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Field to Factory: Film and ethnography of industrialisation in Chhattisgarah, Central India

Film bibliography

M. Banks, 1994. 'Interactive multimedia and anthropology - a sceptical view'. 
Published at http://www.rsl.ox.ac.uk/isca/markus.bank.02.html

M. Banks, 2001. 'Visual Methods in Social Research'. London: Sage

Batty, P. 1993. 'Singing the electric: Aboriginal Television in Australia' in  Tony  Dowmunt  (ed)  Channels of Resistance: Global Television and Local Empowerment,  BFI Publishing in Association with Channel Four  Television, London.

J. Berger and J. Mohr, 1982. 'Another Way of Telling'. London: Writers and Readers Publishing Cooperative.

P. Biella, 1994. 'Codifications of ethnography: linear and non-linear'. In

Chalfen, R.1992. 'Picturing Culture through indigenous imagery: a telling story' in Film as Ethnography , in P.I. Crawford and D. Turton (ed) Manchester  University Press, Manchester.

Crawford, I. and Turton, D.1992.  Film as Ethnography.  Manchester: Manchester University Press.

Dickinson, M. (ed). 1999. Rogue Reels, Oppositional Film in Britian, 1945 - 1990, BFI Publishing, London.

Dowmunt, T. (ed). 1993. Channels of Resistance: Global Television and Local Empowerment. BFI Publishing in Association with Channel Four  Television, London.

M. Fisher and D. Zeitlin, 1997. 'Mambila Nggwun. The construction and deployment of multiple meanings in ritual'. http://lucy.ukc.ac.uk/dz/Nggwun/nggwun_1.html

------------------------------1999. 'Experience Rich Anthropology: Resource Guide and Sampler for Teachers and Students'. http://www.era.anthropology.ac.uk

Gross, L.; Katz, J. and Ruby J.1988. Image Ethics: the moral rights of subjects in photography, film and television. Oxford University Press.

P. Henley, 1998. 'Film- making and Ethnographic Research'. In J. Prosser (ed.) 'Image- based Research'.  

Hughes-Freeland, F. 1992. 'Representation by the Other: Indonesian cultural documentation' in Film as Ethnography, in P.I. Crawford and D. Turton (ed) Manchester University Press, Manchester.

Katwin , B. F.1978. Mindscreen Bergman, Godard and First-Person Film,  Princeton University Press, New Jersey 

Loizos, P. 1993. Innovation in ethnographic film. From innocence to self-consciousness 1955-1985, Manchester University Press, Manchester.

MacDougall, D 1995. 'Beyond observational cinema'. In P. Hockings (ed.), 'Principles of Visual Anthropology'. Berlin and New York: Mouton de Gruyter.

------------------  1998. Transcultural Cinema, Princeton University Press, Princeton.

Michaels, E. 1987. For a Cultural  Future. Francis Jupurrurla Makes TV at Yuendumu, Art and Criticism Monograph Series volume 3, Artspace, Sydney.

Morphy, H and Banks, M. 1997.  Rethinking  Visual Anthropology. Yale University Press.

S. Pink, 2001. ''Doing Visual Ethnography'. London: Sage.

Pinney. C. 1992. 'Montage, doubling and the mouth of God'. In P. Crawford and D.Turton (eds.) 'Film as Ethnography'. Manchester: Manchester University Press

-----------  1997.  Camera Indica: The Social Life of Indian Photographs. London: Reaktion, and   Chicago University Press,

Rose, M. 1994. 'Video Nation' in Vertigo Winter 1994/5 issue 4.

Taylor, L. and Barbach, I. 1997. Cross Cultural Filmmaking. Berkeley: University of California Press

Turner, T.1990. 'Visual Media, cultural politics, and anthropological practice. Some implications of recent uses of film and video among the Kayapo of Brazil' Commission on Visual Anthropology Review, Spring pp 8-13. Vajpayi, Y. 2001. 'In Chattisgarh, A Heavy Dose of Melodrama' in Flair 2001/Aut 19th

Vaughan, D. 1999. For Documentary. Berkeley: University of California Press.

Winston, B. 1995. Claiming the Real. The Documentary Film Revisited, BFI Publishing, London.

Worth, S. and Adair, J. 1972. Through Navajo Eyes, Indiana University Press, Bloomington.