Sarah Elwood spends much of her time researching Knowledge management, Geographic information system, Volunteered geographic information, Participatory GIS and Geoweb. Her study in Knowledge management is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Structured interview and Construct. Her work on Public participation GIS as part of general Geographic information system research is frequently linked to Information technology and Grassroots, thereby connecting diverse disciplines of science.
The concepts of her Volunteered geographic information study are interwoven with issues in Public participation, Crowdsourcing, Geospatial analysis and Scholarship. Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including World Wide Web and Neogeography. Sarah Elwood interconnects Experiential learning and Credibility in the investigation of issues within Geoweb.
Her primary scientific interests are in Geographic information system, Knowledge management, Poverty, Volunteered geographic information and Public participation GIS. Her Geographic information system study also includes fields such as
Her studies deal with areas such as Geospatial analysis and Geoweb as well as Volunteered geographic information. Her Geospatial analysis study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as World Wide Web and Spatial data infrastructure. Her Geoweb research incorporates elements of The Internet and Public relations.
Sarah Elwood mostly deals with Poverty, Political economy, Gender studies, Development economics and Aesthetics. Her studies in Poverty integrate themes in fields like Social science and Scholarship. You can notice a mix of various disciplines of study, such as The arts, Latin Americans, Ideology, State formation and Social movement, in her Political economy studies.
Her multidisciplinary approach integrates Development economics and Resistance in her work. Queer, Thriving, Digitality and Code are fields of study that overlap with her Aesthetics research.
Her primary areas of investigation include Social science, Ontology, Poverty, Scholarship and Coursework. The various areas that Sarah Elwood examines in her Social science study include Citizen journalism, Digital mapping and Public relations. Her work carried out in the field of Coursework brings together such families of science as Field, Praxis, Engineering ethics and Set.
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“Placing” Interviews: Location and Scales of Power in Qualitative Research
Sarah A. Elwood;Deborah G. Martin.
The Professional Geographer (2000)
Researching Volunteered Geographic Information: Spatial Data, Geographic Research, and New Social Practice
Sarah Elwood;Michael F. Goodchild;Daniel Z. Sui.
Annals of The Association of American Geographers (2012)
Volunteered geographic information: future research directions motivated by critical, participatory, and feminist GIS
Critical Issues in Participatory GIS: Deconstructions, Reconstructions, and New Research Directions
Transactions in Gis (2006)
Crowdsourcing Geographic Knowledge: Volunteered Geographic Information (VGI) in Theory and Practice
Daniel Sui;Sarah Elwood;Michael Goodchild.
Crowdsourcing Geographic Knowledge: Volunteered Geographic Information (VGI) in Theory and Practice (2012)
Beyond Cooptation or Resistance: Urban Spatial Politics, Community Organizations, and GIS-Based Spatial Narratives
Annals of The Association of American Geographers (2006)
Geographic information science: emerging research on the societal implications of the geospatial web:
Progress in Human Geography (2010)
New spatial media, new knowledge politics
Sarah Elwood;Agnieszka Leszczynski.
Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers (2013)
Negotiating Knowledge Production: The Everyday Inclusions, Exclusions, and Contradictions of Participatory GIS Research*
The Professional Geographer (2006)
How and Why Community Groups Use Maps and Geographic Information
William J. Craig;Sarah A. Elwood.
Cartography and Geographic Information Systems (1998)
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