anthropologists who are already familiar with, and engaging in, traditional ethnography'
- Francine Barone, Journal of the Anthropological Society of Oxford-online
'A definite must for anyone interested in understanding or conducting "netnography"' -
The Qualitative Report
'Netnography: Doing Ethnographic Research Online is a methodological handbook aimed at...anyone who is interested in researching online communities and cultures, and other forms of online social behavior... Using interesting examples from his own research work, the author brilliantly transfers his experience and expertise to the reader' -
University of Primorska (Slovenia)
'Kozinets’ call for respect, patience and researcher accountability is
matched by personal, anecdotal examples that establish a good ethical tone throughout the text. Illustrative case studies of first-hand fieldwork experiences present readable and engaging vignettes to the student reader that reveal in clear terms how key ethnographic
moments ... have analogous forms in netnography, including the intricate process of becoming a community member by respectfully building relationships slowly over time'