Visual Communication

Visual Communication provides an international forum for the growing body of work in numerous interrelated disciplines. Its broad coverage includes: still and moving images; graphic design and typography; visual phenomena such as fashion, professional vision, posture and interaction; the built and landscaped environment; the role of the visual in relation to language, music, sound and action.The aims of the journal are to:

critically investigates how the social world is constructed, represented and contested in visual discourse

examines the use of the visual in a range of sociological, anthropological, historical and scientific research areas

explores the structures and histories of the languages and technologies of visual communication, and their relation to those of other modes of communication

describes and contextualizes (socially, culturally and historically) the use of these visual languages and technologies in visual and multimodal genres, texts and communicative events

searches for ways of expanding the resources of visual communication and their uses

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