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PostSubject: Interactivity in Ethnography (Formal)   Tue May 08, 2012 8:33 pm

See the Interactivity section on the website before responding.

How might the loss of control over one’s material be beneficial to the researcher, or to the discussion of the subject overall?

  • Could the viral spread and hugely varied contextualization of a piece not, for instance, be used as a sort of “second tier” to supplement one’s initial study? How so?
  • What sorts of studies could be done based on the examination of these contextualizations alone?
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