terials (2nd edition), London: Sage Publication - Chapter 11 Making Photographs as part of a research project: photo-elicitation, photo-documentation and other uses photos: pp. 237-256
In the modern field of ethnography researches and studies, the newly devised techniques make a potent use of audiovisual and digital media in order to effectively understand and communicate another group or ethnicity’s experiences pertaining to sense. This although effective, but is deficient in producing the exact matching potential of embodiment and personal interactions of multisensory experiences.
When a person experiences the audio and visual interpretation of what another person might feel or sense then he is in a much better suited place to imagine what the shown person might be feeling at that exact moment. He is thus in a better position to understand sensory ethnography.
The multisensory video tour is successful in engaging both the research conductor and the participant deciphering the project at hand, which might be a new environment, a routine, an emotion or a space acquisition. The viewer of the video is able to experience the sensory experiences of both the researcher and the participant.
This article signifies a graffiti community and gives a food for thought pertaining to the basics of social conditions of young people who pursue the art of graffiti. According to the author graffiti writers maintain a balance between their social life and their traditional or cultural heritage. Their mind revolves around creating masterpieces that can serve a symbolic role and help in creating an identity for themselves as well their kin. The author says that the field of graffiti provides a platform for these youngsters to voice their identities, aggression and struggle. The graffiti battlefield is full of heroism, adrenaline and brevity, rejoice for them. Their art presents their state of peacefulness or anxiety.
By judging and carefully stipulating these arts the social