Remix as a literacy for future anthropology practice

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This chapter addresses how remix functions as a generative metaphor for thinking
about ethnographic research methods. By dismantling and reconfiguring past
(mostly taken for granted) terminology for ‘what counts’ as appropriate data,
research practices, and research products, scholars can explore the potential for
ethnography to move beyond what is happening in the present or has happened
in the past and reach into possible futures.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationAnthropologies and futures : researching emerging and uncertain worlds
EditorsJuan Francisco Salazar, Sarah Pink, Andrew Irving, Johannes Sjöberg
Number of pages18
PublisherBloomsbury Academic
Publication year2017
Pages225-242
Chapter14
ISBN (print)9781474264907
ISBN (Electronic)9781474264907
StatePublished - 2017

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