The data walkshop and radical bottom-up data knowledge

in Ethnography for a data-saturated world
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Data walking is a strategy for research creation and public engagement that breaks down hierarchies of knowledge and creates discussions about data based in a shared experience of observing and moving through space. This chapter describes the genesis of a particular approach to producing knowledge about data, in relation to ‘matters of concern’ encountered in particular local places.

Editors: Hannah Knox and Dawn Nafus

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