Formerly 'Visual Sociology' published by Visual Sociology Association
Publisher: Routledge, part of the Taylor & Francis Group
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Seeing the Olympics: images, spaces, legacies
Coles, Peter; Knowles, Caroline; Newbury, Darren
Photography against the Olympic spectacle
Go for gold!
Clays Lane Live archive
Seeing Olympic effects through the eyes of marginally housed youth: changing places and the gentrification of East London
Kennelly, Jacqueline; Watt, Paul
Patelli, Paolo; Simeone, Luca
Sweat, slow motion and solidarity: Ichikawa's Tokyo Olympiad in Ireland
Olympic ghosts in a former warzone: what the legacy of 1984 means for Sarajevo today
Perimeter: Sydney Olympic Park 2011
‘Follow the flag forever’: Beijing 2008
The 2008 Beijing Olympics opening ceremony: visual insights into China's soft power
Chen, Chwen Chwen; Colapinto, Cinzia; Luo, Qing
Dressing up to join the games: Vancouver 2010
Dyck, Noel; Gauvin, Ryan
The revanchist logic of mega-events: community displacement in Rio de Janeiro's West End
Silvestre, Gabriel; de Oliveira, Nelma Gusmão
Extra/ordinary: Craft and contemporary art
Shared intelligence: American painting and the photograph
Fu, Albert S.
Thomas Kinkade: The artist in the mall
Halasz, Judith R.
Smoke damage: Voices from the front lines of America's tobacco wars
Since '45: America and the making of contemporary art
Brain injury survivors: Narratives of rehabilitation and healing
Lorenz, Laura S.
Parallel texts: Interviews and interventions about art
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