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Wired Warp and Woof: An Ethnographic Study of a Networking Class

Internet Research Volume 4, Number 4, ISSN 1066-2243


Describes an ethnographic study of the electronic community comprised of masters and doctoral students involved in a seminar on networking. Ethnographic research facilitated observation and description of the networked learning community. The exploration of the cultural meaning of class events led to enhanced understanding of online education and the applicability of ethnographic research. (30 references) (KRN)


Rice-Lively, M.L. (1994). Wired Warp and Woof: An Ethnographic Study of a Networking Class. Internet Research, 4(4), 20-35. Retrieved November 21, 2019 from .

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