New Transdisciplinarity and Visual Research Methods (VRM)
Visual research methods are increasingly used in contemporary research. Visual research methods—such as using photography or video—are applied as the numerous obtained visual data can disclose aspects of (inter)action, document certain practices (through repeated observation) and further support multidisciplinary analysis. The assumption underlying the research here is that processes of transdisciplinarity can profit from applying VRM.
Starting date: Flexible
Preferred language: English
Location/ country: Flexible
Supervisor(s)/contact person: Rico Lie
Research question:How can processes of transdisciplinarity be better facilitated by applying Visual Research Methods (VRM)?
The research needs to be made more specific in consultation with the interest of the student. Research methods (qualitative, quantitative, desk reserach, evaluation, etc.) are flexible.