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Visual Communication

Volume 01 Issue 02 - Publication Date: 1 June 2002


The map as a kind of talk: Brian Harley and the confabulation of the inner
and outer voice
Denis Wood Raleigh, North Carolina

Reflections on Practice

Pockets Full of Memories: an interactive museum installation
George Legrady and Timo Honkela University of California


The move from page to screen: the multimodal reshaping of school English
Carey Jewitt Institute of Education, University of London


Museal tropes in popular film
Jennifer Fisher Canada


Goffman's Gender Advertisements revisited: combining content analysis
Philip Bell University of New South Wales and Marko Milic University of
Western Sydney


Gee Vaucher at the Horse Hospital Gallery, London, July 2001
Roger Sabin Central St Martin's College of Art and Design, London, UK


Who initiates a global flow? Japanese popular culture in Asia
Yoshiko Nakano University of Hong Kong

Book Reviews

Baldry, A. P. (ed.), Multimodality and Multimediality in the Distance
Learning Age, reviewed by Kay O'Halloran

Emmison, Michael and Philip Smith, Researching the Visual: Images,
Objects, Contexts and Interactions in Social and Cultural Inquiry, reviewed
Pedro M. Garcez


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