BOOK CHAPTERS (selection)

  • Pauwels, L. (forthcoming) ‘Photography in the Social and Behavioral Sciences. Intersections, Research Modes and Prospects’, In: Pasternak, G. (Ed.) Handbook of Photography Studies, Bloomsbury Academic: London
  • Pauwels, L. (2019) ‘Exploring visual methods, resources and technologies for researching the city and its neighborhoods’, in: Menezes, Marluci and Smaniotto Costa, Carlos (Eds.), Neighbourhood & City – Between digital and analogue perspectives | Bairro & Cidade – Entre perspetivas digitais e analógicas. CyberParks Project. Series Culture and Territory (3). Lisbon: Edições Universitárias Lusófona. 69-81pp. ISBN 978-989-757-077-3. http://cyberparks-project.eu/publications.
  • Pauwels, Luc (2019) ‘A Visual Framework for Producing and Assessing Visual Representations in Scientific Discovery and Communication’, in: Benedek, András and Nyíri, Kristóf (eds.) Vision Fulfilled. The Victory of the Pictorial Turn. Perspectives on Visual Learning: Volume 1., Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Budapest University of Technology and Economics, pp. 167-176, ISBN 978-963-313-304-0
  • Pauwels, L. (2016) ‘Visual Research Methods.’ The Blackwell Encyclopedia of Sociology. Ritzer, George (ed). Blackwell Publishing, Blackwell Reference Online. 18 December 2016.
  • Pauwels, L (2017) ‘Key Methods of Visual Criminology. An overview of different approaches and their affordances’. In: Michelle Brown & Eamonn Carrabine (2017) Routledge International Handbook of Visual Criminology, Abingdon & New York: Routledge, pp 62-73.
  • Pauwels, L (2013) ‘Reconfiguring Visual Studies and Visual Competencies. Observations and Propositions’, in: Tore Kristensen, Anders Michelsen & Frauke Wiegand (Eds), Transvisuality: the Cultural Dimension of Visuality. Volume 1: Boundaries and Creative Openings, Liverpool: Liverpool University Press, pp. 223-237.
  • Pauwels, L. (2013). ‘Private Images, Self-Images and Idealized Identities in the Digital Networked World’ in Warburton,S. and Hatzipanagos, S. Digital Identity and Social Media, IGI Global Hershey/New York: Information Science Reference, an imprint of IGI Global, 133-147, 310 pages
  • Pauwels, L. (2012) ‘Visual Sociology Reframed : An Analytical Synthesis and Discussion of Visual Methods in Social and Cultural Research’, in Jason Hughes (2012) SAGE Visual Methods, Series: SAGE Library of Research Methods, chapter 8, pp. 191–223. London: Sage Publications, 1672 pp ISBN-101446241025; ISBN-139781446241028
  • Pauwels, L (2012) ‘Contemplating the State of Visual Research: An Assessment of Obstacles and Opportunities’ in: Sarah Pink (ed.) Advances in Visual Methodology, Los Angeles/London: Sage, p. 248-264.
  • Pauwels, L. (2012) ‘Taking and Using: Ethical Issues of Photographs for Research Purposes’, In: Dicks, Bella (Ed.) Digital Qualitative Research Methods, Four-Volume Set, 1664 pages , Volume Three: Data Analysis, Series: SAGE Benchmarks in Social Research Methods, SAGE Publications Ltd. ISBN: 9781847879523
  • Pauwels, L. (2012) ‘Visual Sociology Reframed: An Analytical Synthesis and Discussion of Visual Methods in Social and Cultural Research’, In: Dicks, Bella (Ed.) Digital Qualitative Research Methods, Four-Volume Set, 1664 pages, Volume Three: Data Analysis, Series: SAGE Benchmarks in Social Research Methods, SAGE Publications Ltd. ISBN: 9781847879523
  • Pauwels, L. (2011) ‘Zwrot wizualny w badaniach i komunikacji wiedzy. Kluczowe problemy rozwijania kompetencji wizualnej w naukach spolecznych’ in: Frackowiak & Olechnicki (Eds) Badania wizualne w dzialaniu, Bec Zmiana: Warszawa, p. 21-36, ISBN 978-83-62418-08-4
  • Pauwels, L. (2011). ‘An Integrated Conceptual Framework for Visual Social Research’, in: Margolis & Pauwels (Eds) SAGE Handbook of Visual Research Methods, London/New Delhi: Sage Publications, p. 3-23.
  • Pauwels, L. (2011). ‘Researching Websites as Social and Cultural Expressions: Methodological Predicaments and a Multimodal Model for Analysis’, in: Margolis & Pauwels (2011) SAGE Handbook of Visual Research Methods, London/New Delhi: Sage Publications, p. 571-590.
  • Pauwels, L. (2009). Reprezentiruja dvižuščiesja kul’tury: problemy i vozmožnosti antropologičeskoj i sociologičeskoj refleksii. In E., Iarskaia-Smirnova i P., Romanov (Eds.), Vizual’naja antropologija: nastrojka optiki (pp. 37-63). Moscow: Variant, CSPGS. [in Russian]. In E., Iarskaia-Smirnova & P., Romanov (Eds.), Visual Anthropology: Tuning the Lens (pp.37-63). Moscow: Variant, CSPGS. ISBN 978-5-903360-20-8
  • Pauwels, L. (2009). Ètika s’’emki ljudej i ispol’zovanija snimkov: dilemma vizual’nogo issledovatelja. In E., Iarskaia-Smirnova i P., Romanov (Eds.), Vizual’naja antropologija: nastrojka optiki (pp. 126-148). Moscow: Variant, CSPGS. [in Russian]. In E., Iarskaia-Smirnova & P., Romanov (Eds.), Visual Anthropology: Tuning the Lens (pp. 126-148). Moscow: Variant, CSPGS. ISBN 978-5-903360-20-8
  • Pauwels, L. (2009) ‘Visual Literacy, Visual Culture and Visual Scholarship: Adjusting a Distorted Picture’, In: Griffin, R. &, M. Avgerinou (Eds), Engaging Creativity and Critical Thinking, IVLA, pp. 19-24. ISBN 978-0-9816833-7-9 (recipient ‘Braden-Beauchamps Visual Literacy Award’).
  • Pauwels, L. en Hellriegel, P. (2009) ‘A Critical Cultural Reading of ‘YouTube’’, p. 381-399 in: S. Hatzipanagos & S. Warburton, Handbook of Research on Social Software and Developing Community Ontologies, Hershey/New York: Information Science Reference, an imprint of IGI Global, pp. 632
  • Pauwels, L. (2007) ‘Inleiding: Analytisch en Constructief Kijken naar Hedendaagse Vormen van Film- en Beeldcultuur’ blz. 7-13 in: Pauwels, L. (ed.) (2007) Methodisch Kijken: Aspecten van Onderzoek naar Film- en Beeldcultuur, Leuven / Voorburg: Acco.
  • Pauwels, L. (2007) ‘Het Virtuele en het Visuele: Methodologische Uitdagingen en Aanzetten voor de Sociaal-culturele Analyse van Hybride Online Omgevingen’ blz. 103-126 in: Pauwels, L. (ed.) (2007) Methodisch Kijken: Aspecten van Onderzoek naar Film- en Beeldcultuur, Leuven / Voorburg: Acco.
  • Pauwels, L. (2006) ‘Researching Family Web Sites: On The Visual, Verbal And Graphic Construal And Decoding of Cultural Values in Cyberspace, In: R. Griffin, B. Doyle Cowden & M. Avgerinou (eds), Imagery and Artistry: animating the mind’s eye, IVLA, p. 153-158.
  • Pauwels, L. (2006), ‘Representing Moving Cultures: Expression, Multivocality and Reflexivity in Anthropological and Sociological Filmmaking’, in: Luc Pauwels (ed.) Visual Cultures of Science: Rethinking Representational Practices in Knowledge Building and Science Communication, Hannover and London: Dartmouth College Press – University Press of New England, p. 120-152.
  • Pauwels, L. (2006), ‘A Theoretical Framework for Assessing Visual Representational Practices in Knowledge Building and Science Communications’, in: Luc Pauwels (ed.) Visual Cultures of Science: Rethinking Representational Practices in Knowledge Building and Science Communication, Hannover and London: Dartmouth College Press – University Press of New England, p. 1-25.
  • Pauwels, L. (2006), ‘The Role of Visual Representation in the Production of Scientific Reality, Introduction’, in: Luc Pauwels (ed.) Visual Cultures of Science: Rethinking Representational Practices in Knowledge Building and Science Communication, Hannover and London: Dartmouth College Press – University Press of New England, pp. VII-XIX.
  • Pauwels, L. (2005) ‘Visuele Geletterdheid in een Beeldcultuur’, in: Pauwels, L. & J-M Peters. Denken over Beelden: Theorie en Analyse van het Beeld en de Beeldcultuur, Leuven / Voorburg: Acco, p.11-24.
  • Pauwels, L. (2005) ‘De Private Fotografie als Sociaal-cultureel Fenomeen en Wetenschappelijke Databron: van familiealbum tot webstek’, in: Pauwels, L. & J-M Peters. Denken over Beelden: Theorie en Analyse van het Beeld en de Beeldcultuur, Leuven / Voorburg: Acco, p.105-161.
  • Pauwels, L. (2005) ‘Visualisatie en Verbeelding in de Wetenschap: een geïntegreerde taxonomie van vormen, processen en functies’, in: Pauwels, L. & J-M Peters. Denken over Beelden: Theorie en Analyse van het Beeld en de Beeldcultuur, Leuven / Voorburg: Acco, p.163-199.
  • Pauwels, L. (2005) ‘Ethische Dilemma’s: Het gebruik van audiovisuele opnamen in de wetenschappelijke studie van menselijk gedrag’, in: Drenthen, M., Willems, J., Zwart, H. (eds) Ethiek van de wetenschapscommunicatie: mag je alle kennis communiceren?, Boom Onderwijs, blz. 186-201.
  • Pauwels, L. (2005) ‘Scientific Discourse And Visual Representational Literacy: Elements And Dimensions Of An Integrated Theoretical Framework’, In: Visual Literacy And Development: An African Experience (Eds. R. Griffin, B. Chandler & B. Cowden), International Visual Literacy Association, pp. 1-10. (Editor’s Choice’ Award for the Best Paper).
  • Pauwels, L. (2004) ‘Visuele Theorie als Component van een Praxeologie van de Designpraktijk’ (& Summary: ‘Visual Theory as a Component of Design Practice Praxiology’), blz 141-168, in: Van Amerongen, R. & H. Christiaans (eds), Retail & Interior Design, Piet Zwart Institute for postgraduate studies and research, Rotterdam: Episode Publishers, 200 blz.
  • Pauwels, L. (2002) ‘Families on the Web, in Newman, D. Sociology: Exploring the Architecture of Everyday Life, Fourth Edition, Thousand Oaks, California: Pine Forge. P. 231-235.
  • Pauwels, L. (1999) ‘Visual Literacy in (Social) Science: a critical assessment and a proposal to move forward’. In: Visual Literacy in an Information Age (Eds. Griffin, Gibbs & Wiegman), International Visual Literacy Association, blz. 249-257.
  • Pauwels, L. (1999) ‘Il controllo delle impressioni: la decodificazione visuale del luogo di lavoro come ambiente simbolico’, In: Mondi da Vedere: Verso una sociologia piu visuale (Eds.Faccioli & Harper), Franco Angeli, Milano, blz. 157-168.
  • Pauwels, L. (1997), ‘Het Verhaal van de Antropologische Film: naar een herformulering van de verhouding tussen onderzoeker en onderzochte?’, Catalogus Beeld voor Beeld 1997, Antropologisch Filmfestival 5-8 juni 1997, Soeterijn Amsterdam, pp. 31-41