Theoretical debates, research approaches and discursive regimes pertaining to the datafication of everyday life, data and living environments, and the quantified control of the future. Emphasis on the production of databased knowledge and the influence data have on the material and social world.

Course presentations include:
Week 1 - Introduction – Data Stories and Conceptualizing data?
Week 2 - Facts & Data
Week 3 - Indicators & Categorization
Week 4 - Mapping
Week 5 - Administrative and Survey Data
Week 6 - Standards
Week 7 - Big Data
Week 8 - Probability and Risk
Week 9 - Data Infrastructure
Week 10 - Data Day 4.0
Week 11 - Assemblages, Genealogies and Dynamic Nominalism

COMS5225
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Lauriault, T.P. (2017). Critical Data Studies 2017 - COMS5225. Lauriault - Course collection. doi:10.22215/tplauriault.courses.2017.coms.5225