Postill (2015) "Digital ethnography: ‘being there’ physically, remotely, virtually and imaginatively"

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March 21, 2020

Critical Commentary

On the growing importance of digital ethnography in anthropology studies. 

Relying solely on physically co-present, non-digital fieldwork, or solely on telematics is still theoretically possible, but in most research settings it no longer makes sense to do so.

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Postill J. 2015. "Digital ethnography: ‘being there’ physically, remotely, virtually and imaginatively" https://johnpostill.com/2015/02/25/digital-ethnography-being-there-physi...

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