Studies of Video Practices: Video at Work

Studies of Video Practices: Video at Work

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ISBN-13: 9781317916482
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Publication date: 05/16/2014
Series: Routledge Research in Cultural and Media Studies
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 294
File size: 10 MB

About the Author

Mathias Broth is Associate Professor of Language and Culture at Linköping University, Sweden.

Eric Laurier, is Senior Lecturer in Geography and Interaction at Edinburgh University, UK.

Lorenza Mondada is Professor in General Linguistics and French Linguistics at the University of Basel, Switzerland.

Table of Contents

Introducing Video at Work Mathias Broth, Eric Laurier, and Lorenza Mondada  Part 1: Shooting  1. Shooting Video as a Research Activity: Video Making as a Form of Proto-Analysis Lorenza Mondada  2. Pans,Tilts, and Zooms. Conventional Camera Gestures in TV Production Mathias Broth  3. The Surgeon as a Camera Director: Maneuvering Video in the Operating Theatre Lorenza Mondada  Part 2: Showing  4. Mundane Video Directors in Interaction. Showing One's Environment in Skype and Mobile Video Calls. Christian Licoppe and Julien Morel  5. The Use of Video in Dental Education: Clinical Reality Addressed as Practical Matters of Production, Interpretation, and Instruction Oskar Lindwall, Elin Johansson, Jonas Ivarsson, Hans Rystedt, and Claes Reit  6. Cameras in Video Games: Comparing Play in Counter- Strike and the Doctor Who Adventures Eric Laurier and Stuart Reeves  7. The Televisual Accountability of Reality TV: The Visual Morality of Musical Performances in Talent Shows Alain Bovet, Philippe Sormani, and Cédric Terzi  Part 3: Assembling  8. The Intersubjective Work of Imagination in Film Editing: Proposals, Suggestions, Re-iterations, Directions, and Other Ways of Producing Possible Sequences Eric Laurier and Barry Brown  9. Dealing with Time, Just in Time: Sense-making and Clip Allocation in Mult-Person, Multi-Stream, Live Play TV Production Mark Perry, Oskar Juhlin, and Arvid Engström

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