THINKING, DOING AND PUBLISHING VISUAL RESEARCH: THE STATE OF THE FIELD ?
July 20-22, 2010
THINKING, DOING AND PUBLISHING VISUAL RESEARCH:
THE STATE OF THE FIELD ?
CALL FOR PAPERS
SUBMISSION DEADLINE: March 30, 2010
Please send abstracts or completed papers directly to the Panel chair Ð email addresses are provided.
This only lists panels seeking papers
Fully formed panels will appear on the conference program
Panel 1: Visual Mobile Mediascape
Panel 2: Sociology of the visual: researching the uses of visual texts and technologically-enhanced modes of vision
Panel 3: The Indecisive Moment: Photography in the Age of Banality
Panel 4: Domesticating the city: Visual methods and practical consciousness of space.
Panel 5: An objective gaze? Journalism, photographs and representations
Panel 6: How people look?
Panel 7: Integrating fieldwork methodologies using the Net and its tools
Panel 8: User Generated Visual: SNS and online worlds. Visual research methods
Panel 9: Visual Research 2.0
Panel 10: Methodological Issues of Visual Data Collection, Production and Presentation
Panel 11 : Visual sociology of religion
Panel 12: Visual Examination of school design and planning
Panel 14: The contribution of visual techniques in the analysis of ethno-territorial conflicts
Panel 15: Urban changes: the new city from downtown to suburbs
Panel 16: Photography, architecture and built environments
Panel 17: Visual educational research
Panel 18: Window shopping seeking for identity within the consumption sphere
Panel 19: Reading material culture
Panel 20: Healthscapes: Images of Health and Wellness
Panel 21: The visual construction of human suffering
Panel 22: Doing Work
Panel 23: Military Images: Production, Presentation and Consumption
PUBLICATION OF RESULTS
Panel 24: ÔOur feature presentation': the visual sociologist at the movies
Panel 25: Ethnografic film in sociological research and teaching at the university: scientific and organizational challenges
Panel 26: From the darkroom to the kitchen table: practices and places of visual media production
Panel 27: Representations in visual research: Content in context Ð reflexivity in question
Panel 28, 29, 30: Open Panels