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  • #6293
    Caroline Moore
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    I am hoping to use photographs as a means of data collection and am wondering whether anyone could recommend any books or articles about this method please.

    #6304
    Mridula
    Member

    One article in the context of tourism marketing that I am aware of is THE CONTEXT OF THIRD
    WORLD TOURISM MARKETING
    by Echtner and Prasad. They have used photographs from tourism brochures as data. But not sure how big a help it is from the point of methodology as such but some of the references could be of further interest.

    #6303
    Caroline Moore
    Participant

    Thank you. I will look into this

    #6302
    Mridula
    Member

    Caroline and if you find something please share it here because I too posted a similar query. I am also interested in using photographs as data.

    #6301
    Hazel Burke
    Member

    Hi Caroline
    You might like to have a look at one of our toolkits “Informed Consent in Visual Research” by Katherine Davies. It focuses on the ethical implications and issues around getting consent from research participants to re-use photos. See http://www.manchester.ac.uk/realities/resources/toolkits/.

    We also have a very short working paper by Jon Prosser: “Researching with Visual Images” which is an introduction to some of the key ideas for beginners. There is a short list of suggested readings at the end, too. See http://www.manchester.ac.uk/realities/publications/workingpapers/
    Hazel

    #6300
    Caroline Moore
    Participant

    Wow- this is fantastic . Thanks very much

    #6299
    Sam Stott
    Member

    pink, s (2007) doing visual ethnography: images, media and representation in research, 2nd ed., sage: london

    #6298

    Gillian Rose also has a great book on visual methodologies!

    #6297
    David Brown
    Participant

    We have done some work that integrates photography, mapping and narrative interviewing in the context of participatory community-based research (“participatory photo mapping” or PPM).
    See: http://www.la.wisc.edu/ppm/

    Our recent article published in Health and Place may have some helpful discussion as well as useful references to the literature:
    Dennis SF, Gaulocher S, Carpiano R, Brown D. (2009). Using Participatory Photo-Mapping (PPM) with Young People in Health and Place Research. Health and Place; 15 (2): 466-473.
    See: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/18930431

    You might also be interested in the summary of a workshop we conducted earlier this year.
    See: http://www.cyhrnet.ca/events/ppmworkshop.php

    #6296
    Paul Longo
    Member

    Hi Caroline – This may be of interest. I have access to it via Anthrosource.
    George Spindler, “Using Visual Stimuli in Ethnography.” Anthropology & Education Quarterly. Volume 39. Issue 2. June 2008 (Pages 127 – 140)
    In this article, the work of George and Louise Spindler is reviewed with visual stimuli ranging from the Rorschach technique and Thematic Apperception Technique to inventions of their own, the Cross-Cultural Sensitization Technique, the Instrumental Activities Inventory, and the Cross-Cultural, Comparative, Reflective Interview Technique. The sites of the various researches, the methods of application, and a brief analysis of the results are included. [interview techniques, culture and personality, ethnography and education]
    Let me know if you can’t get your hands on a copy of this. Paul

    #6295
    Caroline Moore
    Participant

    Hi Paul,

    Thanks very much for this.

    #6294

    This is the reading that first captured my imagination and got me excited and interested in photo eliciation-

    Cindy Dell Clark, In Sickness and in Play (2003) Rutgers University Press- expressive methods developed by the child particpants themselves in research examing the impact of chronic illness.

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