[DIGITAL SURVEY] Raising Children in a Digital Age Edition 2 with @LionHudson, supported by @ManMetUni
In 2014, I published Raising Children in a Digital Age: Enjoying the Best, Avoiding the Worst, with Lion Hudson. A new edition of this book has now been commissioned, and I am once again undertaking a survey to crowdsource insights into your insights into how we can all help create a more positive online environment […]
The other day I submitted a paper, resulting from the ‘Surveillance and Religion Conference‘ in Edinburgh earlier this year, on social media and spiritual formation. It’s useful to get some insights into what people think, to add a little colour, but also to trigger new avenues of thought that can be connected with pre-existing academic […]
Following hot on the heels of David Gile’s survey into faith and social media use, here’s a short survey about Christian media use from Chris Goswami of 7minutes.net. I’m looking forward to seeing more results from both surveys.
It’s been good to chat to David Giles about some of the directions that his research is taking, and here’s an opportunity to participate. His about page says: Putting Your Faith in Social Media is a research project by David Giles, a postgraduate Media Communications student at the University for the Creative Arts in Surrey, UK […]
Having used a variety of social surveys, which would not have occurred were it not for the national census – this is concerning: An Office for National Statistics consultation on the future of the UK census could spell the end of a 200-year-old social-science experiment. The risk is quite real: during our recent inquiry into […]