Routledge Companion to Digital Ethnography [Kõva köide]

Edited by (RMIT University, Australia RMIT University, Melbourne RMIT University, Melbourne RMIT University, Melbourne RMIT University, Melbourne RMIT University, Melbourne RMIT University, Australia RMIT University, Australia RMIT University,), Edited by , Edited by
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  • Ilmumisaeg: 06-Dec-2016
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  • ISBN-10: 1138940917
  • ISBN-13: 9781138940918
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  • Formaat: Hardback, 520 pages, kõrgus x laius x paksus: 246x174x33 mm, kaal: 1021 g, 50 black & white halftones
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  • ISBN-10: 1138940917
  • ISBN-13: 9781138940918
With the increase of digital and networked media in everyday life, researchers have increasingly turned their gaze to the symbolic and cultural elements of technologies. From studying online game communities, locative and social media to YouTube and mobile media, ethnographic approaches to digital and networked media have helped to elucidate the dynamic cultural and social dimensions of media practice. The Routledge Companion to Digital Ethnography provides an authoritative, up-to-date, intellectually broad, and conceptually cutting-edge guide to this emergent and diverse area. Features include: * a comprehensive history of computers and digitization in anthropology; * exploration of various ethnographic methods in the context of digital tools and network relations; * consideration of social networking and communication technologies on a local and global scale; * in-depth analyses of different interfaces in ethnography, from mobile technologies to digital archives.
Part I - Debating Digital Ethnography
1. Computers in/and anthropology: the poetics and politics of digitization
2. From virtual ethnography to the embedded, embodied, everyday Internet
3. Vectors for fieldwork: computational thinking and new modes of ethnography
4. A performative digital ethnography: data, design, and speculation
5. The fieldsite as a network: a strategy for locating ethnographic research
6. Remote ethnography: studying digital politics in Spain and Indonesia from afar
7. Mixing it: digital ethnography and online research methods-a tale of two global digital music genres Part II - Relationships
8. Small places turned inside out: social networking in small communities
9. "Doing family" at a distance: transnational family practices in polymedia environments
10. Researching death online
11. Relational labor, fans, and collaborations in professional rock climbing Part III - Visibility and Voice
12. "Our media"? Microblogging and the elusiveness of voice in China
13. Participatory complications in interactive, video-sharing environments
14. Influencer extravaganza: a decade of commercial "lifestyle" microcelebrities in Singapore
15. Nah Leavin' Trinidad: the place of digital music production among amateur musicians in Trinidad Part IV - Place and Co-Presence
16. Locating emerging media: ethnographic reflections on culture, selfhood, and place
17. Making "ournet not the Internet": an ethnography of homebrew high-tech practices in suburban Australia
18. Locative mobile media and the development of unplanned, fleeting encounters with pseudonymous strangers, and virtual acquaintances in urban public places
19. Mobile media matters: the ethnography and phenomenology of itinerant interfaces
20. Placing mobile ethnography: mobile communication as a practice of place making Part V - Play
21. Digital gaming, social inclusion, and the right to play: a casestudy of a Venezuelan cybercafe
22. Kayfabe: an indepth look at WWE and its fandom using digital ethnography
23. Running, gender, and play with Zombies, Run!
24. Hands between the worlds Part VI - Arts
25. Reflections on teaching and displaying with the help of emerging technologies
26. The art of play: ethnography and playful interventions with young people
27. The (be)coming of selfies: revisiting an onlife ethnography on digital photography practices
28. Mobile filmmaking
29. Curating digital resonance Part VII - Infrastructures
30. Instant archives?
31. The fortune of scarcity: digital music circulation in Cuba
32. An infrastructural approach to digital ethnography: lessons from the Manchester Infrastructures of Social Change project
33. Riding the rails of mobile payments: financial inclusion, mobile phones, and infrastructure
34. Polar infrastructures Part VIII - Politics
35. Digital ethnography of mobiles for development
36. Mediated political agency in contested Africa
37. Ethnography beyond and within digital structures and the study of social media activism
38. The search for Wikipedia's edges
39. Environmental sensing and control Part IX - Design
40. The politics of design, design as politics
41. Ethnography and the ongoing in digital design
42. Disruptive interventions with mobile media through Design+Ethnography+Futures
43. More-Than-Human Lab: critical and ethnographic experiments after human exceptionalism
44. Using fiction to explore social facts: the Laboratory of Speculative Ethnology
Larissa Hjorth is Distinguished Professor and Director of HDR in the College of Design and Social Context at RMIT University and was co-founding (with Professor Heather Horst) Director of RMIT's Digital Ethnography Research Centre (DERC). Heather Horst is Professor in the School of Media and Communication at RMIT University and Director, Research Partnerships in the College of Design and Social Context at RMIT University. She was the director of DERC from 2012-2015. Anne Galloway is Senior Lecturer in Culture+Context Design at Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand. Genevieve Bell is currently a Senior Fellow and Vice President at Intel Corporation where she works in their Corporate Strategy Office, driving long-term strategic visioning and insights.