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Identifying Claims in Social Science Literature Poster wins Honorable Mention at iConference 2013
CIRSS Associate Director Catherine Blake, Assistant Professor Kate Williams, doctoral students Shameem Ahmed and Noah Lenstra, and masters student Qiyuan Liu received an Honorable Mention Award at iConference 2013 for their poster "Identifying Claims in Social Science Literature". The poster demonstrated application of Professor Blake's Claim Framework to social science literature.
While the Claim Framework was initially developed to capture how scientists communicate findings from an empirical study this was the first application to social science literature. The group explored the degree to which the Claim Framework could capture claims made in two social science research areas: Community Informatics and Information and Communication Technologies for Development.
The poster is available here: http://hdl.handle.net/2142/42061