Katharina Kinder-Kurlanda
Katharina Kinder-Kurlanda
Verified email at
Cited by
Cited by
Bias in data‐driven artificial intelligence systems—An introductory survey
E Ntoutsi, P Fafalios, U Gadiraju, V Iosifidis, W Nejdl, ME Vidal, S Ruggieri, ...
Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Data Mining and Knowledge Discovery 10 (3 …, 2020
Controllable accountabilities: the Internet of Things and its challenges for organisations
D Boos, H Guenter, G Grote, K Kinder
Behaviour & Information Technology 32 (5), 449-467, 2013
Internet research ethics for the social age: New challenges, cases, and contexts
M Zimmer, K Kinder-Kurlanda
Peter Lang International Academic Publishers, 2017
Can security become a routine?: a study of organizational change in an agile software development group
A Poller, L Kocksch, S Türpe, FA Epp, K Kinder-Kurlanda
Proceedings of the 2017 ACM Conference on Computer Supported Cooperative …, 2017
Sensor networks or smart artifacts? An exploration of organizational issues of an industrial health and safety monitoring system
G Kortuem, D Alford, L Ball, J Busby, N Davies, C Efstratiou, J Finney, ...
International Conference on Ubiquitous Computing, 465-482, 2007
A manifesto for data sharing in social media research
K Weller, KE Kinder-Kurlanda
Proceedings of the 8th ACM Conference on Web Science, 166-172, 2016
The practical and ethical challenges in acquiring and sharing digital trace data: Negotiating public-private partnerships
J Breuer, L Bishop, K Kinder-Kurlanda
New Media & Society 22 (11), 2058-2080, 2020
Archiving information from geotagged tweets to promote reproducibility and comparability in social media research
K Kinder-Kurlanda, K Weller, W Zenk-Möltgen, J Pfeffer, F Morstatter
Big Data & Society 4 (2), 2053951717736336, 2017
Uncovering the challenges in collection, sharing and documentation: The hidden data of social media research?
K Weller, K Kinder-Kurlanda
Proceedings of the International AAAI Conference on Web and Social Media 9 (1), 2015
Characterizing the Global Crowd Workforce: A Cross-Country Comparison of Crowdworker Demographics
L Posch, A Bleier, F Flöck, CM Lechner, K Kinder-Kurlanda, D Helic, ...
Human Computation 9 (1), 22-57, 2022
Social media monitoring of the campaigns for the 2013 german bundestag elections on facebook and twitter
L Kaczmirek, P Mayr, R Vatrapu, A Bleier, M Blumenberg, T Gummer, ...
arXiv preprint arXiv:1312.4476, 2013
Conceptualizing a Spatial Data Infrastructure for the Social Sciences: An Example from Germany
S Schweers, K Kinder-kurlanda, S Müller, P Siegers
Journal of Map & Geography Libraries 12 (1), 100-126, 2016
"I always feel it must be great to be a hacker!" The role of interdisciplinary work in social media research
K Kinder-Kurlanda, K Weller
Proceedings of the 2014 ACM conference on Web science, 91-98, 2014
Hinweise zum Datenschutz: Rechtlicher Rahmen und Maßnahmen zur datenschutzgerechten Archivierung sozialwissenschaftlicher Forschungsdaten
K Kinder-Kurlanda, O Watteler
DEU 2015, 23, 2015
Ubiquitous technologies, cultural logics and paternalism in industrial workplaces
KE Kinder, LJ Ball, JS Busby
Poiesis & Praxis 5 (3-4), 265-290, 2008
Source Criticism of Data Platform Logics on the Internet
G Koch, K Kinder-Kurlanda
Historical Social Research/Historische Sozialforschung 45 (3), 270-287, 2020
To share or not to share?: Ethical challenges in sharing social media-based research data
K Weller, K Kinder-Kurlanda
Internet research ethics for the social age: New challenges, cases, and …, 2017
Anonymisierung und sicherer Umgang mit Forschungsdaten in der empirischen Sozialforschung
O Watteler, KE Kinder-Kurlanda
Datenschutz und Datensicherheit-DuD 39 (8), 515-519, 2015
“I love thinking about ethics!" Perspectives on ethics in social media research
K Weller, K Kinder-Kurlanda
Selected Papers of Internet Research 4, 2014
Web futures: Inclusive, intelligent, sustainable the 2020 manifesto for web science
B Berendt, F Gandon, S Halford, W Hall, JA Hendler, KE Kinder-Kurlanda, ...
Schloss Dagstuhl-LZI GmbH, 2021
The system can't perform the operation now. Try again later.
Articles 1–20