In Britain the production and use of electronic hypermedia for teaching
and learning anthropology is expanding. During the 1990s
anthropologists' published responses to this new form of ethnographic
representation ranged from advocating caution in the application of
hypermedia to anthropology (e.g., Banks 1994) to celebrating its
creative potential to enhance research, representation and pedagogy
intellectually and ethically (e.g., Biella 1994).