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The use of visual methods to explore how children construct and assign meaning to the ''self'' within two urban communities in the Western Cape, South Africa
(Co-Action Publishing, 2016)
This study aimed to explore how children construct and assign meaning to the ''self'' within two urban communities of Cape Town in South Africa. Using a child participation methodological framework data were collected using ...
Visually negotiating hegemonic discourse through Photovoice: Understanding youth representations of safety
(SAGE Publications, 2018)
Despite the immense communicative potential of visual methodologies, surprisingly few community-based research studies have meaningfully considered participants’ visual meaning-making processes. When working with youth ...
Children’s representations of nature using photovoice and community mapping: perspectives from South Africa
(Co-Action Publishing:, 2017)
The aim of the study was to explore children’s representations and perceptions of natural spaces using photovoice and community mapping. The sample consisted of 28 children aged 12–14 years residing in urban and rural ...