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Jim Thatcher
University of Washington Tacoma
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Data colonialism through accumulation by dispossession: New metaphors for daily data
J Thatcher, D O’Sullivan, D Mahmoudi
Environment and Planning D: Society and Space 34 (6), 990-1006, 2016
3012016
What does a critical data studies look like, and why do we care? Seven points for a critical approach to ‘big data’
C Dalton, J Thatcher
Society and Space open site, 2014
2412014
What does a critical data studies look like, and why do we care? Seven points for a critical approach to ‘big data’. Society and Space
C Dalton, J Thatcher
241*2014
Critical data studies: A dialog on data and space
CM Dalton, L Taylor, J Thatcher
Big Data & Society 3 (1), 2053951716648346, 2016
1942016
Big data, big questions| Living on fumes: Digital footprints, data fumes, and the limitations of spatial big data
J Thatcher
International Journal of Communication 8, 19, 2014
1892014
Revisiting critical GIS
J Thatcher, L Bergmann, B Ricker, R Rose-Redwood, D O'Sullivan, ...
Environment and Planning A 48 (5), 815-824, 2016
812016
Inflated granularity: spatial “big data” and geodemographics
CM Dalton, J Thatcher
Big Data & Society 2 (2), 2053951715601144, 2015
752015
Visualizing new political ecologies: A critical data studies analysis of the World Bank’s renewable energy resource mapping initiative
J McCarthy, J Thatcher
Geoforum 102, 242-254, 2019
612019
Avoiding the ghetto through hope and fear: An analysis of immanent technology using ideal types
J Thatcher
GeoJournal 78 (6), 967-980, 2013
592013
Spatiality, maps, and mathematics in critical human geography: Toward a repetition with difference
D O'Sullivan, L Bergmann, JE Thatcher
The Professional Geographer 70 (1), 129-139, 2018
462018
Computational parasites and hydropower: A political ecology of Bitcoin mining on the Columbia River
N Lally, K Kay, J Thatcher
Environment and Planning E: Nature and Space 5 (1), 18-38, 2022
312022
You are where you go, the commodification of daily life through ‘location’
J Thatcher
Environment and Planning A: Economy and Space 49 (12), 2702-2717, 2017
292017
Volunteered geographic services: Developing a linked data driven location-based service
A Savelyev, S Xu, K Janowicz, C Mülligann, J Thatcher, W Luo
Proceedings of the 1st ACM SIGSPATIAL International Workshop on Spatial …, 2011
292011
From volunteered geographic information to volunteered geographic services
J Thatcher
Crowdsourcing geographic knowledge, 161-173, 2013
242013
Thinking Big data in geography: New regimes, new research
J Thatcher, A Shears, J Eckert
U of Nebraska Press, 2018
202018
Evolving technology, shifting expectations: cultivating pedagogy for a rapidly changing GIS landscape
B Ricker, J Thatcher
Journal of Geography in Higher Education 41 (3), 368-382, 2017
182017
“Smart” discourses, the limits of representation, and new regimes of spatial data
C Dalton, C Wilmott, E Fraser, J Thatcher
Annals of the American Association of Geographers 110 (2), 485-496, 2020
172020
Critical data, critical technology in theory and practice
R Burns, CM Dalton, JE Thatcher
The Professional Geographer 70 (1), 126-128, 2018
172018
What does a critical data studies look like, and why do we care? Seven points for a critical approach to ‘‘Big Data.’’Society and Space Open Site
C Dalton, J Thatcher
172014
The object of mobile spatial data, the subject in mobile spatial research
J Thatcher
Big Data & Society 3 (2), 2053951716659092, 2016
122016
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