Abstract Danmarks Rockmuseum (The Danish Rock Museum) has launched a beta version of what hopefully soon shall be a finished homepage, called Rockensdanmarkskort.dk. The site allows private people to upload stories or experiences from their own life in the Danish music environment. The stories will be a part of an online exhibition but the site is also to be seen as a community for the persons sharing their stories. This study investigates how to tell what the exact purpose from Danmarks Rockmuseum has been with this homepage and what the potential users will think of such a page. To get there I have used qualitative method by making interviews with both Danmarks Rockmuseum and a group of people that I argue is to be seen as the potential users. In an attempt to see the potential users as more than individuals, I have used Michel Maffesolis theory of neo tribalism and tried to regard the potential users as a tribe, based on the site Rockensdanmarkskort.dk.
|Uddannelser||Basis - Humanistisk Bacheloruddannelse, (Bachelor uddannelse) Basis|
|Udgivelsesdato||10 jun. 2015|
- Museum, rock, culture