New Book by Jessica Mesman on Video-reflexive Ethnography

Together with Rick Iedema, Katherine Carroll, Ailleen Collier, Suyin Hor and Mary Wyer, Jessica Mesman has published a book on Video-reflexive Ethnography (VRE) in Health Research and Healthcare improvement. Rather than being guided by an instrumentalist methodological procedure, the book offers a collaborative, applied, visual method.

The method is supported by principles that are gathered from diverse literatures, including Practice theory, Complexity theory, Science and Technology Studies, Participatory Action Research, Affect and Feminist research. Using real-life examples the authors examine critically the practical, methodological, and theoretical issues associated with the application of the VRE-method, including the ethical issues of using video in healthcare.

The intro chapter can be downloaded for reading.

 

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