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Content analysis of visual documents
This process of understanding and interpreting the world uses visual images rather than words and these images are seen as reflections of reality in particular contexts. This chapter will look at four forms of visual analysis: ethnographic visual analysis, historical analysis through iconography and iconology,structuralist and finally poststructuralist analyses of visual images.
Visual records fall into three groupings.
Visual records currently in existence, such as:
- newspaper images
- artwork (paintings, posters, cartoons)
- computer ...