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Approaching multimodal social interaction in everyday life with video-based data : the case of "dancing" in public

Author: Vuokko Harma; Jamie Lewis
Publisher: London : SAGE Publications Ltd., 2018.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : English
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This dataset shows the role of embodiment in everyday interaction. It considers how embodied actions, in this case dance-like movements, frame a social event and how non-verbal interaction is negotiated and shared in social interaction. The video provided in this exemplar forms part of a wider dataset that includes 12 hours of multi-video recordings from two selected art exhibits of 70 recruited participants,  Read more...
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Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Vuokko Harma; Jamie Lewis
ISBN: 9781526440938 1526440938
OCLC Number: 1023472489
Description: 1 online resource: illustrations.
Responsibility: Vuokko Harma ; edited by Jamie Lewis.

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This dataset shows the role of embodiment in everyday interaction. It considers how embodied actions, in this case dance-like movements, frame a social event and how non-verbal interaction is negotiated and shared in social interaction. The video provided in this exemplar forms part of a wider dataset that includes 12 hours of multi-video recordings from two selected art exhibits of 70 recruited participants, collected by Vuokko Harma as part of her doctoral thesis "Shyness and Embarrassment in Everyday Social Interaction". The example is an extract from a video filmed in the Museum of Contemporary Art in Helsinki, Finland, called Kiasma. Museums are particularly interesting places to conduct sociological research as they are examples of institutions that contain particular norms and rules. In museums, the rules and norms are relatively strictly determined. Visitors are not completely free to negotiate each interaction situation afresh because they are constrained by "frames"; the key "principles of the organisation" that are structuring the social events (see Goffman, 1969; Scott, 2015). Museums are also locations where people experience a wide range of emotions.Talk is often considered as the primary feature of the interaction. However, there has been an increasing interest towards multimodal interaction. Multimodality refers to the research on social interaction that documents the ways in which talk, gestures, embodied actions and gaze are brought together to form coherent social actions. In this research, participants were invited to the museum to have a stroll around the exhibition and to pinpoint potentially embarrassing exhibits. This helped Vuokko decide which exhibits should be the centre of attention. Participants were informed that filming was taking place and consent was granted prior to people entering the museum. Three video cameras were placed around the exhibit in order to obtain detailed data from different angles of participant's embodied actions, including facial expressions and body motions. The dataset will be of most use to those analysing video data of public spaces with a particular focus on non-verbal interaction.

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