This article describes ongoing visual field research by focusing on its self-reflective and auto-ethnographic components. Photographs and field notes are presented and personal encounters from the field are described. Recognizing the symbiotic order of the personal and political, the author details confrontations and emotions from ongoing efforts at recording visually.
International Journal of Qualitative Methods
Tunnell, Kenneth, "Reflections on Visual Field Research" (2012). Justice Studies Faculty and Staff Research. 9.