Publications

Working papers

Scheel, S., Cakici, B., Grommé, F., Ruppert, E., Takala, V. and Ustek-Spilda, F. (2016). Transcending Methodological Nationalism through Transversal Methods? On the Stakes and Challenges of Collaboration. ARITHMUS Working Paper Series, Paper No. 1. DOI: 10.13140/RG.2.2.33901.79842

Other publications

Ruppert, E. 2017. “The Other Davos: A Sociologist Goes to the World Economic Forum.” Sociological Review. Avail. at WEF Essay.

Isin, Engin and Evelyn Ruppert. 2017. “Citizen Snowden.” International Journal of Communications 11:843-57.

Law, John and Evelyn Ruppert, eds. 2016. Modes of Knowing: Resources from the Baroque: Mattering Press. Avail at: https://www.matteringpress.org/news/first-books-modes-knowing.

Ruppert, Evelyn. 2016. “A Baroque Sensibility for Big Data Visualisations.” in Modes of Knowing: Resources from the Baroque, edited by J. Law and E. Ruppert: Mattering Press. Avail at: https://www.matteringpress.org/news/first-books-modes-knowing.

Madsen, A. K. , M. Flyverbom, M. Hilbert and E. Ruppert. 2016. “Big Data: Issues for an International Political Sociology of the Datafication of Worlds.” International Political Sociology.

Ustek-Spilda, F. and O. Alyanak. (2016). The Case of Children Born out of Wedlock in Turkey: An ‘empty’ category? AG: About Gender, 6(10), pp. 261-281. ISSN 2279-5057 http://www.aboutgender.unige.it/index.php/generis/article/view/351

Grommé, F. (2016). Provocation: Technology, resistance and surveillance in public space. Environment and Planning D: Society and Space, pp. 1-18. http://research.gold.ac.uk/18456/

Grommé, F. (2016). Data mining ‘problem youth’: Looking closer but not seeing better. In Van der Ploge, I & Pridmore, J. (Eds.), Digitizing Identities: Doing Identity in a Networked World (pp.163-183). New York and London: Routledge. http://research.gold.ac.uk/15987/

Grommé, F. (2015). Turning aggression into an object of intervention: tinkering in a crime control pilot study. Science as Culture, 24(2), pp. 227-247. http://research.gold.ac.uk/15986/

Scheel, S. (2015). Das Konzept der Autonomie der Migration überdenken?. Yes, please! [Rethinking the Concept of Autonomy of Migration? – Yes Please!]. Movements. Journal für kritische Migrations-und Grenzregimeforschung, 1(2). pp. 1-15. ISSN 2364-8732.

Ruppert, E. and F. Ustek. (2015). Body Counts: Counting Aylan Kurdi. Project Report. Visual Social Media Lab, University of Sheffield. http://bit.ly/1MWSCdy

Ustek, F. (2015). What is work? On the invisibility of women’s paid work in the informal sector. InterDisciplines, 6(1), pp. 29-58. ISSN 2191-6721 http://bit.ly/2guoYrZ

Ustek, F. 2015. Sosyal Politika Açısından Türkiye’de Ev İşçiliği (Domestic Work in Turkey from a Social Policy Perspective). In: Saniye Dedeoglu and Adem Yavuz Elveren, eds. 2000ler Türkiyesi’nde Sosyal Politika ve Toplumsal Cinsiyet. Ankara: İmge Yayınevi, pp. 207-232. ISBN 9789755338224

Ruppert, E. 2015. “Doing the Transparent State: open government data as performance indicators.” In A World of Indicators: The making of governmental knowledge through quantification, edited by Richard Rottenburg, Sally E. Merry, Sung-Joon Park and Johanna Mugler, 127-150. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. http://bit.ly/1VKH6qP.

Isin, E. and E. Ruppert (2015). Being Digital Citizens. London, Rowman & Littlefield International.

Ruppert, E. (2015). “On Doing Words with Things: Citizens, Claims and Digital Acts.” The Sociological Review. http://bit.ly/1QTwG8V.

Ruppert, E. (2015). “Who Owns Big Data?” Discover Society (23). http://discoversociety.org/2015/07/30/who-owns-big-data/