Berto Jongman: Action-Based Indigenous Research — a Short Bibliography

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Berto Jongman

Berto Jongman

Bibliography on Action-Based Research Methods

Action-based research is about making material and social change during our research, through methods and methodologies, rather than after data has been collected. Some are explicitly activist, while others might be about making more ethical collaborations. Such methods are particularly relevant to discard studies, since our field studies something that is seen as harmful and/or in need of management. A new website called “Action-Based Research Methods” has a bibliography on a wide array of action-based research topics, from quantitative Marxism to participatory mapping.

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Apr 27

Bradley Grimm: Operational OSINT

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As presented to the Royal Danish Defence College on 18 April 2016.

All slides below the fold (no Notes).

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Apr 25

Stephen E. Arnold: Stopping Google

Stephen E. Arnold

Stephen E. Arnold

Google. No One Can Stop It. No One. No One. Aaaargh.

After cranking out three monographs about the Google between 2004 and 2009, it is pretty clear that the Google is falling victim to flawed reproduction of its own DNA. The death of the Alphabet Google will come from within the company itself.

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Apr 25