Matthew Hanchard

Research Associate (Sociology and social studies of science and technology)

Derby, UK

Matthew currently works as a Research Associate for the Wellcome Trust funded 'Orphan drugs: high prices, access to medicines and the transformation of biopharmaceutical innovation’ project (219875/Z/19/Z). His work there revolves around social network analysis, document analysis, and qualitative research on the discourse surrounding rare disease on social media and in pharmaceutical policy. Before joining the University of Sheffield, Matthew worked as a Research Associate at the University of Glasgow for an AHRC funded mixed-methods digital humanities project called ‘Beyond the Multiplex: audience for specialised film in the English regions’ (AH/P005780/2). Whilst there, he lectured/taught on ‘Digital society’ and ‘Quantitative research methods in the social sciences’ and acted as Co-Investigator for a University of Glasgow-Sydney partnership collaboration award (PCA) project called ‘Smart publics: Public perceptions of smart street furniture in London and Glasgow.

Publications

  • Developing a computational ontology to understand the relational aspects of audience formation [version 1; peer review: 2 approved]
  • Exploring the socio-demographics of screen choice for film-viewing
  • Anchoring digital maps
  • Anchoring digital maps
  • Digital Maps and Senses of Security: The Influence of a Veracious Media on Urban Life
  • Being part of an audience: patterns of contemporary film audience experience
  • Public Perceptions of Smart Street Furniture in London and Glasgow: insights for Policy and Practice
  • Inequalities in regional film exhibition: policy, place and audiences
  • Screen Choice: The Relations, Interactions and Articulations of Watching Film
  • Orphan Drugs - Dataset 1
  • Organising travel activities through social network media
  • Exploring contemporary patterns of cultural consumption: offline and online film watching in the UK [version 1; peer review: 2 approved]
  • Beyond the Multiplex: Ontology
  • Beyond the Multiplex - Policy and Industry document analysis
  • Beyond the Multiplex - Interim Findings Report - October 2019
  • Social networks in transit
  • Developing a computational ontology to understand the relational aspects of audience formation
  • Exploring the socio-demographics of screen choice for film-viewing
  • Beyond the Multiplex - Audience Member Interview
  • Exploring the socio-demographics of screen choice for film-viewing
  • Using NVivo to structure a computational ontology
  • Through falling in love it’s like he’s seeing this landscape, seeing that beauty
  • Using mixed-methods, a data model and a computational ontology in film audience research
  • Using a computational ontology and mixed-methods in conceptualising film audiences
  • Engaging digital maps: citizens’ uneven potential to effect change vs. the legitimation of an error-prone image of the world
  • Using mixed-methods, a data model and a computational ontology in film audience research
  • " Through Falling in Love It’s Like He’s Seeing This Landscape, Seeing That Beauty": The Film Worlds of'God’s Own Country'
  • 7 Social networks in transit
  • " Through Falling in Love It’s Like He’s Seeing This Landscape, Seeing That Beauty": The Film Worlds of’God’s Own Country’
  • Through falling in love it’s like he’s seeing this landscape, seeing that beauty
  • Beyond the Multiplex: R script for Latent Class Analyses
  • Beyond the Multiplex - Three-wave Survey
  • Beyond the Multiplex - Film Elicitation
  • Modelling Socio-Cultural Factors in Film Genre Preferences: Empirically Comparing Bourdieu, Bauman and Goldthorpe
  • Developing a Computational Ontology from Mixed-Methods Research: A Workflow and Its Challenges
  • Exploring contemporary patterns of cultural consumption: offline and online film watching in the UK
  • Anchoring digital maps as rough guides: a practice-orientated digital sociology of map use
  • Developing a Computational Ontology from Mixed-Methods Research: A Workflow and Its Challenges
  • Engaging Digital Maps: Citizens’ Uneven Potential to Effect Change vs. the Legitimation of an Error-prone Image of the World
  • Engaging digital maps: citizens’ uneven potential to effect change vs. the legitimation of an error-prone image of the world
  • Digital maps and anchored time: the case for practice theory
  • Developing a Computational Ontology from Mixed-Methods Research: A workflow and It’s challenges
  • Digital maps and anchored time
  • Using a Computational Ontology and Mixed-Methods in Conceptualising Film Audiences
  • Using mixed-methods, a data model and a computational ontology in film audience research
  • Opening our eyes: how film contributes to the culture of the UK-Appendix 4: Cultural consumption survey data
  • Using a Computational Ontology and Mixed-Methods in Conceptualising Film Audiences
  • Modelling Socio-Cultural Factors in Film Genre Preferences: Empirically Comparing Bourdieu, Bauman and Goldthorpe
  • Developing a Computational Ontology from Mixed-Methods Research: A workflow and It’s challenges
  • Using NVivo to structure a computational ontology
  • Practised curation
  • Practice Hacks
  • How to define and treat materials in social theories of practice
  • Digital Citizens and their Use of Maps: How Digital Technologies Increase and Restrict Individual Agency in Everyday Life
  • Using Data Ontology to Understand the Relational Dynamics of Film Audiences
  • Digital maps and anchored time: the case for practice theory
  • Organising travel activities through social network media: insight from a qualitative study of urban dwellers
  • Digital Citizens and their Use of Maps: How Digital Technologies Increase and Restrict Individual Agency in Everyday Life
  • Using Data Ontology to Understand the Relational Dynamics of Film Audiences
  • How to define and treat materials in social theories of practice: Exploring the role materials
  • How NVivo can help you conquer writer’s block
  • Rough Guides, does situated deferral to defaults anchor action?
  • Practised Curation: How Power Distributed Through Digital Maps Anchors Everyday Life
  • Rough Guides: Does Situated Deferral to Defaults Anchor Action?
  • Practice Hacks: Exploring the Centrality of Materials in Social Change
  • Location-based Services and Urban Navigation: a Qualitative Investigation of Transport Use in Oslo
  • Rough Guides: Does Situated Deferral to Defaults Anchor Action?
  • Location-based Services and Urban Navigation: a Qualitative Investigation of Transport Use in Oslo
  • Practised Curation: How Power Distributed Through Digital Maps Anchors Everyday Life
  • Practice Hacks: Exploring the Centrality of Materials in Social Change
  • Towards a digital sociology of cartography
  • Location-based services and urban navigation
  • STSM Scientific Report Presentation
  • Towards a Digital Sociology of Cartography
  • PhD Overview
  • How NVivo can help you conquer writer’s block
  • PhD Overview
  • STSM Scientific Report Presentation
  • Towards a digital sociology of cartography
  • How NVivo can help you conquer writer’s block
  • Digital Cartography and users
  • Digital Citizens and their use of Maps
  • Anchoring digital maps as rough guides
  • PRACTICE HACKS
  • Category Archives: Towards a Digital Sociology of Cartography
  • Google Street-View: shaping the identity of spaces
  • Towards a Digital Sociology of Cartography
  • Digital Citizens and their use of Maps
  • Digital Cartography and users
  • Anchoring digital maps as rough guides
  • ’Modelling socio-cultural factors in film genre
  • ’Modelling socio-cultural factors in film genre
  • The Design and Public Imaginaries of Smart Street Furniture
  • The construction of rare disease discourse on YouTube: highlighting a disparity between policy rhetoric and patient practices around public engagement [version 1; peer review: awaiting peer review]
  • Orphan Drugs - Dataset 2 - YouTube rare disease issue-network
  • Have Digital Maps Altered Our Experience of Urban Surroundings?
  • The construction of rare disease discourse on YouTube: highlighting a disparity between policy rhetoric and patient practices around public engagement [version 1; peer review: 1 approved with reservations]
  • The dynamics of audience practices
  • Situated, Yet Silent: Data Relations in Smart Street Furniture
  • The construction of rare disease discourse on YouTube: highlighting a disparity between policy rhetoric and patient practices around public engagement

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