The Journal of Visual and Media Anthropology is a peer-reviewed open-access journal dedicated to research on digital environments and cultures, the impact of new media on expressions of self and social formations, the theory and practice of ethnographic filmmaking, and the study of online-and offline visual worlds. The journal is a venture of our Research Area Visual and Media Anthropology. It presents work that self-consciously experiments with innovative modes of representation, new forms of integrating written and multi-media ethnography and therefore seeks to challenge the conventions of academic publishing.
Immersive Technologies and User Generated Content: From Environmental and Social Media Education and Activism to Digital Bodies
Vol. 4. No. 1, 2018
Urte Undine Frömming, Nena Hedrick, Ezekiel Morgan