O fim do virtual: os métodos digitais

  • Richard Rogers
Palavras-chave: métodos digitais, pesquisa em internet, digitalização

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Publicado originalmente como capítulo 1 do livro Digital Methods (MIT Press, 2013). Tradução de Carlos d’Andréa (docente pelo PPGCOM/UFMG) e Tiago Barcelos P. Salgado (doutorando pelo PPGCOM/UFMG e bolsista CAPES/PROEX UFMG). Ambos são pesquisadores pelo NucCon, grupo de pesquisa vinculado ao CCNM/UFMG.

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2016-12-22
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Rogers, R. (2016). O fim do virtual: os métodos digitais. Lumina, 10(3). https://doi.org/10.34019/1981-4070.2016.v10.21353