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Capturing Nordic identifications through participatory photography

Conference paper
Authors Solveig Corner
Maria Forsius
Gunilla Holm
Elisabet Öhrn
Published in Computer Supported Qualitative Research New Trends on Qualitative Research / Editors: Costa, António Pedro, Reis, Luís Paulo, Moreira, António
ISBN 978-3-030-01406-3
ISSN 2194-5357
Publisher Springer
Publication year 2019
Published at Department of Education and Special Education
Language en
Links https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-0...
Subject categories Educational Sciences, Pedagogy

Abstract

This study explores how participatory photography can be used in researching upper secondary students’ identifications with what it means to live in one of four Nordic countries. The study draws on students’ constructions and interpretations of photographs. For this article the data analyzed consisted of 571 photographs taken during spring 2018 by a total of 104 students in the metropolitan areas in Helsinki, Stockholm, Oslo and Copenhagen. The analysis of the photographs and their captions show that students associated themselves mostly in a positive way with the Nordic region, though also some critical attitudes were identified. Visual ethnography in education as a method enhanced the upper secondary students’ way of giving meaning to what living in the Nordic countries means to them. Moreover, the method enables the students to become co-researchers together with the research team in both an aesthetic and narrative way. The study offers insights into how participatory photography can be as a useful and activating method in both local and cross-national research.

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