Visual Studies is a major peer-reviewed journal to be re-launched in 2002. Published on behalf of the International Visual Sociology Association the journal will provide the key resource where issues of a visual nature, whether it be epistemological, methodological, empirical, symbolic, or ethical may be aired and debated. The journal will include articles on a broad cross section of topics and will be genuinely interested in all work that is visually oriented. The cross-disciplinary and multi modal nature of the journal will be reflected by the coverage of anthropology, sociology, cultural studies, media studies, visual culture, symbolic interaction, documentary photography (moving and still images), information technology, visual literacy, visual intelligence, and communication studies. This cross-disciplinary approach is born out of the belief that researchers in the field of the visual benefit from reading about different methodologies, innovative methods, and techniques and alternative visual paradigms.
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