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An Introduction to Using Video for Research

@inproceedings{Jewitt2012AnIT,
  title={An Introduction to Using Video for Research},
  author={C. Jewitt},
  year={2012}
}
This working paper provides an introduction to the use of video for research. It maps the scope and use of video for research and demonstrates that video is a significant resource for many contemporary social researchers across a range of fields. The different uses of video are mapped including its use in participatory research, videography, video interviews, the analysis of existing videos, and video based fieldwork. The key qualities and features of video as a research tool and video data are… Expand
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