The paper discusses the use of digital methods as an alternative way of generating what George Marcus calls 'posited logics of association' for use in multi-sited fieldwork. I draw on cases from an ongoing research project on the new nordic food movement and its on- and off-line assemblages. I doing so I demonstrate how methods which are native to the digital domain - such as the link or the like as a valuation metric - may be re-appropriated as strategies in more ethnographic styles of work.
|Publication status||Published - 2013|
|Event||First Nordic STS conference - Trondheim, Norway|
Duration: 24 Apr 2013 → 26 Apr 2013
|Conference||First Nordic STS conference|
|Period||24/04/2013 → 26/04/2013|
Munk, A. K. (2013). Follow the link: Digital Tracings of a Multi-Sited Space of Research. Abstract from First Nordic STS conference, Trondheim, Norway. http://easst.net/first-nordic-sts-conference-april-2013/