Analysing Video Ethnographies of Everyday Mobilities
29.05.2015 kl. 13.00 - 15.00
In this data session, Paul McIlvenny presents data from recent video ethnographies of everyday mobilities in natural settings, which include bicycle commuting, school bicycle training, family biking, learning to cross-country/downhill ski, and the use of e-bikes and mobility scooters.
In all these cases, a mobile video ethnography was conducted to capture the local organisation of the everyday mobility practices from the participants’ perspectives. Multiple ‘micro’ video cameras and audio recorders were placed on bodies, bikes and scooters in different configurations. Using an ethnomethodologically informed approach to talk, mobile action and interactional practices, we can analyse the video recordings of these diverse mobility practices in order to document how people organise and mobilise their bodies, emotions and talk in relation to the activity in question. We will look at some recently transcribed excerpts (with multimodal transcriptions) which have not yet been analysed. In the data session format we can develop analyses collectively, rigorously and in an inductive manner.
Nyhavnsgade lok. 2.16 - VILA
28.05.2015 kl. 12.00