Video Production for Anthropology and Social Research
16/05/2022 - 20/05/2022
Mark Saunders & Dr. Michele de Laurentiis
Entry (no or almost no prior knowledge)
Michele de Laurentiis, email@example.com
This online course is addressed to social researchers interested in using video during their fieldwork or to disseminate their research projects. It will equip you with a working knowledge on video production, as well as the best practice for conducting video interviews, creating engaging visual narratives and using cameras in the field.
The course is organized in modules delivered live on Zoom over 4 days (May 16, 17, 19, 20).
Each module builds on the last and will cover key concepts and offer practical exercises to develop your skills and confidence in technical and creative aspects of video making. All modules will be recorded and you will have access to the recordings in case you want to refresh the content or you are not able to attend.
Website and registration:
Participatory Research, Participatory Action Research (PAR), Qualitative Interviewing, Recording interviews, Videoing interviews, Real time and video observation, Visual Methods, Video research, Data Collection (other), Data Editing, Qualitative Approaches (other), Dissemination through Film and Video, Workshops, Interviewer skills and training
Related publications and presentations:
Participatory Action Research (PAR)
Real time and video observation
Data Collection (other)
Qualitative Approaches (other)
Dissemination through Film and Video
Interviewer skills and training