BCM240, SemC

Collaborative Ethnography (+/-)

  According to Lassiter (2005), Collaborative Ethnography refers to “literally working together, especially on intellectual effort”. There are multiple authors in the project writing about their experiences based on their ethnographic observation. Yes, there are a lot of reasons for Collaborative Media Ethnography to be successful, but I also think there are high chances for them… Continue reading Collaborative Ethnography (+/-)