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Video Recording as the Reflexive Preservation and Configuration of Phenomenal Features for Analysis

@inproceedings{Mondada2006VideoRA,
  title={Video Recording as the Reflexive Preservation and Configuration of Phenomenal Features for Analysis},
  author={L. Mondada},
  year={2006}
}
  • L. Mondada
  • Published 2006
  • Computer Science
  • The use of video is becoming a widespread practice within the social sciencesinterested in the real-time production of social life – and not only within special-ized research areas dealing with the visual, such as visual sociology or anthropol-ogy and the studies of gesture and multimodality. Video constitutes a fundamentaltechnique for constituting the corpora of data for analysis, as well as an importantmean of rendering research results, such as in documentary films or… CONTINUE READING

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