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TitleTeaching visual methods in the social sciences
Author edited by Sal Watt and Caroline Wakefield
ImprintAbingdon, Oxon ; New York, NY : Routledge, 2017
Descript xvii, 227 pages ; 24 cm


Part I : Thinking through the use of visual methods in learning and teaching -- Introduction ; Looking back : the use of visual methods in the social sciences ; Research ethics and visual methods ; Visual methods: Developing pedagogical application -- Part II : Teaching visual methods -- Case studies: different visual methods -- Film: using secondary data as a mechanism to support student learning ; Drawing: A visual method as an expressive data collection technique ; Bricolage: Visual and creative arts in the design of applied psychology assessments ; Case studies: different student populations -- Students: examining photo-ethnography and documentary as an unorthodox learning and teaching strategy ; Fieldwork: Using visual methods as a tool for field data collection ; Crossing over cultures: Using visual methods in a cross-cultural context for teaching and research -- Part III : Reflections -- Practical applications of teaching visual methods ; Practitioner resources

Social sciences -- Study and teaching -- Audio-visual aids

Political Science Library300.71 T253DUE 16-12-20


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