Practical Ethics in Social Media Research: The greatest good for the greatest number?
The amount of social media data readily available to anyone inclined to look is staggering. This raises important questions about the principles around analysing individuals’ data. What can be done to ensure social media data research is as conscientious as it is revealing?
Research futures: Drivers and scenarios for the next decade
In ten years’ time, the research ecosystem will look very different. New scenarios on the future of research from Elsevier and Ipsos MORI uncover the biggest drivers of change shaping how knowledge will be produced and shared in the future.
Discover Understanding SocietyThrough Understanding Society, we see society through the broad range of social and political research we and others conduct, in the belief that this leads to better politics, policy and practice.
Shakespeare still shocks - even in Virtual Reality
Ipsos MORI and The Royal Shakespeare Company partnered on an innovative programme of research to explore the emotional engagement of theatre, live to cinema and a virtual reality experience when watching a performance of Titus Andronicus - Shakespeare’s bloodiest play.