Marisol Da Silva

Marisol Da Silva
University of Adelaide · Media and Anthropology

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This paper introduces sensory ethnography as an innovative methodology for studying residents' daily lived experience of social determinants of health in place. Sensory ethnography is an expansive option for SDOH research because it encourages participating researchers and residents to "turn up" their senses to identify how previously ignored or "i...
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This paper introduces sensory ethnography as a methodology for studying residents' daily lived experience of social determinants of health (SDOH) in place. Sensory ethnography is an expansive option for SDOH research because it encourages participating researchers and residents to "turn up" their senses to identify how previously ignored or "invisi...
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This paper examines issues of subjectivity and objectivity in regard to documentary photography in the broader context of the mass media. It argues that subjectivity cannot be divorced from the process of representation, even though the default belief in 'objectivity' continues to function in the commercially driven mass media. However, it is argue...

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