Visual Portfolio Assignment Guidelines

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  • Visual Portfolio Assignment Guidelines

    1. 1. VISUAL PORTFOLIOS CONTEMPORARY SOCIOLOGICAL THEORY
    2. 2. COURSE OBJECTIVES 1. KNOW 2. CRITICALLY ANALYZE 3. COMMUNICATE
    3. 3. OBJECTIVES EXAMPLES GUIDELINES
    4. 4. PROJECT OBJECTIVES 1. CRITICALLY ANALYZE AND APPLY SOCIAL THEORY TO NEW IMAGES // SCENES // EVENTS IDEAS // CONCEPTS FROM SOCIAL LIFE
    5. 5. PROJECT OBJECTIVES 2. SPACE FOR EXPLORING TOPICS INCUBATING RESEARCH QUESTIONS FOR FINAL COMPS PROJECT
    6. 6. VISUAL SOCIOLOGY IMAGE TO COMMUNICATE SOCIOLOGICAL UNDERSTANDING DATA COLLECTION TOOL PHOTO ELICITATION
    7. 7. COMPONENTS1. TAKE PHOTOS // IMAGES2. POST PIECES3. COMMENT ON PEERS’ WORK4. PRESENT WORK IN CLASS5. WRITE MEMO
    8. 8. PORTFOLIOS8 - 10 INDIVIDUAL PIECESENGAGE VARIOUS THEORIESRELATE TO WEEK’S READINGS*DEVELOP RESEARCH IDEAS
    9. 9. PIECESAT LEAST ONE PHOTO // IMAGE2 - 3 PARAGRAPHS ANALYSIS1 - 2 RESEARCH IDEAS // QUESTIONS
    10. 10. PIECESimage analysis questions
    11. 11. OBJECTIVES EXAMPLES GUIDELINES
    12. 12. ON PHOTOS1. NO MAIN SUBJECT // KIDS PHOTOS2. ERR ON SIDE OF PERMISSION3. DO NO HARM4. PAY ATTENTION TO POSITIONALITY
    13. 13. ON PHOTOSFANCY: HIPSTAMATIC // INSTAGRAMDIY: POLADROIDIMAGES: NO CHART
    14. 14. EXEMPLARS BLOGROLL ■ Citings and Sightings ■ Cyborgology ■ Digital EthnographyUrban Outfitters is Obsessed with Navajos ■ Everyday Sociology ■ GOODWal-Mart Education ■ Graphic Sociology ■ OrgTheorySummer Blockbusters Traffic in Racist Caricatures ■ Racialicious ■ Racism Review ■ Sociological Images ■ The Sociological ImaginationBlog Roll at soctheory.iheartsociology.com ■ ■ ThickCulture Threadbared ■ Understanding Society
    15. 15. OBJECTIVES EXAMPLES GUIDELINES
    16. 16. REQUIREMENTSMUSTPOST PIECES WEEKLYCOMMENT ON PEERS’ WORKGIVE 2-3 MINUTE PRESENTATIONMEMO FOR BEST WORK
    17. 17. PIECESMUSTCRITICALLY ANALYZEAPPLY SOCIAL THEORYTHEORIZE // USE SOC IMAGINATIONDEVELOP RESEARCH THINKING
    18. 18. ENGAGEPROVIDE PEERSTHOUGHTFUL FEEDBACKRESEARCH IDEASADDITIONAL SOURCES
    19. 19. PRESENT1. INTRODUCE “NEW” THEORIST OR2. SHARE FAVORITE PIECE
    20. 20. MEMOHOW WELL DO YOU FEEL VISUALPORTFOLIO TURNED OUT?WHAT IS YOUR BEST WORK?PROGRESS ON FINAL COMPS?
    21. 21. DETAILED STEPS1. TAKE PHOTOS // IMAGES2. POST PIECES3. COMMENT ON PEERS4. PRESENT WORK IN CLASS5. WRITE MEMO
    22. 22. QUESTIONS?ADDITIONAL DETAILS SYLLABUS COURSEKIT COURSE WEBSITE
    23. 23. THANK YOU!DANIELLE DIRKS, PH.D.ASSISTANT PROFESSORDEPARTMENT OF SOCIOLOGYOCCIDENTAL COLLEGEDIRKS@OXY.EDUDANIELLEDIRKS.COM@DANIELLEDIRKS

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