We looked inside some of the tweets by @ameliawcole and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
This is a really unfair question because I strongly believe that there are numerous ethnographies that are brilliant. I wrote an entire chapter on ethnography for comparative policy analysis where I summarize 20 books I read which are ethnographies. So, here it goes (thread) https://twitter.com/roswillz/status/1082968020325224449 …
I have to go to sleep but I want to ask (self-promotion totally valid!) for ethnographies published as single-author books. I will particularly appreciate recommendations of books by authors on the margins (LGBTQ, Latino, Black, disabled, etc.) - please reply, don't quote-tweet.
Fewer than one in five people worldwide have a high level of trust in scientists, according to new research by @wellcometrust https://www.timeshighereducation.com/news/global-poll-shows-only-18-cent-have-high-trust-scientists …
This is probably one of those articles that shouldn't be behind a paywall. :-)
Why would a school of information science have a biologist and physicist on its faculty? @UW_iSchool professor @JevinWest studies the "science of science," analyzing millions of scholarly papers and the billions of links that connect them.