Scientific practice

Check our wiki on this topic

Ethnography

Wiki
Ethnography can be defined as the small-scale study of human behavior through "clinical" observation and intersubjective participation.
jan blommaert, sociolinguistics, discourse analysis, in memorium, tribute

Farewell, Jan Blommaert

Article
Tom Van Hout
12/01/2021
2 minutes to read

Tom Van Hout says farewell to Jan Blommaert. He praises not only the academic, but also the man who normalized vulnerability

Although we tend to think about digital humanities as the application of quantitative methods to digitized material, other digital tools can impact scholarship considerably. I introduce three types of born-digital publications: public databases, hypertext journals, and companion websites. I argue that these are digital humanities tools that drive nonlinear research practices, enabling personal and communal readings.

Health

Anti-vaccine movement: the epidemic of stupid

Column
Blean Tsige
15/04/2019
13 minutes to read

The purpose of this column is to highlight the influence of social networking platforms on society. In particular on the way in which the outbreak of measles can be blamed on to misinformation that is spread on these platforms.

Martin Luther King

Challenging the politics of knowledge, continued

Column
Jan Blommaert
24/11/2018
9 minutes to read

Jan Blommaert: 'In the discussion on the politics of knowledge, the political-economic dimension is absent. Academics can do more and better things in attempts to redress existing racial and gender inequalities.'

Wat is Populisme? (Jan-Werner Müller)

Review
Jan Blommaert
15/05/2017
14 minutes to read

Wat is populisme? is een boek dat zich vlot laat lezen, maar dat analytisch niet zwaar weegt.