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SCLG3606 Final Assessment

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SCLG3606 Visual Sociology: Society in Images Online Quiz Assessment Task TOTAL WORD COUNT (excluding references): QUESTION ONE Is it possible for any/all sociological ideas to be photographed or otherwise explored visually? Outline your position on this question, giving ONE main example or point to support your position.

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Visual sociology Behavioural sciences Photo elicitation Neuropsychology John Collier Jr. Qualitative research Memory Sociology The Sociological Imagination Knowledge
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A sociological idea is one that seeks to explain trends, meaning or the unknown within the individual, event or object. Although the most commonly accepted process of interpretation is by the verbal or written word, at times these methods can become misconstrued, biased overtly complex and lack the understanding especially in the eye of the general audience. Visual data, on the other hand, has the ability to both specify social processes and illustrate the “general in the particular” whilst establishing the relationship between the two (Knowles and Sweetman, 2004: 12-13). This is especially seen in James Mollinson’s (2016) visual essay “Where Chi...
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