POQ Special Issue Webinar: New Data in Social and Behavioral Research
Thursday, July 14, 2022
11:00 AM – 12:30 PM ET
DC-AAPOR invites you to this panel event featuring authors from the 2021 Special Issue of Public Opinion Quarterly: “New Data in Social and Behavioral Research.” Authors will discuss their work in the 2021 special issue, as well as what questions and research they have pursued since that publication.
Tickets are free for DC-AAPOR members, $10 for nonmembers.
Sign up and read panelist bios on Eventbrite!
- Fredrick G Conrad, University of Michigan
- Florian Keusch, University of Mannheim
- Michael F Schober, The New School
- Kaiping Chen, University of Wisconsin-Madison
- Stefan McCabe, Northeastern University
- David Rothschild, Microsoft Research
- Avital Livny, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
- Indira Sen, GESIS Leibniz Institute for Social Sciences
- Bella Struminskaya, Utrecht University
DC-AAPOR Book Club 2.0
Do you love being on the top of best practices and latest trends in our field but can’t find time for all that?
When you do table your professional reading list, ever wish you could ask the author or editor a direct question?
If you answered “yes!” or even “no, but that sounds intriguing!” to either question, your DC-AAPOR has the must-attend event series for you!
Calling all bookworms! Burrow your way into new or developing survey and public opinion research.
– Hear from the authors or editors themselves
– Take a sneak peek at details you may have missed
– Engage with others of similar interests
Having read the book is not a requirement of attending. You can use the session as an opportunity to learn about the book before you read it!
Please register for each session individually that you plan to attend.
Each session is free to attend.
Wednesday, August 21, 2022
12:00 – 1:00 PM ET
Claire McKay Bowen: Protecting Your Privacy in a Data-Driven World
Publication date: November 2021
About the book:
At what point does the sacrifice to our personal information outweigh the public good?
If public policymakers had access to our personal and confidential data, they could make more evidence-based, data-informed decisions that could accelerate economic recovery and improve COVID-19 vaccine distribution. However, access to personal data comes at a steep privacy cost for contributors, especially underrepresented groups.
Protecting Your Privacy in a Data-Driven World is a practical, nontechnical guide that explains the importance of balancing these competing needs and calls for careful consideration of how data are collected and disseminated by our government and the private sector. Not addressing these concerns can harm the same communities policymakers are trying to protect through data privacy and confidentiality legislation.
Click here to register for the upcoming session.
More information will be provided for other events as it becomes available. We look forward to seeing you at our future events!