Marta PobletAssociate Professor and VC's Senior Researcher at RMIT University. Researcher at the UAB Institute of Law and Technology. Geocurious, observer, crisis mapper.
- Andrew Klassen: economic performance and gov finances explain 30-40% of variation in satisfaction with #democracy #APSA2017 21 minutes ago
- Andrew Klassen presenting his research merging large datasets on democracy satisfaction. Great #opendata! #APSA2017 26 minutes ago
- . @robertofoa: #Democratic decline is mostly occurring endogenously, both widespread and shallow #APSA2017 42 minutes ago
Category Archives: social media
This is an update of the post I wrote on crowdsourced constitutional reform in 2011. Constitution-making can be broadly defined as a set of activities intended to produce a constitution, the highest law of a state. To the UN Rule … Continue reading →
[Cross posted at the Money, Data, and Privacy blog] Big data from social media is increasingly used in disaster management procedures. The speed at which big social data feeds travel across the networks has already been leveraged at the early … Continue reading →
On 11 September 2013, Catalonia’s national day, approximately 1,600,000 Catalans joined hands along Catalonia’s coastline to form “The Catalan Way towards Independence” a 400-kilometre (250-mile) human chain. The Catalan Way was inspired in the 1989 Baltic Way chain that called … Continue reading →