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Transcript of Photovoice
How to use Photovoice
Steps to Conducting PV Project
Hold a training session
Discuss goals of project
Give basic photography training
Participants take photos
Discuss in groups
Plan to use photos
Exhibit photos & findings
"The impact of community environment (both built and social) on mental well-being"
In your opinion,
what aspects of your community (think activities, things, social relations etc.) can have a negative impact on mental well-being?
what aspects of your community can have a positive impact on mental well-being?
What would you change in your community to promote and enhance mental well-being?
Share photos & reflect on them without looking at the captions
S - What do you SEE happening?
H - What is really HAPPENING?
O - How does this relate to OUR lives?
W - WHY does this problem/condition/asset exist?
E - How could this image EDUCATE the community, policy makers, etc.?
D - What can we DO about it?
Reveal caption and discuss how your views differ from the caption
March 28, 2013
Aislin & Dhaarna
“process by which people can identify, represent, and enhance their community through a specific photographic technique” (cited in Wang, 2003)
Caroline Wang & Mary Ann Burris
What is Photovoice (PV)?
1. What is Photovoice
2. Steps to conducting a Photovoice
3. Class workshop
4. Q & A
5. Guest Speaker
1) To enable participants to reflect on their community's strengths & concerns
2) To provide a visually compelling venue for promoting awareness & critical dialogue about important community issues
3) To reach policy makers through the often visceral images of photography by way of exhibit and publication.
After sharing, sort photos into thematic categories
Choose the photos that best respond to the framing questions
Arrange photos on photo board
Q & A
What was the experience like?
Were there similarities & differences in how each group defined & chose to present on the topic?
How can PV be used to create change?
Kaiser Permanente's Community Benefits & The Centre for Community Health and Evaluation at Kaiser Permanente. (n.d.). HEAL-CHI Photovoice Project: Train the trainer. Retrieved from norcalheal.cnr.berkeley.edu/docs/Photovoice_Training.pdf
Photovoice (2012). Retrieved from http://www.Photovoice.org/
Shimshock, K. (2008) Good Neighborhoods Technical Assistance Center (TAC) Photovoice Project Organizer & Facilitator Manual Created. University of Michigan, School of Social Work. Retrieved from http://ssw.umich.edu/public/currentprojects/goodneighborhoods/PhotovoiceManualRE VISED.pdf
The Community Toolbox (2012). Implementing Photovoice in your community. University of Kansas. Retrieved from http://ctb.ku.edu/en/tablecontents/chapter3-section20- examples.aspx#example1
Wang, C.C, Yi, W.K., Tao, Z.W., & Carovano, K. (1998). Photovoice as a participatory health promotion strategy. Health Promotion International. 13. Retrieved from http://heapro.oxfordjournals.org/content/13/1/75.full.pdf
Wang, C.C. (2003). Using Photovoice as a participatory assessment and issue selection tool: A case study with the homeless in Ann Arbor. In M. Minkler & N. Wallestein (Eds.), Community based participatory research for health (pp179-195). San Francisco: Jossey Bass
Wang, C.C., & Burris, M.A. (1997). Photovoice: concept, methodology, and use for participatory needs assessment. Health Education and Behavior, 24, 369-387
1) Become familiarized with the main concepts of Photovoice
2) Participate in a Photovoice workshop
Dr. Ignacio Llovet