Web 2.0, mobile applications, big-data systems, virtual environments and simulations, geographical information systems and social networks are nowadays affecting our way of understanding and acting in the real world. The way people cooperate with scientists in coding, decoding, recording, interpreting and transforming information through web 2.0 software and interactive technologies is changing the methods for doing social research itself.
|Title of host publication||The SAGE Handbook of Action Research|
|Publication status||Published - 2015|
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Certomà, C., & Pimbert, M. (2015). CROWDSOURCING AND ACTION RESEARCH. FOSTERING PEOPLE’S PARTICIPATION IN RESEARCH THROUGH DIGITAL MEDIA. In H. Bradbury (Ed.), The SAGE Handbook of Action Research (Vol. 3rd edition). SAGE Publications.