Publishing and Presenting Research Photographs
The aim of this concluding chapter is to examine, with examples, the various ways that photographic research can be presented for publication. The focus is first on the use of multiple photographs with vignettes to explain social phenomena and second photo-narrative that is a series of photographs that together describe a complex social situation. These approaches are then shown in the context of conference presentation and the writing of research papers for publication. This chapter also examines the sometimes difficult to navigate problem of copyright. This is especially relevant when researchers might want to re-use already published photos of their own or those produced by others.
KeywordsPublishing Photo-narratives Conference Copyright Creative commons
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