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Collaborative Visual Ethnography: Practical Issues in Cross-Cultural Research

By: Vincent O'Brien, Manpreet Dhuffar & Mark D. Griffiths Published: 2014 | Product: SAGE Research Methods Cases
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This Methods in Action case draws on my field experiences working with groups and communities in Brazil, Canada, Central Asia, Europe and the United Kingdom. It outlines ethnographic fieldwork practices – such as conversational interviews, participant observation and other emergent field research methods that complement participatory video and photography workshops and facilitate a dynamic, ongoing dialogue between researchers, participants and the wider community through public exhibition and collaborative review. Collaborative visual ethnography refers to research practices that make use of co-production and public exhibition of visual narratives as a focus for ethnographic research. Focusing on examples from Visible Voice cross-cultural research, this Methods in Action case presents collaborative visual ethnography as a practical example of research and community engagement in action across different communities and ...

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