This is a session that presents, through different but related research projects, the use of photo-voice, photo-story maps, photographs and interviews to describe people-place relationships. These methods are part of a broader emphasis on visual narratives to capture the contexts, mechanisms and meanings of human experience, particularly for diverse communities in urban environments. When applied in a participatory research setting, this approach can illuminate real-world concerns ranging from neighborhood safety to development and gentrification that, while embodied in personal experience, might be excluded from dominant narratives. The goal of this session is to draw attention to these gaps, to communicate and clarify the role of visual narratives in community-based participatory research.
|Presenter||Bryan Wee*, University of Colorado Denver, Elly Evans, University of Colorado Denver, Visual representations of children and childhood: Implications for equity in research||15||1:45 PM|
|Presenter||Cara DiEnno*, University of Denver, Lauren Collins, University of Montana, Corey Martz, University of Denver, Understanding Decision-Maker Responses to a Collaborative, Transportation-Focused Photovoice Project||15||2:00 PM|
|Presenter||Corey Martz*, University of Denver, Rebecca Powell, University of Denver, Bryan Wee, University of Colorado Denver, Photo-story maps for location-based story making with children: opportunities and challenges||15||2:15 PM|
|Presenter||Andrew Steger*, University of Colorado - Denver, Using Story Mapping in Community-Based Participatory Research||15||2:30 PM|
|Discussant||Molly Shea UC Denver||15||2:45 PM|
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