[Air-L] [External] Critical Internet Studies Ethnographies for Use in Undergrad Methods course

Peter Joseph Gloviczki PhD pgloviczki at coker.edu
Tue Oct 26 07:16:19 PDT 2021

Andrew and all,

My recent book, Mediated Narration in the Digital Age (Nebraska, 2021)
might be helpful.


I am glad to Zoom or Skype with any class that would find the book (and
such a visit) to be useful.

Fondly, Peter

Peter Joseph Gloviczki, PhD    he/him/his
Associate Professor of Communication
Coker University
300 East College Avenue
Hartsville, South Carolina 29550
pgloviczki at coker.edu

Assistant Editor, Journal of Loss and Trauma (Taylor & Francis)
President, Carolinas Communication Association
Past Head, Cultural and Critical Studies Division, Association for
Education in Journalism and Mass Communication (AEJMC)

Scholarly Books:

Mediated Narration in the Digital Age: Storying the Media World
<https://www.nebraskapress.unl.edu/nebraska/9781496217639/> (University of
Nebraska Press, 2021).

Journalism and Memorialization in the Age of Social Media
<https://www.palgrave.com/us/book/9781137465368> (Palgrave Macmillan, 2015)

On Tue, Oct 26, 2021 at 7:37 AM Andrew Herman <aherman at wlu.ca> wrote:

> Dear AoIRistas
> I am seeking suggestions for new and recent ethnographies in the field of
> critical internet studies (broadly construed) for use in my undergraduate
> methods course in communication studies. I am looking for book-length
> monographs that are: a) theoretically driven; b) methodologically
> reflective; c) tell an interesting narrative about the research; and
> accessible to second-year undergraduates who are willing to stretch
> themselves.
> The books do not necessarily have to be located in communication/media
> studies in terms of discipline. In the past, I have used books that come
> out of anthropology as well as sociology, such as Ilana Gershon's The Break
> Up 2.0. The book I am currently using is Whitney Phillip's, This is Why We
> Can't Have Nice Things. I have had great success teaching the book, but I
> am getting tired of it, lol.
> I look forward to your suggestions.
> Andrew Herman, Ph. D (he/his/him)
> Associate Professor
> Department of Communication Studies
> Wilfrid Laurier University
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