Each answer should be about 300-400 words and should include direct quotations from the course readings or videos you are working with.
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Question 2: Answer all 5 parts of this question! Total 300-400 words
So far this semester we have studied Indigenous histories, knowledges and media art as a way to start thinking about the inter-relations of humans, animals, machines (and the environment) and we studied critical data studies in connection with critical race studies and feminist data studies. 1 set of readings link these two sections of our course: The Global Indigenous Alliance Data Alliance Be FAIR and CARE readings.
3a) What are the FAIR and CARE principle?
3b) Why do they matter?
3c) What is the difference between them?
3d) Why were the CARE principles developed?
3e) What does the Indigenous date sovereignty movement contribute to critical data studies?
In this answer be sure to reference the Guidelines for Data Sharing Respecting Indigenous Data Sovereignty and the Global Indigenous Data Alliance: C.A.R.E. Principles
Guidelines for Data Sharing Respecting Indigenous Data Sovereignty https://static1.squarespace.com/static/5d3799de845604000199cd24/t/5efd44b0d622956abbece710/1593656506639/GIDA-RDA+Indigenous+Peoples+COVID-19+Recommendations+and+Guidelines%2C+30+June+2020_Endorsed-Final_0.pdf (Links to an external site.)
Global Indigenous Data Alliance: C.A.R.E. Principles https://www.gida-global.org/care
Question 3: Answer all three parts of this question! Total 300-400 words
In their essay What Does A Critical Data Studies Look Like, And Why Do We Care? Dalton and Thatcher argue that social context is fundamental in both the production and interpretation of meaning
2a) According to Dalton and Thatcher, what is social context in the study of data? Give
3 examples from their essay. (You may add additional examples of your own.)
2b) What does it mean to be quantified through data collecting via your everyday interactions? What is a quantified life?
2c) Referencing Tonia Sutherlands Making a Killing and Jared Ball and Safiya Nobles video “Media Coverage and the Political Economy of Black Death,” how is death quantified towards media value and why is this a problem?
Dalton, Craig & Jim Thatcher. What does a Critical Data Studies Look Like and Why Do we Care? Society & Space. May 12, 2014. https://www.societyandspace.org/articles/what-does-a-critical-data-studies-look-like-and-why-do-we-care
Sutherland, Tonia. Making a Killing: On Race, Ritual, and (Re) Membering in Digital Culture. Preservation, Digital Technology & Culture, vol. 46, no. 1, 2017, pp. 3240. https://criticalracedigitalstudies.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/07/sutherland_makingakilling_pdtc.pdf (Links to an external site.)
Cifor, Marika and Patricia Garcia, T.L. Cowan, Jasmine Rault, Tonia Sutherland, Anita Say Chan, Jennifer Rode, Anna Lauren Hoffmann and Niloufar Salehi, and Lisa Nakamura: The Feminist Data Manifest-NO https://www.manifestno.com/
“Media Coverage and the Political Economy of Black Death” Jared Ball in conversation with Prof. Safiya Noble. @imixwhatilike