Episode: Understanding poverty using visual participatory methods: can it work? - Daniel McCulloch

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Understanding poverty using visual participatory methods: can it work? - Daniel McCulloch
Actively engaging study participants in research to give them a voice is a method that has grown in popularity in recent years. But does this approach really give people a voice and if so how? In his research project "Do Participatory Visual Methods Give 'Voice'?" Dr Daniel McCulloch from the Open University investigates participatory visual methods to see if they can shine a light on how best to help people in poverty.

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