THE CURRENT ISSUE OF M&K, WITH A SPECIAL FOCUS ON “RESEARCH SOFTWARE IN COMMUNICATION AND MEDIA RESEARCH,” INCLUDES CONTRIBUTIONS FROM SEVERAL KOFI MEMBERS.
In their introduction to the special issue “Beyond the Computational Turn: Methodological Development and Research Software in Communication and Media Studies,” Andreas Hepp, Wiebke Loosen and Uwe Hasebrink emphasize the increasing importance of research software in communication and media studies to support various methodological approaches. In another article entitled “Co-Creation as a Development Method: On Possibilities and Limits of Participatory Research Software Development Using the Example of
the Sorting Software MeSort and Diary Software MeTag”, Florian Hohmann describes experiences with the co-creation approach from a research software project at ZeMKI.
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