Using Photos in Pedagogical and Intercultural Research with Children. Images and Research: Between Sense and Reality

Cardellini, Margherita (2017) Using Photos in Pedagogical and Intercultural Research with Children. Images and Research: Between Sense and Reality. Proceedings, 1 (9). pp. 1-10. ISSN 2504-3900
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Abstract

The international scientific literature increasingly highlights the theoretical and applicative differences between research with/on adults and research with/on children and videos, photographs and drawings are highly recommended. When a researcher chooses to use images during his/her research process, there are several ontological and epistemological problems. This paper presents some critical reflections about the use of photographs in a pedagogical and intercultural research with children, trying to focus on the potentials and limitations of this technique. A methodological instrument could also become a facilitator of intercultural education when, observing the same images, children could express different and similar perspectives.

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Cardellini, MargheritaUniversità di Bologna0000-0002-8449-1980
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Intercultural education; photographs; focus group; using images; children centered methods
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2504-3900
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