Институт социологии
Федерального научно-исследовательского социологического центра
Российской академии наук

Журнал: Социологический журнал

Харпер Д. .
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

Харпер Дуглас
Дюкенский университет; журнал «Визуальная социология»; Американская ассоциация визуальных социологов
профессор социологии; главный редактор; президент

Моя книжная полка

        > отложить
      >> посмотреть свою книжную полку
 

Полный текст

Открыть текст

Ссылка при цитировании:

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

Рубрика:

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.

Литература:

  • Barndt, Deborah. 1980. Education and Social Change: A Photographic Study of Peru. Dubuque, IA: Kendall Hunt.
  • Barndt, Deborah. 1990. To Change This House: Popular Education Under the Sandinistas. Toronto: Between the Lines Press.
  • Belin, Ruth. 2005. Photo-elicitation and the Agricultural Landscape: ‘Seeing’ and ‘telling’ about farming, community and place. Visual Studies 20 (1), 56–68.
  • Berger, John. 1992. Keeping a Rendezvous. New York: Vintage International.
  • Buchanan, D. 1998. “Representing process: the contribution of a re-engineering frame”, International Journal of Operations and Production Management 18(11/12):1163–1182.
  • Bunster, Ximena. 1978. “Talking pictures: a study of proletarian mothers in Lima, Peru”, Studies in the Anthropology of Visual Communication 5(1):37–55.
  • Bunster, Ximena, Elsa Chaney and Ellan Young. 1989. Sellers and Servants: Working Women in Lima, Peru. New York: Bergin and Garvey.
  • Calderola, Victor. 1985. “Visual contexts: a photographic research method in anthropology”, Studies in Visual Communication 11(3):33–55.
  • Chiozzi, Paolo. 1989. “Photography and anthropological research: three case studies”, in Robert Boonzajer Flaes, ed., Eyes Across the Water. Amsterdam: Het Spinhuis, 43–50.
  • Collier, John Jr 1957. “Photography in anthropology: a report on two experi-ments”, American Anthropologist 59:843–859.
  • Collier, John Jr 1967. Visual Anthropology: Photography as a Research Method. New York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston.
  • Cross, Katherine, Allison Kabel and Cathy Lysack. 2006. Images of Self and spinal cord injury: Exploring drawing as a visual method in disability re-search. Visual Studies 21 (2), 183–193.
  • Collier, John Jr 1987. “Visual anthropology’s contributions to the field of anthro-pology”. Visual Anthropology 1(1):37–46.
  • Collier, John Jr and Malcolm Collier. 1986. Visual Anthropology: Photography as a Research Method (revised and expanded). Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press.
  • Cowan, Peter. 1999. “‘Drawn’ into the community: Reconsidering the artwork of Latino adolescents”, Visual Sociology 14(1/2):91–107.
  • Craig, Robert, Philip Kretsedemas and Bruce Gryniewski. 1997. “Picturing Afri-can-Americans: Readers reading magazine advertisements”, Visual Sociology 12(1):28–58.
  • Curry, Timothy Jon and Richard Strauss. 1986. “A little pain never hurt anybody: A photo-essay on the normalization of sports injuries”, Sociology of Sport Journal 11(2):192–208.
  • Dempsey, John V. and Susan A. Tucker. 1994. “Using photo-interviewing as a tool for research and evaluation”, Educational-Technology 34(4):55–62.
  • Emmison, Michael and Philip Smith. 2001. Researching the Visual: Images, Ob-jects, Contexts and Interactions in Social and Cultural Inquiry. London: Sage.
  • Gold, Steven J. 1991. “Ethnic boundaries and ethnic entrepreneurship: a photo-elicitation study”, Visual Sociology, 6(2):9–22.
  • Gubrium, Jaber F., James Holstein and David R. Buckholdt. 1994. Constructing the Life Course. New York: General Hall.
  • Guindi, Fadwa El. 1998. “From pictorializing to visual anthropology”, in H. Russel Hernard, ed., Handbook of Methods in Cultural Anthropology. London: Sage, 459–511.
  • Harper, Douglas and Patrizia Faccioli. 2009. The Italian Way: Food and Social Life. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.
  • Harper, Colter. 2011. The Crossroads of the World: A social and cultural history of jazz in Pittsburgh’s Hill District, 1920–1970. University of Pittsburgh, Ph.D. dissertation.
  • Harper, Douglas. 1987a. “The visual ethnographic narrative”, Visual Anthropolo-gy 1(1):1–19.
  • Harper, Douglas. 1987b. Working Knowledge: Skill and Community in a Small Shop. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.
  • Harper, Douglas. 1988. “Visual sociology: Expanding sociological vision”, The American Sociologist 19(1):54–70.
  • Harper, Douglas. 1993. “On the authority of the image: Visual sociology at the crossroads”, in Norman K. Denzin and Yvonna Lincoln, eds, Handbook of Qualitative Research. Newbury Park, CA: Sage Publications, 403–412.
  • Harper, Douglas. 1998. “An argument for visual sociology”, Jon Prosser, ed., Im-age-based Research: A Sourcebook for Qualitative Researchers. London: Falmer Press, 24–41.
  • Harper, Douglas. 2000. “Reimagining visual methods: Galileo to Neuromancer”, in Norman Denzin and Yvonna Lincoln, eds, Handbook of Qualitative Re-search, 2nd edn. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications, 717–732.
  • Harper, Douglas. 2001. Changing Works: Visions of a Lost Agriculture. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.
  • Harper, Douglas and Patrizia Faccioli. 2000. “‘Small silly insults’, mutual seduc-tion and misogyny: The interpretation of Italian advertising signs”, Visual Sociology 15(1/2):23–49.
  • Harper, Douglas. 2012. Visual Sociology. London: Routlege.
  • Hethorn, Janet and Susan Kaiser. 1999. “Youth style: articulating cultural anxie-ty”, Visual Sociology 14 (1/2):109–125.
  • Hockings, Paul, ed. 1975. Principles of Visual Anthropology. The Hague: Mouton Publishers.
  • Kretsedemas, Philip. 1993. “Reading advertisements: race vs. ethnicity?”, Visual Sociology 8(2):40–47.
  • Messaris, Paul and Larry Gross. 1977. “Interpretations of a photographic narrative by viewers in four age groups”, Studies in the Anthropology of Visual Communication 4(2):99–111.
  • Owens, Bill. 1972. Suburbia. San Francisco: Straight Arrow Books.
  • Sampson-Cordle, Alice Vera. 2001. “Exploring the relationship between a small rural school in Northeast Georgia and its community: an image-based study using participant-produced photographs”, Ph.D. dissertation, Athens, Geor-gia.
  • Smith, C. Zoe and Anne-Marie Woodward. 1999. “Photo-elicitation method gives voice and reactions of subjects”, Journalism-and-Mass-Communication-Educator 53(4):31–41.
  • Snyder, Eldon E. 1990. “Emotion and sport: a case study of collegiate women gymnasts”, Sociology of Sport Journal 7(3):254–270.
  • Snyder, Eldon E. and Ronald Ammons. 1993. “Baseball’s emotion work: Getting psyched to play”, Qualitative Sociology 16(2):111–132.
  • Spence, Jo. 1986. Putting Myself in the Picture: A Political Personal and Photo-graphic Autobiography. Seattle: Real Comet Press.
  • Steiger, Ricabeth. 1995. “First children and family dynamics”, Visual Sociology 10(1/2):28–49.
  • Suchar, Charles S. 1988. “Photographing the changing material culture of a gentri-fied community”, Visual Sociology Review 3(2):17–22.
  • Suchar, Charles S. 1992. “Icons and images of gentrification: the changed material culture of an urban community”, Gentrification and Urban Change: Research in Urban Sociology 2:165–192.
  • Suchar, Charles S. and Robert Rotenberg. 1994. “Judging the adequacy of shelter: a case from Lincoln Park”, Journal of Architectural and Planning Research, 11(2):149–165.
  • Sustik, Anne. 1999. “An auto-photographic, naturalistic investigation of the ad-justment of refugees from the former Soviet Union to life in the United States”, Ph.D. dissertation, Loyola University.
  • Van der Does, Patricia, Sonja Edelaar, Imke Gooskens, Margreet Liefting and Marije van Mierlo. 1992. “Reading images: a study of a Dutch neighbor-hood”, Visual Sociology 7(1):4–67.
  • Vassenden, Anders and Mette Andersson. 2010. When an Image Becomes Sacred: Photo-elicitation with images of holy books. Visual Studies 25 (2), 149–161).
  • Wagner, Jon. 1978. “Perceiving a planned community”, in Jon Wagner, ed., Im-ages of Information. Beverly Hills, CA: Sage Publishers, 85–100.
  • Zerubavel, Evitar. 1997. Social Mindscapes: An Invitation to Cognitive Soci-ology. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press.

Содержание выпуска

>> Содержание выпуска 2013. Том. 0. № 2.
>> Архив журнала



КОММЕНТАРИИ К ЭТОЙ СТРАНИЦЕ



rss подписаться на RSS ленту комментариев к этой странице
ОСТАВИТЬ КОММЕНТАРИЙ
Комментарии. Всего [0]: