Prof Luke Sloan
Prof Luke Sloan
Professor, Deputy Director Social Data Science Lab, Director Cardiff Q-Step
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Who tweets? Deriving the demographic characteristics of age, occupation and social class from Twitter user meta-data
L Sloan, J Morgan, P Burnap, M Williams
PloS one 10 (3), e0115545, 2015
The SAGE handbook of social media research methods
L Sloan, A Quan-Haase
Sage, 2017
Tweeting the terror: modelling the social media reaction to the Woolwich terrorist attack
P Burnap, ML Williams, L Sloan, O Rana, W Housley, A Edwards, ...
Social Network Analysis and Mining 4 (1), 206, 2014
140 characters to victory?: Using Twitter to predict the UK 2015 General Election
P Burnap, R Gibson, L Sloan, R Southern, M Williams
Electoral Studies 41, 230-233, 2016
Who tweets with their location? Understanding the relationship between demographic characteristics and the use of geoservices and geotagging on Twitter
L Sloan, J Morgan
PloS one 10 (11), e0142209, 2015
Towards an ethical framework for publishing Twitter data in social research: Taking into account users’ views, online context and algorithmic estimation
ML Williams, P Burnap, L Sloan
Sociology 51 (6), 1149-1168, 2017
Knowing the Tweeters: Deriving sociologically relevant demographics from Twitter
L Sloan, J Morgan, W Housley, M Williams, A Edwards, P Burnap, O Rana
Sociological research online 18 (3), 74-84, 2013
Detecting tension in online communities with computational Twitter analysis
P Burnap, OF Rana, N Avis, M Williams, W Housley, A Edwards, J Morgan, ...
Technological Forecasting and Social Change 95, 96-108, 2015
Digital social research, social media and the sociological imagination: Surrogacy, augmentation and re-orientation
A Edwards, W Housley, M Williams, L Sloan, M Williams
International journal of social research methodology 16 (3), 245-260, 2013
Crime sensing with big data: The affordances and limitations of using open-source communications to estimate crime patterns
ML Williams, P Burnap, L Sloan
The British Journal of Criminology 57 (2), 320-340, 2017
Big and broad social data and the sociological imagination: A collaborative response
W Housley, R Procter, A Edwards, P Burnap, M Williams, L Sloan, O Rana, ...
Big Data & Society 1 (2), 2053951714545135, 2014
Policing cyber-neighbourhoods: tension monitoring and social media networks
ML Williams, A Edwards, W Housley, P Burnap, O Rana, N Avis, J Morgan, ...
Policing and society 23 (4), 461-481, 2013
Small data, thick data: Thickening strategies for trace-based social media research
G Latzko-Toth, C Bonneau, M Millette
The SAGE handbook of social media research methods, 199-214, 2017
COSMOS: Towards an integrated and scalable service for analysing social media on demand
P Burnap, O Rana, M Williams, W Housley, A Edwards, J Morgan, L Sloan, ...
International Journal of Parallel, Emergent and Distributed Systems 30 (2 …, 2015
Results of a training course for social workers on engaging fathers in child protection
J Scourfield, R Tolman, N Maxwell, S Holland, A Bullock, L Sloan
Children and Youth Services Review 34 (8), 1425-1432, 2012
Netnography: Radical participative understanding for a networked communications society
R Kozinets
The SAGE handbook of qualitative research in psychology, 374, 2017
Who tweets in the United Kingdom? Profiling the Twitter population using the British social attitudes survey 2015
L Sloan
Social Media+ Society 3 (1), 2056305117698981, 2017
Can’t count or won’t count? Embedding quantitative methods in substantive sociology curricula: A quasi-experiment
M Williams, L Sloan, SY Cheung, C Sutton, S Stevens, L Runham
Sociology 50 (3), 435-452, 2016
Users’ views of ethics in social media research: Informed consent, anonymity, and harm
ML Williams, P Burnap, L Sloan, C Jessop, H Lepps
The ethics of online research, 2017
Introduction to the handbook of social media research methods: Goals, challenges and innovations
A Quan-Haase, L Sloan
The SAGE handbook of social media research methods 1, 1-9, 2017
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