Referanduma Saatler Kala Ulusa Sesleniyorum

Sevgili arkadaşlar. Son aylarda geleceğimden ziyade günlük geçimsel dertlere yoğunlaştığımdan blog veya araştırma yazısı paylaşamadım. Bildiğiniz gibi yarın önemli bir gün. Sizi gerenlerden veya moralinizi bozanlardan ziyade beni dinlemenizi rica edeceğim. ABD seçiminde yanıldım. Brexit meselesinde yanıldım. Bunlar çok ucu ucuna sıkışmış, pek garantisi olmayan şeylerdi. Evet/Hayır meselesi böyle bir şey değil. Eğer bir yamuk yapılmazsa referandum sonucu ‘hayır’ çıkacak. Continue reading “Referanduma Saatler Kala Ulusa Sesleniyorum”

Announcement: Annenberg-Oxford Media Policy Summer Institute 2017 – Application Deadline Extended

The deadline has been extended for applications to the 19th annual Annenberg-Oxford Media Policy Summer Institute, to be held from Monday, June 26 to Friday, July 7, 2017 at the University of Oxford. Applications are now due by Friday, April 14
For eighteen years, the Institute has brought together top early career communications scholars, media lawyers and regulators, human rights activists, and policymakers from countries around the world to discuss the effects of technology and policy from a global and multidisciplinary perspective. The Summer Institute provides participants with an intensive two week curriculum that combines expert instruction from media policymakers and scholars with hands-on activities such as stakeholder mapping, policy analysis, group case studies, and participant presentations.
The 2017 Annenberg-Oxford Summer Institute seeks applicants whose research or work is related to the relationship between international media laws and national jurisdictions, online censorship and surveillance, media activism and political change, the impact of social media on the public sphere, the role of corporations in media governance, strategic communications and propaganda, media access issues, online extremism and hate speech, net neutrality, and global internet governance processes. Applications are encouraged from students studying communication, sociology, political science, international relations, information studies, and related disciplines. Practitioners working in media, law, policy, regulation, and technology are also encouraged to apply.
The Institute endeavors to broaden and expand the pool of talented young scholars engaged in media studies and to connect these individuals to elite scholars and practitioners from around the world. The main goals of the program are to facilitate interdisciplinary dialogue and build spaces for collaboration between scholars, policymakers, and practitioners. The Institute’s alumni are a vibrant group who continue to engage in the program, collaborate through network ties, and have become leaders at the top national and international nonprofits, advocacy organizations, government agencies, corporations, and academic institutions. Past institutes have included participants from India, Kenya, Brazil, the Philippines, Jordan, Turkey, Pakistan, China, Italy, Israel, Colombia, Iran, Myanmar, South Sudan, Nigeria, as well as 89 other countries.

Applicants can make an account and apply now via our online portal. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis before the April 14 deadline, so please submit as soon as possible. Several partial scholarships are available to top applicants. For more information about the program and the application, please email see our FAQ page or email lsh@asc.upenn.edu.

Application link here: https://upennasc.hobsonsradius.com/ssc/aform/M00E4GfI670c0x67023M.ssc 

Pes Ediyorum: Beni Siz Delirtiniz

Tekrar tekrar merhaba. Burada 14 Nisan 2016’dan beri herhangi bir şey, 19 Ocak 2016’dan beri ağırlıklı olarak fikir içeren bir şey, Eylül 2015’ten beri ise ‘blog’ denebilecek, kişisel sayılabilecek bir şey paylaşmadığımın gayet farkındayım. Beni sadece buradan takip eden pek yoktur sanırım ama hadi öyle bir kabulde bulunalım. Beni soracaksanız pek iyi değilim, olmam da normal olmazdı zaten. Continue reading “Pes Ediyorum: Beni Siz Delirtiniz”

Twitter Network Analysis and Visualisation with Netlytic and Gephi 0.9.1

Data visualisation has always had importance in social sciences. Visualising data has several advantages including but not limited to making sense of complex issues in an easier and appealing way. This post will serve as a tutorial for researchers and enthusiasts around the world who are interested in making sense of Twitter data and visualising social networks in general. Continue reading “Twitter Network Analysis and Visualisation with Netlytic and Gephi 0.9.1”

“How does news on terrorism spread on twitter? #Peacetalk by @yusufsalman Tomorrow 12.30 at G160 @BilkentUniv”