Multi-Media in the Visual Sociology of Power, Violence and Justice

Wednesday, 18 July 2018: 15:30-17:20
RC57 Visual Sociology (host committee)

Language: English

How do multi-media platforms serve in the visual sociology of power, violence and justice? Instead of the classic poster session format, this session is devoted for presentations of research which uses multi-media platforms in the research protocol and/or in the dissemination of the research findings. We invite proposals for a maximum of 10 minutes presentation (either as a stand-alone presentation, or with an oral presentation by the author). Your presentation should include an explanation on the methodological, theoretical or pedagogical role of the visual dimension and the multi-media platform in your research and presentation. Each presentation will be followed by short discussion with the audience. In your proposal please describe your research, your multi-media presentation, and the logic for using multi-media in your research and/or presentation. Authors of accepted proposals will be asked to submit their presentation to the organizers a month before the conference.
Session Organizers:
Regev NATHANSOHN, University of Haifa, Israel and Ayelet KOHN, David Yellin College of Education, Israel
Regev NATHANSOHN, University of Haifa, Israel
M. Ragip ZIK, Free University of Berlin, Germany
Oral Presentations
Universities Project: Understand the Multiple Layers of the University. the University As Archipelago (Glissant).
Sarah WILSON, School of Social Sciences, University of Stirling, United Kingdom; Melanie LOVATT, University of Stirling, United Kingdom
Claiming Place: Race, Land, and Spatial Justice
Sarah FRANZEN, Emory University, USA
50CIAIS Project: Five Decades of Resistance, Empiricism and Transdisciplinarity from Ceará Sociological Thought.
Fernando NOBRE CAVALCANTE, Federal University of Rio Grande do Norte - UFRN, Brazil; Bruno RIBEIRO, Federal University of Ceará, Brazil
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