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An Introduction to Photovoice With Communities That Experience Stigma

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Dr. Suzanne Carlberg-Racich, PhD, associate professor, DePaul University Chicago, discusses photovoice research with communities that experience stigmas, including anonymous photography, protocol development, and dissemination of research.

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(2017).Statement of Ethical Practice. PhotoVoice, https://photovoice.org/about-us/photovoice-statement-of-ethical-practice/

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Carlberg-Racich, S(2021).“Normally I Try and Capture a Moment, and With This I Had to Create a Moment”: Implications of Anonymous Photography Protocols in Photovoice Research with People Who Inject Drugs. J of Empirical Research on Human Research Ethics, 16(1-2),15-23. http://dx.doi.org/10.1177/1556264620983139

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