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Transcript of Sensory Ethnography
Experience Rachel's Dromahair
Experience Sensory Ethnography: "A sensory ethnographic approach is of particular relevance to practitioners in that it provides opportunities for understanding how different groups learn and transfer knowledge in ways that do not fit within the framework of a traditional academic understanding."(Cavaliero, T. 2012) Ways in Which we can learn and Research Culture through Sensory Ethnoghraphy - Synesthesia: Multisensorial Ethnography (A combination of all or some of the bodily senses eg. Sight, Sound, Taste, Smell and Texture. However, it is important to note that the five sense sentorium is not universal and is not relevant to all cultures.
-Kinaesthesia: Understanding through the body.
-Audio/Visual and Digital Media Ethnography: Understanding culture through various forms of media like photos, recordings and video.
Sensory Emplacement Learning Sensory Emplaced Learning: "The ethnographer
becomes sensorially engaged through their participation in the environments and practices they share with others." (Pink.S, 2009) The Serendipitous Sensory Learning of "Being There" This is was Sarah Pink describes as moments of sensory learning that was not necessarily planned and therefore the researcher "arrives at an understanding of other people's memories and meanings through their own embodied experiences and/ or attending to other people's practices, subjectivities and explanations." (2009) Sensory Ethnography The Thirteenth Warrior The Country Nod and Wave
Culture & Food
The Sound of Silence... I Want to Ride my Bicycle... My Mom The Silence "In our world the deepest knowledge is not in words. It is in the meaning behind the words, in the spaces between them, in gestures or looks, in meaningful silences, in the work of hands, in learning from journeys, in quiet reflection, in Dreaming."(Tyson, Y. 2009) Thank you for Listening