Essential reading for anyone analysing images, technologies and society, Doing Visual Ethnography is an engaging and thorough guide to ethnographic and visual research. Updated in tone, language and style, the Fourth Edition of this established text is vastly updated, with:
- A new Chapter 8 on documentary, followed by a new chapter 9 on interventional visual ethnographies.
- Content on "visual futures", explaining ethnographic techniques such as ‘ethnographies of the possible’ and future-focused design anthropology workshops.
- An updated Chapter 5 on Video ethnography for investigating embodied and sensory experience, with new material on digital materiality and technologies such as the use of Go-Pros, drones and wearable cameras.
Part I: Interdisciplinary Theory and Practice
Chapter 1: Interdisciplinary Visual Ethnography
Chapter 2: Seeing, Knowing and Sharing
Chapter 3: Design, Ethics and Practice
Part II: Making, Knowing and Meaning
Chapter 4: Photographic Ethnography Practice
Chapter 5: Video Ethnography Practice
Chapter 6: Making Visual Ethnographic Meanings
Part III: Sharing, Intervention and Futures
Chapter 7: Visual Ethnography in Scholarship
Chapter 8: Documentary and Visual Ethnography
Chapter 9: Interventional Visual Ethnography