Title

The Role Of Everyday Life In Confounding Expectations In Communication Research

Document Type

Article

Publisher

The University of Queensland

Faculty

Faculty of Education and Arts

School

School of Communication and Arts

RAS ID

3684

Comments

Originally published as : Green, L., & Holloway, D. (2004). The role of everyday life in confounding expectations in communication research. Australian Journal of Communication, 31(2), 167-184.

Abstract

This paper addresses the impact of the everyday upon an ARC (AustralianResearch Council) project dealing centrally with the Internet in Australian family life. The authors have been centrally involved with ethnographic elements of the research, and thus have continually been confronted by the challenges of the everyday.This paper addresses the nature of those challenges and, in doing 50, seeks to identify some components of the everyday that confound our research expectations-and add richness to our findings.

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