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Фотовыявление: истоки, развитие, темы и формы / Пер. с англ. и вступительное слово Н.М. Богдановой

DOI: https://doi.org/10.19181/socjour.2013.2.380

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Харпер Д. . Фотовыявление: истоки, развитие, темы и формы / Пер. с англ. и вступительное слово Н.М. Богдановой // Социологический журнал. 2013. Том. 0. № 2. С. С. 16-42.
DOI: https://doi.org/10.19181/socjour.2013.2.380

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ТЕОРИЯ И МЕТОДОЛОГИЯ

Аннотация:

Данная статья представляет собой краткий обзор метода фотовыявления, демонстрирующий распространение исследований с его применением в разных предметных областях. Статья отражает практические рассуждения, на основании которых делается вывод о том, что фотовыявление расширяет возможности традиционного эмпирического исследования, поставляя информацию иного рода, а также более обширные данные, чем те, что производятся обычными методами исследования.

Ключевые слова:

фотовыявление; фотовыявляющее интервью; фотоотклик; местное сообщество; идентичность

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