Professor Sarah Pink describes ethnography as an approach to ethnography that incorporates the full range of senses. She explains how this approach incorporates embodied knowledge, and how it is entwined with new research dissemination methods.
Chapter 1: What is Sensory Ethnography?icon angle down
- Start time: 00:00:01
- End time: 00:05:03
Chapter 2: Relevance, Importance, and Disseminationicon angle down
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- End time: 00:11:20
- Product: Sage Research Methods
- Type of Content: Interview
- Title: What is sensory ethnography?
- Publisher: SAGE Publications Ltd.
- Publication year: 2011
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- Discipline: Anthropology
- Methods: Ethnography, Participant observation, Field notes, Video research
- Duration: 00:11:20
- Keywords: audiences, collaboration, communications, context communication, embodiment, everyday life, innovation, practices, strategies, and tools, relevance (education), Sensory processes, social science, video recording, walking
Academic: Sarah PinkOnline ISBN: 9781412995566Copyright: (c) SAGE Publications Ltd., 2011