Photovoice as Community-Based Participatory Research: A Qualitative Review

Photovoice as Community-Based Participatory Research: A Qualitative Review Journal Article

American Journal of Health Behavior

  • Author(s): Hergenrather, Kenneth C, Rhodes, Scott D, Cowan, Chris A, Bardhoshi, Gerta, Pula, Sara
  • Published: 2009
  • Volume: 33

Abstract: Objective: To explore the use of photovoice as a research methodology to identify and explore community health and disability priorities. Methods: Published studies (n 31) that applied photovoice as a research methodology to promote and enhance individual and community change were identified and reviewed. Results: Findings are explored and organized by community concerns and priorities; participant recruitment, training, and camera instruction; identification of photo assignment; photo assignment discussion; data analysis; outcomes; and evaluation of program and policy changes. Conclusions: Despite the limitations of the studies and/or how they are reported, findings from this review support further application of photovoice to facilitate community change.

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Hergenrather, Kenneth C, Rhodes, Scott D, Cowan, Chris A, Bardhoshi, Gerta, Pula, Sara, 2009, Photovoice as Community-Based Participatory Research: A Qualitative Review, Volume:33, Journal Article, viewed 19 August 2022, https://www.nintione.com.au/?p=4495.

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