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    Postproductive methods : researching modes of relationality and affect worlds through participatory video with youth

    Trafi-Prats, Laura ORCID logoORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3468-1073 and Fendler, Rachel (2020) Postproductive methods : researching modes of relationality and affect worlds through participatory video with youth. In: Post-Qualitative Research and Innovative Methodologies. Social Theory and Methodology in Education Research . Bloomsbury, pp. 19-34. ISBN 9781350062047 (hardback); 9781350062078 (ebook); 9781350062054 (ebook); 9781350062061 (ebook); 9781350215146 (paperback)

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    This chapter discusses three case studies of participatory video making in connection to projects developed with young people in Milwaukee and Tallahassee, U.S.A. They argue for an approach to participation with a focus on affect worlds and precarity. The authors propose a method of slow research as a mode of going along with young people’s existing practices of consuming, creating, sharing, living with images. This method is informed by the art concepts of poor image and postproduction along with the work of cultural theorist Lauren Berlant around affect, the glitch and sensorial experimentation via genre innovation.

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