Web Ethnography

Cyborg Anthropologist Amber Case, tweeted the following great resource on digital ethnography: The Webnographer’s wiki has a “mega list of books on digital ethnography.”

3 thoughts on “Web Ethnography

  1. Glad you liked it! Another great read along these lines is the complex, but recent ‘Societies in the Age of Instant Access’, a Springer book by Geographer Harvey J. Miller. It’s become one of my core texts in examining this space.

  2. With all due respect, the bibliography could use some serious updating and reorganization. At least someone should go through and clean up all spam in the discussion section of the blog.

  3. Rex, you’re absolutely right. While this link is a start, it’s far from complete, just like the field of digital ethnography. A truly useful and academcally rigorous wiki should be started, bringing together resources from past ethnographic processes and the methods currently taught in digital anthropology programs.

    Now, if I had a little more time on my hands, I’d start that right now…

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