Global Social Media Impact Study
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Events

Panel: Social Media and Inequality

A special panel exploring the relationship between the everyday use of social media and the concept of inequality at the ASA Conference. More...

Starts: Apr 15, 2015 9:15:00 AM

Panel: Global social media – 9 ethnographic studies

The Global Social Media Impact Study team present their research at the Anthropology in London conference. More...

Starts: Jun 15, 2015 9:30:00 AM

Join our team

Although there are currently no paid positions available in our team, we are always interested in working with committed individuals with interests and previous expertise in areas such as anthropology, ethnography, social media, film or dissemination who are willing to collaborate with us on to this exciting project. If you are interested in getting involved, please contact r.nicolescu@ucl.ac.uk.

Research Team

The Global Social Media Impact Study brings together a team of leading anthropological researchers from around the world, supported by experts in social media and dissemination, to conduct nine ground-breaking ethnographies that aim to advance our understanding of the role of social media in society today.

Group photo of research team
Researcher Fieldsite
Daniel Miller (Principal Investigator) United Kingdom
Elisabetta Costa Turkey
Jolynna Sinanan Trinidad
Juliano Spyer Brazil
Nell Haynes Chile
Razvan Nicolescu Italy
Shriram Venkatraman India
Tom McDonald China North
Xinyuan Wang China South

Honorary Fellows
Our research team is supported through collaboration with a number of honorary project fellows.


European Research CouncilEuropean UnionUCL Department of Anthropology

Grant number: ERC Project 2011-AdG-295486 SocNet
Project title: Social Network Sites and Social Science