Creative Practice Ethnographies

Hjorth, L, Harris, A, Jungnickel, K and Coombs, G 2019, Creative Practice Ethnographies, Lexington Books, United States.

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Title Creative Practice Ethnographies
Author(s) Hjorth, L
Harris, A
Jungnickel, K
Coombs, G
Year 2019
Publisher Lexington Books
Place of publication United States
Subjects Performing Arts and Creative Writing not elsewhere classified
Summary Creative Practice Ethnographies focuses on the intersection of creative practice and ethnography and offers new ways to think about the methods, practice, and promise of research in contemporary interdisciplinary contexts. How does creative practice inform new ways of doing ethnography and vice versa? What new forms of expression and engagement are made possible as a result of these creative synergies? By addressing these questions, the authors highlight the important roles that ethnography and creative practice play in socially impactful research. This book is aimed at interdisciplinary researchers, scholars, and students of art, design, sociology, anthropology, games, media, education, and cultural studies.
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