On Being Italian, Canadian and Global. Knowledge, power and the implications of digitization for ethnographic practice. Ethnographic practice. ‘Knowledge, however interesting, can never be disinterested’ (Acciaioli, 1981, p. 23).
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Knowledge, power and the implications of digitization for ethnographic practice
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