I have always been fascinating with the phenomenon of community, especially with human community. Since my early age I was occupied with the questions why we as human beings seek the social contacts with others and what is the key component that connect us and make it possible the creation of (whatever) community. That is one of the main reasons why I enroll sociology and become a researcher of social reality, because that was the only reality that was interesting me. Since than I am involve in exploration of it. That is the reason why I decided to take a part in this project to rethink again what are the reasons why people entering into the communication with other person(s) and why they deciding to stay in contact, establish relationship(s) and communal spirit. It would be fascinating to me to observe this process within particular subcultural setting of cyber social laboratory that Edgeryders create for the purposes of this research.
My main area of interest is the border/margin space in which human communities perform their activities. Because this is a space where we as humans extend or narrow our human potentials. As a researcher I am exploring different types of marginal human experiences that are happening within different, cultural and subcultural social settings. The view from the margin can provide us often unexpected but very precise diagnose of the communal condition of the social system because the experiences from the margin are always less visible or invisible for the majority of community members but very important for understanding the deficiencies of the existing societal or communal structure.
I am struggling with different parts of my life which are related to different social roles that I am voluntary perform.