Fabian, Johannes 1937-
According to Johannes Fabian, yes it will, and obviously I agree! In it he argues that the co-presence of author and reader, text and commentary, will develop into an ethnographic genre. His study, like mine, is based on the idea that internet technologies change the way anthropology is being presented.
- The Hero of Ages (Mistborn, Book 3).
- Digital anthropology.
- The Sound of Music (BFI Film Classics);
Specifically, he focuses on the use of internet archives and the ability to have a group of interested people interact with a text. He also pushes the idea that ethnographic research should be confrontational and engaged. It also lets me be honest. It can build on what Fabian has presented by showing how one can use a blog to develop the kinds of commentary, interactions, and confrontations that Fabian seeks. When Fabian gave a talk at Concordia, I did my best to write it up and give some critique.
Of course, having not read the book I could have been less critical of some of his points for I now have to dedicate a post to correcting my errors! Can I just quote Fabian on this one when asked how online research can be ethnographic?
Or in my case, without consulting the book. In this way, I found the book wandered a little and the short linguistic discussion really flew by me.
- Metals and Chemical Change.
- Media and communication.
- Ethnography as Commentary: Writing from the Virtual Archive.
- Venus on Wheels: Two Decades of Dialogue on Disability, Biography, and Being Female in America.
- The dog says how?
Perhaps if I had a stronger linguistics background it would have been more grabbing. Finally to all my teachers who continue to define anthropology as a science, I will from now on quote Fabian, where he discusses the difference between an archive and a database. He writes. Woops, I need to buff up my answer to this question someday.
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