Tamara Kohn
Tamara Kohn
Professor in Anthropology, University of Melbourne
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Selfies| Selfies at funerals: Mourning and presencing on social media platforms
J Meese, M Gibbs, M Carter, M Arnold, B Nansen, T Kohn
International Journal of Communication 9, 14, 2015
Death and digital media
M Arnold, M Gibbs, T Kohn, J Meese, B Nansen
Routledge, 2017
Aggression: The myth of the beast within
J Klama
John Wiley & Sons Incorporated, 1988
Posthumous personhood and the affordances of digital media
J Meese, B Nansen, T Kohn, M Arnold, M Gibbs
Mortality 20 (4), 408-420, 2015
Island involvement and the evolving tourist.
T Kohn
Tourists and tourism: identifying with people and places., 13-28, 1997
Tombstones, uncanny monuments and epic quests: Memorials in World of Warcraft
M Gibbs, J Mori, M Arnold, T Kohn
Game Studies 12 (1), 2012
Becoming an islander through action in the Scottish Hebrides
T Kohn
Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute 8 (1), 143-158, 2002
Incomers and fieldworkers: A comparative study of social experience
T Kohn
Social experience and anthropological knowledge, 10-20, 2003
Gravesites and websites: a comparison of memorialisation
C Graham, M Arnold, T Kohn, MR Gibbs
Visual Studies 30 (1), 37-53, 2015
The aikido body: Expressions of group identities and self-discovery in martial arts training
T Kohn
Sport, dance and embodied identities, 139-156, 2020
The restless dead in the digital cemetery
B Nansen, M Arnold, M Gibbs, T Kohn
Digital death: Mortality and beyond in the online age, 111-124, 2014
Social media in the funeral industry: On the digitization of grief
B Nansen, T Kohn, M Arnold, L van Ryn, M Gibbs
Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media 61 (1), 73-89, 2017
She came out of the field and into my home: reflections, dreams and a search for consciousness in anthropological method
T Kohn
Questions of consciousness, 51-69, 2003
Design considerations for after death: comparing the affordances of three online platforms
J Mori, M Gibbs, M Arnold, B Nansen, T Kohn
Proceedings of the 24th Australian Computer-Human Interaction Conference …, 2012
The Discipline of Leisure: Embodying Cultures of'Recreation'
S Coleman, T Kohn
Berghahn Books, 2007
Don’t talk–blend: ideas about body and communication in aikido practice’
T Kohn
An anthropology of indirect communication, 163-178, 2001
The Seduction of the Exotic: Notes on Mixed Marriage in East Nepal 1
T Kohn
Cross-cultural marriage, 67-81, 1998
Extending the boundaries of care: Medical ethics and caring practices
T Kohn, R McKechnie
Berg, 1999
Aggression: conflict in animals and humans reconsidered
J Klama
Longman, 1988
Selfies at funerals: remediating rituals of mourning
M Gibbs, B Nansen, M Carter, T Kohn
AoIR Selected Papers of Internet Research, 2014
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