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Tekin2017a
BibType INCOLLECTION
Key Tekin2017a
Author(s) Burak S. Tekin
Title The negotiation of poses in photo-making practices: Shifting asymmetries in distinct participation frameworks
Editor(s) Lorenza Mondada, Sara Keel
Tag(s) EMCA, Institutional interaction, Conversation analysis, asymmetry
Publisher L'Harmattan
Year 2017
Language English
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ISBN 978-2-343-11749-2
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Book title Participation et asymétries dans l'interaction institutionnelle
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Abstract

This chapter focuses on how professional photographers and clients arrange the taking of photographs, and demonstrates how they can accomplish different poses within contrasted participation frameworks. Previous works on photography studies, particularly in visual anthropology, have mainly concentrated on photographs as research tools or end products (see Collier & Collier, 1986 ; Morphy & Banks, 1999), thus as detached from the actual interactional settings in which photos are produced in the first place as negotiated accomplishments of the photographers and the clients. They have therefore neglected to look at the interactive and situated production of photos as a « topic of investigation » in its own right1. With a focus on this relatively scarcely examined area, this chapter looks at the interactive work through which photographers and clients negotiate and accomplish different poses while making photos in a professional studio. Paying attention to the sequential and structural moment-by-moment organisation of this specific activity, this chapter addresses to how specific photos are proposed, designed and arranged as the activity progressively unfolds.

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