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Trois sociologues dans un fauteuil. : Ce que le basculement numérique contraint fait aux conditions d’enquête et aux matériaux recueillis

Abstract : Social scientists did not wait for the outbreak of the pandemic, at the beginning of 2020, to conduct research in virtual environments. By making many physical sites inaccessible. The coronavirus crisis has led many researchers to integrate digital tools into their fieldwork protocols, willy-nilly. Based on three ongoing doctoral projects, conducted in professional and domestic environments and mobilizing various qualitative methods, this article shows how digital shift recomposes and reframes, in the Goffmanian sense of the term, both the fields and relationships of inquiry as well as the content and nature of the collected materials.
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Aliénor Balaudé, Charlotte Glinel, Julie Madon. Trois sociologues dans un fauteuil. : Ce que le basculement numérique contraint fait aux conditions d’enquête et aux matériaux recueillis. Socio-anthropologie, Publications de la Sorbonne, 2022, pp.213-229. ⟨10.4000/socio-anthropologie.11611⟩. ⟨hal-03628093⟩

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