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posted on 27.05.2020 by MICHAEL TIEN-LAI CHEW
This practice-based inquiry explores how photovoice methods can be used to engage with environmental behaviour in a multi-sited context. Photovoice methods are adapted through a design-based participatory action research approach to explore visualising and influencing environmental behaviour among urban youth in Australia, Bangladesh and China. A mixed-methods analysis of these participatory practices and their visual products affirm the importance of materiality, relationality and empathy to engagement. The research established an original ‘open photovoice’ method that contributes to the design and use of participatory visual practices in behaviour change programs and multi-sited research.

History

Campus location

Caulfield

Principal supervisor

Cameron Rose

Additional supervisor 1

Mark Richardson

Additional supervisor 2

Kate Rigby

Additional supervisor 3

David Holmes

Year of Award

2020

Department, School or Centre

Design

Additional Institution or Organisation

International Centre for Climate Change and Development

Course

Doctor of Philosophy

Degree Type

DOCTORATE

Faculty

Faculty of Art, Design and Architecture

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