Draw-and-tell conversations with children about fearQualitative health research
NLM Title AbbreviationQual Health Res
AbstractAs the demand to include children in research increases, researchers are discovering that few methods exist that are specifically designed with children in mind. In this article, the author introduces the draw-and-tell conversation as a child-centered and child-directed approach to data collection and illustrates its use in a qualitative study of children's fear experiences. Twenty-two children, ages 7 and 8 years, participated. Sequential mixed qualitative analyses suggest that children's draw-and-tell conversations provide new insight into how children describe and experience fear and highlight the unique nature of information accessed when using this approach.
- Verbal Behavior,
- Exploratory Research,
- Funding Source,
- Midwestern United States,
- Qualitative Studies,
- Thematic Analysis,
Published Article/Book CitationQualitative health research, 16:10 (2006) pp.1414-1435.
Citation InformationMartha Driessnack. "Draw-and-tell conversations with children about fear" Qualitative health research Vol. 16 Iss. 10 (2006) p. 1414 - 1435 ISSN: 0887-9311
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/martha_driessnack/3/