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The Routledge International Handbook of Ethnographic Film and Video

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The Routledge International Handbook of Ethnographic Film and Video is a state-of-the-art book which encompasses the breadth and depth of the field of ethnographic film and video-based research. With more and more researchers turning to film and video as a key element of their projects, and as research video production becomes more practical due to technological advances as well as the growing acceptance of video in everyday life, this critical book supports young researchers looking to develop the skills necessary to produce meaningful ethnographic films and videos, and serves as a comprehensive resource for social scientists looking to better understand and appreciate the unique ways in which film and video can serve as ways of knowing and as tools of knowledge mobilization. Les mer
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The Routledge International Handbook of Ethnographic Film and Video is a state-of-the-art book which encompasses the breadth and depth of the field of ethnographic film and video-based research. With more and more researchers turning to film and video as a key element of their projects, and as research video production becomes more practical due to technological advances as well as the growing acceptance of video in everyday life, this critical book supports young researchers looking to develop the skills necessary to produce meaningful ethnographic films and videos, and serves as a comprehensive resource for social scientists looking to better understand and appreciate the unique ways in which film and video can serve as ways of knowing and as tools of knowledge mobilization.


Comprised of 31 chapters authored by some of the world's leading experts in their respective fields, the book's contributors synthesize existing literature, introduce the historical and conceptual dimensions of the field, illustrate innovative methodologies and techniques, survey traditional and new technologies, reflect on ethics and moral imperatives, outline ways to work with people, objects, and tools, and shape the future agenda of the field. With a particular focus on making ethnographic film and video, as opposed to analyzing or critiquing it, from a variety of methodological approaches and styles, the Handbook provides both a comprehensive introduction and up-to-date survey of the field for a vast variety of audiovisual researchers, such as scholars and students in sociology, anthropology, geography, communication and media studies, education, cultural studies, film studies, visual arts, and related social science and humanities. As such, it will appeal to a multidisciplinary and international audience, and features a dynamic, forward-thinking, innovative, and contemporary focus oriented toward the very latest developments in the field, as well as future possibilities.

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Innholdsfortegnelse

1. Introduction


Phillip Vannini


Part 1: Practicing the Art and Science of Ethnographic Film and Video


Introduction


2. Defining Ethnographic Film


P. Kerim Friedman


3. Theorizing in/of Ethnographic Film


Jenny Chio


4. Filming the Other


Stephanie Spray


5. The New Art of Ethnographic Filmmaking


Christopher Wright


6. Beyond Ethnographic Representation


Robert Willim


7. From Ethnographic Media to Multimodality


Samuel Gerald Collins and Matthew Durington


Part 2: Applying and Extending Approaches and Methodologies


Introduction


8. Ethnomethodological Approaches


Asta Cekaite


9. Oral History, Visual Ethnography, and the Interactive Documentary


Kathleen M. Ryan and David Staton


10. Visual Psychological Anthropology


Robert Lemelson and Annie Tucker


11. Video Diaries


Charlotte Bates


12. Feminist and Queer Approaches


Molly Merryman


Part 3: Developing Genres and Styles


Introduction


13. Interactive Media


Peter Biella


14. Sound Matters


Alexandrine Boudreault-Fournier


15. Documentary Hybrids


Lorenzo Ferrarini


16. Sensory Verite


Kathy Kasic


17. Ethnocinema


Anne Harris


Part 4: Working with Others


Introduction


18. Respect, Integrity, Trust


Paul Wolffram


19. Participation, Reception, Consent, and Refusal


Arjun Shankar


20. Collaborative Post-production


Jasper Chalcraft and Rose Satiko Gitirana Hikiji


21. Filming with Non-humans


Sarah Abbott


Part 5: Working with Tools and Techniques


Introduction


22. Mobile Video Methods and Wearable Cameras


Katrina Brown and Petra Lackova


23. Drones


Adam Fish


24. 360 Degrees Video


Mark Westmoreland


25. Screens as Film Locations


Steffen Koehn


Part 6: Distributing and Circulating


Introduction


26, How to Distribute your Ethnographic Film


Harjant Gill


27. Circulating Ethnographic Films in the Digital Age


E. Gabriel Dattatreyan


28. Ethnographic Film/Video as a Graduate Thesis


Catherine Gough-Brady


29. Ethnographic Film Festivals


Carlo Cubero


Conclusion


30. Everything you've always wanted to ask Ethnographic Filmmaker but never had a chance to: A Roundtable Discussion


Phillip Vannini, Peter Biella, Alexandrine Boudreault-Fournier, Carlo Cubero, Lorenzo Ferrarini, Harjant Gill, Kathy Kasic, Molly Merryman, Mark Westmoreland, and Chris Wright


31. Conclusion: The World According to Rouch


Paul Stoller

Om forfatteren

Phillip Vannini is a Professor in the School of Communication and Culture at Royal Roads University in Victoria, Canada, as well as Canada Research Chair in Public Ethnography. He is the author/editor of 15 books, including recent methodological texts such as Doing Public Ethnography and Non-Representational Methodologies. Vannini's research interests, typically pursued from an ethnographic approach, span the fields of social and cultural geographies, cultural studies, and sociology.