A taxonomy of relationships between images and text

@article{Marsh2003ATO,
  title={A taxonomy of relationships between images and text},
  author={Emily E. Marsh and Marilyn Domas White},
  journal={J. Documentation},
  year={2003},
  volume={59},
  pages={647-672}
}
The paper establishes a taxonomy of image‐text relationships that reflects the ways that images and text interact. It is applicable to all subject areas and document types. The taxonomy was developed to answer the research question: how does an illustration relate to the text with which it is associated, or, what are the functions of illustration? Developed in a two‐stage process – first, analysis of relevant research in children's literature, dictionary development, education, journalism, and… Expand
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