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In Whose Words? Narrative Analysis of International Volunteer Stories from an Anthropological Perspective


Polonijo, Ivana
In Whose Words? Narrative Analysis of International Volunteer Stories from an Anthropological Perspective, 2004., magistarski rad, Department of Anthropology, Toronto, Ontario


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Naslov
In Whose Words? Narrative Analysis of International Volunteer Stories from an Anthropological Perspective

Autori
Polonijo, Ivana

Vrsta, podvrsta i kategorija rada
Ocjenski radovi, magistarski rad

Fakultet
Department of Anthropology

Mjesto
Toronto, Ontario

Datum
17.05

Godina
2004

Stranica
150

Mentor
Daphne Winland

Neposredni voditelj
Daphne Winland

Ključne riječi
volunteering; personal narrative; Internet; computer-mediated communication

Sažetak
The theoretical inspiration for this paper has come from anthropological conceptualizations of personal narrative and the relationship between the notions of travel, culture, and reciprocity. I consider this in relation to the construction of cultural meaning by volunteers through the medium of the Internet. The present analysis primarily focuses on how volunteers attempt to create coherent narratives of their own volunteering and make their experience of places and ''cross-cultural links'' (Clifford 1997) meaningful. The organization of themes in this paper reflects the authors concern about a holistic anthropological approach to the research of volunteering.

Izvorni jezik
Engleski

Znanstvena područja
Etnologija i antropologija



POVEZANOST RADA


Projekti:
0101501

Citiraj ovu publikaciju

Polonijo, Ivana
In Whose Words? Narrative Analysis of International Volunteer Stories from an Anthropological Perspective, 2004., magistarski rad, Department of Anthropology, Toronto, Ontario
Polonijo, I. (2004) 'In Whose Words? Narrative Analysis of International Volunteer Stories from an Anthropological Perspective', magistarski rad, Department of Anthropology, Toronto, Ontario.
@phdthesis{phdthesis, author = {Polonijo, I.}, year = {2004}, pages = {150}, keywords = {volunteering, personal narrative, Internet, computer-mediated communication}, title = {In Whose Words? Narrative Analysis of International Volunteer Stories from an Anthropological Perspective}, keyword = {volunteering, personal narrative, Internet, computer-mediated communication}, publisherplace = {Toronto, Ontario} }
@phdthesis{phdthesis, author = {Polonijo, I.}, year = {2004}, pages = {150}, keywords = {volunteering, personal narrative, Internet, computer-mediated communication}, title = {In Whose Words? Narrative Analysis of International Volunteer Stories from an Anthropological Perspective}, keyword = {volunteering, personal narrative, Internet, computer-mediated communication}, publisherplace = {Toronto, Ontario} }




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