Author note: Neil L. Whitehead [Editor], Michael Wesch [Editor]
Turning an anthropological eye towards our on-line world, Human not more explores how stipulations of the web global form id, position, tradition, and dying inside of digital groups. on-line worlds have lately thrown into query the conventional anthropological belief of place-based ethnography. They holiday definitions, blur differences, and strength us to reconsider the suggestion of the "subject." Human not more asks how electronic cultures could be built-in and the way the ethnography of either the "unhuman" and the "digital" may lead to attainable reconfiguring the suggestion of the "human." This provocative and groundbreaking paintings demanding situations basic assumptions in regards to the whole box of anthropology. Cross-disciplinary learn from well-respected participants makes this quantity important to the certainty of latest human interplay. will probably be of curiosity not just to anthropologists but in addition to scholars and students of media, conversation, pop culture, identification, and expertise.
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