I am a doctoral student in the department of Communication at the University of Washington, and I study the interrelationships between technology and the political world. I am also a 2009-10 HASTAC scholar.
Deen Freelon is a second-year (2009-10) Ph.D. student in the Department of Communication at the University of Washington, Seattle. His primary research interests concern the changing relationships between technology and politics, and encompass the analysis of such content as weblogs, web forums, civic engagement web sites, and other forms of political mass media. He is also developing a secondary interest in quantitative research methods, one product of which is the online intercoder reliability calculator ReCal which is available at: http://dfreelon.org/utils/recalfront/ . He spends much of his time collaborating with various research teams under his adviser, W. Lance Bennett, in the UW-based Center for Communication and Civic Engagement.
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