Ethnographic Method

Reflections on NMRDC Virtual Ethnography Workshop

How do you give a voice, even a body, to a virtual wink? This was the main focus of a lecture and workshop led by Professor Greg Grieve of UNC-Greensboro held last week at Texas A&M University and co-sponsored by the Network for New Media, Religion and Digital Culture.
These events provide an overview about the formation of a virtual ethnographic method in the research of Second Life, as portrayed in the forthcoming book: Digital Zen: Buddhism, Virtual Worlds and Online Meditation (2014).

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