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  1. Algorithmic Life

    Calculative Devices in the Age of Big Data

    Edited by Louise Amoore, Volha Piotukh

    Amid the proliferating cross-disciplinary discussion of ‘big data’ and algorithms, there is currently a lack of academic work on the changing landscape of calculative technologies and devices, this volume critically explores forms and techniques of calculation that emerge with digital...

    To Be Published September 1st 2015 by Routledge

  2. Electoral Survey Methodologies

    Insight into Japan's Computer Assisted Methods

    Edited by Masaru Kohno, Yoshitaka Nishizawa

    Series: Routledge-WIAS Interdisciplinary Studies

    This book provides insights from "Computer Assisted Self-Administered Interview" (CASI) surveys conducted in Japan, and demonstrates how such technology-aided methods can expand the horizon of public opinion research. While it has been some time since computer technologies were first...

    To Be Published December 30th 2015 by Routledge

  3. Hamas, Political Violence and Popular Support

    An Empirical Study

    By Richard Davis

    Series: Contemporary Terrorism Studies

    The book offers an in-depth empirical examination into the environmental conditions that shape and are shaped by Hamas’s use of violence in the Palestinian-Israeli Conflict. The empirical examination begins with the group’s formation in 1987 (and refers to foundations much earlier) and ends...

    To Be Published December 31st 2015 by Routledge

  4. Experimentation in Political Science and Public Policy

    By Peter John

    Series: Routledge Studies in Experimental Political Science

    An experiment occurs when people manipulate the world in order to understand causal relationships. The secret in science is to have precise control of the different elements to the experiment, and then to measure carefully what happens during and after the intervention. It is this precision of...

    To Be Published February 15th 2016 by Routledge

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