Posts Tagged: Visual Inquiry

About seeing – What we perceive vs. what is there

We tend to think that we all see the same when we look at something that is in front of our eyes. However, our social and cultural backgrounds clearly play a role. For example, in our multi-cultural household we perceive

About seeing – What we perceive vs. what is there

We tend to think that we all see the same when we look at something that is in front of our eyes. However, our social and cultural backgrounds clearly play a role. For example, in our multi-cultural household we perceive

A Cinderella Story

In visual sociology we often pose research questions throughout the concept of the narrative. Within this section we must consider the idea and techniques of the narrative, an idea which according to some authors have been around since the beginning

A Cinderella Story

In visual sociology we often pose research questions throughout the concept of the narrative. Within this section we must consider the idea and techniques of the narrative, an idea which according to some authors have been around since the beginning

Starting notes on the visual and social inquiry

In 2005, Douglas Harper argued for an Integrative Visual Sociology, which enables an empathetic understanding of sociological questions, as opposed to a more pattern-analysis-based, macro conceptualization of sociological questions. The main features of this new approach are: Work with traditional assumptions

Starting notes on the visual and social inquiry

In 2005, Douglas Harper argued for an Integrative Visual Sociology, which enables an empathetic understanding of sociological questions, as opposed to a more pattern-analysis-based, macro conceptualization of sociological questions. The main features of this new approach are: Work with traditional assumptions