Negotiating the ethical terrain of photovoice in adult education research: case study perspectives from Uganda. By Twine Bananuka. Introduction. Although it is commonly held that ‘a picture speaks more than a thousand words’,
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2. The use of money to facilitate photovoice research
3. The use and handling of the camera
4. The control over ethical procedure by the Principal Researcher
I first took this photo of a mother who had just delivered … however when her husband later arrived, she told him about the photograph. He also said ‘please take mine too with my baby’. I then took his photograph carrying the baby.
A TBA examining an expectant mother; Although the TBA was my research participant/co-researcher, she passed over her camera to her son to take her photograph in action
Does permission/consent from parents morally bind the children?
A community meeting chaired by a local leader on community service
A TBA standing in the background giving postnatal lessons to mother before immunizing the children
A young couple with a newly born baby with the assistance of A TBA/research participant
Unemployed young men gambling on the roadside in the morning, instead of engaging in productive work