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Visual Sociology 2013

Visual Sociologists employ what is usually regarded as a very qualitative analytical approach to investigating the social world, and along the way explore the boundaries between science and art.  On this page are images from the Spring 2013 Visual Sociology course.

Brightman1

Photo by Benjamin Brightman, for a project on images and their meanings

Callihan1

Photo by Kathryn Callihan, for a project on the Virginia Tech Drillfield

Coker1

Photo by Ryan Coker, for a visual ethnography assignment

Compton

Photo by Christian Compton, for a project on RU Greek life

Crandell1

Photo by Bryan Crandell, for a visual ethnography assignment

Crane1

Photo courtesy of Corey Crane, for a project on Radford--Then and Now; this view is from Russell Hall toward the former Fairfax Hall and Moffett Lawn

Crispino

Photo by Katelyn Crispino, for a visual ethnography assignment

Inscoe1

Photo by Chad Inscoe, for a visual ethnography assignment

Mobley1

Photo by Jeremy Mobley, for a project on video gaming

Musumarra1

Photo by Caroline Musumarra, for a project on RU Greek life

Poe1

Photo by Brianne Poe, for a project on Bisset Park

Rash1

Photo by Cubby Rash, for a project on Alpha Phi Omega service fraternity

Reda1

Photo by Madeleine Reda, for a project on Wildwood Park

Roko1

Photo by Nicole Roko, for a project on the changing meanings of tattoos

ScottPatxot1

Photo by Damaris Scott Patxot, for a visual ethnography assignment

Tubb1

Photo by Ashlie Tubb, for a project on The Palisades Restaurant

Wright1

Photo by Heather Wright, for a project on the Mountain Ridge Paranormal Research Society and their work at Saint Albans Sanatorium

Jun 18, 2013
Dr. Roby Page
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