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Visual Research in the Social Sciences: Key elements of a taxonomic and methodological framework
Unformatted Document Text:  10 context) can be obtained, processed and presented. The quality or value of a scientific product will always be connected with a specific interest and be dependent on the whole process that led to it, involving a great number of choices, influences and circumstances during the set-up, the gathering of data and the processing and presentation of the visual data. Hence the paramount importance of further developing visual methodologies that are tailored to the many constantly evolving modes of visual research. References Banks, Marcus (2001), Visual Methods in Social Research, London/Thousand Oaks/New Delhi: Sage Publications COLLIER, J. (1967), Visual Anthropology: Photography as a Research Method, New York/London, Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 138 p C URRY , T. EN A. C LARKE (1983), Introducing Visual Sociology, Dubuque, Iowa, Kendall/Hunt, tweede herziene uitgave, 101 p. G RIMSHAW , A. (ed.) (1982), ’Special Issue on Sound-Image Records in Social Interaction Research’, Sociological Methods & Research, vol. 11, nr 2, November 1982, pp. 115-255 H EIDER , K. (1976), Ethnographic Film, Austin/London, Univ. of Texas Press, 166 pp. H ENNY , L. (1985), ’Teaching Visual Sociology and Teaching Sociology Visually’, International Journal of Visual Sociology, 1985/1, pp. 12-17. H ENNY , L. (1986b), ’Theory and Practice of Visual Sociology’,Current Sociology, vol. 34, nr 3, Autumn 1986, 76 p. H EUSCH , L., DE , (1988), ’The Cinema and Social Science: A Survey of Ethnographic and Sociological Films’, Visual Anthropology, vol. 1, nr 2, 1988, pp. 99-156 H OCKINGS , P. (ed.) (1975), Principles of Visual Anthropology, Den Haag/Paris, Mouton, 521 p. MacDougall, David (1998) Transcultural Cinema, edited with an introduction by Lucien Taylor, New Jersey: Princeton University Press M EAD , M. (1975), ’Visual Anthropology in a Discipline of Words’ in: Hockings, P. (ed.) (1975), pp. 3-10. P AUWELS , L. (1993), ’The Visual Essay: Affinities and Divergences between the Social Scientific and the Social Documentary Modes’, Visual Anthropology, vol. 6, pp. 199-210. P AUWELS , L. (1996), De Verbeelde Samenleving: Camera, Kennisverwerving en Communicatie, Leuven/Apeldoorn, Garant, 144 p. Pauwels, Luc (2000), Taking the Visual Turn in Research and Scholarly Communication: Key Issues in Developing a More Visually Literate (Social) Science, Visual Sociology, (15): 7- 14.

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context) can be obtained, processed and presented. The quality or value of a scientific product
will always be connected with a specific interest and be dependent on the whole process that
led to it, involving a great number of choices, influences and circumstances during the set-up,
the gathering of data and the processing and presentation of the visual data. Hence the
paramount importance of further developing visual methodologies that are tailored to the many
constantly evolving modes of visual research.
References
Banks, Marcus (2001), Visual Methods in Social Research, London/Thousand Oaks/New Delhi:
Sage Publications
COLLIER, J. (1967), Visual Anthropology: Photography as a Research Method, New
York/London, Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 138 p
C
URRY
, T.
EN
A. C
LARKE
(1983), Introducing Visual Sociology, Dubuque, Iowa, Kendall/Hunt,
tweede herziene uitgave, 101 p.
G
RIMSHAW
, A. (ed.) (1982), ’Special Issue on Sound-Image Records in Social Interaction
Research’, Sociological Methods & Research, vol. 11, nr 2, November 1982, pp. 115-255
H
EIDER
, K. (1976), Ethnographic Film, Austin/London, Univ. of Texas Press, 166 pp.
H
ENNY
, L. (1985), ’Teaching Visual Sociology and Teaching Sociology Visually’, International
Journal of Visual Sociology, 1985/1, pp. 12-17.
H
ENNY
, L. (1986b), ’Theory and Practice of Visual Sociology’,Current Sociology, vol. 34, nr 3,
Autumn 1986, 76 p.
H
EUSCH
, L.,
DE
, (1988), ’The Cinema and Social Science: A Survey of Ethnographic and
Sociological Films’, Visual Anthropology, vol. 1, nr 2, 1988, pp. 99-156
H
OCKINGS
, P. (ed.) (1975), Principles of Visual Anthropology, Den Haag/Paris, Mouton, 521 p.
MacDougall, David (1998) Transcultural Cinema, edited with an introduction by Lucien Taylor,
New Jersey: Princeton University Press
M
EAD
, M. (1975), ’Visual Anthropology in a Discipline of Words’ in: Hockings, P. (ed.) (1975),
pp. 3-10.
P
AUWELS
, L. (1993), ’The Visual Essay: Affinities and Divergences between the Social Scientific
and the Social Documentary Modes’, Visual Anthropology, vol. 6, pp. 199-210.
P
AUWELS
, L. (1996), De Verbeelde Samenleving: Camera, Kennisverwerving en Communicatie,
Leuven/Apeldoorn, Garant, 144 p.
Pauwels, Luc (2000), Taking the Visual Turn in Research and Scholarly Communication: Key
Issues in Developing a More Visually Literate (Social) Science, Visual Sociology, (15): 7-
14.


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