Journal of Anthropological Films

Journal of Anthropological Film (JAF) publishes original, empirically based contributions that present new insights to the study of human behaviour through audio-visual means.

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Journal of Anthropological Films

 

Film cameras, video and sound recorders have for decades been used by anthropologists as research tools, for collecting data, for documentation, for advocacy, for representing a case or a group of people, for disseminating empirical insights and for communicating research findings. For the first time in the history of Visual Anthropology anthropological film can now be published on par with written articles, assessed by peers, and inscribed in international credential systems of academic publication as the Nordic Anthropological Film Association (NAFA) has launched this first edition of Journal of Anthropological Films (JAF). Read the editorial here.

 
Posted: 2017-11-29
 
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Vol 1, No 1 (2017)

Table of Contents

Editorial

Editorial
Frode Storaas, Anne Mette Jørgensen, Trond Waage
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Films

Berit Madsen
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Bjørn Arntsen
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Cristian Felipe Roa Pilar
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Bente Sundsvold
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Mattijs Van de Port
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Martin Gruber, Frank Seidel
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