By Jay Sokolovsky
This cutting edge, interactive ethnography employs quite a number media to discover the lives of the citizens of a village set within the rugged mountains overlooking Mexico urban, concentrating on how those villagers react and adapt to a quickly globalized global. scholars can view the evolving lifetime of San Jerónimo Amanalco and its quarter over the last 4 a long time via print, web-embedded, and e-reader enabled assets. This book-offers a multimedia method, together with archival photos and records, unique pictures, audio recordings, and wide video;-incorporates ethnographic info accumulated in the course of the author’s 4 many years of analysis within the region;-includes neighborhood contributors’ responses to the author’s study via social media, e-mail, and video-taped comments.
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Indigenous Mexico Engages the 21st Century: A Multimedia-enabled Text by Jay Sokolovsky