Open Movements: Praktiken, Ziele und Selbstbild der Open Knowledge Foundation

peter.suber's bookmarks 2013-04-06


From Google's English: "With this post I want to do, results from my empirical work here present in the blog. In my master thesis I have a total of eight interviews with members of the Open Knowledge Foundation Germany  led (FFL), and this (along with various documents such as the Open Definition ) quality according to the method of  grounded theory evaluated. First, the various statements can be reduced in the data collected on their general core, in order to form concepts and categories, and to clarify the conditions and consequences as well as the relationships between them (Krotz 2005: 175). This can then form into a category system to describe the object of study as closely as possible by disclosing the abstract sense of the structures involved. Ultimately a result of so-called 'data-based theory' is - a grounded theory so. 
Specifically, it is in my master's thesis on the relationship between practices, goals, and self-image of OKF. The preliminary  evaluation results I present below. The used quotes are from the interviews that I conducted with the members...."


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Date tagged:

04/06/2013, 17:30

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04/06/2013, 13:30