Medieetnografi

Medieetnografi Medieetnografien har siden 1980’erne fungeret som en supplerende og alternativ metode i forhold til eksempelvis receptionsanalysens tekst- og interviewbaserede tilgange til mediernes betydning i vores liv (Receptionsanalyse). Medieetnografien, som tager afsæt i og henter inspiration fra den klassiske antropologi, har til formål at forstå mediernes betydning i kontekst, dvs. i forhold til hverdagslivets rutiner […]

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Forfatter Stine Liv Johansen
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