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Formerly 'Visual Sociology' published by Visual Sociology Association

Publisher: Routledge, part of the Taylor & Francis Group

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Volume 26, Number 2, June 2011

New visual technologies: shifting boundaries, shared moments
pp. 87-91(5)
Authors: Graham, Connor; Laurier, Eric; O'Brien, Vincent; Rouncefield, Mark

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Visual mobile communication, mediated presence and the politics of space
pp. 102-112(11)
Authors: Villi, Mikko; Stocchetti, Matteo

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The secret life of teens: online versus offline photographic displays at home
pp. 113-124(12)
Authors: Durrant, Abigail; Frohlich, David; Sellen, Abigail; Uzzell, David

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Sociology in the blogosphere? Exploring Sociological images
pp. 169-173(5)
Author: McCormack, Karen

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Viewpoints: Visual anthropologists at work
pp. 174-175(2)
Author: Powell, Lindsey

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Visualizing social science: Photographs by Rachel Tanur
pp. 175-176(2)
Author: Chabot, Russell

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Visual currencies: Reflections on Native photography
pp. 178-179(2)
Author: Scherer, Joanna Cohan

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German colonialism, visual culture, and modern memory
pp. 180-180(1)
Author: Reade, Cyril

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What is contemporary art?
pp. 182-183(2)
Author: Casini, Silvia

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