Items where SHU Author is "Postill, John"

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Article

POSTILL, John (2010). Researching the Internet. The Journal Of The Royal Anthropological Institute, 16 (3), 646-650.

POSTILL, John (2009). What's the point of media anthropology? Social Anthropology, 17 (3), 334-337.

POSTILL, John (2009). What is the point of media anthropology? Social Anthropology, 17 (3), 334-337.

POSTILL, John (2008). Localizing the internet beyond communities and networks. New Media & Society, 10 (3), 413-431.

Book Section

POSTILL, John (2010). The Dayak Festival as a media ritual. In: GUAN, Yeoh Seng, (ed.) Media, culture and society in Malaysia. Routledge Malaysian studies series (9). London, Routledge, 64-84.

POSTILL, John (2010). Introduction: Theorising media and practice. In: POSTILL, John and BRÄUCHLER , Birgit, (eds.) Theorising Media and Practice. Anthropology of media (4). Oxford, Berghahn.

POSTILL, John (2010). Running Cyburbia: new media and local governance in Subang Jaya. In: GUAN, Yeoh Seng, (ed.) Media, Culture and Power in Malaysia. Routledge Malaysian studies series (9). London, Routledge, 96-116.

POSTILL, John (2010). Running cyburbia: Internet and local governance in Subang Jaya. In: GUAN, Yeoh Seng, (ed.) Media, culture and society in Malaysia. Routledge Malaysian Studies Series . Routledge.

POSTILL, John (2009). Dramas, fields and threads: exploring sociality in a Malaysian cyberdistrict. In: SRINIVASAN, M. I. and MATHUR, R.R., (eds.) Ethnography and the Internet: An Exploration. Hydrabad, India, IFCAI University Press..

POSTILL, John (2008). The mediated production of ethnicity and nationalism among the Iban of Sarawak, 1953-1976. In: IBRAHIM, Z., (ed.) Representation, Identity and Multiculturalism in Sarawak. Malaysia ; Kuching, Sarawak, Malaysian Social Science Association and Dayak Cultural Foundation.

Conference or Workshop Item

POSTILL, John (2009). Thinking Outside Community: A Malaysian Field of Residential Affairs and its Multiple Socialities. In: Re-conceptualizing Sociality : An Interrogation of Key Concepts, Baldy Center for Law and Social Policy, Stonybrook University (SUNY) at Buffalo, N.Y., 23rd October 2009. (Unpublished)

POSTILL, John (2009). Two modes of governance, one social field: digital media and residential affairs in a Kuala Lumpur suburb. In: Modes of governance in digitally networked environments, Oxford Internet Institute, Oxford University, 26th March 2009. (Unpublished)

Authored Book

POSTILL, John (2011). Localizing the Internet : an anthropological account. Anthropology of Media, 5 . Berghahn.

POSTILL, John (2008). Media and nation building: how the Iban became Malaysian. Asia Pacific Studies, 1 . New York ; Oxford, Berghahn.

Edited Book

POSTILL, John and BRÄUCHLER, Birgit, eds. (2010). Theorising media and practice. Anthropology of Media, 4 . New York, N.Y. ; Oxford , Berghahn.

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