POSTPONED until March 2021 - The Things We Do For Data: Social Science Between Collusion & Going Rogue
March 18, 2021 to March 19, 2021
9 a.m. to 5 p.m., private
Weizenbaum Institute for the Networked Society
First and foremost, given these uncertain times, we hope you are safe and healthy.
Clearly, in these unprecedented circumstances we have had to reconsider the timing of The Things We Do for Data: Social Science Between Collusion and Going Rogue conference this summer, July 30-31 and have made the difficult decision to postpone until mid-to-late March 2021 in Berlin (we are working out the specific dates now).
We will reopen the call for papers in Fall 2020. We seek submissions for proposals of 500-word abstracts. We expect these to be somewhat non-traditional, with an emphasis on your methods and objectives rather than on the findings per se. Thus, abstracts should focus on data collection methods and challenges in collecting, storing, or updating, data quality management issues, and the critical, legal, ethical and/or policy perspectives on your approach.
For more information about the event please visit https://www.thingswedofordata2020.de/