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Theoretical Framework of the filmed Interview in Communication Studies

Pour une épistémologie de l’entretien filmé en Sciences de l’Information et de la Communication
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Lebtahi, Yannick; Zetlaoui, Tiphaine

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Abstract In the Social Sciences today, there are a variety of ways to approach the various areas of investigation and a wide range of observational methods. Depending on academic background and research interests, researchers explore and emphasize certain approaches and categorizations at the expense of others in the implementation of their audiovisual investigations. These observations lead us to first question the definition of image in its connection to the object of research and its status and, secondly, to identify the diversity of current practices and uses. Indeed, the status of an image changes according to the media used and the contexts of reception. The circulation of images promotes exchange and connection between the various groups of actors. If we awkwardly accompany images, we risk unwittingly betraying their original meaning. Furthermore, there is the possibility of conflicts or unintended distortions linked to the activities of projection and identification. Our goal will be to propose a methodological framework and establish an initial model for all researchers in Communication Studies using the audiovisual method. Finally, the researcher accepts not only to properly conduct his research, but also to present an audiovisual project taking into account from the start advantages, constraints, issues of influence and scientific impact.
Keywords social science; method; observation; qualitative method; communication sciences; interview; methodology
Classification Research Design
Free Keywords qualitative audiovisual research
Document language English
Publication Year 2016
Page/Pages p. 107-113
Journal ESSACHESS - Journal for Communication Studies, 9 (2016) 1
ISSN 1775-352X
Status Published Version; peer reviewed
Licence Creative Commons - Attribution-NonCommercial