Picture the Practice--Using Photography to Explore Use of Technology Within Teachers' Work Practices

Kanstrup, Anne Marie
May 2002
Forum: Qualitative Social Research;2002, Vol. 3 Issue 2, p95
Academic Journal
This article describes photography as a means for data collection and analysis in a workplace study on the use of technology within teachers' work practices. Examples of visual technology applications within workplace studies are outlined and the source of inspiration behind the use of photography in this particular workplace study is described. With a point of departure in stories from the study at hand, the experiences from photography for both data collection and analysis appear. The article concludes with reflections on both the empirical and the methodological results.


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