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International Conference


Visual methods in Social Sciences: from capture to dissemination of results. Data, methods, results, valorization.

 

 

10 & 11 / 12 / 2021(*)

(Presential & Virtual)

 

 

Universidad de La Laguna
Canary Islands
Spain

 (*)Second report in relation to COVID19 crisis: report & possibility of e-presentation              
Updaded: November 23 _09.15                                  


call for papers

A first international conference on " Visual methods for research in the fields of communication" was held on 3 and 4 December 2018 at the University of La Laguna in Tenerife, Spain. A partial publication of the proceedings is available online through Revista Latina de Comunicacion Social: http://www.revistalatinacs.org/18SLCS/libro-colectivo-2018-2.html The forthcoming edition of a book by a scientific publisher should allow participants to develop their work presented at this first symposium. Fifteen research groups and scientific partners from five countries and three different continents have formed a network and decided at the end of the 2018 conference to hold a second conference on 10 and 11 December 2021. The University of La Laguna will host for the second time.

The need to continue a reflection on visual methods appeared as a necessity to apprehend other contemporary research fields and to make known innovative research postures. This is why this second edition is intended to focus on:

Visual methods in Social Sciences: from capture to dissemination of results.

Data, methods, results, valorization.

The capture of images and sounds can be carried out in a very varied way due to the multiplicity of devices and the generalization of their use such as:

- Recording by computer

- Other devices like cameras, audio recorders

- 360° camera

- Screen capture (for activities with computer for videomeeting)

- Eyetracking

- Glasses / cameras

- Video surveillance devices (questioning ethics)

- Graphical capture of scientific information

- Digital design and video animations as a trace of research and for the dissemination of scientific information

 

Capture can also be considered as an object of artistic creation that can be studied and assimilated to works of artistic creation directly linked to a research project. Research can thus integrate in an interdisciplinary approach the art sciences, transmedia aesthetics and other disciplines related to art. Finally, aesthetics of capture is thinked as an amplifier (through the development of attention and interest) of phenomena observed through experimentation. A look at the appropriation of computer interactivity in contemporary art is rich in lessons about a potential influence on the use of visual methods.

 

Between the steps of capture and dissemination of results in the research process, the observation of research situations with the use of audiovisual recordings made outside the scientific framework is interesting.  The same applies to the (re)use of recordings of experiments within the scientific activity as part of the popularization or valorization of the results both among peers and in non-scientific contexts.

 

As for the scientific results, they are understood both as valuable traces of experience, corpus of analysis or as a tool for source diplomatic. Beyond the objective of valorization, access to the traces must be questioned as well as their availability, and of course their usefulness in research.

 

The modalities and level of participation also lay an opportunity to reflect on visual methods. For example, the evolution of the participation (Rouch) of subjects with the sharing of the camera by the researcher has been multiplied by the generalization of smartphones. Under certain conditions, the co-construction of research can be affirmed. In the same way, access to research results is increasingly participatory: from putting the results online on the Internet to the extension of the research through additional calls for contributions from experts or laymen (example: research webdocumentary). By using visual methods, the researcher's reflexivity is modified in its potentialities. The researcher's authority in the research protocol is itself further questioned by the process of legitimated self-captation and profane dissemination on social networks.

 

This colloquium is open to all disciplines and participants are invited to present visual elements of their research during their communication.

 

Initiative of the first conference 

Laboratoire LLSETI EA 3706 Université Savoie Mont-Blanc (France)

Laboratoire ELLIADD EA4661 Université Bourgogne Franche-Comté (France)

                                           

Others Research Groups and Partners 

                                                               

* Centre Norbert Elias – EHESS (France)

* MICA – Université Bordeaux Montaigne (France)

* Institut des Mondes Africains – UMR 8171 – CNRS – Paris (France)
* DeVisu – Université de Valenciennes (France)
* Revue Française des Méthodes Visuelles (France)
* Société Française des Sciences de l’Information et de la Communication – SFSIC (France)
* ICAR - UMR 5191 - CNRS - Ecole Normale Supérieure de Lyon - IFÉ (France)

* UMR PRISM "Perception Représentations Image Son Musique“ Aix-Marseille Université – CNRS

* Laboratoire ELICO (France)

* Laboratoire Paragraphe – Université Paris 8 (France)

* Laboratoire d’Anthropologie Filmée - Lyon (France)

* Grupo de investigación en tecnología, arte y comunicación - PAIDI HUM 868, Junta de Andalucía, Universidad de Sevilla (Spain)

* Calima red, Investigadores en comunicación y cultura (Spain Canary Islands - Africa)

* Grupo de investigación e innovación en diseño de la Universidad de La Laguna (Spain)

* Centro de Investigación para la Comunicación Aplicada (CICA) - Universidad Anáhuac México (México)

* AMIC - Asociación Mexicana de Investigadores de la Comunicación (México)

* Laboratoire Histoire, Espace, Société et Culture (HESC) - Université Mohamed V -Rabat (Morocco)

* Laboratório de Estudos em Psicologia da Arte – Universidade de São Paulo (Brazil)

* Social Web Lab Culturas Móveis e Turísticas - Lisboa (Portugal)

Scientific Committee 

* Pedro Andrade / Universidade do Minho / Portugal
* Rebeca Illiana Arévalo Martínez / CICA Anahuac / Mexico
* Arley Andriolo / Universidad de Sao Paulo / Brazil
* Sidy Lamine Bagayoko / Université de Bamako / Mali
* Daniel Barredo Ibáñez / Universidad del Rosario / Colombia
* Mauro Basaure / Universidad Andrés Bello / Chili
* Alain Bouldoires / Université Bordeaux Montaigne / France
* Alberto José Luis Carrillo Canán / Universidad Autónoma de Puebla / Mexico
*Ghislaine Chabert / Université Savoie Mont-Blanc / France
* Carlos Cienfuegos / CICA Anahuac / Mexico
* Natacha Cyrulnik / PRISM - Aix-Marseille Université – CNRS / France
* Fernando Contreras / Universidad de Sevilla / Spain
* Christine Develotte / ICAR - Ecole Normale Supérieure de Lyon - IFÉ / France
* Patricia Delponti / Universidad de La Laguna / Spain
* Geoffroy Gawin / Laboratoire ELICO / France
* Jorge Alberto Hidalgo Toledo / Anahuac Universidad & AMIC / Mexico
* Aziz Hlaoua / Université Mohamed V – Rabat / Morocco
* Khaldoun Zreik / Laboratoire Paragraphe / France
* Darrin Hodgetts / Massey University - Te Kunenga ki P?rehuroa / New Zealand
* Jacques Ibanez Bueno / Université Savoie Mont-Blanc / France
* Stacey Irwin / Millersville University / USA
* Nevzat Bilge ?spir / Anadolu University / Turkey
* Julian Kilker / University of Nevada / USA
* Christian Lallier / Laboratoire d’Anthropologie Filmée - Lyon / France
* Alain Lamboux Durand / Université Bourgogne Franche-Comté / France
* Patrizia Laudati / Université de Valenciennes / France
* Alba Marin Carrillo / Universities Savoie Mont-Blanc & Sevilla / France & Spain
* Michaël Meyer / Unité de sociologie visuelle -Université de Genève / Switzerland
* Sigrid Norris / Auckland University of Technology / New Zealand
* Luc Pauwels / Visual & Digital Cultures Research C. (ViDi) - Antwerp / Belgium
* Boris Petric / Centre Norbert Elias – EHESS / France
* Fabien Reix / Independant researcher & PAVE - Centre Emile Durkheim / France
* Alfonso Ruiz / Universidad de La Laguna / Spain
* Felipe Tello Navarro / Universidad Autónoma de Chile / Chili
* Jonathan Tomhave / University of Washington / USA
* Carmen Maria Rodriguez Wanguemert / Universidad de La Laguna / Spain
* Nadine Wanono / CNRS – Paris / France
* Peter Anton Zoettl / Lisbon University Institute / Portugal

Local Organizing Committee (Facultad de Bellas Artes / Universidad de la Laguna)

Head: Alfonso Ruiz (Dean)

Phd Students:
* Sergio Fernández-Montañez Madán
* Alicia Eva Morales Pereyra-García
* Verónica Morales González
* Arianna María Fanio González
* Noa Real García
* María Fernanda Sapino Bitteti

Multi-Partners Organizing Committee 

* Jacques Ibanez Bueno / Laboratoire LLSETI EA 3706
* Alain Lamboux Durand / Laboratoire ELLIADD EA4661
* Boris Petric / Centre Norbert Elias – EHESS
* Alain Bouldoires / Revue Française des Méthodes Visuelles & MICA
* Nadine Wanono / Institut des Mondes Africains – UMR 8171 – CNRS
* Patrizia Laudati / Laboratoire DeVisu
* Christine Develotte & Justine Lascar / ICAR - Ecole Normale Supérieure de Lyon - IFÉ
* Natacha Cyrulnik / PRISM – CNRS
* Geoffroy Gawin / Laboratoire ELICO
* Khaldoun Zreik / Laboratoire Paragraphe
* Christian Lallier / Laboratoire d’Anthropologie Filmée - Lyon
* Fernando Contreras / Grupo de investigación en tecnología, arte y comunicación
* Carmen Maria Rodriguez Wanguemert / Calima red, Investigadores en comunicación y cultura
* Alfonso Ruiz / Grupo de investigación e innovación en diseño de la Universidad de La Laguna (Spain)
* Rebeca Illiana Arévalo Martínez / CICA Anahuac
* Jorge Alberto Hidalgo Toledo / AMIC
* Aziz Hlaoua / Université Mohamed V – Rabat
* Arley Andriolo / Laboratório de Estudos em Psicologia da Arte
* Pedro Andrade / Social Web Lab Culturas Móveis e Turísticas

Coordination between Organizing Committees (Conferencia Latina & Visual Methods Conference)
* Jacques Ibanez Bueno

Soumissions de propositions de communication

Proposals for two blind readings should be sent before April 6th 2020 to visualmethods2020@gmail.com. Complete texts of articles can be proposed.

Begining of Call paper Begining of Call paper Response of the Scientific Committee Sending complete texts

April 2020 April 6th 2021 May 10th 2021 July 12th 2021

To send the informations:
PAGE 1
• Title of the contribution
• Signatory data (up to three people per presentation), names, home institution, email and phones
• Who will be present at the conference?
PAGE 2
• Title of the contribution
• A maximum of 6 keywords separated by "; "
• Abstract: 3000-5000 signs (included spaces) and references
• the full text (20000 30000 characters / included spaces), no later than July 12th 2021.

IN CASE OF ACCEPTATION
• online publication of the proceedings is planned
• A project of work is planned from a selection of texts

Registration

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