Digital Research Methods in Fashion and Textile Studies

 
 
Bloomsbury Visual Arts (Verlag)
  • erschienen am 9. Januar 2020
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  • 232 Seiten
 
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978-1-350-04252-0 (ISBN)
 
Are you a researcher struggling to mine and make sense of a mountain of fashion data? Are you interested in learning about how digital methods and tools could enhance your research? Have you thought about ways to spark and engage in academic conversations on social media? Have you wondered how digital technologies are internationalizing the field of fashion and textile studies?

Digital Research Methods in Fashion and Textile Studies presents the reader with a variety of digital methodologies to help build skills in searching for, analyzing, and discussing vintage design, photography, and writing on fashion, as well as historic and ethnographic dress and textile objects themselves. Each chapter focuses upon a different method, problem, or research site, including:

- Maximalism and mixed-methods approaches to research
- Searching large databases effectively
- Pattern recognition and visual searching.
- Critical reading, use, and citation of social media texts
- Digital ethnography and shopping as research
- Data visualization and mapping
- Images in the public domain

From advanced undergraduates and postgraduate students working on research projects to veteran professionals in fashion and textile history and beyond, everyone can benefit from a diverse set of fresh approaches to conducting and disseminating research. In the current age of instant gratification, with users snapping and posting images from runway shows long before the clothes will ever appear instores, the world of fashion is increasingly digital and fast-paced. Research on fashion is, too. Digital Research Methods in Fashion and Textile Studies will help you keep up in this rapidly changing world.
  • Englisch
  • Großbritannien
Bloomsbury Publishing PLC
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978-1-350-04252-0 (9781350042520)
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Amanda Sikarskie is a Lecturer in art history at the University of Michigan-Dearborn. She is a historian of textiles, dress and needlework, with a particular interest in the intersection of social media and fashion and textile studies.
Foreword: Futurism, Maximalism, and the Black Queen
Preface: A New Maximalism

Unit One: Searching
1. Text-based Searching Strategies
Case Study: In Search of Kate Moss
2. Visual Searching

Unit Two: Connecting
3. Blogging, Research, and Instagram
4. Critical Reading of Social Media Texts
Case Study: Reading the Moschino 'Capsule Collection'

Unit Three: Making
5. Data Visualization
6. Mapping
Case Study: Coding Fashion is Spinach

Conclusions: Responding to the Critique of Maximalism
Post-Script: Maximalist Muse: A Conversation with Kristen Bateman

Bibliography
Glossary
Index

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