15 (2014): 6611–6621.
Petkos, Georgios, Symeon Papadopoulos, and Yiannis Kompatsiaris. “Social Event Detection using Multimodal Clustering and Integrating Supervisory Signals.” Proceedings of the 2nd ACM International Conference Multimedia Retrieval (2012), article 23.
Reuter, Timo and Philipp Cimiano. “Event-based Classification of Social Media Streams.” Proceedings of the 2nd ACM International Conference Multimedia Retrieval (2012), article 22.
Reuter, Timo, Symeon Papadopoulos, Georgios Petkos, Vasileios Mezaris,Yiannis Kompatsiaris, Philipp Cimiano, Christopher de Vries, Shlomo Geva. “Social Event Detection at MediaEval 2013: Challenges, Datasets, and Evaluation.” Proceedings of MediaEval 2013 Workshop (2013).
Silva, Thiago H., Pedro O. S. Vaz de Melo, Jussara M. Almeida, Juliana Salles, Antonio A. F. Loureiro. “A Comparison of Foursquare and Instagram to the Study of City Dynamics and Urban Social Behavior.” Proceedings of the ACM SIGKDD International Conference on Knowledge Discovery and Data Mining (2013), article 4.
Xie, Ke, Chaolun Xia, Nir Grinberg, Raz Schwartz, and Mor Naaman. “Robust Detection of Hyper-local Events from Geotagged Social Media Data.” Proceedings of the Thirteenth International Workshop on Multimedia Data Mining (2013), article 2.
Yu, Jun, Richang Hong, Meng Wang, and Jane You. “Image Clustering Based on Sparse Patch Alignment Framework.” Pattern Recognition 47, no. 11 (2014): 3512–3519.
4. Selected case studies: how social media data analysis contributes to the interpretations and understanding of social protest movements
4.1. The Arab Spring:Aman, Mohammed M. and Tina J. Jayroe. “ICT, Social Media, and the Arab Transition to Democracy: From Venting to Acting.” Digest of Middle East Studies 22, no. 2 (2013): 317–347.
Halverson, Jeffry R., Scott W. Ruston, and Angela Trethewey. “Mediated Martyrs of the Arab Spring: New Media, Civil Religion, and Narrative in Tunisia and Egypt.” Journal of Communication 63 no. 2(2013) 312–332.
Harlow, Summer. “It was a 'Facebook revolution': Exploring the Meme-like Spread of narratives During the Egyptian Protests.” Revista de Comunicación 12 (2013): 59-82.
Markham, Tim. “Social Media, Protest Cultures and Political Subjectivities of the Arab Spring.” Media Culture Society 36, no. 1 (2014): 89-104.
4.2. Occupy Wall Street and other social protest movements in the U.S.:Boyle, Michael P. and Mike Schmierbach. “Media Use and Protest: The Role of Mainstream and Alternative Media Use in Predicting Traditional and Protest Participation.” Communication Quarterly 57, vol. 1 (2009): 1–17.
de Bakker, Frank G. A. and Iina Hellsten. “Capturing Online Presence: Hyperlinks and Semantic Networks in Activist Group Websites on Corporate Social Responsibility.” Journal of Business Ethics 118, no. 4 (2013): 807-823.
DeLuca, Kevin, Sean Lawson, and Ye Sun. “Occupy Wall Street on the Public Screens of Social Media: The Many Framings of the Birth of a Protest Movement.” Communication, Culture & Critique 5, no. 4 (2012): 483–509.
Di Cicco, Damon T. “The Public Nuisance Paradigm: Changes In Mass Media Coverage Of Political Protest Since The 1960s.” Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly 87, no. 1 (2010): 135-153.
Gaby, Sarah and Neal Caren. “Occupy Online: How Cute Old Men and Malcolm X Recruited 400,000 US Users to OWS on Facebook.” Social Movement Studies 11, nos. 3–4 (2012): 367–374.
Gleason, Benjamin. “#Occupy Wall Street: Exploring Informal Learning about a Social Movement on Twitter.” American Behavioral Scientist 57, no. 7 (2013): 966-982.
Policante, Amedeo. “Of Cameras and Balaclavas: Violence, Myth, and the Convulsive Kettle.” Globalizations 8. No. 4 (2011): 457-471.
Ratliff, Thomas N. and Lori L. Hall. “Practicing the Art of Dissent: Toward a Typology of Protest Activity in the United States.” Humanity & Society 38, no. 3(2014): 268-294.
Tremayne, Mark. “Anatomy of Protest in the Digital Era: A Network Analysis of Twitter and Occupy Wall Street.” Social Movement Studies: Journal of Social, Cultural and Political Protest 1, no. 1 (2014): 110-126.
4.3. East and Southeast Asia:Douglass, Mike. “After the Revolution: From Insurgencies to Social Projects to Recover the Public City in East And Southeast Asia.” International Development Planning Review 36, no. 1 (2014): 15-32.
Padawangi, Rita, Peter Marolt, and Mike Douglass. “Insurgencies, Social Media and the Public City in Asia.” International Development Planning Review 36, no. 1 (2014): 3-13.
Rathina Pandi, Asha. “Insurgent space in Malaysia: Hindraf movement, new media and minority Indians.” International Development Planning Review 36, no. 1 (2014): 73-90.
5. Revolutions, upheavals, and protest movements in photography: the different voices of amateur photography, social media, professional news outlets, art and documentary photography from a global perspective
5.1. Selected historical insights:Bajorek, Jennifer. “Of Jumbled Valises and Civil Society: Photography and Political Imagination in Senegal.” History and Anthropology 21, no. 4 (2010): 431–452.
Banwell, Julia. “Death and Disruption in the Photography of the Decena Tragica.” Mexican Studies 30, no. 1 (2014): 104-121.
Laing, Ellen Johnston. “Picturing Men and Women in the Chinese 1911 Revolution.” Nan Nu: Men, Women and Gender in China 15, no. 2 (2013): 265-316.
Li, Shi. “The April Fifth Movement: Marking the Rise of Citizen Photojournalism in the People’s Republic of China.” Visual Communication Quarterly 19 (2012): 68–84.
Phu, T.N. “Shooting the Movement: Black Panther Party Photography and African American Protest Traditions.” Canadian Review of American Studies 38, no. 1 (2008): 165-186.
Tucker, Jennifer. “Eye on the Street. Photography in Urban Public Spaces.” Radical History Review 114 (2012): 7-18.
5.2. Contemporary cases:Begg, Zanny. “Recasting Subjectivity: Globalisation and the Photography of Andreas Gursky and Allan Sekula.” Third Text 19, no. 6 (2005): 625–636.
Bishop, Ron. “The Professional Protester: Emergence of a New News Media Protest Coverage Paradigm in Time Magazine’s 2011 Person of the Year Issue.” Journal of Magazine & New Media Research 14, no. 1 (2013): 1-19.
Edwards, Steve. “Commons and Crowds: Figuring Photography from Above and Below.” Third Text 23, no. 4 (2009): 447–464.
Hameed, Nadia and Aisha Zubair. “Effects of Photographic Framing on Perceptions of Social Protest.” FWU Journal of Social Sciences 5, no. 1 (2011): 73-87.
Kane, Carolyn L. "Satiated and Denied: War And Visual Realism." Afterimage 39, no. 1/2(2011): 46-48.
Lloyd, David. “Ruination: Partition and the Expectation of Violence (On Allan deSouza’s Irish Photography).” Social Identities 9, no. 4 (2003): 475-509.
Somondo, Dzanat. “Maidan Moment.” Photo District News, no. 7 (2014): 98-101.