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Author Kariippanon, Kishan, author.

Title Engagement and Qualitative Interviewing : an ethnographic study of the use of social media and mobile phones among remote indigenous youth / Kishan Kariippanon, Kate Senior.

Published London : SAGE Publications Ltd, 2017.


Location Call No. Status
Physical description 1 online resource.
Series SAGE Research Methods. Cases
SAGE Research Methods. Cases.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Summary In 2012, Kishan Kariippanon began an ethnographic study on the use of social media and mobile phones by Indigenous youth practicing traditional culture in a remote community in Northern Australia. A prepaid mobile phone service is available in most Northern Territory remote Indigenous communities. This case study provides an account of the vital practical steps for engagement and conducting qualitative interviewing in an Indigenous community where traditional structure of kinship and communications is practiced. The case sheds light on the particular challenge of gaining trust and building an authentic relationship with individuals and the community as part of the engagement process and culturally appropriate interviewing technique.
Notes Description based on XML content.
Other author Senior, Kate, author.
Subject Indigenous youth -- Communication -- Australia -- North Australia -- Case studies.
Mobile communication systems -- Social aspects -- Australia -- North Australia -- Case studies.
Internet and indigenous peoples -- Australia -- North Australia -- Case studies.
Aboriginal Australians and mass media.
ISBN 9781473994843 (ebook) : No price