Exploring online research methods - Incorporating TRI-ORM

Online methodological futures: List of references

The following is a list of references cited in this module:

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Bryman, A. (2002) Social Research Methods. 2nd Edition. Oxford. Oxford University Press.

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Coomber, R. (1997) Using the internet for survey research, Sociological Research Online, 2, 2.

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Hinduja, S. and Patchin, J. W. (2008) Personal information of adolescents on the Internet: A quantitative content analysis of MySpace. Journal of Adolescence, 31, 1, 125-146.

Hine, C. (2000) Virtual Ethnography. London. Sage

Hine, C. (2005) Virtual methods and the sociology of Cyber-Social-Scientific knowledge, in Hine, C. (Ed.) Virtual methods: issues in social research on the internet. Oxford. Berg. pp.1-13.

Hodgson, V. and Watland, P. (2004) The Learner's Experience of a Networked Learning Knowledge Community Design. Presented at Networked Learning Conference 2004. Retrieved January 10, 2008 from: [External Link - opens in a new window] http://www.networkedlearningconference.org.uk/past/nlc2004/proceedings/symposia/symposium11/hodgson_watland.htm.

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Jones, K. (2007a) How Did I Get to Princess Margaret? (And How Did I Get Her to the World Wide Web?) Forum: Qualitative Social Research Special Issue on Virtual Ethnography 8, 3.
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Jones, C., Zenios, M. and Griffiths, J. (2004) Academic use of digital resources: Disciplinary differences and the issue of progression. In Networked Learning 2004: Proceedings of the Fourth International Conference on Networked Learning 2004. Lancaster: Lancaster University and University of Sheffield. pp. 222 – 229.

Jones, C., Zenios, Z. and Markland, M. (2003) Digital Resources in Higher Education: Pedagogy and Approaches to the use of digital resources in Teaching and Learning. CAL '03. 8-10 April, Queen's University, Belfast, Northern Ireland.

Kendell, L. (1999) Re-contextualizing Cyberspace Methodological Considerations for Online Research, in S. Jones (Ed.) Doing Internet Research: Critical Issues and Methods for Examining the Net. Thousand Oaks. Sage. pp. 57-74.

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Reid, K., Flowers, P., and Larkin, M. (2005) Exploring lived experience. The Psychologist, 18, 1, 20-23.

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Venn, S. and Arber, S. (2008) Conflicting Sleep Demands:  Parents and Young People in UK Households, in B. Steger and L. Brunt (Eds.)  Worlds of Sleep. Berlin. Franke & Timme, pp. 105-129.









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