Cinematography and case videos: Some observations on selection and teaching
Journal of Management Education
An understanding of how cinematography can enhance the pedagogical impact of video cases is presented. We contend that the video medium has unique advantages for the case method that have only been partially developed. This article examines three means of judging effective case videos: "percepts and concepts," "erotetic narration," and "variable framing." We also discuss cinematic techniques that are related to the implementation of these ideas. Guidelines to assist in case selection are presented. © 1998 Sage Publication, Inc.
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Rappaport, Allen and Cawelti, G. Scott, "Cinematography and case videos: Some observations on selection and teaching" (1998). Faculty Publications. 3844.