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How can researchers avoid the inherent problem of influencing subjects while observing them? In this pioneering work, Ziller examines the uses of photography and video-communication as observation techniques.
He discusses the advantages and disadvantages of these approaches and outlines various research possibilities when using photo communication. Practical examples are drawn from clinical psychology, intercultural communication, family studies and criminal justice to demonstrate the effectiveness of this approach.
Self-Social-Environmental Orientations through Auto-Photography
Images and Meaning of the Self
The Self and Value Orientations
The Iconic Communication of Values Across Cultures
Self and Other's View of Self and Country
The Meaning of Life Events
The Insider's Extemporaneous View