[Air-l] Ethnomethodology and Internet Research

Sue Cranmer sue at jcranmer.freeserve.co.uk
Wed Mar 30 23:53:58 PST 2005


hI
 You could try Miller and Slater's The Internet: An ethnographic approach.

Good luck
Sue

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Büffel
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Subject: [Air-l] Ethnomethodology and Internet Research


 Dear all!

 I'm a looking for key articles/ publications on
 ethnomethological approaches to Internet research. Are there
 any "classics" and more recent publications (implying that classics have to
be "old" *g*) you can
 recommend? Any help would be highly appreciated!

 Thanks!
 Steffen

P.s. Seems I had some trouble with my Emails. Hope this one gets trough to
the list.


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