By Douglas Harper
Visual sociology has been a part of the sociological vocabulary because the Seventies, yet earlier there has now not been a accomplished textual content that introduces this region. Written via one of many founding fathers within the box, Visual Sociology explores how the realm that's noticeable, photographed, drawn, or differently represented visually isn't like the area that's represented via phrases and numbers.
Doug Harper’s remarkable images and interesting, energetic writing kind will introduce:
- visual sociology as embodied observation
- visual sociology as semiotics
- visual sociology as an method of facts: empirical, narrative, phenomenological and reflexive
- visual sociology as a side of photograph documentary
- visual sociology and multimedia.
This definitive textbook is made from 11 chapters at the key themes in visible sociology. With instructing and studying counsel, in addition to transparent, available reasons of present pondering within the box, this booklet may be a useful source to all people with an curiosity in visible sociology, study tools, cultural geography, cultural concept or visible anthropology.