What Data Can’t Do
This article from The New Yorker examines the power of data, what it can and can't do and also the dangers of relying on it to help social policy.
There are a range of historical and contemporary examples included and the author highlights how data (and algorithms) can have far reaching consequences in terms of bias if used inappropriately.
The article could be used for the Research Methods unit (quantitative data, demographics).
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