The use of photo-elicitation in field research.
Photo elicitation was first named in a paper published by the photographer and researcher John Collier (1957), who was, in the mid-1950s, a member of Cornell University’ s multi-disciplinary research team examining mental health in changing communities in the Maritime Provinces in Canada. Collier proposed photo interviewing as the solution to a practical problem: research teams were having.
Using photographs in this way is a type of photo elicitation where photos are used to facilitate discussion. The photos allowed me to visit the places mentioned in the diaries virtually, thus avoiding asking participants to accompany me on a visit, which would have taken up more of their time. The diaries were combined with narrative style biographical interviews that focused on key decision.
Photo-elicitation also proved useful in challenging certain mind-sets that lead researchers (often unconsciously) to seek specific pre-conceived replies from informants; instead, photo-elicitation allowed the construction of new frameworks of understanding with the informant, creating a bridge between the different “experiences of reality” both parties bring to the research (Pink 2007).
Photo elicitation interviews (PEIs) complement verbal-only methods in research, particularly when study participants have had painful or sensitive life experiences that are difficult to verbalize, and when they are able to exert control over the images they choose to share. By moving away from predetermined content and meaning, respondent- controlled PEIs enhance empowerment and enable.
LEADERSHIP USING PHOTO-ELICITATION A Dissertation Presented to the Graduate School of Clemson University In Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the Degree Doctor of Philosophy by Kenyae L. Reese May 2013 Accepted by: Dr. Jane Clark Lindle, Committee Chair Dr. Tony W. Cawthon Dr. Hans W. Klar Dr. Robert C. Knoeppel. ii ABSTRACT Recent literature cites a growing population of students.
Photo elicitation can add additional validity and depth, new opportunities, and new viewpoints (Bigante, 2010). Harper (2002, p. 23) points out that photo elicitation interviews can create “deep and interesting talk.” Much of the work and outcome of photo elicitation interviewing is a collaborative effort rather than an individual effort by the researcher and therefore involves joint.
Students as Experts: Using Photo-Elicitation Facilitation Groups to Understand the Resiliency of Latina Low-Income First-Generation College Students by Lindsay Rae Romasanta A Dissertation Presented in Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the Degree Doctor of Education Approved March 2016 by the Graduate Supervisory Committee: Daniel Dinn-You Liou, Chair Eric Margolis Amy Golden ARIZONA.
Focus group, photo-elicitation and mobile photo-interview data were coded thematically alongside the visual data and interpreted in terms of the discourses they constructed or reflected. Findings centred upon what these visual methods and forms of visual data contribute to qualitative research in the context of mental health hospital environments. It was found that whilst it is possible to.
The term photo elicitation inter-views has been used mainly in ethnographic and social studies research (Banks, 2001; Collier 187; Harper, 1997). This study, the focus will be on photos taken by the researcher, and the term PEI will be used. The research project We set out to explore children with cancer’s perspec- tives on and responses to a specialized summer camp. The concept of.
The purpose of this research study was to understand the emotional impact of teaching in a high poverty school on first-year, early childhood teachers in rural South Carolina. The research also explored the extent to which these emotions either empowered or constrained the teachers in their work. The study used photo-elicitation with interviews to generate data.
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College freshman women’s perspective of campus sexual culture: A photo-elicitation study. (Doctoral dissertation). University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida. Polanco Lopez, J. The impact of conformity to masculine norms on Dominican men’s perpetration of intimate violence: An exploratory study. (Doctoral dissertation). University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida. Richardson, E. (2019.
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Data was collated via semi-structured qualitative interviews enhanced by photo-elicitation techniques. The findings indicate that the Head-teachers embrace risky play as a means of enriching learning as well as establishing positive learning dispositions and risk negotiating skills. In addition to scholastic benefits, the head-teachers regard risky play as a means of ensuring children’s.
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Both photo elicitation and graphic elicitation involve the use or creation of an image as stimuli to gather data. These methods have particular advantages related to the use of the visual medium. For instance, the photograph is perceived as a powerful aid in discussions (Mizen, 2005) with the potential to elicit many-layered responses, unexpected revelations, or show aspects of identity that.