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Video is increasingly used in qualitative research. This paper addresses some of the pedagogical, aesthetic, social, and ethical implications of using digital video in research of high school drama classrooms. How does the video medium produce particular spaces of representation and representations of space, and what are the implications when this medium is used in 'live' drama contexts? Video is a complex medium; it has come to represent both a vehicle and product of popular culture. Thisdoi:10.1080/00086495.2007.11672311 fatcat:v2mv4wqqfna75i7enrbxy6gexi