Introduction

Ethnography for a data-saturated world

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The introduction to this collection sets out the key debates to which the chapters speak. It situates both digital data analysis and ethnography as methods which have their own ‘social lives’ and uses this approach to explore the work that methods do within particular projects of description and transformation.

Editors: Hannah Knox and Dawn Nafus

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