What the camera sees and from whose perspective?

Tina Cook, Elsa Hess

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Abstract

This article draws on the experience of three research projects where photography was used with children as a data collection method and presentation tool. It was used as a way of trying to enhance opportunities for adults to hear about topics from the perspective of children. The projects were not designed to investigate the use of cameras as a research methodology; the article is a synthesis of incidentally observed outcomes and issues raised by the use of cameras within these projects. Watching young children has told us a lot about how they engage with their environment and how to help them fit into the adult agendas we call ‘education’, ‘growing up’ and ‘life’, but how much does it tell us about how children really experience their worlds?
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)29-46
JournalChildhood
Volume14
Issue number1
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2007

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