22 January 2019
| City, University of London
Linking survey and social media data: Experiences and Evidence
Join us at this event to discuss linking survey and social media data.
Linking survey and Twitter has the potential to address shortcomings in both data sources. This talk will focus on the reasons for such a linkage, as well as practical issues in designing research linking the two data sources. This includes ethical issues and how these inform how to ask for consent to linkage in a survey; consent rates and potential biases; how to collect and analyse the data; and potential issues in archiving the data.
About the speaker
Dr. Tarek Al Baghal is a Research Fellow at the Institute of Social and Economic Research, University of Essex. He is the lead questionnaire designer for the Understanding Society Innovation Panel, involved in designing and implementing this longitudinal study, now on its eleventh wave.
When: Tuesday 22nd January, 5.45pm - 7.15pm.
Where: Room C309, Tait Building, City, University of London, Northampton Square London, EC1V 0HB.
Register: to register your place please complete the booking form.
This event is part of the NatCen-ESS ERIC-City methodology series.
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