codification of audience/consumer data collection methods

Lately I’ve been deep in a project of codifying methods of data collection and analysis. I’m trying to streamline my own methods, make them more efficient. In a way, I’m trying to know more by collecting less by being more precise and capably specific.  The project is an attempt to answer questions like: In what contexts are certain forms of data more or less valid? What kinds of contexts give rise to the need for what kinds of facts? The goal is a theory of data, developed inside the arenas of economic and political action in which actors communicate with audiences.

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