SOCI 5202/6202 Digital Ethnography
SOCI 5203/6203 Social Science Text Mining
INSD 5200 Digital Social Science
Data from digital technologies allow us to gain unprecedented insights into human behavior, social networks, and social inequalities. This course introduces students to the social dimensions of digital technologies, surveys empirical social science research on major social challenges associated with contemporary digital technologies and offers students new possibilities of how to study society using digital research tools
INSD 5210 Theories of the Information Society
This course provides the intellectual foundations for the Digital Sociology Graduate Certificate. The course surveys the most influential social science theoretical frameworks that have been developed 1) to facilitate analysis of the social impacts of information technologies, and 2) as new paradigms for conducting empirical research with internet-based data.
INSD 5220 Digital Research Methods
This course provides the methodological foundations for the Digital Sociology Graduate Certificate. The course surveys the most widely used contemporary digital social research methods.
INSD 5230 Advanced Digital Research Methods
INSD 5240 Social Simulations
For more information on digital social science course offerings at UNT you can visit the DSS initiative home page.