Albert2019

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Albert2019
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Author(s) Saul Albert, Claude Heath, Sophie Skach, Matthew Tobias Harris, Madeline Miller, Patrick G. T. Healey
Title Drawing as transcription: how do graphical techniques inform interaction analysis?
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Tag(s) EMCA, Drawing, Graphic Representation, Methodology, Transcription
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Year 2019
Language English
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Journal Social Interaction. Video-Based Studies of Human Sociality
Volume 2
Number 1
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DOI 10.7146/si.v2i1.113145
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Abstract

Drawing as a form of analytical inscription can provide researchers with highly flexible methods for exploring embodied interaction. Graphical techniques can combine spatial layouts, trajectories of action and anatomical detail, as well as rich descriptions of movement and temporal effects. This paper introduces some of the possibilities and challenges of adapting graphical techniques from life drawing and still life for interaction research. We demonstrate how many of these techniques are used in interaction research by illustrating the postural configurations and movements of participants in a ballet class. We then discuss a prototype software tool that is being developed to support interaction analysis specifically in the context of a collaborative data analysis session.

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