Audio Documentary and the Ethnographic Experience
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Recording Culture: Audio Documentary and the Ethnographic Experience is the first book to explore audio documentary as a research method. Authors Daniel Makagon and Mark Neumann demonstrate that audio documentary based in the practices of fieldwork increases the potential for researchers to reach academic and popular audiences and work collaboratively with people in the pursuit and representation of knowledge and experience.
Recording Culture: Audio Documentary and the Ethnographic Experience is paired with a companion Web site at www.recordingculture.org that contains links to exemplary audio ethnographies.
|Sold By||SAGE Publications|
|ISBNs||9781412954938, 9781412954938, 9781412954938, 9781483350776, 9781452206301, 1483350770|
|Number of Pages||104|