Photography, perception and language: towards a theoretical \ud groundwork for image education

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McTaggart, Andrew Brown;

The aim of this thesis is to examine the status and nature of photography in relation to two basic approaches: one derived from theories of perception and the other from analogies with verbal language. The implications and conclusions drawn from this critical survey are... View more
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