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Digital Ethnography series attend to the ubiquity of digital media in the environments and practice of digital ethnography. Contributions to the series cover theoretical, empirical and methodological developments in digital ethnography and might: theorize contemporary or future digital worlds in new ways; encourage us to re-think how we have historically understood pre-digital practices, media, and environments; and/or discuss innovations in digital ethnography methodology and practice. The series is committed to publishing the best new work in digital ethnography and in engaging with the complexity and breadth of the field.
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