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020 _a9781032001319
082 _a070.18
100 _aRyan, Kathleen M.
245 _aInteractive documentary : decolonizing practice-based research
260 _bRoutledge,
_aNew York :
300 _axix, 238 p. ;
_bill., (b & w),
_c23 cm
365 _b34.99
504 _aIncludes bibliographical references and index.
520 _aInteractive documentary is still an emerging field that eludes concise definitions or boundaries. Grounded in practice based research, this collection seeks to expand the sometimes exclusionary field, giving voice to scholars and practitioners working outside the margins. Editors Kathleen M. Ryan and David Staton have curated a collection of chapters written by a global cohort of scholars to explore the ways that interactive documentary as a field of study reveal an even broader reach and definition of humanistic inquiry itself. The contributors included here highlight how emerging digital technologies, collaborative approaches to storytelling, and conceptualizations of practice as research facilitate a deeper engagement with the humanistic inquiry at the center of documentary storytelling, while at the same time providing agency and voice to groups typically excluded from positions of authority within documentary and practice based research, as a whole. This collection represents a key contribution to the important, and vocal, debates within the field about how to avoid replicating colonial practices and privileging. An important book for practice-based researchers as well as advanced level media and communication students studying documentary media practices, interactive storytelling, immersive media technologies, and digital methodologies.
650 _aCriticism, interpretation
650 _aDocumentary films
650 _aInteractive multimedia
650 _aCartography
650 _aDecolonization
650 _ai-Docs
650 _aMultispices cinema
650 _aOral history
650 _aPolyphony
650 _aStory telling
650 _aVirtual Reality
650 _aWeb documentary
700 _aStaton, David
700 _aMatthews, Tammy Rae
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