Read the blogpost “Clip, Move, Adjust”: Video Editing as Reflexive Rhythm Analysis in Networked Publics – Mads Rehder, Gabriel Pereira, Annette Markham March 15, 2017

http://futuremaking.space/all-the-feels/clip-move-adjust-video-editing-reflexive-rhythmanalysis-networked-publics/ Introduction This blogpost focuses on the methodological challenges of studying the dynamics of technologically and computationally mediated publics, especially regarding young people’s experiences. The method we discuss in here is part of a larger set of qualitative methodologies developed by Annette Markham as part of a six-year (and ongoing) study of how youth experience social media (authors).... Continue Reading →

Read the final version of “The camera as an ethnographic tool” 19. April 2017

http://futuremaking.space/skagen-institute/the-camera-as-an-ethnographic-tool/ In doing ethnographic research we all use tools with different qualities to capture and create our empirical material. Video recordings are increasingly used in ethnographic research.  In spite of this, little is written about what these recordings allow us to discover in the analytical process, or about the impact that working with visual material tends... Continue Reading →

Exploring ‘digital natives’’ learning processes: What happens when family and other informal settings are the primary arenas for young people’s instruction in how to use digital media? – Extended abstract for Nordmedia 2017

Nordmedia 2017 - Division 5: Media Education and Media Literacy  Exploring ‘digital natives’’ learning processes: What happens when family and other informal settings are the primary arenas for young people’s instruction in how to use digital media? Author Information: First Author: Mads Middelboe Rehder: mmr@cc.au.dk Post Doctoral Researcher, School of Communication and Culture – Information Science, Aarhus... Continue Reading →

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