Naiyan Jones

Naiyan Jones
Office for National Statistics · Survey Operations

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Collecting and validating economic statistics by day. Social media research by night.

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Introduction
Data analyst at the Office for National Statistic on economic statistics and survey design. Independent academic researcher on social media, particularly Reddit. I am a mixed method researcher with a background in government and non-profits. I have experience in thematic analysis, interviewing, data mining, natural language processing and research ethics.
Education
September 2018 - September 2019
University of Birmingham
Field of study
  • Social Research (Public Policy and Local Government)
September 2013 - September 2016
Aberystwyth University
Field of study
  • History

Publications

Publications (2)
Article
This panel is one of two sessions organized by the AoIR Ethics Working Committee. It collects five papers exploring a broad (but in many ways common) set of ethical dilemmas faced by researchers engaged with specific platforms such as Reddit, Amazon’s Mechanical Turk, and private messaging platforms. These include: a study of people's online conver...
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This article offers a systematic analysis of 727 manuscripts that used Reddit as a data source, published between 2010 and 2020. Our analysis reveals the increasing growth in use of Reddit as a data source, the range of disciplines this research is occurring in, how researchers are getting access to Reddit data, the characteristics of the datasets...

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