47.1 - Visibilities of Violence
Special Issue– Visibilities of Violence: Microscopic Studies of Violent Events and Beyond. (Thomas Hoebel, Jo Reichertz & René Tuma)
- Thomas Hoebel, Jo Reichertz & René Tuma: Visibilities of Violence. On Visual Violence Research and Current Methodological Challenges.
I. Facing Violence: Microscopic Studies with and without Audiovisual Data
- Anne Nassauer: Video Data Analysis as a Tool for Studying Escalation Processes: The Case of Police Use of Force.
- Christian Meyer & Ulrich v. Wedelstaedt: Opening the Black Box: An Ethnomethodological Approach for the Video-Based Analysis of Violence.
- Laura D. Keesman & Don Weenink: Feel it Coming: Situational Turning Points in Police-Civilian Encounters.
- Susanne Nef & Friederike Lorenz-Sinai: Multilateral Generation of Violence: On the Theorization of Microscopic Analyses and Empirically Grounded Theories of Violence.
- Frithjof Nungesser: Studying the Invisible. Experiences of Extreme Violence as a Methodological Challenge.
II. Shifting Limitations: The Temporal Embedding and Unfolding of Violent Events
- Wolff-Michael Roth: The Emergence and Unfolding of Violent Events: A Transactional Approach.
- Jo Reichertz: Escalation of Violence in Unclear Situations – A Methodological Proposal for Video Analysis.
- Ekkehard Coenen & René Tuma: Contextural and Contextual – Introducing a Heuristic of Third Parties in Sequences of Violence.
- Thomas Hoebel: Emplotments of Violence. On Narrative Explanations and their Audiovisual Data.
III. Challenging Research: Methodological, Theoretical and Ethical Problems of Analyzing Violence
- Thomas Alkemeyer: The Embodied Subjectivities of Videography.
- Gesa Lindemann, Jonas Barth & Johanna Fröhlich: The Methodological Relevance of a Theory-of-Society Perspective for the Empirical Analysis of Violence.
- César Antonio Cisneros Puebla: Microsociology of Killing in Mexican Video Executions.