The lists below are non-exhaustive. Please contact us if you have conducted VDA-type research and would like to share a link to your paper through this website.
Methodology & Guidelines
Nassauer, Anne & Legewie, Nicolas M. (2019). “Analyzing 21st Century Video Data on Situational Dynamics—Issues and Challenges in Video Data Analysis.” Social Sciences. DOI: https://doi.org/10.3390/socsci8030100
Nassauer, Anne & Legewie, Nicolas M. (2018). “Video Data Analysis: A Methodological Frame for a Novel Research Trend.” Sociological Methods and Research.
Legewie, Nicolas M. & Nassauer, Anne (2018). “YouTube, Google, Facebook: 21st Century Online Video Research and Research Ethics?“. Forum Qualitative Sozialforschung/Forum: Qualitative Social Research. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.17169/fqs-19.3.3130
Legewie, Nicolas M. & Nassauer, Anne (forthcoming). “Livestreams as Video Data? The 2019 Christchurch Attack Livestream as a Case Study in Research Ethics.” In Legal and Ethical Issues of Live Streaming, edited by Sarina Chen. Lexington.
Empirical research using VDA or related approaches
Bramsen, Isabel (2018). “How Violence Happens (or not): Situational Conditions of Violence and Nonviolence in Bahrain, Tunisia and Syria, Psychology of Violence.” Psychology of Violence 8(3), 305-315.
Collins, Randall. (2008). “Violence: A Micro-sociological Theory.” Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press.
Collins, Randall. (2009). “The Micro-sociology of Violence.” The British Journal of Sociology 60(3):566-76.
Fele, Giolo. 2008. “The Collaborative Production of Responses and Dispatching on the Radio: Video Analysis in a Medical Emergency Call Center.” Forum Qualitative Sozialforschung/Forum: Qualitative Social Research 9(3).
Klusemann, Stefan. 2009. “Atrocities and Confrontational Tension.” Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience 3(42):1-10.
Konecki, Krzysztof T. 2008. “Touching and Gesture Exchange as an Element of Emotional Bond Construction. Application of Visual Sociology in the Research on Interaction between Humans and Animals.” Forum Qualitative Sozialforschung / Forum: Qualitative Social Research 9(3).
Levine, Mark, Paul J. Taylor, and Rachel Best (2011). “Third Parties, Violence, and Conflict Resolution: The Role of Group Size and Collective Action in the Microregulation of Violence.” Psychological Science 22(3):406-12.
Liebst, Lasse Suonperä, Heinskou, Marie Bruvik and Ejbye-Ernst, Peter (2018). “On the Actual Risk of Bystander Intervention – A Statistical Study Based on Naturally Occurring Violent Emergencies.” Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency. 55(1): 27-50.
Liebst, Lasse, Richard Philpot, Wim Bernasco, Kasper Dausel, Peter Ejbye‐Ernst, Mathias Nicolaisen, and Marie Lindegaard. 2019. “Social Relations and Presence of Others Predict Bystander Intervention: Evidence from Violent Incidents Captured on CCTV.” Aggressive Behavior 45(6):598–609.
Moeller, Kim (2018). “Video-recorded Retail Cannabis Trades in a Low-risk Marketplace Trade Value and Temporal Patterns.” Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency. 55(1): 103-124.
Mosselman, Floris, Weenink, Don, and Lindegaard, Marie Rosenkrantz (2018). “Weapons, Body Postures, and the Quest for Dominance in Robberies: A Qualitative Analysis of Video Footage”Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency. 55(1): 3–26.
Nassauer, Anne. 2019. Situational Breakdowns – Understanding Protest Violence and Other Surprising Outcomes. Oxford; New York: Oxford University Press.
Nassauer, Anne (2018). “Situational Dynamics and the Emergence of Violence During Protests.” Psychology of Violence.
Nassauer, Anne (2018). “How Robberies Succeed or Fail: Analyzing Crime Caught on CCTV.” Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency. 55(1): 125-154.
Philpot, Richard, Lasse Suonperä Liebst, Mark Levine, Wim Bernasco, and Marie Rosenkrantz Lindegaard. 2019. “Would I Be Helped? Cross-National CCTV Footage Shows That Intervention Is the Norm in Public Conflicts.” American Psychologist.
Sytsma, Victoria A. & Piza, Eric L. (2018). “Script Analysis of Open-air Drug Selling A Systematic Social Observation of CCTV Footage”. Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency 55(1): 78-102.
Willits, Dale W. & Makin, David A. (2018). “Show Me What Happened: Analyzing Use of Force through Analysis of Body-Worn Camera Footage“. Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency 55(1): 51-77.
Other methodological approaches for analyzing video data
Conti, Uliano. 2016. “Visual Methodologies and Latino Cultural Studies: Implications for the Sociology of Education.” In: Peters M.(Ed) Encyclopedia of Educational Philosophy and Theory. Springer.
Derry, Sharon J. et al. 2010. “Conducting Video Research in the Learning Sciences: Guidance on Selection, Analysis, Technology, and Ethics.” Journal of the Learning Sciences 19(1):3–53.
Kissmann, Ulrike Tikvah, ed. 2009. “Video Interaction Analysis: Methods and Methodology.” Frankfurt/Main: Peter Lang.
LeBaron, Curtis, Paula Jarzabkowski, Michael G. Pratt, and Greg Fetzer. 2018. “An Introduction to Video Methods in Organizational Research.” Organizational Research Methods 21(2):239–60.
Lindegaard, Marie Rosenkranz & Bernasco, Wim (2018). “Lessons Learned from Crime Caught on Camera.” Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency. 55(1): 155-186.
Margolis, Eric and Luc Pauwels, eds. 2011. “The SAGE Handbook of Visual Research Methods.” Los Angeles: Sage Publications Ltd.
Norris, Sigrid. 2004. “Analyzing Multimodal Interaction: A Methodological Framework.” New York/London: Routledge.
Pauwels, Luc. 2015. “Reframing Visual Social Science: Towards a More Visual Sociology and Anthropology.” Cambridge University Press.
Tuma, René, Bernt Schnettler, and Hubert Knoblauch. 2013. “Videographie: Einführung in die interpretative Videoanalyse sozialer Situationen.” Springer VS.