Advances in Visual Methodology is the new book edited by Sarah Pink.
This innovative book examines and introduces cutting edge visual methods in social research.
It explores the development of visual methodology as a field of interdisciplinary and post-disciplinary practice spanning scholarly and applied concerns. Positioned at the innovative edge of theory and practice in contemporary visual research, Pink’s engaging book goes beyond the methods, ideas and fields of practice outlined in existing texts and handbooks.
This book examines:
” How new theoretical and methodological engagements are developing and emerging in research practice;
” the impact new approaches are having on the types of knowledge visual research produces and critiques;
” the ways visual research intersects with new media;
” and the implications for social and cultural research, scholarship and intervention.
PART ONE: KEY DEVELOPMENTS AND ISSUES
Advances in Visual Methodology: An Introduction Sarah Pink
Visual Ethics in a Contemporary Landscape Andrew Clark
PART TWO: VISUAL PRACTICES AND VITALISING PRACTICE
The Politics and Practices of Looking: CCTV Video and Domestic Kitchen Practices Lydia Martens
Video in Analytic Practice Jon Hindmarsh and Dylan Tutt
Virtual/Visual Ethnography: Methodological Crossroads Elisenda Ardévol
PART THREE: NEW VISUAL SPATIALITIES
Community Mapping as Auto-Ethno-Cartography Cristina Grasseni
Visual Ethnography and the Internet: Visuality, Virtuality and the Spatial Turn Sarah Pink
Geomedia-Based Methods and Visual Research. Francesco Lapenta
PART FOUR: PUBLIC SCHOLARSHIP, ARTS AND VISUAL INTERVENTION
Ethno-Mimesis and Participatory Arts Maggie O’Neill
Healing Mirrors: Body Arts and Ethnographic Methodologies Christina Lammer
Digital Technologies, Visual Research and the Non-Fiction Image Roderick Coover with Pat Badani, Flavia Caviezel, Mark Marino, Nitin Sawhney, William Uricchio
PART FIVE: TOWARDS AN INTERDISCIPLINARY VISUAL METHODOLOGY?
An Anthropologist in the Film Archives: Interdisciplinary Approaches Marcus Banks
Visualizing Interior Worlds: Interdisciplinary Routes to Knowing Susan Hogan and Sarah Pink
Contemplating the State of Visual Research: An Assessment of Obstacles and Opportunities Luc Pauwels