The Sage handbook of visual research methods / edited by Luc Pauwels and Dawn Mannay.
Contributor(s): Pauwels, L. (Luc) | Mannay, Dawn.Material type: BookCall no.: HM500 .S24 2020Publication: London : Sage, c2020Edition: 2nd ed.Description: xxiii, 746 p. : ill.ISBN: 1473978009 (hardback); 9781473978003 (hardback).Other title: Handbook of visual research methods [Portion of title] | Visual research methods [Portion of title].Subject(s): Visual sociology -- Methodology | Social sciences -- Research
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
5050 Chapter 1: Visual Dialogues across Different Schools of Thought / Luc Pauwels and Dawn Mannay -- PART 1: FRAMING THE FIELD OF VISUAL RESEARCH -- Chapter 2: An Integrated Conceptual and Methodological Framework for the Visual Study of Culture and Society / Luc Pauwels -- Chapter 3: Looking Two Ways: Mapping the Social Scientific Study of Visual Culture / Richard Chalfen -- Chapter 4: Visual Studies and Empirical Social Inquiry / Jon Wagner -- Chapter 5: Seeing Things: Visual Research and Material Culture / Jon Wagner -- PART 2: VISUAL AND SPATIAL DATA PRODUCTION METHODS AND TECHNOLOGIES -- Chapter 6: Rephotography for Documenting Social Change / Jon H. Rieger -- Chapter 7: Repeat Photography in Landscape Research / Mark Klett -- Chapter 8: Videography: An Interpretative Approach to Video-Recorded Micro-Social Interaction / Hubert Knoblauch and René Tuma -- Chapter 9: Eye-Tracking as a Method of Visual Research / Clare Kirtley -- Chapter 10: Expanding Cartographic Practices in the Social Sciences / Innisfree McKinnon and Jessica McCallum Breen -- Chapter 11: Participatory Geographic Information Systems in Visual Research / Wen Lin -- Chapter 12: Visualization in Social Analysis / John Grady -- Chapter 13: Visual Research Methods in the Design Process / Prasad Boradkar and Tejas Dhadphale -- PART 3: PARTICIPATORY AND SUBJECT-CENTERED APPROACHES -- Chapter 14: Methodological Variation in Participant Visual Media Production / Richard Chalfen -- Chapter 15: Community-Based Participatory Video and Social Action / Claudia Mitchell and Naydene de Lange -- Chapter 16: Digital Storytelling as a Research Method / Sarah Flicker and Katie MacEntee -- Chapter 17: Photovoice: A Critical Introduction / E-J Milne and Rachel Muir -- Chapter 18: Using Drawing in Visual Research: Materializing the Invisible / Philippa Lyon -- Chapter 19: Picture-sorting Techniques: Card Sorting and Q-sort as Alternative and Complementary Approaches in Visual Social Research / Katharina Lobinger and Cornelia Brantner -- Chapter 20: Artefacts, Third Objects, Sandboxing and Figurines in the Doll’s House / Dawn Mannay -- Chapter 21: The Therapeutic Use of Photography: Phototherapy and Therapeutic / Del Loewenthal -- PART 4: ANALYTICAL FRAMEWORKS AND PERSPECTIVES -- Chapter 22: Quantitative Content Analysis of the Visual / Katy Parry -- Chapter 23: Visual Semiotics: Key Concepts and New Directions / Giorgia Aiello -- Chapter 24: Advances in Visual Rhetorical Analysis / Laurie Gries -- Chapter 25: Iconology and Documentary Method in the Interpretation of Divergent Types of Visual Materials / Ralf Bohnsack -- Chapter 26: Ethnomethodology and the Visual: Practices of Looking, Visualization, and Embodied Action / Michael Ball and Gregory Smith -- Chapter 27: Methodological Approaches to Disclosing Historic Photographs / Eric Margolis and Jeremy Rowe -- Chapter 28: Researching Film and History: Sources, Methods, Approaches / James Chapman -- PART 5: MULTIMODAL AND MULTISENSORIAL RESEARCH -- Chapter 29: Multimodality and Multimodal Research / Theo van Leeuwen -- Chapter 30: Visual and Multimodal Framing Analysis / Renée Moernaut, Jelle Mast and Luc Pauwelsv -- Chapter 31: Multimodal Critical Discourse Analysis: how to reveal discourses of health and ethics in food packaging / Per Ledin and David Machin -- Chapter 32: How to ‘Read’ Images with Texts: The Graphic Novel Case / Jan Baetens and Steven Surdiacourt -- Chapter 33: A Multisensory Approach to Visual Methods / Sarah Pink -- Chapter 34: Rapid Prototyping for Social Science Research / Carey Jewitt, Kerstin Leder Mackley, Douglas Atkinson and Sara Price -- PART 6: RESEARCHING ONLINE PRACTICES -- Chapter 35: A Multimodal Model for Exploring the Material Culture of Digital Networked Platforms and their Practices / Luc Pauwels -- Chapter 36: Contemporary Landscapes of Visual and Digital Communication: The Interplay of Social, Semiotic, and Technological Change / Clarice Gualberto and Gunther Kress -- Chapter 37: Understanding Online Images: Content, Context and Circulation as Analytical Foci / Helen Lomax and Janet Fink -- Chapter 38: Visual and Affective Analysis of Social Media / Kate Marston -- PART 7: COMMUNICATING THE VISUAL: FORMATS AND CONCERNS -- Chapter 39: Creating Visual Essays: Narrative and Thematic Approaches / Terence Heng -- Chapter 40: Anthropological Filmmaking: An Empirical Art / David MacDougall -- Chapter 41: Visual Ethnography and Emerging Digital Technologies / Paolo, S. H. Favero -- Chapter 42: Revisualizing Data: Engagement, Impact and Multimodal Dissemination / Dawn Mannay -- Chapter 43: Making Arguments with Images: Visual Scholarship and Academic Publishing / Darren Newbury -- Chapter 44: Visual Ethics beyond the Crossroads / Andrew Clark -- Chapter 45: Legal Issues of Using Images in Research / Jeremy Rowe.
520 The second, thoroughly revised and expanded, edition of The SAGE Handbook of Visual Research Methods presents a wide-ranging exploration and overview of the field today. As in its first edition, the Handbook does not aim to present a consistent view or voice, but rather to exemplify diversity and contradictions in perspectives and techniques. The selection of chapters from the first edition have been fully updated to reflect current developments. New chapters to the second edition cover key topics including picture-sorting techniques, creative methods using artefacts, visual framing analysis, therapeutic uses of images, and various emerging digital technologies and online practices. At the core of all contributions are theoretical and methodological debates about the meanings and study of the visual, presented in vibrant accounts of research design, analytical techniques, fieldwork encounters and data presentation. This handbook presents a unique survey of the discipline that will be essential reading for scholars and students across the social and behavioural sciences, arts and humanities, and far beyond these disciplinary boundaries.
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