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Includes references. - Contents: 1, Theoretical overview. Visual anthropology: image, object and interpretation / Marcus Banks; An argument for visual sociology / Douglas Harper; Film-making and ethnographic research / Paul Henley; "The camera never lies" / B. Winston; Psychology and photographic theory / O. Cronin; Visual sociology, documentary and photojournalism / H.S. Becker; The status of image-based research / J. Prosser; 2, Images in the research process. Photographs within the sociological process / J. Prosser, D. Schwartz; Remarks on visual competence as an integral part of ethnographic fieldwork / Michael Ball; Photocontext / C. Adelman; Media convergence and social research / Rob Walker, Ron Lewis; The application of images in child abuse investigations / H. Wakefield, R. Underwager; 3, Image-based research in practice. Picture this! Lasting impressions of school / Claudia Mitchell, Sandra Weber; Interpreting family photography / R. Chalfen; Pupils using photographs in school self-evaluation / M. Schratz; Making meaning in art worlds / Elizabeth Chaplin.