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Pieters, Huibrie C., and Katrina Dornig. "Collaboration in grounded theory analysis: Reflections and practical suggestions:." Qualitative Social Work.
Jackson, Steven J., David Ribes, Ayse Buyuktur, and Geoffrey C. Bowker. "Collaborative rhythm: temporal dissonance and alignment in collaborative scientific work." In CSCW '11, 245-254. New York, NY, USA: Association for Computing Machinery.
Holbrook, Teri, and Nicole M. Pourchier. "Collage as Analysis: Remixing in the Crisis of Doubt." Qualitative Inquiry 20, no. 6: 754-763.
Cattuto, Ciro, Alain Barrat, Andrea Baldassarri, Gregory Schehr, and Vittorio Loreto. "Collective dynamics of social annotation." Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 106, no. 26: 10511-10515.
Comment 2: The authors don’t use context of discovery vs. validation, but this is a useful distinction that makes sense of the affordances they wish to develop w/ their research infrastructure, PECE (Platform for Experimental Collaborative Ethnography: ht.
Commission on Bibliography and Documentation.
Lawson, Stuart, Kevin Sanders, and Lauren Smith. "Commodification of the Information Profession: A Critique of Higher Education Under Neoliberalism." Journal of Librarianship and Scholarly Communication 3, no. 1.
Moore, Samuel A.. Common Struggles: Policy-based vs. scholar-led approaches to open access in the humanities (thesis deposit).
Community archives.
De Lange, Naydene, and Claudia Mitchell. "Community Health Workers Working the Digital Archive: A Case for Looking at Participatory Archiving in Studying Stigma in the Context of HIV and AIDS." Sociological Research Online 17, no. 1: 13-28.
Schreibman, Susan, Ray Siemens, and John Unsworth. A Companion to Digital Humanities. John Wiley & Sons.
Martin, Paul, Yin Chen, Alex Hardisty, Keith Jeffery, and Zhiming Zhao. Computational Challenges in Global Environmental Research Infrastructures. CRC Press.
Ensmenger, N.. "Computers as Ethical Artifacts." IEEE Annals of the History of Computing 29, no. 3: 88-87.
Hjorth, Larissa, Heather Horst, Anne Galloway, Genevieve Bell, Mike Fortun, Kim Fortun, and George E. Marcus. "Computers In/And Anthropology: The Poetics and Politics of Digitization.", 11-20. New York: Taylor & Francis.
Rybicki, J., B. von St Vieth, and D. Mallmann. "A concept of Generic Workspace for Big Data Processing in Humanities.", 63-70.
Friedman, Alon, and Martin Thellefsen. "Concept theory and semiotics in knowledge organization." Journal of Documentation 67.
Gonzalez-Perez, C.. "A conceptual modelling language for the humanities and social sciences.", 1-6.
Baker, Sally. "Conceptualising the use of Facebook in ethnographic research: as tool, as data and as context." Ethnography and Education 8, no. 2: 131-145.
Okune, Angela, Sulaiman Adebowale, Eve Gray, Angela Mumo, and Ruth Oniang'o. "Conceptualizing, Financing and Infrastructuring: Perspectives on Open Access in and from Africa." Development and Change.
Harris, Verne. "Concerned with the writings of others: Archival canons, discourses and voices1." Journal of the Society of Archivists 25, no. 2: 211-220.
Confessions of a Digital Hoarder.
Currie, Morgan, Britt S. Paris, Irene Pasquetto, and Jennifer Pierre. "The conundrum of police officer-involved homicides: Counter-data in Los Angeles County." Big Data & Society 3, no. 2: 2053951716663566.
Borgman, Christine L.. "The conundrum of sharing research data." Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology 63, no. 6: 1059-1078.
Paine, Drew, and Charlotte P. Lee. "Coordinative Entities: Forms of Organizing in Data Intensive Science." Computer Supported Cooperative Work (CSCW) 29, no. 3: 335-380.
Eve, Martin Paul, Kitty Inglis, David Prosser, Lara Speicher, and Graham Stone. "Cost estimates of an open access mandate for monographs in the UK’s third Research Excellence Framework." Insights 30, no. 3: 89-102.