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Patrick Sweeney is a PhD candidate in Critical Social/Personality Psychology and a Digital Fellow at the Graduate Center, CUNY.

His psychologically-rooted interdisciplinary work engages with the history and philosophy of science, media and communication studies, and theories of justice.

His dissertation traces the development of methods for quantifying human experience in psychology, business, and politics; and shows how their entwined histories animate current controversies surrounding the use of personal digital data in research, propaganda, and marketing.

He has published on topics including the ethics of social media data in psychological research, critical conceptual analyses of social categories, media representations of social identities and urban change after trauma, and the theory and praxis of ethics and methods pedagogy.


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