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Monday, October 20, 2008

Introducing Visual (Research) Methods: Review Paper

ESRC National Centre for Research Methods Review Paper
Introducing Visual Methods (65 pages)
Jon Prosser, University of Leeds, UK
Andrew Loxley, Trinity College, University of Dublin, Eire
October 2008
National Centre for Research Methods
NCRM Review Papers


Over the last two decades there has been a global surge in interest in visual research methods. Word and number-based researchers are coming to realise there is considerable potential for gaining knowledge if image-based methodologies are adopted. This paper provides and overview of approaches and perspectives broken down into five easily digested sections to be consumed wholly or in part: early visual research; researcher created data; respondent created data; research design; and visual ethics. The paper will be of particular interest to qualitative social scientists new to visual methods or those with little experience of their application. A wide range of carefully selected references and resources are included to provide the reader with further in-depth insights.

My source: IVSA Digest - 17 Oct 2008 to 18 Oct 2008 (#2008-153)

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