Welcome with your registration in the form below until 22 November. The zoom link will be sent by e-mail on 23 November.
During the webinar, Christopher High. Peace and Development Studies will discuss some of the different ways that participatory visual methods can be used to support research and action. Participatory visual methods, such as participatory video, digital storytelling and photovoice share in common that visual media are produced with individuals and groups instead of about them. This provides participants an opportunity to surface and share what they find important about their lives, experiences and viewpoints. As researchers, it provides a rich stream of data of different kinds: eg. participant observation, and textual and visual discourse and representations, as well as an opportunity to triangulate against other research strands such as qualitative interviewing and workshops. There will be a consideration some of the particular issues that arise, such as the intersection between media rights and research ethics, as well as a presentation of a view of research as relationally productive.
If you want to participate in the seminar via zoom, please contact Åsa Trulsson