Social science has long depended on data generated from government sources—from the US census to climate and environmental data—to address problems and advance informed policy for the public good. In a new essay concluding Items’ “Just Environments” series, Lindsey Dillon and Christopher Sellers from the Environmental Data and Governance Initiative (EDGI) identify the dangers of […]
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The Social Science Research Council’s Digital Culture program is issuing a call to our networks, fellows, and the scholarly community in general for personal stories of government data use.
May 1, 2017