Soziologie - Tag [wilcox]
Phill Wilcox, from AG Social Anthropology, Bielefeld University, has co-convened a roundtable on digital methodologies for the EASA 2020 conference on 22. July 2020.
The roundtable “Methodologies on and
offline: doing ethnography ethically in the digital age” examines how digital
technologies impact the anthropological methodology by discussing issues
related to the ethics of digital research, the contemporary understanding of
the field site, public intimacy, data management, the notion of public/private,
and online/offline identities.
The RG Social Anthropology has published three new papers recently:
- Professor Dr. Minh Nguyen has published the paper Portfolios of Social Protection, Labour Mobility and the Rise of Life Insurance in Rural Central Vietnam in Development and Change.
- Dr. Jake Lin has published the paper Psyche Matters: Resistance from the Chinese Sweatshop of the World in Perspectives on Global Development and Technology.
- Dr. Phill Wilcox has published a paper “Don't ever change”? Cultural heritage and social development in “timeless” Luang Prabang in Journal of Cultural Heritage Management and Sustainable Development.
Phill Wilcox receives Bielefeld Young Researcher's Fund for her Projekt "One World: One Dream? The rise of China in Laos".
This project investigates perceptions of China and Chinese influence in Laos. Currently, a major railway is under construction from China that will cover approximately half the territory of Laos. My aim is to use the Lao-China railway as a means to investigate Laos at a time of change, and implications for Laos, Southeast Asia and ASEAN.[Weiterlesen]
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