Dr Mick Schofield
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Cabañes, Jason, 2017, ‘Migrant narratives as photo stories: On the properties of photography and the mediation of migrant voices’, Visual studies. ISSN: 1472-586X, vol. 32 no. 1, pp. 33-46.
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Gunning, T., 2004. PLENARY SESSION II. Digital Aestethics. What’s the Point of an Index? or, Faking Photographs. Nordicom Review, 25(1-2), pp.39-49.
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