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Juni 2024

Social Media Data Acquisition in a Post-API World

Dr. Felix Victor Münch präsentiert im Rahmen der Post-API Conference das Social Media Observatory (SMO). Der Vortrag mit dem Titel "Enabling Large Scale Online Discourse Observation – A Social Media Observatory as a Pragmatistic DIY Approach" ist eingebunden in Panel 2 (12:45pm – 1:30pm: Infrastructures). Das SMO ist ein zentrales Infrastrukturprojekt am Hamburger Standort des Forschungsinstituts Gesellschaftlicher Zusammenhalt (FGZ).

Zum Programm der Konferenz
Über die Konferenz (engl.)

Social media data and other digital traces has contributed a wealth of information to academic researchers who have engaged with this data in order to study relational processes, public health, migration, well-being, global challenges, and other important aspects of the human experience. Although social media data has clear implications for public good research and scholarship on social media platforms, and transparency is key to understanding the influence of these channels on people and democracies, the private and proprietary nature of digital data means that access has survived in an uncomfortable and unpredictable flux for years. Recent contractions of API access have led to an existential crisis for social media researchers. Following on the heels of the successful conversation at the first Post-API Conference (UPenn, October 2023) we’re looking to continue to convene some of the brightest minds working on these issues across disciplines to help identify the most viable solutions and alternatives.

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Queensland University of Technology
Gardens Point Campus
Brisbane City


Dr. Felix Victor Münch
Postdoc Researcher

Dr. Felix Victor Münch

Leibniz-Institut für Medienforschung │ Hans-Bredow-Institut (HBI)
Rothenbaumchausse 36
20148 Hamburg

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