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recording

In ethics, both 'recordings' and 'audio visual materials' include any method or system that records the appearance, movement, voices or other sounds made by participants. Common audio visual materials include photographs, interviews, filmed interactions (with or without sound) and filmed dramatic or instrumental performances.

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20th July 2011