Webs and Scapes: Cultural Applications of a Web Model of GeoGenerational Communication
My 2013 CARS Summer Grant provided me with valuable time to research and draft a chapter for a co-authored book proposal, tentatively entitled, Webs and Scapes: Cultural Applications of a Web Model of GeoGenerational Communication. This book combines library research with ethnographic fieldwork to create a “web model” approach to intercultural analysis, focusing specifically on perceptual disparities between different generations as well as urban/rural populations in any culture, at any given time. Further, it describes how these perspectives “ebb and flow” throughout history, with some becoming more dominant during some critical periods, and some receding.
Street, Nancy L. (2013). Webs and Scapes: Cultural Applications of a Web Model of GeoGenerational Communication. CARS Summer Grants. Item 147.