Lessons from the Field: Using Photovoice with an Ethnically Diverse Population in a HOPE VI EvaluationFamily and Community Health
AbstractAn interdisciplinary research team evaluated a public housing revitalization project in northwest Washington State to assess the effects of relocation on residents and provide recommendations on assets in the new community. Researchers used photovoice as one method to gather data, asking participants to take photographs of their neighborhood and discuss the images with interviewers. This article addresses the challenges of using photovoice in a community that included immigrants from Cambodia, Vietnam, and Russia. The practical, ethical, and social challenges of using photovoice in ethnically diverse populations and implications for practice are discussed.
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Citation InformationChristine A Stevens. "Lessons from the Field: Using Photovoice with an Ethnically Diverse Population in a HOPE VI Evaluation" Family and Community Health Vol. 33 Iss. 4 (2010) p. 275 - 284
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