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Author Knoblauch, Hubert editor Editor.

Title Video Analysis: Methodology and Methods Qualitative Audiovisual Data Analysis in Sociology Hubert Knoblauch, Bernt Schnettler, Jürgen Raab, Hans-Georg Soeffner [electronic resource]

Published Frankfurt a.M. Peter Lang GmbH, Internationaler Verlag der Wissenschaften 2013


Location Call No. Status
Edition 3rd, Revised ed.
Physical description 219 p.
Contents Contents: Hubert Knoblauch/Bernt Schnettler/Jürgen Raab: Video-Analysis. Methodological Aspects of Interpretive Audiovisual Analysis in Social Research - Thomas Luckmann: Some Remarks on Scores in Multimodal Sequential Analysis - Christian Heath/Paul Luff: Video Analysis and Organisational Practice - Lorenza Mondada: Video Recording as the Reflexive Preservation and Configuration of Phenomenal Features for Analysis - Hubert Knoblauch: Videography. Focused Ethnography and Video Analysis - Jürgen Raab/Dirk Tänzler: Video Hermeneutics - Dirk vom Lehn/Christian Heath: Discovering Exhibits. Video-Based Studies of Interaction in Museums and Science Centres - Cornelius Schubert: Video Analysis of Practice and the Practice of Video Analysis. Selecting field and focus in videography - Anssi Peräkylä/Johanna Ruusuvuori: Facial Expression in an Assessment - Monika Wagner-Willi: On the Multidimensional Analysis of Video-Data. Documentary Interpretation of Interaction in Schools - Bernt Schnettler: Orchestrating Bullet Lists and Commentaries. A Video Performance Analysis of Computer Supported Presentations - Elisabeth Mohn: Permanent Work on Gazes. Video Ethnography as an Alternative Methodology - Eric Laurier/Chris Philo: Natural Problems of Naturalistic Video Data - Sigrid Schmid: Video Analysis in Qualitative Market Research - from Viscous Reality to Catchy Footage - Hans-Georg Soeffner: Visual Sociology on the Basis of «Visual Concentration».
Summary In the last few years we have witnessed the widespread proliferation of video camcorders as a powerful and sophisticated instrument for data collection. Video is increasingly used in broad areas of research throughout the social sciences. It allows for a rich recording of social processes and provides a completely new kind of data. Used as a «microscope of interaction», this «video revolution» is expected to exert profound impact on research practice. But despite its popularity as an instrument, the methodological discussion of video is still underdeveloped. This book gathers a selection of outstanding European researchers in the field of qualitative interpretive video analysis. The contributions discuss the crucial features of video data and present different approaches how to handle, interpret, analyse and present video data collected in a wide range of «real world» social fields. The book thereby aims at providing an overview on contemporary interpretive and qualitative approaches to video analysis.
History notes Hubert Knoblauch is Professor of Sociology at the Technical University Berlin. Bernt Schnettler is Professor of Sociology at the University of Bayreuth. Both are conducting research on interaction, communicative genres and social forms and have build up laboratories of video analysis. Jürgen Raab is Professor of Sociology at the University of Magdeburg. Hans-Georg Soeffner is Professor emeritus at the University of Konstanz and former President of the German Sociological Association. They have developed and applied an original approach to visual data called Sociological Hermeneutics.
Other author Schnettler, Bernt editor Editor.
Raab, Jürgen editor Editor.
Soeffner, Hans-Georg editor Editor.
Subject SOC019000
ISBN 9783653026672
Standard Number 9783653026672