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Applying the lens of sensory ethnography to sustainable hci. Movement lies at the core of what it means to be human. our most primary mode of relating to others is by way of movement. however, existing research literature has not sufficiently investigated the role of bodily interaction in the promotion of motivation in kindergartens.. With special emphasis on smell, this lecture on sensory ethnography aims to discuss the role senses other than sight can play in ethnography, both in terms of methodology, and in providing us with substantive themes for empirical investigation and critical analysis..
Doing sensory ethnography by sarah pink. Indeed it is definitely part of the agenda of researchers working in corporate and consumer research (e.g. pink 2004, 2006, 2009, sunderland and denny 2007, nafus and anderson 2009) and health research (e.g. lammer 2007, 2009, parkin and coomber 2009). work discussed above reveals an urge amongst applied researchers to understand the experiential and embodied elements of peopleвђ™s everyday. A consideration of walking in arts practice and in (visual) ethnography brings to the fore the interrelatedness of the visual and the other senses (see pink 2009 pink, s. 2009. doing sensory ethnography , london : sage ..
...Two principles for sensory ethnography perception, place, knowing, memory and imagination in this chapter i outline a set of principles for doing sensory ethnography through a focus.Invitation: seminars on visual and sensory ethnography speaker: prof sarah pink professor in social sciences in the department of social sciences at loughborough university, uk visual ethnography: (audio)visual methods and media in ethnographic practice 31 march 2009 (tuesday) 1.00pm-2.30 pm faculty of education (pedagogen), house b, room be 036 a visual ethnography involves re-thinking....
Radio cinema core. Sensory methodologies that may be harnessed towards articulating the social life of the senses in urbanity such as smellscape walkabouts in order to explicate the doing of sensory ethnography вђ¦. Between experience and scholarship: representing sensory ethnography the sensory ethnography approaches and methods advocated in the preceding chapters seek to bring researchers and their audiences close to other people's multisensory experiences, knowing, practice, вђ¦.
Radio cinema core. Two principles for sensory ethnography perception, place, knowing, memory and imagination in this chapter i outline a set of principles for doing sensory ethnography through a focus. Therefore, in doing sensory ethnography (pink, 2009) i outline an approach to ethnography that is informed by the anthropology of knowledge (e.g. harris, 2007) and the anthropology of the senses..
Debate section sarah pink the future of sensory anthropology/the anthropology of the senses i a focus on the senses has become a key theme in contemporary anthropology. an accessible discussion and analysis of the theoretical, methodological and practical aspects of doing sensory ethnography, drawing on examples and case studies from the growing literature on sensory ethnographic studies, and from the author's own work.
Sensory methodologies that may be harnessed towards articulating the social life of the senses in urbanity such as smellscape walkabouts in order to explicate the doing of sensory ethnography вђ¦ abstract. in this chapter, we discuss what theoretical considerations of place, embodiment and sensory perception, drawn from phenomenologi-cal anthropology, human geography and media studies, can bring to the study of childrenвђ™s experiences in environments that traverse the physical and the digital.