'doing photography', amateur photography, blackfriars settlement, blackfriars young photography group, colleges...
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'quadrants', advertising, alternative technology, amateur, bertolt brecht, developing, documentary, exhibitions, lambeth, leo castelli, manuel alvarez bravo, marxism, mexico, photography as art, photography dealers, pinhole, processing, ralph gibson, robert golden, roland barthes, sarah cox, semiotics, socialism, south island workshop, strikes, sue west, surrealism, trade unions, visual language, walter benjamin, workers, working class
'children photographed', a.i.r., alternative representation, apartheid, architecture photography, bantu film experiment, black nationalism, black stereotypes, box room gallery, capitalism, children's rights workshop, colonial film unit, colonialism, creative camera, drum magazine, exhibitions, gender roles, ifriqiyah film collective, ikon, imperialism, jean mohr, light gallery, male gaze, male nudes, mass entertainment, photojournalism, picture post magazine, pin-up, playgirl magazine, pornography, quality of life', social realism, space, spare rib magazine, stereotyping of children, students, usa, viva magazine, voyeurism, women's magazines
'quality of life', alternative technology, amber associates, arts council, arts council photography committee...
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'working lives', alternative technology, amateur, art photography, capitalism, centreprise publishing project, children's photography, class, commercial photography, curriculum, depth of focus, documentary, ethnography, factories, half moon photography workshop educational collective, industrial, marxism, mass reproduction, neo-realism, nude, objectification, paul strand, photography as evidence, picture post magazine, pinhole, portrait photography, printing, robert golden, roger mayne, routine, social realism, viewpoint, work, workers' educational association
'a seventh man', 'on photography', 'the family of man', 1973 coup, allende, alternative technology, attica rebellion, bikers, bill jay, black british, capitalism, captions, civil rights movement, class stereotypes, colonialism, copper industry, decline of photography, developing world, development of photography, documentary, economics of photography vs. film, editing, english psyche, exhibition captions, from photography to film, international labour office, lung disease, magnum, maternity, migrant workers, mining communities, oral history, photo-book, photography and memory, photography criticism, photomontage, pin-ups, play environments, political prisoners, pornography, post-colonialism, private vs. public photography, propaganda, publishing, racial discrimination, steel works, third world, touring exhibitions, trade unions, un, universality, us prisons, women workers, working children, workplace deaths, world health organisation
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