Visual sociology is an exciting and growing field that has been developed by an international network of scholars over the last 30 years. Recently, visual research methods have been used within the study of religion, and this uncharted field has meant that researchers and research students have been left to their own devices to navigate the complexities of studying religion using visual material. This edited book aims to contribute to the development of the visual sociology of religion through exploring examples of the practice of using visual methods for the study of religion.

In his introduction, the editor, Williams, argues that visual sociology is neither a subfield nor a subdiscipline of sociology, but is rather a whole new perspective on what comprises data...

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