Being physically near others feels sociable. But one of the hallmarks of the internet age is that we recognized you don’t need physical presence to be socially present with others.
Ah, the 1980s. When we were being trained to remove “data” from our lexicon in interpretive sociology. I’m wondering if this would be a good article..
I’m offering a project based ethnography course next semester (spring 2015), which involves real empirical research experience for Masters level students.
Late November is an appropriately gloomy time to gather in a wild and windy retreat to contemplate what constitutes ‘transgressive methods,’ ‘academic inquiry,’ and ‘innovation’ in ’21st Century research practice.’
Join us Summer 2015 in Aarhus University for a great (we think) PhD course: Visuality, culture, methods: Exploring the aesthetics of possibilities. The course will include lectures, fieldwork during the Aarhus Northside music festival, and post festival production.