MIT DV Lab: Documenting Science Through Video and New Media, Spring 2011
View the complete course: http://ocw.mit.edu/21A.550JS11
Instructor: Chris Boebel, Christine Walley
This lecture explores the interaction between doing science and making documentaries. Science is a human activity, not purely objective but also framed in social interpretations; and its depiction in film affects the public's grasp of scientific debate.
License: Creative Commons BY-NC-SA
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Tagged under: Social study science,science technology society,Doc Edgerton,Richard Leacock,narrative,documentary process
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