ETNOGRAFI VIRTUAL SEBAGAI TEKNIK PENGUMPULAN DATA DAN METODE PENELITIAN

Authors

  • Zainal Abidin achmad Kandidat doktor, S3 Ilmu Sosial, FISIP, Universitas Airlangga
  • Rachmah Ida Communication Department, FISIP, Airlangga University, Surabaya

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.26740/jsm.v2n2.p130-145

Keywords:

ethnography, virtual ethnography, qualitative research methods

Abstract

Salah satu teknik pengumpulan data sekaligus metode analisis terbaik untuk meneliti masyarakat adalah etnografi. Berbagai karya tulis yang terbit mengenai etnografi, seringkali memunculkan perdebatan mengenai definisi etnografi.
Pandangan yang paling umum mengatakan bahwa etnografi sebagai salah satu metode penelitian dalam ilmu antropologi. Sedangkan pandangan lain menyebut etnografi sebagai seperangkat metode, strategi penelitian, paradigma, atau bahkan kerangka pikiran. Namun ada kesamaan dari semua pendapat itu, bahwa jika kita bicara etnografi, maka kita membicarakan sejumlah catatan dan cara menulis catatan tentang masyarakat.
Studi pustaka ini bertujuan memberikan kemudahan kepada khalayak untuk memahami persamaan dan perbedaan antara etnografi konvensional, etnografi internet dan etnografi virtual. Serta memahami bagaimana prosedur melakukan penelitian etnografi virtual

Author Biographies

Zainal Abidin achmad, Kandidat doktor, S3 Ilmu Sosial, FISIP, Universitas Airlangga

Senior Lecturer, Communication Department, FISIP, UPN Veteran Jatim, Surabaya.

Rachmah Ida, Communication Department, FISIP, Airlangga University, Surabaya

Professor, Communication Department FISIP Airlangga University.

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2018-10-29

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achmad, Z. A., & Ida, R. (2018). ETNOGRAFI VIRTUAL SEBAGAI TEKNIK PENGUMPULAN DATA DAN METODE PENELITIAN. The Journal of Society and Media, 2(2), 130–145. https://doi.org/10.26740/jsm.v2n2.p130-145
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