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Anticipating data artifacts for future archeologists: A collaborative intervention project

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Anticipating data artifacts for future archeologists : A collaborative intervention project. / Markham, Annette.

2016. Abstract from 4S/EASST Conference Barcelona, Barcelona, Spain.

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Markham, A 2016, 'Anticipating data artifacts for future archeologists: A collaborative intervention project', 4S/EASST Conference Barcelona, Barcelona, Spain, 31/08/2016 - 03/09/2016.

APA

Markham, A. (2016). Anticipating data artifacts for future archeologists: A collaborative intervention project. Abstract from 4S/EASST Conference Barcelona, Barcelona, Spain.

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Markham A. 2016. Anticipating data artifacts for future archeologists: A collaborative intervention project. Abstract from 4S/EASST Conference Barcelona, Barcelona, Spain.

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Markham, Annette Anticipating data artifacts for future archeologists: A collaborative intervention project. 4S/EASST Conference Barcelona, 31 Aug 2016, Barcelona, Spain, Conference abstract for conference, 2016. 12 p.

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Markham A. Anticipating data artifacts for future archeologists: A collaborative intervention project. 2016. Abstract from 4S/EASST Conference Barcelona, Barcelona, Spain.

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Markham, Annette. / Anticipating data artifacts for future archeologists : A collaborative intervention project. Abstract from 4S/EASST Conference Barcelona, Barcelona, Spain.12 p.

Bibtex

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abstract = "What happens when we shift from an explanatory to anticipatory mindset as a basis for social inquiry? How can we take a more deliberate approach to generating possible futures through research design and in situ sensemaking? What ethical possibilities emerge from taking a more proactive stance toward research as an intervention of future making? A {\textquoteleft}reflexive anticipation{\textquoteright} epistemology fosters experimental research design that intervenes as it explores possible trajectories. This framework is based in ongoing experiments training youth to be critical auto-phenomenologists of social media to speculatively intervene in their own data futures. In this paper, I discuss a five-year methodology experiment focused on these questions. ",
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