Research Methods: Semiotics and the visual turn: on the use of images in research

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08 Jun 2016

2pm to 4.30pm

Research Methods in Education Seminar Series 
Are you interested in doing research in educational settings and want to know more about the ways you might carry out your study? As part of the Pedagogic Research Network, this Teaching and Learning Exchange seminar series will provide a theoretical and practical introduction to some of the qualitative methodologies that can be used for researching higher education in a creative arts context. 


Who should attend?
These workshops are for UAL staff and postgraduate students. You can also view and book online the other workshops in this series.

Semiotics and the visual turn: on the use of images in research
Dr Nick Peim, University of Birmingham

This seminar will explore some principles of semiotics from de Saussure to Derrida to highlight issues relating to questions concerning meaning and interpretation in research. A brief introduction to key ideas will be followed by collective descriptions and analyses of images with consideration given to their potential uses. At stake in all this will be a basic phenomenology of research relations.
   


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