Citations – photography in research
And the half life of my doctoral work isn’t all that bad, either, even though the technology on which it was based (family photography in a pre-digital era) is now obsolete!
Recent glimpses include
Borkowska, Katarzyna (2013) The consumption of hegemonic masculinity: understanding gender patterns through computer-mediated communication. PhD thesis, University of Glasgow
Rose, G. (2012). Doing family photography: The domestic, the public and the politics of sentiment. Ashgate Publishing.
Vila, P. (2013). The Importance of Photo-interviewing as a Research Method in the Study of Identity Construction Processes: An Illustration from the U.S.–Mexico Border. Visual Anthropology, 26 (1),
Tinkler, P. (2013). Using photographs in social and historical research. Sage.