The panel show: further experiments with graphic transcripts and vignettes
The analysis of video recordings in EMCA has brought with it an attentiveness to the embodied, mobile, visual, ecological and other aspects of members’ practices. In this article, the use of comic strips comics to transcribe video, and to construct vignettes that exhibit video materials as comic strips, are explored as a response to EMCA’s concern about losing the phenomena and participants’ perspectives. Two graphic transcripts and two graphic vignettes, each based on the same recording, are presented in order to consider which aspects of practices they assist the researcher in exhibiting.
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