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Participatory Visual and Digital Research in Action. by Gubrium, Aline.; Harper, Krista.; Otañez, Marty.; Otanez, Marty.;
CONTENTS -- List of Illustrations -- Foreword by Phillip Vannini -- Acknowledgments -- 1. Introduction (Aline Gubrium, Krista Harper, and Marty Otañez) -- PART 1: Digital Storytelling -- 2. Are We Listening Yet? Participatory Knowledge Production through Media Practice: Encounters of Political Listening (Darcy Alexandra) -- 3. Digital Storytelling and the Viral Hepatitis Project (Marty Otañez and Andrés Guerrero) -- PART 2: Photovoice -- 4. Picturing Transactional ex: Ethics, Challenges, and Possibilities (Ciann Wilson and Sarah Flicker) -- 5. Seeing Differently: Enticing Reflexivity in the Futurescape City Tours (Cynthia Selin and Gretchen Gano) -- PART 3: Participatory Video -- 6. In Our Grandmothers' Garden: An Indigenous Approach to Collaborative Film (Charles R. Menzies) -- 7. A Hard Way Out: Improvisational Film and Youth Participatory Action Research (Jean Schensul and Campbell Dalglish) -- PART 4: Participatory Mapping and GIS -- 8. Counter-Mapping as Situated Knowledge: Integrating Lay Expertise in Participatory Geographic Research (Nicholas A. Rattray) -- 9. Beyond Words: The Transformative Practice (and Politics) of Digital Spatial and Visual Ethnography in a Rural Shale Gas Boomtown (Simona L. Perry) -- 10. Resurrecting Rosewood: New Heritage as Applied Visual Anthropology (Edward González-Tennant) -- PART 5: Participatory Digital Archives and Museums -- 11. Ethnography of an Ethnographic Somali Photography Archive in Maine (Catherine Besteman) -- 12. Showcasing Heritage: Engaging Local Communities through Museum Practice (Madeleine Tudor and Alaka Wali) -- 13. PeruDigital: Ethnographic Storytelling through Iterative Design (Natalie M. Underberg-Goode) -- PART 6: Participatory Design Ethnography -- 14. Participatory Design for the Common Good (Nancy Fried Foster).15. Caminemos Juntos: Collaboration, Ethnography, and Design in Northeast Los Angeles (Elizabeth Chin, Morgan Marzec, Cayla McCrae, and Tina L. Zeng) -- 16. Games Without Frontiers: App Design as Networked Anthropology (Matthew Durington, Samuel Gerald Collins, and the 2014 Anthropology by the Wire Collective) -- Index -- About the Editors -- About the Contributors.This collection of original articles, a companion to the authors' Participatory Visual and Digital Methods, illustrates how innovative visual and digital research techniques are being used in various field projects in health care, environmental policy, urban planning, education and youth development, and heritage management settings. These methodologies produce rich visual and narrative data guided by participant interests and priorities, key tools for collaborative work. The 16 chapters-include digital storytelling, PhotoVoice, community-based filmmaking, participatory mapping and GIS, and participatory digital archival research;-provide a portfolio of model research projects for researchers who wish to collaborate on community-based studies;-will appeal to an audience across social science, heritage, health, education, and social service fields.An open-access companion website will allow readers to view the research products presented in each contributor's chapter.Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2017. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
Subjects: Electronic books.; Video recording in ethnology.;
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Video Revolutions [electronic resource] : On the History of a Medium by Newman, Michael Z.;
Table of Contents; Preface; Acknowledgments; 1. Three Phases; 2. Video as Television; 3. Video as Alternative; 4. Video as the Moving Image; 5. Medium and Cultural Status; Notes; Select Bibliography; IndexSince the days of early television, video has been an indispensable part of culture, society, and moving-image media industries. Over the decades, it has been an avant-garde artistic medium, a high-tech consumer gadget, a format for watching movies at home, a force for democracy, and the ultimate, ubiquitous means of documenting reality. In the twenty-first century, video is the name we give all kinds of moving images. We know it as an adaptable medium that bridges analog and digital, amateur and professional, broadcasting and recording, television and cinema, art and commercial culture, and o
Subjects: Electronic books.; Video recordings -- History.; Video recordings;
© 2014., Columbia University Press,
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Video Interaction Guidance [electronic resource] : A Relationship-Based Intervention to Promote Attunement, Empathy and Wellbeing by Kennedy, Hilary.(SAGE)1587026; Landor, Miriam.(SAGE)1607073; Todd, Liz.(SAGE)1924530;
Video Interaction Guidance: A Relationship-Based Intervention to Promote Attunement, Empathy and Wellbeing; Preface; Part 1 Video InteractionGuidance; 1. What is Video Interaction Guidance (VIG)?; 2. VIG and the Supervision Process; 3. How and Why does VIG Work?; 4. What is the Evidence that VIG is Effective?; Part 2 Applications of VIG; 5. VIG as a Method to Promote Sensitive Parent-Child Interaction in Infancy; 6. Supporting Vulnerable Families to Change through VIG; 7. Use of VIG in Schools; 8. VIG when Working with Children and Adults on the Autistic Continuum9. VIG in the Context of Childhood Hearing Impairment: A Tool for Family-Centred Practice10. Video Enhanced Reflective Practice; 11. Enhancing Teacher and Student Interactions in Higher Education through Video Enhanced Reflective Practice; Part 3 Connections; 12. Confirming Companionship in Interests, Intentions and Emotions: How VIG Works; 13. VIG and Attachment: Theory, Practice and Research; 14. Video Feedforward: Towards a Preferred Future; 15. Reflecting on VIG Practice from a Relational Systemic Perspective; 16. Narrative Therapy and VIG: Windows into Preferred Identities17. Mindfulness, Attunement and VIG: Being Fully Present while Communicating18. Beyond Therapy: Supporting a Culture of Relational Democracy; Glossary; References; The Contributors; Subject Index; Author IndexVideo Interaction Guidance (VIG) is an effective intervention which builds positive relationships through filming and feedback sessions. By micro-analysing actions and communications in this way, clients are supported to resolve their current difficulties and increase their sensitivity and attunement within the relationship.Bringing together contributions from researchers and practitioners across a range of professions, this book provides a definitive introduction to VIG. The book explains the theory behind the approach, reviews research evidence, and offers case studies that document how VIG
Subjects: Electronic books.; Counseling; Interpersonal relations; Video recording;
© 2011., Jessica Kingsley Publishers,
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Hidden Motion In Everyday Life [electronic resource (video)] / by American Institute of Physics.(SAGE)1679529; Films for the Humanities & Sciences (Firm)(SAGE)1984150; Films Media Group.(SAGE)1996584;
Hidden Motion In Everyday Life (2:00)The human eye can see a lot, but according to scientists our eyes are missing out on some really cool details - like how a person's skin color flickers slightly with each heart beat.Mode of access: Internet.System requirements: FOD playback platform.Title from distributor's description.
Subjects: Educational films.; Internet videos.; Videorecording.; Diagnostic imaging.; Video recording in medicine.;
© [2014], c2014., Films Media Group,
On-line resources: CGCC online access -- Part of the Films on Demand collection.;
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Video Enhanced Reflective Practice [electronic resource] : Professional Development through Attuned Interactions by Todd, Liz.(SAGE)1924530; Landor, Miriam.(SAGE)1607073; Kennedy, Hilary.(SAGE)1587026; Birbeck, Jo.; Cartwright, Emma.; Ferguson, Nancy.(SAGE)1662471; Satariano, Stephanie.; Fukkink, Ruben.; Pease, Terri.; Martikainen, Kaisa.; Elliott, Martin.; Ledin, Anna-Greta.; Archer, Emily.; Webster, Clare.; Celebi, Monika.; Sancho, Michelle.; Begley, Joanna.; Williams, Fiona.; Chasle, Carole.; Jowett, Bev.; Hellier, Cyril.; Upton, Helen.; Sen, Robin.; Quinn, Kirsty.; Barrow, Wilma.; Gibson, Helen(SAGE)1701943; Greene, Alex.; Hayes, Ben.; Jarvis, Jenny.; Underdown, Angela.; Browne, Lucy.; Strathie, Sandra.; Lyon, Susan.; Nestel-Patt, Jane.; Doria, Maria V.; Burakoff, Katja.; Williams, Karen(SAGE)1724300; van Rosmalen, Lia.; Forster, Sheridan.; Hewitt, Jo.; Wetzels, Annemie.;
This edited book presents the applications, theory and research behind Video Enhanced Reflection on Practice, a professional development tool which enables professionals and trainees to analyse their own practice to make more informed decisions about how to improve their communication, therapeutic or teaching skills in more problematic situations.
Subjects: Electronic books.; Career development; Interpersonal relations; Video recording;
© 2015., Jessica Kingsley Publishers,
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Professional Results with Canon® Vixia® Camcorders [electronic resource] : A Field Guide to Canon G10 and XA10 by Bass, Warren(SAGE)1562678;
""Cover""; ""Contents""; ""Introduction""; ""Chapter 1 Camcorder Basics: Getting Started""; ""Differences Between the HF G10 and XA10""; ""Single Chip Versus Three Chips""; ""4:2:0 Color Space""; ""AVCHD""; ""Prepping the Camcorder""; ""Initializing""; ""Selecting the Recording Quality""; ""Selecting Frame Rate""; ""The Lens Shade""; ""Shooting in AUTO Mode""; ""Playback""; ""Chapter 2 Run-and-Gun Shooting""; ""Checklist""; ""Run-and-Gun Focus""; ""Run-and-Gun Exposure""; ""AUTO Mode""; ""Face Detection and Touch & Track""; ""Image Stabilization""; ""SMART AUTO""; ""Semi-Automatic""""Custom Settings""""Fixed Focus""; ""Coverage Strategies""; ""Pre-Record""; ""Chapter 3 Visual Composition""; ""Level Horizon""; ""The Rule of Thirds""; ""Look Space""; ""The 180º Rule and 30º Rule""; ""Eyeline""; ""Figure and Ground""; ""Selecting Shots""; ""Chapter 4 Controlling Exposure""; ""Shutter Speed""; ""Selecting an Aperture""; ""Neutral Density""; ""Gain""; ""Touch Exposure""; ""CUSTOM Key and Dial""; ""The LCD Screen""; ""Zebra Patterns""; ""Waveform Monitor (WFM)""; ""Setting Manual Exposures""; ""Chapter 5 Selective Focus and Depth of Field""; ""Face Detection""""Face Only""""The LCD Screen""; ""The Viewfinder""; ""Dioptric Correction""; ""The Lens""; ""Focus Assistance, Peaking, Focus WFM""; ""Focus Panel and Touch Focus""; ""Zoom Focus""; ""Depth of Field""; ""Chapter 6 Controlling Color""; ""Automatic White Balance""; ""Manual White Balance""; ""Color Temperature""; ""Warm and Cool""; ""Color Balance Presets""; ""Fluorescents""; ""Color Bars""; ""Image Effects""; ""CINEMA Mode""; ""xvCOLOR""; ""Chapter 7 Improving Sound""; ""Using the Internal Mic""; ""Setting Levels""; ""External Audio for the G10""; ""External Audio for the XA10""""Microphone Accessories""""Wireless Mics""; ""Mixing Internal and External""; ""Double System Recording""; ""Air or Room Tone""; ""Prepping the Environment""; ""ADR""; ""Foley Sound""; ""Chapter 8 Shooting in Available Light""; ""Scouting""; ""Using a Reflector""; ""Exposure in Available Light""; ""Overcast""; ""Magic Hour""; ""Interior Light""; ""Base Level""; ""Fluorescents""; ""Practicals""; ""Chapter 9 Lighting Techniques""; ""Basic Concepts""; ""Key and Fill Light""; ""Physical Variables""; ""Hard and Soft Light""; ""Tungsten-Halogen Lights""; ""Fluorescents""; ""Lights on the Camera""""LED Lights""""Lighting Accessories""; ""Chapter 10 Shooting at Night""; ""AUTO Mode at Night""; ""Spotlight and Night Scene Programs""; ""Low Light Mode""; ""Programmed AE""; ""Manual Exposure at Night""; ""Film Noir Lighting""; ""Nighttime Exteriors""; ""Improving Night Images""; ""Lighting in a Car""; ""Infrared""; ""Chapter 11 Mounting the Camcorder""; ""Selecting a Tripod""; ""Monopods""; ""Vehicle Mounts""; ""Chapter 12 Controlling the Moving Camera""; ""Hand-Held Camera Movement""; ""Image Stabilization""; ""Zoom Versus Dolly""; ""Soft Zoom""; ""Tripod""; ""Camera Jib""""Camera Stabilizers""
Subjects: Electronic books.; Camcorders; Video recording -- Equipment and supplies.;
© 2012., Course Technology / Cengage Learning,
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Video production workshop / by Wolsky, Tom(SAGE)1979055;
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Subjects: Video recordings;
Available copies: 1 / Total copies: 1
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Introduction to video production : studio, field, and beyond / by Compesi, Ronald J.,1949-(SAGE)1769769; Gomez, Jaime S.(SAGE)1580005;
Includes bibliographical references (p. 373-374) and index.
Subjects: Video recordings;
Available copies: 1 / Total copies: 1
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What's a Cellphilm? : Integrating Mobile Phone Technology into Participatory Visual Research and Activism. by MacEntee, Katie.; Burkholder, Casey.; Schwab-Cartas, Joshua.;
Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2017. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
Subjects: Electronic books.; Video recordings--Production and direction.;
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Record It! : Shooting and Editing Digital Video. by Masura, Shauna.(DLC)1614528;
Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2018. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
Subjects: Electronic books.; Digital cinematography;
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