Doing Family Photography: The Domestic, the Public and the Politics of Sentiment
This title looks closely at both domestic family photographs and their public display, using case study material from the UK. The book advocates approaching photographs as objects embedded in social practices, the doing of which produces specific social positions, relations and affects.
What is Done with Family Snaps?
What Happens with this Doing?
The Circulation of Family Photographs in the Visual Economy
Family Photos Going Public
Picturing the Missing and the Dead in London July 2005
Looking Again Ethically at Family Snaps in the Mass Media
Family Photographs Domestic and Public and
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