Heather Ford

Oxford Internet Institute

Doctoral Student

1 St. Giles

University of Oxford

Oxford OX1 3PG Oxfordshire, Oxfordshire OX1 3JS

United Kingdom

http://www.oii.ox.ac.uk/people/?id=286

University of Leeds School of Media and Communication

University Academic Fellow

United Kingdom

http://media.leeds.ac.uk

SCHOLARLY PAPERS

5

DOWNLOADS

381

CITATIONS

0

Scholarly Papers (5)

1.

Wikipedia Sources: Managing Sources in Rapidly Evolving Global News Articles on the English Wikipedia

Number of pages: 57 Posted: 10 Aug 2012
Heather Ford
Oxford Internet Institute
Downloads 52 (291,703)

Abstract:

Wikipedia, sources, NPOV, Egyptian Revolution, ethnography, collaboration

2.

Infoboxes and Cleanup Tags: Artifacts of Wikipedia Newsmaking

Ford, H. (2014). Infoboxes and cleanup tags: Artifacts of Wikipedia newsmaking. Journalism, 1464884914545739. doi:10.1177/1464884914545739
Number of pages: 19 Posted: 03 Sep 2014 Last Revised: 03 Nov 2014
Heather Ford
Oxford Internet Institute
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Abstract:

User generated content, participatory media, journalism practice, Wikipedia, materiality, power, actor networks, socio-technical systems

3.

Provenance, Power and Place: Linked Data and Opaque Digital Geographies

Environment and Planning D: Society and Space, Forthcoming
Number of pages: 13 Posted: 23 Aug 2016
Heather Ford and Mark Graham
Oxford Internet Institute and University of Oxford - Oxford Internet Institute
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Abstract:

4.

Semantic Cities: Coded Geopolitics and the Rise of the Semantic Web

'Code and the City' (in press) edited by Rob Kitchin and Sung-Yueh Perng, published by Routledge, Forthcoming
Number of pages: 24 Posted: 03 Nov 2015
Heather Ford and Mark Graham
Oxford Internet Institute and University of Oxford - Oxford Internet Institute
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Abstract:

data politics, semantic web, linked data, search, Wikipedia, Wikidata, Google, representation, critical data studies

5.

Trace Interviews: An Actor-Centered Approach

International Journal of Communication 9(2015)
Posted: 08 Oct 2015
Elizabeth Dubois and Heather Ford
University of Oxford - Oxford Internet Institute and Oxford Internet Institute

Abstract:

digital methods, qualitative research, political communications, mixed methods, trace data