Respond to each question in two clear and concise paragraphs. Organization counts, so have an outline for each answer in mind before you begin writing. I am looking for demonstration of your ability to make sociological arguments with the material we read and discussed. You should refer to specific sources, though you do not need to provide citations to page numbers. You should not include quotations from the sources. Rather, you should identify the relevant material and express it in your own words. Our textbooks will include: A) Visual Sociology, by Douglas Harper. Routledge, 2012. [ISBN 978-0-415-77896-1]. B) Picturing the Social Landscape, edited by Caroline Knowles & Paul Sweetman. Routledge, 2004. [ISBN 0-415-30640-X]. C) Seeing Religion, edited by Roman R. Williams. Routledge, 2015. [ISBN 978-1138897809]. 1. What does Les Back mean by “listening with our eyes”? Compare two studies that engage with this idea. What does it tell us about the sociological content of images? 2. The essentialist view of photography holds that photographs have the property of verisimilitude. Compare two studies that challenge this notion of documentary images. 3. Identify one advantage of video (with respect to photography) in ethnography and compare two studies that demonstrate this advantage. 4. What is distinctive of a semiotic approach to visual sociology? Compare two studies that use semiotics to analyze visual data. 5. How can images be used to study social change? Compare two studies that use different methods to study social change. 6. How can images be used to study micro-sociological (social psychological) processes? Compare two studies that use different methods to study micro-sociological processes. 7. How can visual sociology be used to study religion in public? Compare two studies that use different methods to study religion in public. 8. How can visual sociology be used to study religious ritual? Compare two studies that use different methods to study religious ritual.