ARTICLES (selection)

  • Pauwels, L. (2016) ‘Visually Researching and Communicating the City: A Systematic Assessment of Methods and Resources’, International Journal of Communication 10(2016), 1309–1330.
  • Pauwels, L. (2015) ‘Participatory Visual Research Revisited: A critical-constructive assessment of epistemological, methodological and social activist tenets’. Ethnography,Vol. 16(1) 95–117, Sage, DOI: 10.1177/1466138113505023 IF: 0,625, 5YIF: 1,095
  • Aiello, G. & Pauwels, L. (2014) (Eds) ‘Special Issue: Difference and Globalization’, Visual Communication, 13(3), August 2014, pp. 273-402.
  • Aiello, G. and Pauwels, L. (2014) ‘Guest editorial: Difference and globalization’, Visual Communication, 13(3), August 2014, pp. 275-285. DOI 10.1177/1470357214533448
  • Pauwels, L. (2013) ‘Participatory visual research revisited: A critical-constructive assessment of epistemological, methodological and social activist tenets’. Ethnography 1466138113505023, first published on December 5, 2013 as doi:10.1177/1466138113505023. pp. 1-23.
  • Pauwels, L. (2012) ‘A Multimodal Framework for Analyzing Websites as Cultural Expressions’, Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication. Vol. 17 issue 3 (April 2012) 247–265, DOI: 10.1111/j.1083-6101.2012.01572.x
  • Pauwels, L. (2012) ‘Conceptualizing the ‘Visual Essay’ as a Way of Generating and Imparting Sociological Insight: issues, formats and realizations’ Sociological Research Online, Volume 17, Issue 1.
  • Pauwels, L. (2010), ‘Visual Sociology Reframed: An Analytical Synthesis and Discussion of Visual Methods in Social and Cultural Research’, Sociological Methods & Research, 38(4) 545–581Sage. Impact factor 2009: 1.850
  • Pauwels, L. & Hellriegel, P. (2009), ‘Strategic and Tactical Uses of Internet Design and Infrastructure: the case of YouTube’, Journal of Visual Literacy, Fall 2009, Volume 28, Number 1, 51-69
  • Pauwels, L. (2009), Photo Essay: The Urban Canvas, Contexts, Fall 2009, 54-61, University of California Press.
  • Pauwels, L. (2008), ‘Taking and Using: Ethical Issues of Photographs for Research Purposes’, Visual Communication Quarterly, Volume 15 October-December, 243-257.
  • Pauwels, L. (2008), ‘An Integrated Model for Conceptualizing Visual Competence in Scientific Research and Communications’, in: Visual Studies, Vol.23 n° 2, 147-161.
  • Pauwels, L. (2008) ‘Visual Literacy and Visual Culture: Reflections on Developing More Varied and Explicit Visual Competencies’, The Open Communication Journal, Bentham open, 2008, 2, 79-85
  • Pauwels, L. (2008), ‘A Private Visual Practice Going Public? Social Functions and Sociological Research Opportunities of Web-based Family Photography’, Visual Studies, Vol. 23 n° 1, 34-49, Routledge.
  • Pauwels, L. (2006) ‘Ethical Issues of Online (Visual) Research’, Visual Anthropology, Vol. 19, No. 3-4. (September 2006), pp. 365-369, Taylor & Francis.
  • Pauwels, L. (2006) ‘Visual Expressions of Corporate Superiority: a review of Jacqueline Hassinks photographic art project and booklet ‘The Table of Power’, Culture and Organization, June 2006, Vol. 12(2), pp. 185-189, Routledge.
  • Pauwels, L. (2005) ‘Elements and Principles of a Strategic Communication Approach to Health Promotion in a Multicultural Context’, Acta AcademiaSupplementum 2005(1): 254-274, UFS-SASOL Library: Bloemfontein, South Africa.
  • Pauwels, L. (2005) ‘Posters, Billboards and Grassroots Media Relating to TB and AIDS in the Free State and Lesotho, Acta Academia Supplementum2005(1): 337-353, UFS-SASOL Library: Bloemfontein, South Africa.
  • Pauwels, L. (2005) ‘Websites as Visual and Multimodal Cultural Expressions: Opportunities and Issues of Online Hybrid Media Research’, Media, Culture & Society, Sage Publications: London/Thousand Oaks/New Delhi, Vol. 27(4): 604-613.
  •  Pauwels, L. (2004) ‘Filmed science in search of a form, Contested discourses in anthropological and sociological film-making’, New Cinemas: Journal of Contemporary Film, 2.1 pp. 41-60, doi:10.1386/ncin.2.1.41/0
  •  Pauwels, L. (2002), ‘The Video- and Multimedia-article as a Mode of Scholarly Communication: toward scientifically informed expression and aesthetics’ in: Visual Studies, Vol. 17 nr 2, Routledge, blz. 150-159
  •  Pauwels, L. (2002) ‘Communicating Desired Pasts: On the digital construction of private histories: What is really at stake?’ Journal of Visual Literacy, vol. 22, Autumn 2002. p. 166-174
  • Pauwels, L. (2000) ‘Visual Cultures & Visual Literacies, Fostering the Dialogue Between Disciplines’, Visual Sociology, Vol. 15, blz. 3-5.
  • Pauwels, L. (2000) ‘Taking the Visual Turn in Research and Scholarly Communication: Key Issues in Developing a More Visually Literate (Social) Science’, Visual Sociology, Vol. 15, blz. 7-14.
  • Pauwels, L. (1999) ‘Digitale Herinneringen, Digitale Dromen: de onvoltooid verleden tijd van het private beeld’, in: Kennis & Methode, Tijdschrift voor Empirische Filosofie, Themanummer Digitale Identiteit, Boom tijdschriften, 1999-3, jrg XXIII, blz. 249-258.
  • Pauwels, L. (1996), Managing Impressions: on visually decoding the workplace as a symbolic environment, Visual Sociology, Vol. 11, number 2, Winter, blz. 62-74.
  • Pauwels, L. (1994), ‘De Betekenis van het Banale, familiefotografie als sociale praktijk en sociologische databron’, ‘Tijdschrift voor Sociologie’, 15de jrg nr 1 1994, blz 5-24.
  • Pauwels, L. (1993), ‘The Visual Essay: Affinities and Divergences between the Social Scientific and the Social Documentary Modes’, Visual Anthropology,Vol. 6, blz.199-210, Harwood Academic Publishers, USA.
  • Pauwels, L. (1999) ‘Posing for Posterity’. (interview by: Pauline Bax) In: Interactions, new visions of human-computer interaction, special issue: The Digital Hug: Families Keeping in Touch. November & december 1999, vol. VI.6, blz. 26-32.