The Web 2.0: opportunities and challenges for visual research

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Presented at IVSA 2010 Conference, Bologna, 20th July 2010 - Recent opportunities offered by the Web 2.0 for improving intersubjectivity in visual research, and the consequences of these changes for doing research. Notes at http://www.scribd.com/doc/34700530/The-Web-2-0-opportunities-and-challenges-for-visual-research-text

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The Web 2.0: opportunities and challenges for visual research

  1. 1. The Web 2.0: opportunities and challenges for improving the intersubjectivity of control Agnese Vardanega Univ. of Teramo, Italy 07/20/10 A. Vardanega - Univ. Teramo 1
  2. 2. Summary  Background: intersubjectivity and visual research  Web 2.0: tools and opportunities in a methodological perspective  Publishing / Sharing  Comments / Participatory interpretation  New uses of visual materials  Changes in research practices  Web 2.0: new challenges  Digital divide  Copyright / acknowledgement 07/20/10 A. Vardanega - Univ. Teramo 2
  3. 3. Does intersubjectivity imply intersubjective agreement?  Intersubjective experience in common sense  Intersubjective experience in science 07/20/10 A. Vardanega - Univ. Teramo 3
  4. 4. Intersubjectivity  Control over procedures and data  guaranteed by the publication of the results  Tables and graphs  Visual, and audiovisual materials  Public discussion and criticism Publication on the Internet provides new “affordances” related to all these activities 07/20/10 A. Vardanega - Univ. Teramo 4
  5. 5. Online publishing Publication Participation 0 Knowledge diffusion 07/20/10 A. Vardanega - Univ. Teramo 5
  6. 6. Texts and visuals Sometimes, text analysis is visual analysis … and vice versa 07/20/10 A. Vardanega - Univ. Teramo 6
  7. 7. Rough or interpreted materials? Categories Definition Normally, visuals are presented together with illustrative texts (captions, references etc) 07/20/10 A. Vardanega - Univ. Teramo 7
  8. 8. Social web and interpretation 07/20/10 A. Vardanega - Univ. Teramo 8
  9. 9. Questions and challenges  Digital Divide  destitute groups  Underprivileged countries and regions  Copyright and recognition of authorship  Resistance to the use of the Internet to spread unpublished works and preprints  Less resistance to the publication of visuals, where common creative licences are widely accept  Collective platforms, such as Hypotheses.org (Fr) or Edublogs.org (Usa) 07/20/10 A. Vardanega - Univ. Teramo 9
  10. 10. New ways for making “social” visual research?  Publishing and sharing materials  Using comments  Allowing  Publishing and analysing  Elicitating to involve participants, scholars, students and/or stakeholders  Enlarged definition of “intersubjectivity”  New forms for integrating textual and visual material 07/20/10 A. Vardanega - Univ. Teramo 10

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