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Taste Research Day II – 27.05.2021

Taste Research Day II – 27.05.2021

In 2018, the lifestyle research center organized a seminar on taste. Following this event, Consumption, Markets & Culture published a special issue on taste edited by Anissa Pomiès (emlyon business school), Zeynep Arsel (Concordia University), and Jonathan Bean...
Living 2020, Talking Covid-19

Living 2020, Talking Covid-19

A lot of the conversations about the year 2020 cover one theme: Covid-19. Living through 2020 and talking about 2020 have mostly been about understanding the impact of the covid pandemic in our lives, which was unfolded in the most diverse ways. The pandemic has...
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...
PART I: What is videographic research?

PART I: What is videographic research?

Lifestyle research center will be featuring a series of short films this summer that guide anyone interested to consider perspectives into a novel methodology called “videographic research”. While academics and companies alike dominantly use textual (e.g. interviews)...