"Scott Carney (Ph D Candidate, Department of Anthropology) is currently preparing for a field project to explore the links between elite producers of Indian music television in Bombay and middle class television viewers in Jaipur. His dissertation is tentatively titled “Youth Consumption and the Production of Indian Mass Media." This year Scott started the AnthroCircle Spring Seminar series to showcase outstanding student work in Anthropology."
In contrast, on my last assignment I met the Mumbai literati, traveled on the new Delhi metro and learned to surf in Gokarna. I'm humbled, and yet, slightly relieved.
See Niklas's pictures here:
so please don't make me upset and do something about balochistan
im my self president of Baloch youth wing party , im imdad baloch i have done interview with afghan voice so i hope you not make me upset and help human innocent baloch peoples.
hope you reply me
Other people I'd recommend following on Byliner: Joshua Davis, Evan Ratliff, C.J. Chivers, Jon Krakauer, Sebastian Junger, William Langewiesche, James Verini
Some of my friends criticized the analysis. My response:
"Haha! Good responses, both of you. I have a gut feeling Facebook is peaking and will soon be (or already is) in decline. But I can also see why the data and methods they used here aren't very persuasive."
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Scott Carney is an investigative journalist based in Long Beach, CA. He is a contributing editor at WIRED magazine. His work also appears in Mother Jones, Fast Company, National Geographic TV and NPR. In 2010 Harper Collins will publish his first book “The Red Market: On the Trail of the World's Organ Brokers, Skeleton Sellers, Blood Thieves and Child Traffickers '” about illegal economies in human tissue. He is the 2010 recipient of the Payne Award for Ethics in Journalism. For more information see http://www.scottcarney.com
- Kenyon College
- University of Wisconsin-Madison
- Investigative Journalist, present
- Mother Jones