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Visual Sociology Sociology 282A
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Grady, John. 2010. “Visual Sociology Sociology 282A”. TRAILS: Teaching Resources and Innovations Library for Sociology, June. Washington DC: American Sociological Association.


On any given day we learn about the world through visual representation (images) of that world. Newspapers and journals re full of graphs, maps, photographs and advertisements. Television , which most of us now watch at least three or four hours a day, inundates us with a panoply of visual experience and explicit messages. Film, whether seen in theaters...

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