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Research Day on Emotions – 26.11.2021

Research Day on Emotions – 26.11.2021

We are thrilled to announce Research Day on Emotions on 26 November, 2021 (12:30-16:30 PM CET / Paris Time) via Zoom, hosted by emlyon Business School. This seminar examines contemporary perspectives on the study and role of emotions in lifestyles and consumer...
Menstruation: why are (some) men disgusted?

Menstruation: why are (some) men disgusted?

This blog post is based on a research project done by PGE students for RECAPSS course. It was written by Salomé de Bryas, Jacques de Certaines, Priscille Desjonquères, Alexandre Mikulaniec et Camille Forquin. It was copyedited by Maira Magalhaes Lopes (postdoctoral...
PART IV: Videography: Select Review of Innovative Films

PART IV: Videography: Select Review of Innovative Films

(Image: Jones et al. 2018, Mapping the Extended Frontiers of Escapism videography) In the PART III of videography short film introductions, we discussed the power of film. Next we want to illuminate some concrete and innovative filmic examples and discuss their select...
PART III: The Power of Video in Research

PART III: The Power of Video in Research

Through our entire beings, we live and breathe the age of video. As Norman Denzin (2005) already put it some time ago, “the dominant cultural form of the twentieth century is, and has been cinema and now video”. What we interpret through calm consideration and our...
PART II: Videography: History and future perspectives

PART II: Videography: History and future perspectives

Videographic research is as old as film. If we consider a succinct historical perspective, cinema was in the first instance silent, where the image was exclusively based on visuality and movement. In hindsight, we can acknowledge the evocative power of video already...