By Samuel Gerald Collins,Matthew Slover Durington
The introduction of social media bargains anthropologists fascinating possibilities to increase their examine to groups in clean methods. whilst, those technological advancements open up anthropological fieldwork to varied dangers. Networked Anthropology explores the expanding appropriation of various media structures and social media into anthropological study and educating. The chapters think about the chances and demanding situations of multimedia, how community ecologies paintings, the moral dilemmas concerned, and the way to take advantage of multimedia methodologies. The publication combines theoretical insights with case reports, methodological sketches and pedagogical notes. Drawing on fresh ethnographic paintings, the authors supply useful counsel in inventive methods of doing networked anthropology. They element to the way forward for ethnography, either in and out the school room, and think about ways that networked anthropology could develop.