Most of the presentations from the 2019 Blankensee colloquium, “Capturing and Analyzing Social Change: Opportunities of Analyzing Visual Data in the 21st Century”, are now available online via YouTube.
My contribution deals with Video Data–21st Century Methods and 20th Century Thinking. It is also available through this link. I discuss the rise of video data during the 20th century and assess the costs and benefits of its use to improve standards of research and analysis in qualitative social science.
This was a very interesting event with a lot of lively discussions between participants from very different national and disciplinary backgrounds and traditions. Great work from our hosts, Anne Nassauer and Nico Legewie.